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ECHOES OF THE WEEK

... AMD SHIPPING GAZETTE. Monday, August 23rd, 1886. What a fool's paradise our English politicians and newspaper writers have been living in with respect to Bulgaria. We were told tha ...

ECHOES OF THE WEEK

... Sunderland Daily Echo AMD GAZETTE. Monday, August 9th, 1886. The New Parliament is getting itself constituted rapidly. Peel is once again Speaker, with the cordial consent of the w ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... FRIDAY. Before Mr. E. Feather*tonhaugh and Mr. Sirney. TROUBLESOME CD STOKER. Isabella South, unfortunate, was charged with being drunk and using profane and obscene language and ...

ECHOES OF THE WEEK

... Sunderland Daily Echo AMD SHIPPING GAZETTE. Monday, September 20tii, 1886. I have been much impressed with ono aspect of the controversy about Mr Paruell's Bill, the second readiug ...

FOOTBALL

... Reports football matches, etc., played Saturdays, must reach 9.30 a.m. on the following Monday to secure insertion day's issues. £. General information relating; athletic sports should reach ...

DURHAM SESSIONS

... TRIALS TO-DAY, Tie General Quarter Sessions were commenced the Courts, Durham, this morning. TheTe were 13 prisoners, inciuuiug nine from Sunderland. The Right Hon. John Lloyd Wharton ...

THE BOER WAR

... FIGHT WEAR STAi.DERTON, Boers Desperate Through Starvation. (CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY.) Standerton, _Tonday. The last two days have been a busy time for the troops, fighting taking place quit ...