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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

(Ftom OuR OwN RzronTER&) HIOUSE OF COMMONS, WElwNEDAY. Tho SPEAxrtS tooR the chair at a quarter after twelve o'clock. YO1IKSHUE PTITIONS. Petitiotts were presented ia favour of Sunday closing by Mr. HI W. Fitzwillautin, from Harthill-with-Woodall and 0osteonu-c-Dearno; Lord E. C
November 15, 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 18, 1889 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS, T-TO-DAY'S LONDON PAPERS li of the opposition xwhich it is certain he will offer to the measure? Do we observe any tracce of satisfaction with the measure in any portion of the Nationalist press? Are we likely to see any resotons passed by public bodies (othe
April 3, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ALLEGED FORGERY OF SPANISH BONDS.

THE ALLEGED FORGERY OF SPANISH BONDS.

THE ALLEGED FORGERY OF SPANME BONDS. SUOCIIE OF A PRISONElL At the Maa*n House yesterday afternoon, Edward Varran, alias B. J. Walter, was charged on remamd before Ald. BENA, with being concerned with one Justo Martos, who has absconded, in forging and nteing Spanish bonds, whezw
April 3, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAiL AND SHIP NEWS. (Lt.ITI'S Tore )ea An~tA51550, WcedesdLiy.-ThO Noeddesiterher Iloyd steamecr Has- burg,, from Sydncey tor Atwerjs, has eatleet. Rare. ?? -The Peninsular and Oriental steaemrs Asers!m from Bombay, aund thehdnCellive~n, frms~ Cacutafr inden, ave bas arrived. Bas
February 7, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

YORKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

YORKTSHSTIRE AC*RICULTRALT SO}CIETY. Tr HAREIOGATE SiOW.i A meetinrr of the membesrs of the council of the York- shire Agrioultairal Society was held at York yesterday. The Earl of Haniwoon prediated, arud there wvere presellt' the ERarl of Feversham, the Hon. Gee. E. Laseelles,
February 7, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

WESLETA4N MINISTERIAL ENGAGEME2NTS. The followngil is a further list of engagements for i890: F. iI. Ii di, L:eleester (H~umberstone-road) ; T. Beninitt, Pontefract; 3. V. Blrewer, Alford; Jabez Bridge, usd1 (George-yard); B. W. Corner, Alford; Altrdd Elvidge, WVaked Cdl; *. B.
February 7, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK.

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK.

AGRIOULTtBAL REVEW OF THE WEEK. It would be difficult to estimate the value of the eorious sunshine which has blessed the United King- dom duning the last three Nweelo. Never had the late harvesters a better time for securing their crops; and after the end of the present week the
September 19, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TIPPERARY LAND WAR.

THE TIPPERARY LAND WAR.

o ARREST OF MESSRS. DILLON AND WM. O'BRIEN. The recent proceedings in connection with the institution of the Plan of Campaign on the estate of Mr. A. IL Smith- Barry, M.P., at Tipperary, has, says the Preas Associa- tion, engaged the serious attention of the Irish Executive at D
September 19, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

CinorHm RnsTORATrIO iN LTSeCOLrss= .-Yesterday the Church of St. Mary, South Kelsey was re-opened, after extensive restoration. There was a large attendance of clergy atd laymen at the opening ceremony. HnTrmn CiE7Rcn.-A handsome Easter offering has boen presented to rite curate
April 17, 1890 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England