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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Fri day. Viscount Middleton called attention to the regulations in force under the new code with respect to the number of attendences, standard, and age enforced in night schools. complained that it was impossible for agricultural labourers to comply with these re
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

A Wail from Wilts.—So unfortunate lambing season has not occurred in Wiltshire for many years as that that through which we are now passing. There is hardly a flockmaster who has not lost an unusual number of both ewes and lambs on one farm iv this immediate neighbourhood, where
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

E Paris, Thursday Evening. -The census of the, Trench population 18 to be taken on May Ist. The military organization presented to the Assembly. to-u-J» enjoins universal military service without substitutes. Versailles, Friday.-The Committee of rejected the appeals of the three
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
On Sunday afternoon demonstration was held Cor in favour of the amnesty to Fenian prisoners. There disturbance. . The Registrar-General

On Sunday afternoon demonstration was held Cor in favour of the amnesty to Fenian prisoners. There disturbance. . The Registrar-General

reports the aggregate mortality in twenty-one cities and towns for the lust week to * the rate of 20 per 1,000. . The premises of and Sons, wholesale chemist' Manchester, were burnt down on Sunday. The dama» estimated at £20,000, is covered by insurance. Saturday a mineral train
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FATHER IGNATIUS AT TORQUAY.

FATHER IGNATIUS AT TORQUAY.

FATHER IGNATIUS TORQUAY. v, V ORATIuX ON MODERN INFIDELITY. j>' j has n,,w among its visitors the Rev. Father ij., describes himself as an " A.5.8." and »ta i Llanthony Abbey, though some years since Plain Rev. Mr. Lyne, minister of the Church rev. father, accompanied by brother
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY AND ITS NEIGHBOURS.

THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY AND ITS NEIGHBOURS.

The consideration of bill promoted by the Great Western Railway Company came on on Monday afternoon before a joint committee of the Houses of Parliament appointed "to enquire into the subject of the amalgamation of railway companies, with special reference to the bills for that
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DEVON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

DEVON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

This Association, which will hold its first meetingm our city in May next, have issued their list of prizes for the • various classes, sums offered amounting to £1,000, and i for there will no doubt be very spirited competition Cattle are placed in four divisions-the Devon South
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE CATHEDRAL RESTORATION.

THE CATHEDRAL RESTORATION.

The first meeting since its formation of the Executive Committee appointed for the purpose providing the means for the Restoration the Cathedral took place Thursday at the Guildhall Council Chamber. Present: the Mayor of Exeter, the Earl of Devon, the Dean of Exeter, Canon Cook,
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

'MOEETONHAM PS T£ AD . A Reading was held in the Smetlmrst room the other evening, G. Collvns Esq., presiding Audience larger than usual. K. Radclyffe Hall, Esq., of Torquay, played solos on the bell, harmonL\in, and the both new instruments in this district. He accomplished his
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Stye • • TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1872. Mr. Gladstone, in the House of Commons last night, referred to the subject

Stye • • TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1872. Mr. Gladstone, in the House of Commons last night, referred to the subject

of the American reply to the Note of the British Government. The answer to the American Note would be sent on or before Thursday, and said it would not be for the public interest that the present incomplete correspondence should be either published or discussed. The House acquie
19 March 1872 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England