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SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS.

SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS.

Dublin, Friday. This is the last busy day with the Social Science Congress. To-morrow Lord Powers court will deliver an address to the Art Department, and the concluding meeting of the society will be held immediately afterwards. Invitations for next year's meeting have been rec
07 October 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HoLLOWAY'a Pills.—Liver, Lungs, and Kidneys.— disease* mi thero organs arise from obstrnctto m, over the remoial which these celebrated Pills

HoLLOWAY'a Pills.—Liver, Lungs, and Kidneys.— disease* mi thero organs arise from obstrnctto m, over the remoial which these celebrated Pills

exercise the mo-it perfect control. course them strongly recommended remedy for such chronic affections >im liver enlargements, of the lungs, torpidity the kidneys, and other functional disorders, which cause umeh present ring, and neglected lay the foundation "f Pills are spec
07 October 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LEEK IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS.

LEEK IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS.

The ordinary meeting was held Tuesday evening, Mr. J. Brough in the chair. Messrs. Piatt, Warrington] Gallimore, Shaw, Sykes, Goodwin, Gould, Eushion, Moreton, Watson, Andrews, and Sleigh aW attended. Rates and Tolls Committee.—A. meeting of thi* committee was held on the 20th u
03 October 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

RUSSIAN DIFFICULTIES IN BULGARIA. Vienna Tuesday.—Semi-official Russian adviccs state that the Russians will attempt one great stroke in Bulgaria before deciding a retreat across the Danube. The attempt is expected to be agaiust Plavna, shown General Todleben's appointment as ch
03 October 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE HANLEY ALBERT ATHLETIC CLUB.

THE HANLEY ALBERT ATHLETIC CLUB.

ANNUAL DINNER. The annual dinner in connection with the Hanley Albert Athletic Club was held at the Queen's Hetel, Hanley, Tuesday evening. Covers were laid for fifty-five gen e men. The Mayor (Mr. J. R. Cooke), occupied the chair, as the President of the club ; and the vice-cha
03 October 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PHEASANT SHOOTING.

PHEASANT SHOOTING.

the districts of Somersetshire, Gloucester, and Wilts immediately surrounding Bath there was a great deal of pheasant shooting on Monday. The coverts were found well stocked, and the birds in capital condition. The weather was fine, and good bags are universally reported.
03 October 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. GOLDWIN SMITH ON EDUCATION.

MR. GOLDWIN SMITH ON EDUCATION.

Mr. Gold win Smith presided on Mouday at the inauguration Bolton of a series of lectures in connection with the Cambridge University Extension Scheme. referred to the question of the multiplication of universities, alluding especially to the application by the Council of the Owe
03 October 1877 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE EASTERN QUESTION

THE EASTERN QUESTION

correspondent writing from Vienna on v says : " Notwithstanding anything that may the contrary, it is certainly a fact that assertion unconditional assent of tbe Powers to * posals on tbe Eastern Question are as yet premfttuP I learn, on the best authority, that France, at any j
25 May 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LONDON (BOROUGH).-Monday.

LONDON (BOROUGH).-Monday.

was and Sts i! ' St indUlg6d t i lai " Warns* Cs. _. T i'- atones ami with having wilfully U r'i costs w ere penalised the n -ms lnf Austin, School Board '«' bad bat I laid atrainst l '. to comply with require_*ri": 'SeT atI ,r<l seeding their of the number there were V'V ''->ts
25 May 1880 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

THE PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS, SATURDAY. The Lord Chancellor took his seat on the woolsack at twenty-five minutes to two, when the only peers present were the Earl of Cork and Lord Carrington, and the Bishop of St. Davids, who said prayers. Lord Milltown afterwards entered the House, and took
29 August 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England