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THE KAPUNDA DISASTER.

THE KAPUNDA DISASTER.

~flflr j, ANTrP amA mTl, r.rn a rmrn , - IMPORTANT STATEMENTS BY THE SECOND MATE OF TVEW ADA MhLMORE. Our Liverpool correspondent writes-Mr. Arthur W. Richardson, the second mate of the barque Ada Melmore, arrived in Liverpool on Sunday eveding by the London ship Fedele Prmavess
March 8, 1887 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND EEIP NIEWS. Tim uxmsnr STmvxasns. -(Special Telegrams). - LivSiPoor. Monday.-The steamer Auranul is announesd ats at anchor outside New York, but a dense foz prevailing it is impossible to ascertain at what bonr she arrived. 'lThe Umbria, which some of cur mormu- contemp
March 8, 1887 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS MORNING'S NEWS

THIS MORNING'S NEWS

FIfIS OR-NING'S NEWS TO-DAY'S LDNON PAERS. THlE REV. H. W.BEECHER. (DAILY NXV8 TRE.EGnA7.) NEW Youx, Monday.-Mr. Bescher lies in, a deep stupour. ?? is slowly sinking, and his death is only a question of hours. The house is visited by hundreds of persons anxious to know his condi
March 8, 1887 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT SHIPLEY.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT SHIPLEY.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT EI SIHIPLEY. PROPOSED PUBLIC SLAUGHTER-HOUSE. At the Local Board offices, Shipley, yesterday, Major. General Pa n)s-Crmly, C.B., Local Government Inspector, held an inquiry into au application made by the Shipley Local Board for sanction to borrow £3,6
July 25, 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.

GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.

I OU--- THE GERMAN C RWN PRINCE. OFFICIAL BtLLETIN. B rMIX , Tuesday.-The following bulletin from San Remo, 'dated to-day, 10.25 ain., is cuoially published Here this afternoon:' "The Crown Prince passed a fairly good night; other wise there is no change." S,; -emo, Tuesday, 1.2
February 29, 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ALLEGED FRAUDS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE.

THE ALLEGED FRAUDS IN NORTH YORKSHIRE.

"THE ALLEGED JFRAUDS IN NORTH Y ORKSHIRE. Z UXldi.t"SkI . LORD HINTON BEFORE THE BENCH. On Tuesday, at the Lambeth Police-court, London, the charges against Lord Hinton, George Alicock, and William Wright, of obtaining guns by fraud, vrere agdin proceeded with before Mr. BIRoN, Q
February 11, 1886 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW YORK CLOSING PRICES.

NEW YORK CLOSING PRICES.

NEW YORK CLOSING PRTCOR. CREUTER'$ TELEGRAM.S.) Nrw YOuir, Wednesday.-Moneoy easy. Cotton weak.i Petroleum steady. Lard firml, and advanicinig. Wheat 1 opened weaker, but closed Strong. Flour dull. Cornt firm. Sugar steady. Coffee dinm. ton. dull. frievous guts. Call Money Intere
February 11, 1886 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE UNITED STATES OF COLOMBIA.

THE UNITED STATES OF COLOMBIA.

THE UNITED STATES OF COLOMBfIA. Mir. WV. J. Dickson, in his report to the F'oreig;n Office, sumanarises an official. pamphlet recently published by the Colombian Government. He ?? range Of the 'Andes, which stretches itself from the Straits or Magellan d!ie iothselof Belrng in a
February 16, 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY TRAVELLING.

RAILWAY TRAVELLING.

I 9 _ SA A _ A. l . _ C - I I X.L S5TV * ± A 4 V s .IoLJIXJLNs J. On Saturday a report of Mr. Clement E. Stretton, of Leicester, consulting, engineer to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, was received by Mr. Edward HIarford, the general. secretary of the society, at th
August 1, 1887 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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January 31, 1888 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England