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Jmt arrived from Northampton, seven large Boxes of Gent's Low The finest things ever brought this town, Buckley and Co.

Jmt arrived from Northampton, seven large Boxes of Gent's Low The finest things ever brought this town, Buckley and Co.

will oifer them this following days at prices that astonish. Gent's Low slices from lid 1-ls at Buckley's Solid Leather Boot Shop in High-street, —(Advt.) Clearing out. Stock of Lawn Mowers, Fenders, Coal Vases, 2, 3, and Chandeliers, a discouut 5s tho £ for cash, at e'.s, the U
21 May 1888 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England
 
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

SOUTH LEEDS LIBERAL 200." . ; . ADOPTION OP SIB LYON M.P., AS LIBBKAL CANDIDATE. At meeting of the members the South Leeds Liberal •300" was last sight in the Methodist New Connexion schoolroom, when AkL Gilston occupied the chsir, aad among present were the Right Hon. Sir Lyon
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
A HOLIDAY FOR LABOUR COMMISSIONERS

A HOLIDAY FOR LABOUR COMMISSIONERS

It was reported that the Laivvur Commission would adjourn for five weeks the conclusion of yesterday's sittings. The object the adjournment to give time for the preparation the evidence, preoia abstract, and analym, for presentation Parliament. A deputation the sitting Committee
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
ROYAL NAVAL ARTILLERY OFFICERS.

ROYAL NAVAL ARTILLERY OFFICERS.

The Queen has been pleased to present the officers and honorary officers the Naval Artillery Volunteers retain their commissions, and continue wear their uniforms after the of the * » k
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEARING OF THE GREEN.

THE WEARING OF THE GREEN.

The name of the stoker the Seaman'a Barracks, at Devonport, who waa for wearing shamrock on St. Patrick's Day, is Patrick Dwyer. The remainder punishment was yesterday remitted, and Admiralty have called for a report on the ease.
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
THE HARGREAVE JEWELS.

THE HARGREAVE JEWELS.

celebrated Hargreave jewels were yesterday on exhibition Messrs. Chratie, ™ and Wood's establishment. King-street, James's, London, where they wail sold by auction next MoaJar.
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAILWAY AND ITS COAL RATES.

LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAILWAY AND ITS COAL RATES.

The Joint-CVtmxnitte* Lords and Commons reramed the consideration yesterday nf the bill the the Lancoahire and York.-AsTe Company. An amendment had been <m the Lancashire and Oriel to reduce the charge on Class A dr.) one penny per ton per mile for firat 'JO to 0.00 d., the latt
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
SMALLPOX IN THE DEWSBURY UNION. TO THE ECHOES OF THE LEEDS Gentlemen, —It be evident to any one that Mr.

SMALLPOX IN THE DEWSBURY UNION. TO THE ECHOES OF THE LEEDS Gentlemen, —It be evident to any one that Mr.

Josejfc Taylor, Batley, neither read my nor beard read, hut penned his epistle upon what he had been given to understand 1 mid, otherwise vwM not have introduced parish politic* that have no mora mith what complained of than had the buiMing of Tenterdon steeple with the creation
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

W. COOK T. C. DAWSON- At the Westminster Aquarium yesterday these .profw sionals resumed their series spot-barred games level. In the afternoon Dswvon, with chief runs 54, 129, 93, 167, 63, and €2, won bv Cook s beet breaks were 69, 108, 43," 49, and 42. In evening Cook played m
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
UNIVERSITY BOAT RACK.

UNIVERSITY BOAT RACK.

Oxford yesterday morning paddled Bridge, when they rowed. hard from the bridge up to Barnes Bridge 34 strokes per minute, in min. 41 sec. The wind was east, and the water smooth, and tha work' well done. Cambridge rowed 34 from Putney Bridge to Hammersmith Bridge S 8 sec. The gw
26 March 1892 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, West Yorkshire, England