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AND ADVERTISER.

AND ADVERTISER.

Price 7d. listed every Saturday (the Market- Day), at ihe British Tump I>rmss, Pavement, York. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1826. N*. 1877.
02 September 1826 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WALKER, 1 j-CTIOKBBB, VALUER, _ro ARBITRATOR. -- ?? mads od Transfer of Breweries, Hotels, and l^ A KslTan- «or Probate.

WALKER, 1 j-CTIOKBBB, VALUER, _ro ARBITRATOR. -- ?? mads od Transfer of Breweries, Hotels, and l^ A KslTan- «or Probate.

*Ta*__r<il SHARBS, REVERSIONARY INTBR- •»_S POLICIBS, FRBBHOLD and other PBO- **v*rT iv m« — rraTß S—u* Rooms, Nkw-stkbct. ' foloirint; _oei have been arranged up ta the end '•S!_S* I November Ist. jffS*- lumber 13th. ( ?f„ ,l M r .*r. h i. ear-hie of balding 100 people, with f*
01 August 1888 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS.

The Rev. D. Baring-Gould, vicar of St. Michael's, Blackheatb, has been appointed by the Committee of the Church Missionary Society to the office of central secretary, which became vacant in August last by the preferment of tbe Rev. Henry Sutton to the living of Holy Trinity, Bor
01 August 1888 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FETES AT MUNICH. _

THE FETES AT MUNICH. _

MANY PERSONS INJURED BY ELEPHANTS. Munich, Tuesday. At to-day'a celebration of the centenary of King Lud wig's birth, in which 10,000 persons took part, the great historical procession formed the principal feature. The streets through which the procession passed were artisticall
01 August 1888 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SAD REVERSE OF FORTUNE.

SAD REVERSE OF FORTUNE.

At the Liverpool County Court, yesterday, James Baines, shipowner, originator of the cele- brated Black Ball Line of Australian clippers, and formerly in prosperous circumstances and an owner of racehorses, appeared to answer a judg- ment summons for £6, owing to a local firm of
01 August 1888 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE ATTACK UPON MB. JU3TICS DAY..LAST NIGHTS SCENE IN THE CO_LMON3.

THE ATTACK UPON MB. JU3TICS DAY..LAST NIGHTS SCENE IN THE CO_LMON3.

THE ATTACK UPON MB. JU3TICS DAY. LAST NIGHTS SCENE IN THE CO_LMON3. The Morning fottt observes that, directly the trivial objections were exhausted, an attack of a most ur*_c*rapulous nature was made upon Mr Justice Day and empha_i_ed by Mr. Morley, who read a letter from a barri
01 August 1888 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
DISTRIBUTION OF HER MAJESTY'S.REGIMENTS IN INDIA.

DISTRIBUTION OF HER MAJESTY'S.REGIMENTS IN INDIA.

DISTRIBUTION OF HER MAJESTY'S REGIMENTS IN INDIA. (From the United Service Gazette.) As a good deal of anxiety prevails in England regard- ing the actual locality of the Queen's Regiments serving iv India, we have drawn up the following from the scattered notice s iv the Indian p
29 August 1857 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MUTINY IN INDIA

THE MUTINY IN INDIA

MEETING IN LONDON. On Tuesday afternoon, a public meetiog was held iv the Egyptian-ball, Mansion-house, in order te form a committee tor the purpose of devising means for afford- ing immediate relief to those who are vow suffering from ihe fearful calamities in ludia. The Lord M
29 August 1857 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK NEW WATERWORKS COMPANY,

YORK NEW WATERWORKS COMPANY,

On Thursday last, me half-yearly meeting of this company was held in tbe Mercbauts' Hall, Fossgate. Mr. G. Steward, the Deputy-Chairman, presided. Mr. J. Uaisj.n, ths secretary, read the advertisement, the abstract of accounts, aud the following report : — The directors submit t
29 August 1857 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

The directors of tnis company have issued their report. There is a total to meet fixed charges and dividend of £289,076. The fixed charges, mortgage interest, tic, amouut to £105,799, and tbe dividends on the several preference stocks at the prescribed rate to which they are ent
29 August 1857 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England