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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

HULL. FORElGN.—Arrived Jane 25. 8, Rouen, general, Gooie. Sitona a, Soderbamn, general, AD. St. a, Calcutta, whea», Alsx D, Sailed Jane 25, Norma t, Jersey, coal and empties. Eldorado 8, Bergen, general. Albert) s. Rotterdam, general. J. F. Gefle, coal. Mercia 8, Messina, ballas
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

bxcteb'b telegrams, TBE EUROPEAN SITUATION. PACIFIC DECLARATION BY COUNT KALNOKY. Vienna, Tneeday.—At the kitting of the Delegations tc-day, Count made a state meet regarding the politics! eituatioo. refuted the pessimist view* held in many quarter?, and declared that the mainte
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SAFETY OF THE MISSING FOLKESTONE BOAT.

SAFETY OF THE MISSING FOLKESTONE BOAT.

The Press Association's Folkestone correspondent telegraphs that all anxiety the fate tae young men in the boat from Victoria Pier, Falk-wtoue, dispelled. They were picked off night by a fishing boat, and towed into Folkestone Harbour, having been drifting about tae 40 hours, th
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHETWYND-DURHAM ARBITRATION.

THE CHETWYND-DURHAM ARBITRATION.

This arbitration was resumed the Law C ourts this morning. was in attendance, and it was agreed that he should be called after Sir H. James's speech, which was now resumed. pointed out that the issue was not whether Wood had pulled the horses, but whether Chetwyqd had been cogni
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL APPEAL CASE.

LOCAL APPEAL CASE.

OSBOKN v. HULL STREET TRAMWAY 'MPANY. In tbe Queen's Bench Division of High Court of Justice this afternoon, before the Lard Justice acd Mr Justice Field, sitting a divisiona court, Cyril Dodd appeared in the case of Oabow v. the Hall Street Tramway Company in support of a a app
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
is understood that) Lord Zetland will the office of Liord-Lieutenant of Ireland the secan week in Jnly.—Daily Telegraph. Twin girls,

is understood that) Lord Zetland will the office of Liord-Lieutenant of Ireland the secan week in Jnly.—Daily Telegraph. Twin girls,

weighing together on'y five pounds eleven ounces, were borne in New York a few days ago. The attending physician in his report the Bureau o: Vitil Statistic?, said that " the babies were healthy, ponessei of good lungs, and pleasant in appe&ranoe,"
26 June 1889 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS AND THE RISE IH PRICES. THE EDITOR Off THE "DAILY Milt-" Sir, —I have read with much interest

LICENSED VICTUALLERS AND THE RISE IH PRICES. THE EDITOR Off THE "DAILY Milt-" Sir, —I have read with much interest

and considerable sympathy the speeches delivered at the licensed victuallers' meeting Monday afternoon. I cannot help thinking, however, that they have been too precipitate in sticking on Hie extra pennies and half-pennies per glass. I sure (speaking for myocslf,, bu/t believe I
05 May 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Thought for the Day.

Thought for the Day.

Loving God is but letting God love us—• giving welcome, that is, to God's love, knowing and believing the love God hath to us.—Horace Bushnell.
05 May 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
LEVEN PETTY SESSIONS.

LEVEN PETTY SESSIONS.

WEDNESDAY.—Before Mr W. Bethell (in the ohair), Captain Bethell, Captain Constable, and Mr T. B. Jackson. THEFT OF COAL AT ATWICK. A labourer named William Ayre was charged with stealing about 8d worth of coal, belonemtr to Mr G. M. Gale, of Atwick. Prisoner admitted the offence
05 May 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ATTRACTED BY A GIRL.

ATTRACTED BY A GIRL.

Robert Bell, Herbert Drakes, Thomas Hardy, Andrew Graves, and Arthur Eaton, youths,' pleaded not guilty at Grimsby this morning a charge of obstructing the footpath in Macaulay-street. P.C. Smith was sent to the locality in plain clothes in consequence of complaints from residen
05 May 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England