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LONDON, W DAESDAY, AV 171 1882. EPITOME OF NEW&

LONDON, W DAESDAY, AV 171 1882. EPITOME OF NEW&

LONDON, W DAESDAY, AV 17 1 1882. EPITOME OF NEW& I These agreements, together with the Memorandum and Articles of Association of this Company and of the Vendor Company, and the printed forms of the licences 1 from the Brush Company, can be inspected at the Offices 1 of the Solici
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO THE TRADE.

NOTICE TO THE TRADE.

The demand for TEE EVENING NEWS has become so great that it has been found absolutely necessary to take larger premises, and to erect yet more powerful awl mac] bi Masora. Joseph Poster and Sons, of Preston. Accordingly, in the course of a few week., TEE =ENING MEWS will be prod
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
The following circular has been lamed by the An‘,- American Tele.-rapb Congrtny (Lbuited) : 2h Old Breal-street, Leiden, F.C.,

The following circular has been lamed by the An‘,- American Tele.-rapb Congrtny (Lbuited) : 2h Old Breal-street, Leiden, F.C.,

17th 3fay,'lBln. Sir,--1 am directed to inform you that an extraordinary general meeting uf the nu alien of We company will be held at the Cannon-street Hotel, Cannon-street. Lond.m, on Thursday, the 25th May, 183?, at noon pre.doely, to con.vider, and if so determined, to confi
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTEWCENCE. you SPRING MEETING.

SPORTING INTEWCENCE. you SPRING MEETING.

IT TZLNOILLPW.,I 1,1011 OCR OWN COMASPONDENT.I Yoke, Wednesday. So m to get away front York for Duacaster in go(cl time, the rum wore set half an hour earlier than on Tuesday. The weather was again bright and fine, and although the attmdanoo wao not equal to the TlMday, it was l
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
VIE PROVINCIAL PRESS. iss Gutman-rim:qv:Lt. COMPACT.

VIE PROVINCIAL PRESS. iss Gutman-rim:qv:Lt. COMPACT.

VIE PROVINCIAL PRESS. iss COMPACT. The now letter, the Mew*Peer rouri.r do- W 33 writtun to be seen by the Prime Miniidcr, and danyona can see in it anything save tampering with the forces of sedition and rebellion be must be Igweetted ni ercuptional per ipicacity. What followed
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
PARIS GOSSIP. [FROM OUR OWN IPONDLYL I Paws, Tuesday.

PARIS GOSSIP. [FROM OUR OWN IPONDLYL I Paws, Tuesday.

The Constitodionitel of this morning contains an interesting article on Egyptian affairs, the substance of which I send you. The policy of the Monarchy was to lhe upon friendly terms with the Sultan, who never hampered us on the banks of ' the Nile. This state of affairs continu
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUMMER G 3 TO 26, HOLBORN VIA I)UCI7. WHERE YOU CAN "OUR BOYS" CLOTHING COMPANY EVERYTIIING

FOR BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUMMER G 3 TO 26, HOLBORN VIA I)UCI7. WHERE YOU CAN "OUR BOYS" CLOTHING COMPANY EVERYTIIING

SEND ONE OF THEIR CONIPLETS THAT BOYS AND YOUTIIS "JACK TAR" REQUIRE KNICKERBOCKER SUITS ON IzEcLIPT CF P. 0.0. I' AT Gd. MANUFACTURERS' PRICES Or CHILD al 1.
May 17, 1882 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
ANCIENT LIGHTS.

ANCIENT LIGHTS.

To-4y. before Mr. Justice Lopes, sitting without • jury, an action brought by the of Salisbury against the proprietor% of the Tivoli Rsetaurent for obstructing ancient light, was heard. Mr. Tetheram, Q.C., and Mr. Farwell were for the plaintiff; Mr. Reid, Q. C., and Mr. Grosveno
February 1, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
OARING POST OFFICE ROIMERY.

OARING POST OFFICE ROIMERY.

BIRXINOIIBI.. Orriday. _ At the Police Court this clowning, s "swell seated William Harrison, and Arthur Arnold, • horse coper, were charged with stealing £4B from the Peet (Mice at Solihull, an Tuesday. The prisoners, it stated, drove up to the pest office in neg. and while one
February 1, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL SPEECIILS. Lr 1111) P.INDOLPH CHURCHILL ON RADICAL POLICY.

POLITICAL SPEECIILS. Lr 1111) P.INDOLPH CHURCHILL ON RADICAL POLICY.

POLITICAL SPEECIILS. P.INDOLPH CHURCHILL ON RADICAL POLICY. Lord Randolph Churchill, speaking night at idlington, in reply to the toast of 'Borough 'Heather," said that while they were spending a very quiet and thoughtful evening the tAlier eight at Wood• st.•ek, the Radicals wer
February 1, 1884 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England