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THE BEEHIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 3 186 R: THE TORIES AND THE WORKINGMEN'S D EMONST RATION S. When Mr. Gladstone

THE BEEHIVE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 3 186 R: THE TORIES AND THE WORKINGMEN'S D EMONST RATION S. When Mr. Gladstone

introduced the Government Reform Bill last session into that corrupt assembly called by courtesy the House of Commons, he was met by the Elchos, the Lowes, the Disraelis, the Cranbornes, and the whole host of the Tory and Adullamite party, great and small, with the objection tha
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE WEST RIDING REFORM DEMONSTRATION AT LEEDS.

THE WEST RIDING REFORM DEMONSTRATION AT LEEDS.

Although the weather broke coldly and cheerlessly oTer ths3:Yorkshire district Mr Monday, and although the railway companies refused to supply any facilities to enable the great masses of West Riding Liberals to visit Leedsthe :people were iacit tohe deterred by what in the majo
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
TENDERS.

TENDERS.

For the erection of a new station, at De Beauvcir Town, for the North London Railway Company :—Higby £17,895, Myers and Son £17,380, Sims and Marten £17,278, Axford £16,950. Hedges £16,900, Hill and Keddel £16,515, King and Sons £16,430, Webb and Sons £16,285. For building the s
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
aREY HAIR.-248, High Holborn, London.— NJ , ALEX. ROSS'S obargev for Dyeing the Hair pernut - netstly —Ladies' Hair from

aREY HAIR.-248, High Holborn, London.— NJ , ALEX. ROSS'S obargev for Dyeing the Hair pernut - netstly —Ladies' Hair from

7s. ; Geatlemen's from ss. The Dye is said at 3s. 641., or sent per post for 54 stamps. It is most easy of use.
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
arSTEN AWAY to NERVOUS SUFFERERS.— Just published, a valuable Medical Book of 133 pages, on the TREATMENT and Cure of

arSTEN AWAY to NERVOUS SUFFERERS.— Just published, a valuable Medical Book of 133 pages, on the TREATMENT and Cure of

NERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY, LOSS of APPETITE, PA:rNS in the BACK, and INDIGESTION. Impediments to Marriage, Spermatorrhcea, &c, arising from indiscretion, which, if neglected, result in consumption and premature death. Before wasting time in seeking aid from the so-called rem
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE VICTORIA BENEFIT SOCIETY. Enrolled Pursuant to Act of Parliament (18 and 19 Vict., cap. 63). Chief Oflce-49, Fleet-street, London,

THE VICTORIA BENEFIT SOCIETY. Enrolled Pursuant to Act of Parliament (18 and 19 Vict., cap. 63). Chief Oflce-49, Fleet-street, London,

E.C., with Branches throughout the Country. VICE-PATRONS. Mr. SERJEANT ATKINSOIV, Rev. THOMAS AVELING, • Rev. JABEZ BURNS, D D., Rev. FREDERICK TRESTRAIL, HARPER TWELVETREES, Esq. JAMES ABBISS, Esq., CHARLES HENRY ELT. Esq. JOHN FRANCIS BONTEMS, Eq. AUDITORS. Mr. J. PHILLIPS, Es
13 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

DEATH FROM AN OVERDOSE OF SALTS.-Mr. Humphreys held an inquest on a carman named Thomas Crooks, aged 53 years. Elizabeth Crooks, 23, Radnor street, St. Luke's, said: Last Tuesday the deceased, being ill, got some medicine from Dr. Bletchley. After taking it he got into a state o
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
WORKING CLA.SSES INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

WORKING CLA.SSES INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

.NORTII LONDON.—On Tuesday evening a meeting was held at the British Schoolroom, Southampton street, Euston Square, for the purpose of furthering the above object. tienry Vincent, E-q., presided. The chairman was supported by John Robert Taylor, EN., William Hanson, E q., and ot
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE STRIKE AT MIDDLESBORO'.

THE STRIKE AT MIDDLESBORO'.

_ - On Wednesday week last a strike took place at the iron works of Messrs. Bolckon and Vaughan under rather Singular circumstances; but although the facts below related precipitated the strike, it would have sooner o r later still h ave ta k en p l ace , ow ing to the dissatisf
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
WORSHIP STREET.

WORSHIP STREET.

WHO WAS RIGHT?— George Horam, cab driver, badge 4,252, was charged under the following circumstances: —Mr. Hawkips, a timber dealer in Kingsland road, said: Shortly before eight o'clock last night I was in the neighbourhood of my home driving a horse and chaise in company with m
01 October 1864 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England