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THE ALLEGED BARBARITIES BY BRITISH TROOPS.

THE ALLEGED BARBARITIES BY BRITISH TROOPS.

I- OFFICIAL STATEMENT, it The Press Association has received from the ( Aborigines Protection Society the following copy of correspondence :- D ?? Office, August 28. a a Sir,-With reference to your letter of June 4th last, n calling attention to a communication signed by John e
September 1, 1879 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MONMOUTHSHIRE. AND SOUTH

MONMOUTHSHIRE. AND SOUTH

jUtcfign. VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDIEO LAND. HOBFIELD, NBAS BRISTOL. AfKSaBS. H. PARGUS A 00. Will SELL AUCTION, SALEROOM. No. 4. CLARE- foUswlAf ValoAbla FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND: ™ IBa Count* Oloucestar, contalnlog aaaa toads ana awl mow fl»-oeeopAtton Ur. The iMsd la bj now toAd,
September 2, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SWINDON CORN MARKET.

SWINDON CORN MARKET.

Owing to the fine weather, there was email attendance of farmtrs, consequently there very little buiaeaa done.
September 2, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
lER 2, 1879.

lER 2, 1879.

Bath.— the Bristol mkbouey DAILY / MAY OBTAINED Mr. CRUMP, Bookseller, New Bond-street* : : Mr. NASH. Unloo-pMMge, _A^I)_OF AND NEWSAGENTS.
September 2, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HEAVY LOSSES 05 TRADE.

HEAVY LOSSES 05 TRADE.

HEAVY LOSSES TRADE. The final meeting of the shareholders in the Albion Steel-wire Company was held yesterday, the CntlersV. hall, Sheffield. Mr. Edward Nevsum, the laid the report before the meetfcg, showing that the: capital of the company (1150,0(0) had been lost, and creditor
September 2, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
L MERCURY AND DAILY

L MERCURY AND DAILY

MERCURY AND DAILY telegram from Constantinople states that meeting of the Turco-Greek Frontier Commission, held Sunday, the protocol of the Treaty of Berlin relating Greece was accepted the Porte, but with important reservations. A telegram from Alexandria to the London Standard
September 2, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
fW7io!e*ak and Retail)

fW7io!e*ak and Retail)

CoBDKUX, SONS, & CO., “THE BARTON WAREHOUSE," 81 Jama? Barton, BRISTOL, Sdpbriob Tailoring. as moderate prices. A* T. * 1. HUNTER'S, 13, CASTLE STREET, BRISTOL. [3 •J£IKGCOME & gON. BALK OF SUMMER DRAPER?. Money discount. & SON II6M gOtK AGKNTARdIg^.aOHUEOHILL. ••SMITH- (BOSION)
September 5, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE BRIST

THE BRIST

earione tepemaa sen land.-bst prevailed In colontal minds. .The only object of the oolonlste -was got control over these people for tbrir asm good and tbs good toe generally. proposal bad beam made to tbs Toado obiof, Umunlkels, nor was it fat the mind of toe Oovemmont nuke any
September 5, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE STORY OF AN ELOPEMENT.

THE STORY OF AN ELOPEMENT.

A correspondent writes the GlaiGoic . Thursday last {2oth) a gentleman residing in the west-end the City of Glasgow engaged trace his daughter, who had left her home that morning, taking with her fair allowance of cash, also moat of her cloth, while her lather was away the city,
September 5, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BT. PHILIP’S VESTBY MEETING

BT. PHILIP’S VESTBY MEETING

BT. PHILIP’S MEETING A veatfy jneeticg was held yesterday the old workhouse, St. Philip's, for the purpose of appointing meoabera of the Burial Board ia the room Messrs, Sanndora, E. IT. Etdgway, and H. Sutton, whose term of office expired the 3rd inst.; also appoint anditonr. Mr
September 5, 1879 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England