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HOME RULE AND COMMERCE.

HOME RULE AND COMMERCE.

IUUETING IN LEEDS. MIr. Andrew Jameson, merclhant, fnd director of the Bank of Ireland, Dublin; Mr. Hune Duidgeon, men- ber of the Dublin Chamber of Comnierce; Mr. Thomas Sinclair, merchant; and Mr. William J. Hirst, manu- facturer, members of tire Belfast Chamber of Com- inerce
May 10, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AIND SHIP NEWS. I leoyd's Tels&rrim.) ADFNT, Fri3.y.-Thd Asate, froum Borubny, rra-ived. AT.1. 'A , Thin-airy.-Tht A-rmard detyre, for Au.stralia and N-t'-ii--ifediia. atIe5Vd. . ?? NIA, Thlursda; -Sbh Ne- ton, froin Li-rpnol. - rived. ,-iATAAL A, T'burcdu -TL.e Doramd., Joa
June 30, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
UNIVERSITY [ill].

UNIVERSITY [ill].

UNlIVXR TS LI4ThENOE FACUL~i~sOF AttinS SCj, E AD LW Cad ?? are in amaiadrtru~aL Iiiteriedieube B.A. -xramirten-F H1. BradJley, universitY; Mminnie Browna Owen-; A- L. ]flErc-nP, Owens; Emmna, 1H. (zarupbrll01. Owe-ns: Anna~ L. ChaddPrton, Oweons; (hnnies Cbajpnrzrn, Owu;jrz; Gr.
June 30, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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.. 'L M5), AUCTIOT4~E1&fl Iido VALL37EBS, PEXtMBLRTON-nIOPIT2ET annl PIIA~,IBE1TON-TEIRAC E, ?Pe~rs. OXLRa'1itand AI'PL1'710ON nilt nll Nr Alini-on, -at tb,,c T3'"orr)'Iiar- 4dat 'f perit, :J4. a, -a ci "110, t. iit''- c-IuI wel-, e3 ) VOL E L ?? Garoonoca' etton.l'cer, 3-at, Mo.
April 21, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AMERICAN TARIFF PROTESTS.

AMERICAN TARIFF PROTESTS.

AHEER2COAN TARIPFFr PROTET.SS REU ARK-LLRT.E DLMESiOSTBPATflONS. Washingtono, Fr' Gy Thute -Ovr 20 w ?? mpen and wouweu from P.haladelphia and vioinity Ii-ae arrixed. ner3 by specidl traii, bis-ing tine first section of tk-. party of a tio'tsantL ?? by- tomorrow to protest Lgahll
April 21, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

CO MM IER CI A L. YESTRIRDAY'S R6GITIOL&L LISTS0 - COlriOPwA TONS.- Tascns.-es .1927) 4 per cent., 119. Fvons.-Nerb.Basecn 4per cent.. 118. R-kfrrWAYe..-OanraeAax SHn1u1a Aso STOCKa.-Ilaneassire and Yorkshire. 107S.. R...rrAVwAYs.-BcnT.rsw FPesaZStrOiSAXIs Fcesar(;r.-trand Trunk
April 21, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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BIRD 'S CU STARD POWDER I SUPPLIES A D as LUXURY. DAINTIES IS ENDLESS VARIETY. I THE CHO'CEST DISHES AMD TELE RICHEST CUSTARD. i NO EGGS REQUIRED. -:PA E A R S f-- BY SPECL AP2OINTMEIE TO HR IAJIJSTY THE QUEEN A-D HIS ROYAL MGBNESS THE rRINGE OF WALES. LEEDS TEMPERA'NCE SOCIETY.-
June 5, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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THEai YOEKSHTR.r flETOSITOnY, LEEDSA TH-E MO2N-THLY $2ELT~tCTHI-1tSE SALEF PNUITS HlMS lON. eeaolsl for fl shoR ,-Ilid he trade Mh3-TeGEAT M~_ARCH CARMA4431 SALE w11l else be ?? Taseder wbrc 350 CA1MjzIACETS and TXrZ6PS of ill thrir r Iiinelrsded eeall Inc,"terl ent:ire (55. e~ic
March 1, 1894 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ORANGEMEN READY FOR A ROW.

ORANGEMEN READY FOR A ROW.

Winnipeg. Thursday (Keuter).—The flrand Orange Manitol* and the North-West territories (■•-tiay pa*««l a rfto!nt : nn Mr. Blake for allowing his name as a signatory an apjieal jointing funds for the of (Britain, with tlie view enabling them to accomplish the dwmemberm.-nt (if th
March 4, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STRANGE DEATH ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD.

STRANGE DEATH ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD.

A m-in named Thomas Hewitt, aged 33, scavenger in the employ of the Ashton Corporation, has died very suddenly in the Ash ton Athletic Grounds, the field the Ashton Town Club. Deceased went to play football, but when five minutes had elapsed went change boots with spectator, the
March 4, 1893 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England