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DERBY COUNTY COURT,

DERBY COUNTY COURT,

Before his Honour Judge Smyly, Q.C. HARRISON v. PORTER. This was an application for his Honour to assess compensation There was no dispute upon the general facts of the case. The plaintiff, Henry Harrison, lost his right hand while in the employ of the defendant, Mr. Porter, hay
26 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
[ BRITISH ARCHiEOLOGICAIi ASSOCIA-.TION AT BUXTON.

[ BRITISH ARCHiEOLOGICAIi ASSOCIA-.TION AT BUXTON.

[ BRITISH ARCHiEOLOGICAIi ASSOCIA- TION AT BUXTON. The British Archaeological Association com menced its annual congress at Buxton on Tu»<My- This is the first time Buxton has been visited by the Association. The meeting at Derby, some years ago. was the nearest. Last year the co
26 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WE MUST .V.. o.' AT HOME.

WE MUST .V.. o.' AT HOME.

WE MUST .V.. ?? AT HOME. These lines are written on a cold, blusterous da T in March. Tne wind is twisting the trees in the garden and lunging the windows acd doors like a choleric old landlord in a bnrry for his rent. I keep stirring up the fire every few minutes, but all the sa
26 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE RECORDERSHIPOF LEICESTER

THE RECORDERSHIPOF LEICESTER

J.ne e^aeeii.uu e.iH i-xuihilci cjaaiun eie lire num- Eeoretary, t:as appeinted Mr. Marston C, liuszardi Q.C., to be Ktcorder of Lsiostter, in place of Mr. Arthur T. Toller, deceased. Simla, Monday. Another convoy has been at- tateked by Waziris near Haidari Knch. One Sikh seapo
26 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
■CCTDENTS TO BAILWAY SERVANTS

■CCTDENTS TO BAILWAY SERVANTS

The Rojal Commisrion oa Accidents to Railway servants sat again on Wednesday ; Lord James of Hereford in tbe chair. —Sir Francis Mannc.n having made cn3 or two corrections in bis evtdsm c, eloseiih Tborabiil, a London and North Wesri engine-driver, was tnen ex.mined. Ha advo-ate
26 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SEVEKE THUNDEHSTOEM

SEVEKE THUNDEHSTOEM

One of the most severe thunderstorms that has passed over Derby in recent yeaio. visited the town on Wednesday night. Fcrtnnately it left in itt track very Hi tie damage to property, thoagh we hear of severr.l chimney ..tucks having been struck. The storm came on shortly after e
05 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CYCLING NOTES.

CYCLING NOTES.

When the colt of the wheel bad very few followers, thero was good reason for their riding ont in company, sajs the "Globe." Every larrikin's hand was against thtm, and my solitary cyclist had to make account with the likelihood of being made a target for stone throwing. But that
05 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sttyratmp.

Sttyratmp.

Mr. W. Wa'ker Stephen?, tho author of a very acceptable wcrk on 'Ths Life ml Writings of Tbugot," has written a B-ries of essays on " Higher Life for the Working Classes— lts Hindrances Discuased" (Longmans), wbioh is hardly likely to meet with as muoh favour. Mr. Stephens ptoln
05 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DEAP AND DUMB INSTITCTIOS.DEHBY

THE DEAP AND DUMB INSTITCTIOS.DEHBY

THE DEAP AND DUMB INSTITCTIOS DEHBY The following is a copy of Oto ?? port, dated June 28, 1999 : "This instituti it is • mirable in every way. The children are hapi" bright and responsive, and their at ten! readily secured. The teaching is, t! must useful and intelligent, not on
05 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FIGHT IN THE ITALIAN CHAii-^8' I

FIGHT IN THE ITALIAN CHAii-^8' I

FIGHT IN THE ITALIAN CHAii-^ 8 ' I When the Chamber met on Friday, the isoc;*-* demanded vote by roll call on the minut- « "i-^Jft to tbe Government measure of public safety, * s ' they declared infringed on thaecosdtmioc ": ilecided to vote by secret uailo:, bat th 7. continued
05 July 1899 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England