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"WE WISH THEY MAY GET IT."

"WE WISH THEY MAY GET IT."

"-XS~H THEY M~ itAY G ar Ir. "Ws WIS- .- - A wron a nonula-I ouhist the great parish of Brlg`f9"Tui, `1i4 ~. pVp.s.1- 1sryins with its seasorns from 60,000 to 80,000, is 0 -sbe by its vicar and cburchwardens with a mio- iichorch-Tate, the infinitely greater parish of St. ity Ii~n
07 July 1850 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RETURN OF THE JACKSON EXPEDITION.

RETURN OF THE JACKSON EXPEDITION.

RETURN OF THE JAC SONI EXPEDITION. INTERVIEW WITH MIR. F. JACKSON i Mr. Frederick G. Jaukson, the leader of the Jac,,son-Harusw ortP expedition. who left the Thanmes or, Wedi.e.day, July 11, 1894, for the North Polar regions, arrived at Gravesend on kriday amter- noon on boned th
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

MEETINGS & N ational znuIi.j- I .t 'e , ?? the. 1:,,f 9,, .,.1 ?? Lne L ?? si' ?? nil well alitd ?? ' r -,iLij' XLdeenen, ?? (LJeIrL ktiwli,,, C> ii't ?? Ir ?? p 2~ra5 Eli L~itr,,Xll t South Rt I ' 311ueuuu; 2 to G. l102~+L p <u flattr lre n s*_5 ?? l OiA g!terCoj, "D9 t :x~ IL.:
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE POPULAR PIONEER PENNY PAPE3 for tho BUILDING TRADES is THE ILLUSTRATED CARPENTER & BUILDER. roE. THE MfANUFACTURES IT IS [NDISPENSABLE. EOR THE ARTISAN IT IS AN EVREY. DAY NECESSITY. FOR TEE APP-RE-NTICE IT 13 AN EVER READY UELP tND GUIDE _ FOR ALL IN TEE TRADE FT Ds A CONS r
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHT'S THEATRICALS.

LAST NIGHT'S THEATRICALS.

"RIP VAN WINKLE " AT HER MAJESTY'S. The new opera produced by Mr. E. a. Hedmondt, though not possessing the species of dramatic power that convinces, contains some very pleasing musical pas. sages. The composer, Mr. Franco Leoni, who has been successful in this country with fugi
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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THE ENGINEERS' DISPUTE

THE ENGINEERS' DISPUTE

I A statement was issued yesterday from the headquarters of the Employers' federation in reply to the claim of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers that upwards of 200 firms in London have conceded the eight hours day since the agitation began. The employers state that an analysi
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK

TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK

a l l03tITRY TALst fov i- n a M ster of WNales.s y as was,1 s Tieb Iteld at flis ltri'csIepm°thoae.Is ball, since the e--r-f he- lat Lorde on June 2, l~5tie-, Gr 6and ~ 4e stablishmeut otrellne °f- timliavhnrso 'gcti 5m0 losdges in E'gland and f~el0 "'i Mondar Y a private Of the
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CATFORD GOLD VASE COMPETITION.

CATFORD GOLD VASE COMPETITION.

CATFORD GOLD VASE COMPETI. TION. The third annual twelve hours' cycle race for the CLcford Gold Vase (ol which J. W. 6LocLs constituted hiniselt the holder in 1895 and lbO) was won on Tuesday by A. B. \alter-s ?? ?? the latter with 2d0 mi;les l, .O yaids to his creuit as the resi
05 September 1897 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

:UBLI_ AMUSEHE1TSB. OLYMPIO TrATBI .I Conaide~ltale interest attached to the special morning peof6jialye given at this theatre on Satur- day by Mr. WdAf, k the Produetion of anew drama adapted front be, f~r of bIM. DV3Dne nd Plouvier; and tile ;esiitt Although the ?? rether t it
18 July 1875 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE SCHOOL BOARD AND ITS OFFICIALS.

THE SCHOOL BOARD AND ITS OFFICIALS.

THE SCHOOL BOALD AND ITS OFFI OIArS. The public have reason to be disappointed at the action of the London School Board with regard to its official, Mr. Hiscock, who was recently fined by Mr. Paget for assault. A strict inquiry was made into the case by a special committee of the
18 July 1875 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England