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LETTERS FROM ABROAD,

LETTERS FROM ABROAD,

MR. ANTHONY TROLLOPE. LETTER XIX. San the 2Klh August I left Sydney for this city, iutondiug to call Auckland, in New and Honolulu, the capital of the Sandwieh Islands. For Mime years past various attempts hare been made—not, hitherto, with entire success—to establish a route fo
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
YEOVIL.

YEOVIL.

A splendid root crop has been grown again this year Mr. C. Harding, of Montacute, near this town The weight of his mangolds is 57 tons 15 cwt. 3 qrs. 17 lb., and with it be takes tbe cup given by lady Anna Gore-Langton to the Taunton Agricultural Society, for the beet root crop
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
STROUD.

STROUD.

Foresters' Annual Dinnmb.—'The aaauat dinner of Court Foresters' Home, Na lUBo,waa held at the Conk-hal,ou Wednesday night, about dining together under presidency of Mr. Walter T. Stanton. After" The and Prince of Wales," Mr. XT. Fisher proaosed "flw Army and Navy," which was re
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

[VMM Moimirs Alterations In Cenabinsea sinoe Ship* Report—r tb< Cervantes, tram DuU. hf-bxs retains the to J. Shu's and Ca the property a Iran* and Co. la the Calvpeo,' (row Bordeaux—A. Auifoent, 1 eua wins semeles; & too omaaa wine; Oat men and o» Wins; G. Iltm, 22 cum visa; Ja
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BRISTOL BANKRUPTCY COURT.

YKSTKRDAY. (Be/or* Mr. R. A. Fishtr, Judge.) Re Kit wood Smith.—This case was adjourn b> Friday, inst. It wan stated thai tho cast ha<l been hanging about court tor two yean, and Mr Cirter, who appeared for the debtor, mud he complained very much the procrastination to which he
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
N THEATRE ROYAL, BKN„V CHUTE. Mich usual doom e.M nuotuKci commerce at 7. °* TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), November Bth. LAST TIME.

N THEATRE ROYAL, BKN„V CHUTE. Mich usual doom e.M nuotuKci commerce at 7. °* TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), November Bth. LAST TIME.

Th* New Loci Dram*, by K. entitled THE FAITHFUL HEABT, WITH ALL THc ORIGINAL SCAN Bit* AND EFFECTS. MUSIC Mr. CHAPMAN. Mr. MaMUUU. Preceded*! by MILKY WHITE. ENGAGEMENT FOR TWELVE NIGHTS OF THE CaLaBRAiED TcU. M.S3 WALLIS, From Ik* Royal, Mary l*m, MB. FBANK CLEMENTS, From tl>*
November 6, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE.

SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE.

At the Marlborough-street Police-court, London, on Satnrday, Captain Francis WiUiam Davis Butler, Naval aud Military Club, Mall, was brought before Mr. Knox on a warrant charged with sending letter to Lord George Loftus containing threats calculated to incite to breach of the pe
November 20, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ANOTHER DISASTROUS FLOOD.

ANOTHER DISASTROUS FLOOD.

Saturday last, thia district experienced another extraordinary rain storm, which oontinned nearly the whole day and several hours on Sunday, nearly two inches of rain falling in about thirty bnurs. Owing to tbe saturated state of tbe ooontry from previous inundations the whole o
November 20, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PENSFORD.

PENSFORD.

Pleuro-Pnkumonia.—We regret to state that this disease has broken out on tho estate in tho occupation of Air. Thomas Barnes, at Bellutons near this villago. Three cows succumbed to tho attack. committeo under the Coutagious Diseases Animals Act met Alonday to consider the state
November 20, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Another largo ironclad ram of tons for Hie Turkish Government wo* launched, on Tuesday, from tlio Thames Ironworks, iilaokwull. Baltimore expects to pack 17,0)0.000 cam of peaches this season. There ar« between and houses engaged lu the '■ hnsi-jess, ami these employ between 15,
November 20, 1875 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England