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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.TAKEN AT 9 P.M. AT THE.TOWN MUSEUM, LEICESTER.

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.TAKEN AT 9 P.M. AT THE.TOWN MUSEUM, LEICESTER.

METEOROLOG ICAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN AT 9 P.M. AT THE TOWN MUSEUM, LEICESTER. 1881. ; Temperature. eorctd.& fall'" reduced.; t, t -Mi \t- t To 32° at. Sol. Gra. **■„»_ Date | Max. Mm. j Aye. SeaLevl . rad . Mi - Inchs May I ! I 26 j 69.8 53.4 . 61.6 29.835 ' 123.8 50.0 1 0.15 27 !
June 4, 1881 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LESSONS FROM PASSING EVENTS.

LESSONS FROM PASSING EVENTS.

— PU.A6E KEEP TO THB KIGHT J OR LESSONS 05 OCR (By a Working Man) PAVEMENT The above motto is bo sententious and sugge*— .e, and yet bo -e_ stic, as to admit of indefinite expa__on into erf rv department of life, and of uni versa] appS -cation. Keeping to the right, on tke pavem
September 1, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE.

COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE.

Saturday.— Before T. T. Paget, Esq. fin the Chair), and Capt. Goodchild. Oadby.— Walter Thompson pleaded guilty to being drunk, at Oadby, on the 20th inst ., and was fined ss°, and costs, or seven days' imprisonment. Ekj jebbt.— Oeorge Spence was charged with wilfully committing
September 1, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE PROPOSED DE MONTFORT STATUE

THE PROPOSED DE MONTFORT STATUE

To the Editor Sir, — On reading your last issue I noticed a letter signed "J. 8.," and was astonished to find ho had only replied to one of my objections : that was in reference to the statue spoiling the whole square. It appears,, from this letter, " J. B." and his colleagues w
September 1, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT NOTTINGHAM

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT NOTTINGHAM

On Tuesday night a horrible murder was perpetrated at Lenton, one of the suburbs recently added to the borough of Nottingham. At about eight o'clock, as a young man named Beutiey was crossing a lonely portion of the parish known as Lenton Sands, bo observed a man coming towards
December 15, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE PURCHASE OF THE ABBEY.MEADOW.

THE PURCHASE OF THE ABBEY.MEADOW.

THE PURCHASE OF THE ABBEY MEADOW. MEETING OF THE PARISHIONERS. The Corporation of Leicester having, under the pro- visions of the Leicester Improvement Act, 1876, and the Land Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, given notice ai!u V 7 re l nired for the purposes of the said Acts, the
December 15, 1877 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
'Xomnurcial and i_l_nu___r

'Xomnurcial and i_l_nu___r

El .sTie Webs. — No improvement whatever in the da- ?? for boot w eb-i can be reported. But fe-.v orders are being plaoed, and those only to me . present require- ments. Cords and braids a fair demand. Boor ano Shoe Trads. — What orders ooruo now are for quick delivery, so thai
May 8, 1880 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THS CUST OV THE AFGHAN WAR.

THS CUST OV THE AFGHAN WAR.

ENORMOUS EXCESS. The Indian Government has intimated to the Secretary for India that the cost of the Afghan War will probably exceed the budget estimates by st least f..ur millions sterling. The military department is d, cla; ed to be responsible for the estimates, and the reaao
May 8, 1880 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE FARMERS' ALLTANCE AND THE.GOVERNMENT.

THE FARMERS' ALLTANCE AND THE.GOVERNMENT.

THE FARMERS' ALLTANCE AND THE GOVERNMENT. At a meeting of the Committee of the Farmers' Alliance, held in London oa Friday, the Chairman (Mr. James Howard) was requested to ask the Premier to tame a day on which he will receive a deputation from the Alliance. The Comt._itt.ee des
May 8, 1880 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England