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TURKEY. A NEW TREATY WITH RUSSIA.

TURKEY. A NEW TREATY WITH RUSSIA.

CONEITANTINOPLE, Saturday, 8.35 p.m. The Turkish anthorities are re-established at Sis. The troops are advancing against Cozan, and have surrounded Ahmed Pasha the leader of the insurrectiou in the Adana district. _ _ _ . The Treaty of San Stefano having been only preliminary, a
September 28, 1878 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
THE IRON AND COAL TRADES. _ NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON AND COAL -fiteLEi7

THE IRON AND COAL TRADES. _ NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON AND COAL -fiteLEi7

THE IRON AND COAL TRADES. _ NORTH OF ENGLAND IRON AND COAL MIDDLESBROUGH, TUESDAY. The iron market was well attended this morning both by ironmasters and merchants, though some of the former have not yet returned from the Paris meeting of the Iron and Steel' Institute. The busine
September 28, 1878 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
TRURO ELECHON.

TRURO ELECHON.

The polling took place yesterday. Throughout the morning everything was quiet. At one o'clock a third of the electors had polled. After that hour the excitement increased, and the voting became more brisk. The streets were crowded, and cabs were freely used, particalaxly by the
September 28, 1878 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
GUM FOR TIO-DOLOREITX, OB

GUM FOR TIO-DOLOREITX, OB

pAIN IN THE TEETH
September 28, 1878 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
13irtIts, 3Uartiriet,3, and can.

13irtIts, 3Uartiriet,3, and can.

BIRTHS. BLINIMIDGE.—September 92, at Middlettn-in-7 eradale, the wife of Mr C. E. Bainbridge, oft Nine, son and danghter. HaltitifioN.—Septeinbor 20. at 2. Pierremont-crescent, Darlington, the wife of John Harrison, of a son. JOHNSON.—September 24, at I. Howdensetreet, Stockton-
September 28, 1878 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
TIE: WARDS.

TIE: WARDS.

The judges were :—For horses, ponies ' cattle, sheep, and pigs —Messrs John Wably, Burdon. ,TT 1 Darlingklil4.4TralJ,L,ol,ll,Cattgrisji.; Atorge R. Hedley,. Elwjck„Grange, Newcastle ; and Chris. Wilsolf; Gainfard: ' Fr dogs— Messrs James liedle . y, 13e1linghana, Northumberland;
August 7, 1880 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
LOST LETTERS.

LOST LETTERS.

Mr FAWCETT, in reply to Mr said that the number of letters lost in the course of post annually, was,'in 1876, 6,09 d ; 1111877, 6,300; in 1878, 6,100; in 1879' the number increased to 7,200; and the first half of the present year there was an increase, the number being 4,100. Wh
August 7, 1880 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM.

A severe thunderstorm, accompanied by a deluge of rain, broke upon the north-east coast yesterday afternoon. Heavy thundershowers fell at frequent intervals at Darlington yesterday. The weather, which was so pleasant on Wednesday, broke again yesterday, when about noon the Bisho
August 7, 1880 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
ELECTION PETITIONS. BOSTON.

ELECTION PETITIONS. BOSTON.

Justices Lush and Manisty gave judgment in the counter petition against Mr Ingrain, Liberal, for Boston, on Saturday. They declared Mr Ingram not duly elected, and condemned him in costs. Their lordships would have to report bribery and corrupt practices extensively prevailed.
August 7, 1880 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England
 
U N.

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• TOuND MAKE A NOTE OF. The "European Concert" doe not, seem • The came of greatly to prorhote ; For we can't a very glowing triumph deem The utteranc • of one "Collective rioter, "NASTY LITTLE THING.".--Elder Sister (tired) : "Do let's turn, back, we are so far from home; thund
August 7, 1880 - Darlington & Richmond Herald - Darlington, Durham, England