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BARTON REGIS BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BARTON REGIS BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BARTON REGCIS: 6B OLD' L4aU'A'N S. The weekly peeting of this boiard was held yesterday at; the Workhous'e, tiatvilie, MXi . 'Yalland presiding, 'ana'l Mr C. Garton ocoupying the vice-.hairi. There were ?? ?? rontie,' M wiss'Wiukwoth, Miss'-Woollam, Miss Clifford,, the' Bv ?? W,.
February 13, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FOUNDATION CEREMONY AT CHIPPING SODBURY.

FOUNDATION CEREMONY AT CHIPPING SODBURY.

T f INI Ye-ers, artrnoiiMr1] BeWar" b. 1here tis inabillity -oafn s ion eandI a is bin g, erecte in'e in In st1 -a ?? tied ch1ae." A ?? Gothic- deinls been furishd th cntract is being. Carried outb ess oc n W&ic more ihan ?? hasefioadyienasd h d~ will be of pennanit stone, with f
February 13, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE PIMLICO MYSTERY.

THE PIMLICO MYSTERY.

THlE PVIMLICO MYSTERY. -MRS'. BATLETT IN THE DOCK. Mrs Adeliide Jtartlett, 30, a respectably dressed woanan, 'of ladylike appearance, was brought up in custody before fir Parthidge, at the Westmilister Police Court, yesterday afternoon, charged with causing thedeath of her husban
February 13, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

yr)i3; -Al'JON IT-lEEN WARBIhOUSE." ,EDK. LOPl)EUX, SONS, & CO., St. Ac cac 1s's BcirILIU.z B1?ISTOL. LU]\t ( tI iUrliS AND CALICOES. idccu cc uci lilii" ?? regardel -is of cii' ,, cciomr* ci, FfljljK. CO lD , SO 1hc4I~iI ,111 ed LON U COTlanCAl ;til , hoineolc ?? k;nown. They ar
March 16, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BURGLARY IN LONDON.

BURGLARY IN LONDON.

Before Mr Partridge, at the Westminster Police Court, yesterday afternoon, Janes Thompson, 38, of seafarlng appearance and described as a lighterman, Nottlg hill, wao obarged on remand with belng. oocuorned with two other men not In custody in broaking and entering the dwelling
January 1, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BRISTOL GUERAL BU1LDING 80OEYC Eftablihed 1865. Incorporated 1876. ALL INVESTING AND ADVANCED REARES Issued now will participate Insa ful year's Bonusto end of February, 18E6. Advances made On Lands or Houses. Cost of olrt. gage and Surey nald by the Society. ?? five to 21 rears.
January 1, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE HOME RULE QUESTION.

THE HOME RULE QUESTION.

TUE HOM~E RUsLE:-QUESt-ION Sir Oharles Duke, speaking at Rug:b iO night, dawait upon tho importance of constituting a ilotough system of local government In Entlband, dco~Tahd, Iroland, and Wales, Hi thought thal Mg Tievelyl'o -vliew polhted to the adoption foi Ifelatd of that by
January 1, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE MABEL.

THE LOSS OF THE MABEL.

.THE LOSS O0 THE MABlRj. The only hope left now with reference to the crew of the barque Mabel seems to lie In the oandce that she might have beon In ?? with a foreign 4utgelng steamew from Cardiffe and that Rome of the unfortunate seilors might have been rescued and tkeu on earl
January 8, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

.3mpertat larhament I [BY TELERGA.PE.) IN THE HOUSE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTI Housn OF COMMONS, WEDNEBSDAYt Mr Sexton, having said a good thing, should have let well alone. This afternoons however, he resur- reoted his joke founded upon Lord Randolph Churchill's visit to Irel
February 25, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Our Agricultural Letter

Our Agricultural Letter

Out Auttultural Skitter I j . i THE SHRE HORSE SHOW.-PROPOSED SYSTEM OF LICENSING STALLIONS.-No DEPENDENCE ON TRAVELLING STALLIONS, - LANDLORDS PRO- VIDING STALLIONS FOR THEIR TENANTRY.- PROPOSED WORK OF THE HUNTERS IMPROVE- MENT SOoIETY.-NEw ACTION OF THE FARMERS' ALLIANOE.-THE
February 25, 1886 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England