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FRUIT GARDEN.

FRUIT GARDEN.

Strawberry runners struck in pots may now be cut off, and the plants shifted into a size larger, or turned out into beds. Beds made now have the bpst chance of becoming strong before winter, to bear abundantly next year. Strawberry beds now want special attention. Strong rooted
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
RAI LWAYS .

RAI LWAYS .

Bristol and Exeter 125 127 Do. 51p o Bonds, 1872-1. 13 95 Caledonian 93 931 93 9 Eastßengal gun. 5 p c.... 115 117 Great Eastern 451 451 East Indian d 0.5 p c.. . 11811199 Great Northern 139 Grand Trunk of Canada.. 15 151 Do. A Great Western 12091201 Do Equip. Mort Bond, 1299 li
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENT FOR THE WEEK.

PARLIAMENT FOR THE WEEK.

MoNrav, 29th June.—Mr. Forsyth will move that the minutes of evidence and judgroent in the Launceston election petition case, laid upon the table of the House upon the 25th day of this instant June. be printed.—Mr. William Henry Smith will move for a bill to amend the law relati
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
Printed a;u2 Published for the Proprietors by John Hawking.% at 112, Strand, London, W.V.

Printed a;u2 Published for the Proprietors by John Hawking.% at 112, Strand, London, W.V.

June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY PRESS, MR. DISRAELI AT MERCHANT TAYLORS.'

THE WEEKLY PRESS, MR. DISRAELI AT MERCHANT TAYLORS.'

The Spectator says Mr. Disraeli was most successful when he intimated that the principles of Pitt and Grenville were Imperial principles, and that "in order to maintain an empire, we must remember that we shall be called upon sometimes to increase it." There spoke the statesman
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
111 R. CROSS AND THE LICENSING BILL.

111 R. CROSS AND THE LICENSING BILL.

The Commons, greatly to their relief, says the Saturday Review, have done with the ticensin3 Bill, and it has been sent with all its imperfections to the Lords. The con. eluding chapter of its history in the Lower House would have been absolutely uneventful had it not been marke
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
A VOLUNTEER DUEL.

A VOLUNTEER DUEL.

On Friday the .Rochdale Police-court was crowded by persons anxious to hear the investigation of a charge of assault preferred by Lieutenant R. C. M. Pooley, of the Rochdale Rifle Volunteers, against Lieutenant Owen Williams, of the same corps. Mr. C. J. Roberts appeared for the
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
THE BENGAL FAMINE.

THE BENGAL FAMINE.

The special correspondent of the Spectator, writing from North Behar on May 25th, says The general state of things is that the condition of the people is not becoming worse. Of Tirhoot it is said that ma tt er s are mending. In Saran all fears of a deadly famine are, thanks to i
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
No. 3,516. LONDON, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1874. PAGE 2: A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprletors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper, GARDENING OPERATIONS. (From the Gardener's Magazine.) KITCHEN GARDEN.

No. 3,516. LONDON, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1874. PAGE 2: A Newspaper for Newspaper Proprletors. Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper, GARDENING OPERATIONS. (From the Gardener's Magazine.) KITCHEN GARDEN.

Vegetables in season comprise broad and, French beans, cabbage, cauliflowers, cucumbers, lettuces, mushrooms, onions, peas, potatoes, radishes, spinach, tomatoes, turnips, and'vegetable marrows. KITCRE,N GARDEN.—As fast as early crops come off clear the ground and dig it over; i
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England
 
MONETARY NEWS.

MONETARY NEWS.

LONDON, SATURDAY EVENING. There has been an exceedingly quiet demand for discount to-day. Rates in consequence have undergone no change. The requirements for, the settlement, however, at the beginning of next week will no doubt have an hardening tendency. The Essequibo hap arriv
June 29, 1874 - Sun & Central Press - London, London, England