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THE IRISH CAREER OF THE GLADSTONE GOVERNMENT.

THE IRISH CAREER OF THE GLADSTONE GOVERNMENT.

The spirit with which the entered upon its Irish career result ' to from the conviction of all its nein T , d n any kind of local autonomy to h' fang* 0 ruinous to the interests of the {ot a whole. No. member of the de mao showed any sympathy with the I"'> ish Home Rule, but the
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
ELECTION NEWS.

ELECTION NEWS.

Dissension among * y General Council of the Central » ol l Radical Association held an art P iate - ot ing on Monday, to select a ee division at the next election. viously held, Mr Maroji, a Hindoo et given more votes than Mr Eve, tne c A date, and the voting being very close co
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
Attempted Murder op a Fellow Lodger.— Arthur Smith (54), coachbuilder, was committed al the Oldbury Petty Sessions, on Tuesday, to

Attempted Murder op a Fellow Lodger.— Arthur Smith (54), coachbuilder, was committed al the Oldbury Petty Sessions, on Tuesday, to

the Worcestershire Assizes on a charge of attempted murder of John Denton, a fellow lodger, by cutting his throat while the latter was asleep. Attempted Murder and Suicide in Surrey.— At Hookwood, near Horley, Surrey, on Tuesday morning, a servant the employ of Mr Addison living
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
A BARRACK TRAGEDY.

A BARRACK TRAGEDY.

One of the soldiers of the Pjatsgorsk regiment Stationed at Ardahan was, says St. Petersburg correspondent, lately sentenced by his commander lo be beaten with rods for offence against the military regulations. As hi 3 comrades were preparing to carry out this punishment, which
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

The Rev A. E. Barnes-Lawrence, M.A., has accepted the incumbency of St. Michael and All Angels' Church, Blackheath, Kent, and will shortly enter upon his new duties. Mr Barnes-Lawrence was scholar of Worcester College, Oxford, where fie took high honours with B.A. in 1875, and M
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

The British Association's Bath meeting was opened on Wednesday night by an address from the President, Sir Frederick Bramwell. In this he maintained that whatever contributions civil engineers have made to pure science by original research, they have by their applications of sci
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CORN. Bedale, Tuesday The attendance at market was moderate, but a limited supply of grain was ou offer. Wheat was from ls to 2s per dearer on late prices. Barley and oats dearer. Goole, Wednesday. The market was only moderately attended, though prices continued firm. Only a sma
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
Manufactured by the Proprietor of Tigar's Manure Works, Grovehill, Beverley. Tigar's Bone Turnip Manure, per ton. Tigar's Dissolved Bones. £V

Manufactured by the Proprietor of Tigar's Manure Works, Grovehill, Beverley. Tigar's Bone Turnip Manure, per ton. Tigar's Dissolved Bones. £V

per ton. Carriage paid in Two-ton lots, allowing discount for Midsummer payments.
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS, PARTNERSHIPS, &c.

BANKRUPTS, PARTNERSHIPS, &c.

(From Tuesday's London Gazette.) Bankrupts. George Greenwood, Savile Town, near Dewsbury, butcher and cattle dealer; Alfred Cowham, Kingston - upon - Hull, hairdresser's manager Arthur Clarke, Court, Newcastle-on-Tyne, jeweller and fancy dealer ; Thomas Cooke, Bedale, painter ;
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England
 
SHADOWS.

SHADOWS.

Dear wife, what pain is this that grieves thy heart And clouds thy spirit ? for the joyous tone Has fled, which from thy lips was wont to start, As from lyre by light winds breathed upon And pale and inexpressive now they part To words low-spoken ! Thou art all alone, Though lam
8 September 1888 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, North Yorkshire, England