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MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

I- . SCIENCE, SECTION. The results of the examinations of the students of , the above institution, conducted by the Science and . Art Department in May last ar onow to hand. They areas follows:- 3Magnetism and Eleetricity-Advanced stage: 1st r class, *JF T Munton, W E Twells, F
05 September 1894 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE WAR IN THE EAST.

THE WAR IN THE EAST.

4 TliENTSIN, Thursday Morning. T An Imperial edict was issued yesterday expressing 11 the sorrow of the ruling powers at the murder of the s. Rev. James Wylie, of the Scottish Presbyterian !, Mission, by Cbinese fanatics in the Ninchwang I district. The Viceroy, Li I-lung Chang,
05 September 1894 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REVISION COURTS.

REVISION COURTS.

RR V ISION COURTS. SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, Mr. Etherington Smith revising barrister held a court at the County Hall at Derby, on Thursday for the purpose of revising the lists for the South Derby. shire polling districts of Darley Abbey, St. Alkmunds, St. Peter's St. Werburghs, and Lit
12 September 1894 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Vasy Chair.

The Vasy Chair.

ghe 1ast Ohain# I PLAIN TALES FROM AMERLC A. A BOY IN A CHRE'MIST'S SHOP. Said the grocery man, as he went up to the boy, snuffed a couple of times, and then held his hand to his mose: "The Board of Health will kerosene you, If they smell that smell, and send you to the glue fact
12 September 1894 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
[ill] COURT.

[ill] COURT.

D111,1011 15011,0110" fll)kIL)II; WURT. ?? rds TUESDAY, et [Before J. W. Newbold, U. Sowter, W. Hall, l;. Russell, to and W. Stokes, Esqrs.j ld MISCELLANEOUIS-M-Mary Fox, of Cheadle, was re, charged with acting as a pedlar yesterday in Monk- ce street, and was discharged with a ?
12 September 1894 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REOPENING OF LYCEUM STAFFORD

REOPENING OF LYCEUM STAFFORD

REOPENING O-- LYCE'. STA. FO7:D ( - 8>Iar:+. . . - , M.i-. ?? teit m1,c. I 1l *- a ?? 3i, ,, .- hi'llit'l t lit" ?? -tl i I - z I'i t. . ,i ?? t 'n i tg 32.it, tl.e o:.. ti ics ., w iiil 1.f C i t'll't C It1xltA.- 1 - !1t- It ?? I tr 'llx it a i 'i iti - alt'. * gi ioatvit'lvzl,
15 September 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. AUGUSTIN DALY'S CAREER.

MR. AUGUSTIN DALY'S CAREER.

At his theatre in Broadway last month Mr Augustin Daly began the work of his twventy-sixtll y ear as a New York manager. Aug. 23d was the anniversary of his opening of the Fifth-avenue Theatre in Twenty-fourth. street, where the Madison-square Theatre is now. Since then he has p
15 September 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDEN THEATRE BRIGHTON.

EDEN THEATRE BRIGHTON.

I I J"1)1r"N AIwl ATNP BRCIWt (eito1I Omit ossN ( r'llEEPONin:'NT.) On Moiulalv cs ning tile ,Noth-road lirjgihtol, was opel)'d to tl-e pmhlic. ?? 1J".5 theatte was fcenovi e khno-ia (;illl , ?? 0144 oe, and has been rce-otlructedl 1) the J, igiltojI ljien e n'ipany. Thechitvf al
15 September 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC HALL GOSSIP.

MUSIC JIIALL GOSSIP. ?? Miss Marie Loftus, thle mother of Tkrsi Ill Tj Hf 'lti M 14 .i 'I e % ceis cid a letter addressedl to her at It 11 I I I 1, aill lieazinig the P aria postmark. ?? pri iji ti at ci--i, wtas p1vrf(ctlv happyii and well. w 1itli ?? on to sas that hie hail lie
15 September 1894 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CANTERBURY AND PARAGON.

CANTERBURY AND PARAGON.

CVNTERBPRLY ANT) PARAGON. The seventh annual general meeting of the Canter- bury and Paragon, Limited, was held on Thlursday at 1 the C'auterbury, Westminster-bridge-road, Mr E. 1R 'vvs Stu LINGS' presiding. The Secretary (Mr Fred Holdeiil read eat thle notice conven ing thle mee
15 September 1894 - The Era - London, London, England