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PRINCE'S THEATRE.

PRINCE'S THEATRE.

31 MiR JAMES CHUTE'S BENEFIT. d Mr James Chute's benefit and the last night of the d pantomime attracted as usual an audience which d crowded the house in every part. The Mayor and e Mayoress and party and Sir Joseph Weston were f among those who occupied seats in the dress circ
February 20, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL VOLUNTEER DIARY.

BRISTOL VOLUNTEER DIARY.

TO-DAY. ARTILLERY-8 p.m., gymnastio class. ENGINEEX1s-7.30 pm,, ambulance class. RIFLES-7,30 p~m., F and I, company drill with arms; recruit drill. 8 p.m., bugle band practice. AFPrIOACHING MA11BIAGEs.-Among the marriages, arranged to take place this week is that of Mr Palairet
January 30, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
District News.

District News.

Vot-ritct ?? el"s, I ?? BATH. The remains of -the late Mr William Bash were I' interred on .Saturday, afternoon, at Looksbrook y cemetery, r- In tlhe Weston police court. on Sartndqy -the only' a cae bfor th bech as ne n which Albert Wood- *anoned for 'having obstructed the pathw
January 30, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Athletics.

Athletics.

4ttiette. CRICKET. Reports of mateilh5 'layed by Bristol and Clifton olube are subject to a ?? od for merely.tha totals in each innings ls 1W fort *bfuli score in paragraph form; 2s Gd for the score set oudt iliaos; and 3d for challenges. YORKSHIRE V, AUSZRALIANS. At Bradford yes
June 28, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
STRANGE ACT OF A TRADESMAN.

STRANGE ACT OF A TRADESMAN.

| ?? AUT VUl' A J&WJVji3VI,&t4. CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. At the Bristol police court yesterday, before Messrs George Wills and F. J. Fry, Thomas Warren, of 5G, Hampton park, an elderly man, who appeared in the dock with the top of his head covered with plaister, and who seem
June 28, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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CREW'S HOLE.

CREW'S HOLE.

The congregation of St. Aidan's Mission Church have presented the Rev E. J. Franklin and Mnr Franklin with a handsome breakfast service and silver pencil case, on their leaving the work of the mission for the parish of Whitchurch, Somerset, BRADFORD.ON-AVON. At the monthly polic
June 28, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO LIBERAL UNIONISTS.

TO LIBERAL UNIONISTS.

Mr Frederic Harrison addresses to the Dissentientol a powerfal appeal-in the Conrtemporary for Doeember, We extract; the ?? :-You are fain 'to beiiev6 1i that the cause of morality, justice, and honour ressts. p b in these latter days with -you; 'that among the fabith- ai less y
November 30, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL BAPTIST MEETINGS.

BRISTOL BAPTIST MEETINGS.

?? -i L --L2- ?? -- ! ?? so Yesterday the district meetings in connection with it the Bristol Baptist Assooiation were held at Philip Yt . Street Chapel, Bedminster, At a conference in the t afternoon, the Rev sH. Moore presided, and there were t also ?? Revs Dr Calross, G. Jarm
November 30, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FRIENDLY SOCIETY DINNER.

FRIENDLY SOCIETY DINNER.

PRESENTATION. Last night, in connection with the Bristol Conference of the Rational Sick and Burial Assooia. tion, a dinner was held at the Royal hotel, under the presidency of Mr Mark WhitwiU,. Amongst those present were the Hon. and Rev J. S. Northoote, the Rev C. B, Cornish,
May 24, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHEPHERDS' A.M.C.

SHEPHERDS' A.M.C.

Business was resumed again yesterday morning at Dundee, Bro. Wright Wkood presiding. On Tuesday evening a grand banquet was given in honour of the delegates attending the AM.C. at the Queen's hotel. Ex.Provost Dallingall (Deputy Lieutenant of Farfar- shire) presided, supported b
May 24, 1888 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England