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Stormy meeting the licensing QUESTION AT STRATFORD. Oo Tuesday evening meeting, was held at the ctrstfttfd Town Hall, to consider

Stormy meeting the licensing QUESTION AT STRATFORD. Oo Tuesday evening meeting, was held at the ctrstfttfd Town Hall, to consider

the government Licensinß Bill and the Permissive Veto. The ebsir was taken by the Rev. O. P. Keogh, vicar fSt. Pours, Stratford New Town, and the large hall crowded to excess with friends of the temperance oBe and publicans and their supporters, probably less than 1.200 persons
May 16, 1871 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENTTALUABBE FREEHOLD MEADOW LAND. HOUSES, COTTAGES. & PREMISES. SITUATE AT RAYLEIGH and HOCKLEY, ESSEX, In the occupation of Messrs.

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENTTALUABBE FREEHOLD MEADOW LAND. HOUSES, COTTAGES. & PREMISES. SITUATE AT RAYLEIGH and HOCKLEY, ESSEX, In the occupation of Messrs.

William Cook, Byer, and others. aif» ea aoaa Is inßtrncted to OBTER the above Valuable Properties for SALE AUCTION, at the Crown lon. Boyleigb, early in June next. _ _ . Particulars in future advertisements: nnd in the meantime may be had of Messrs. Geo. Wood and Son, Solicitors
May 16, 1871 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
I am not at all astonished that your townsmen engaged in the liquor traffic should bo actiroly employed in making

I am not at all astonished that your townsmen engaged in the liquor traffic should bo actiroly employed in making

a determined stand against some of the unjust clauses of the Government Licensing Bill. But I would calmly ask them, what else could they expect from such a Ministry, than spoliation and utter disregard for vested interests ? The Liberal party were confirmed in power the aid of
April 15, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
1,1 H'A I* FOR COfFKKb: OIIXLTKMIAM, K. tv. .\ 111. D, Stationer and .Newsagent 13 Chester Walk, St. Gwrge** Place

1,1 H'A I* FOR COfFKKb: OIIXLTKMIAM, K. tv. .\ 111. D, Stationer and .Newsagent 13 Chester Walk, St. Gwrge** Place

Berkeley. N. Motf.itl :Notttileach.(». Giles Ulocklet. J. Joyner, gror.er Nailswortli. Sin it & Aon redon Nor ion, John King Painswick. N. Motfatt Coin St. Deni*. W. Smith Perthote, T. Allen hveshatn.C. aiiniuglou Bbip*toii-on-blmir, J.Geenhill Fail lord, W. C. mid 3on Glouceste
April 15, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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April 15, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
GOVERNMENT silh.. IN couseqnence of the delay in printing the Government Licencing Bill, the MEETING (advertised for Tuesday next) is

GOVERNMENT silh.. IN couseqnence of the delay in printing the Government Licencing Bill, the MEETING (advertised for Tuesday next) is

POSTPONED until further notice.
April 15, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED THE OFFICE, «. OROSVENOK STREET,

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED THE OFFICE, «. OROSVENOK STREET,

November 25, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST STOCK OF PICTURE-FRAME MOULDINGS, IPIRXItTT©, &C. AT W. BURDEN’S. 14, PORTLAND STREET, CHELTENHAM. Thousands of

THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST STOCK OF PICTURE-FRAME MOULDINGS, IPIRXItTT©, &C. AT W. BURDEN’S. 14, PORTLAND STREET, CHELTENHAM. Thousands of

Feet of Mouldings always on band, from One Penny per Foot. Good Glaaa, cut to any size, from 4d. per Foot. Back Boards, Id. per Foot. Pictures Framed, with Glass, Back, and Rings complete, from 4d. per Foot. Estimates given for Advertising Frames. The Trade supplied at good disc
November 25, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
FLOGGING IN NBWQATE PRISON.

FLOGGING IN NBWQATE PRISON.

On Saturday morning, tbe punishment of flogging was administered Calcraft to two prisoners in the gaol of Newgate. At the October sittings of the Central Criminal Court the prisoners, two young men named Bernard Bryan and Samuel Lilloy, were convicted of robberies with violence,
November 25, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
A WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH.

A WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH.

inquest was hold the Shakespeare Inn, on Thursday, before Mr. E. W. Ooren, peputy coroner, upon the body of Ann Jones, aged 95, who died on Tuesday from the effects of burns sustained Saturday last. The following composed tha jury:—Messrs. Foster (foreman), W. I*. Lloyd, J. Tink
November 25, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England