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LORD BEACONSFIELD:

LORD BEACONSFIELD:

The Athenceum says :—" Whether the motive of Mr. Disraeli in retiring to the House of Lords were personal or political, there is no room for doubt that he contemplated the movement nearly half • century ago. In a passage of ' The Young Duke' he boldly annotteces the intention he
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
TRADES' UNION CONGRESS.

TRADES' UNION CONGRESS.

The followtng subjeets are mentioned for consideration at the•forthceming ninth annul Trades' Union Congress, which will commence on Monday, the t of September, at New• castle-on• Tyne : L A bill to amend the law of compensation in capes of accidents, co that workmen or their fa
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
ME. GLADSTONE ON COTTAGE

ME. GLADSTONE ON COTTAGE

GARDENING. In responding to the vote of thanks to Mrs. Gladstone for presenting the prizes at the recent annual show of the Ilawarden Amateur Horticultural SocietY, Mr. Gladstone said,—l was in hopes that on this occasion my wife, after all the compliments she has received, woul
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
SILKWORMS.

SILKWORMS.

The Times publishes the following letter : Sir,—A supply of mulberry ayes or the next six or eight weeks earnestly esired for an important experiment which is now eng tried—virs the rearing of silkworms in England or the production of grain (eggs), not silk. Some very fine cocoo
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
VENTILATION OF RAILWAY CARRIAGES.

VENTILATION OF RAILWAY CARRIAGES.

At this season ef the year, when everybody is more or less on the move, railway travellers would gladly welcome some ventilatingarrangement which, while admitting a copious supply of fresh air into the carriages, would exclude dust and =ohs. Nor are matters much better in winter
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 

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PODAY. .11 - GUST 23, 1876. A SOUTH AMERICAN PARADISE. Mr. liembold thus describes capital of ChM In his Official

PODAY. .11 - GUST 23, 1876. A SOUTH AMERICAN PARADISE. Mr. liembold thus describes capital of ChM In his Official

Report : "A fun visit to the city of Santiago cannot but be matter of agreeable surprise to an intelligent European ; but after a more lengthened day, the ambitious growth and luxury of the town will probably seem to him cut of due proportion with the power and resources of the
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 187 G,

FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 187 G,

25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
LATER PARTICULARS.

LATER PARTICULARS.

MONDAY. Mrs. Cookman lin In $ critical condition, and the news of ilk, father's death has been kept from her. Lady Wilkinson, was staying in the hone at time, is suffering severely the shock sustained. When T - ein - ble - first preaented the gnu at Mrs. Cookman, the cook h e ro
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
THE MARKETS'

THE MARKETS'

MARK • LAN Mottle Q 'Maas the feature of the grain trade at Martfate : but there Is rather more steadixess apparent English wheat has been rather mace. and old sarnpl..s Lave been steady in value. New produce has come to bawl In excedent coucttlon. New wheat has sold at t7r. to
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
POTATOSS.

POTATOSS.

With moderato arrivals trade was 'toady at tie following prices :—Kont Regents 160 s Yam OM, 13Ja to 160 a &awe, 110 L to 125 a., and Ittdowya. 100 a. to 160 s. The rains which hays recently fallen are calculated to have a beneficial effect upon the hop pliustattorm, as there wa
25 August 1876 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England