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TO-MORROWS WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT TO THB LEEDS MERCURY. SIXTY-FOUR COLUMNS—ONE PENNY. PARTIAL LIST OF CONTENTS. CHRISTMAS CHARITIES: CUKIOCJB AND OTHERWISE. EFFECTIVE

TO-MORROWS WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT TO THB LEEDS MERCURY. SIXTY-FOUR COLUMNS—ONE PENNY. PARTIAL LIST OF CONTENTS. CHRISTMAS CHARITIES: CUKIOCJB AND OTHERWISE. EFFECTIVE

SUBSTITUTES FOE CHRISTMAS TREES. ON A CATER FILL Alt FARM.: DAT WITH AN ENTOMOLOGIST. NATIONAL LIFE IN THE PAST: SOME OF ITS CHARACTERISTICS. UNCLE WRICKS'S LEGACY: A STORT BY RICHARD DOWLINQ. JERRY'S BURDENS: A STORY OF A CHRISTMAS EVE. LIKE A POTTER'S VESSEL: A STORY THE CHART
December 23, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EXPERIENCE OF HOME RULE.

EXPERIENCE OF HOME RULE.

THE CASE IN CAM ADA. , Bt K. J. C. MORTON. Bicutaky or Hons Ecus Uhios. Mr. first hie poUay Bole for Ireiand, at tha beginning ISM, those who it described it to 'throw the into the melting-pot.* It woold that they was* lluiiisnl'ni igncraot. ~ trusted to the ignoi&aoe of their a
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CONTINENTAL BOURSES, Monday.

CONTINENTAL BOURSES, Monday.

(Ksrru'i Tuuuilt.) The Bourse wu doll fint, the fall «1 ♦Of. Credit shares having am uftTOOiahU effect. Later the day a steadier tone prevailed. Beatee were only fractioaally altered. Italian* recovered jc., Turkish Group 47Jc., Spanish naarlr } per Ottomaa Sf., Lombards 5f., De
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS MERCURY.

THE LEEDS MERCURY.

TUESDAY, Mat 31st, The King and Queen of Denmark hare issued a letter to the people expressing their profound gratitude for the manifested towards them during the recent celebration of their Golden Weddinr. Tiie Prince Wales will leave for England the end the week, but the Princ
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A good deal of unnecessary mystery (till preserved in official quarters regarding the date of the General Election. This is

A good deal of unnecessary mystery (till preserved in official quarters regarding the date of the General Election. This is

doubt caused by a fading that is too obvious for concealment— namely, the desire of the Government to keep tin matter within their control, in the hope that some accidental circumstance might arise to improve their position. For this, however, they have waited in vain. till now
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BI-METALLISM AND THE McKINLEY TARIFF.

BI-METALLISM AND THE McKINLEY TARIFF.

The Pmi Association uyi there is rumour current Westminster that, aa set-off the consent the British iiovemment take par; the Bi-Metallic Conference, the United States are disposed miie some tariff concessions to this country, tar least Sheffield and Birmingham goods are concern
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR CHARLES BUTT'S SUCCESSOR.

SIR CHARLES BUTT'S SUCCESSOR.

The Pre* Association is wlhcially informed that Her Majesty hu been pleased to approve the name Sir Fraud* Henry Jeune as President the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division, m piace of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Parker Butt, deceased also of the name ef Mr. John Gorell Barne
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MESSAGE FROM THE KINO AND QUEEN.

MESSAGE FROM THE KINO AND QUEEN.

'^ CT thank* from the Kirg and ion is published this evening:. It says— The count! proof a received fajr have filled oar heart* * ;f l joy and thankfulness. Oar irorls rwch all our rabjecbi, but all that our heart* contain deep and aincere gratitude we exprew in our daily wish a
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CZAR AND THE EMPEROR.

THE CZAR AND THE EMPEROR.

Wain, Monday (Beater). The 4 publishes the following telegram fr.sn haven, frosn what it a trustworthy source:— "The Court will to Fredensborg on Thursday. Early the same day the Czar will '.rave, by special train to Korsoer. Thence will leave lx>ard th** Polar Star for Kiel, th
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CYCLONE AT MAURITIUS.

THE CYCLONE AT MAURITIUS.

MESSAGE FROM THE QUEKV. Tie following message have been telegraphed the s rotary of State for the Colonies to Natal, for traiiamiss: to the officer administering the government Mauritius, by a steamer which left Natal for Mauritius Sunday last:— "1 commanded by Her Majesty the Q
May 31, 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England