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JOKES OF THE PERIOD.

JOKES OF THE PERIOD.

(From Punch.) CARDINAL MANNING'S PRICRIMINCE. It does not need heraldic lore The Cardinal's place to find. Of course he'll always come before The ones who are behind. SARTORIAL EUPHUISM/I.—Measurements about the same as they need to be, Snippe ?—Yoe sir. Chest a trifle lower dow
September 3, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
(From Fun.)

(From Fun.)

Times Up ! He : I feel very jolly to night thoroughly wound up you know !—She (very sleepy) : I should have thought the contrary, for you don't seem to go ! Therms SHOT. —Angry Keeper (to Miffkins, who has accidentally put a pellet or two into favourite dog) : Weel, sir, ye'd ju
September 3, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
HOUSEHOLD HINTS.

HOUSEHOLD HINTS.

IT does not follow that sick persons are asleep because eyes remain closed ; they may be acutely conscious of all thst is passing in the room, though unable or unwilling to n.ake any sign; and nothing can be more nerveprovoking than hushing and whispering around and creaking on
September 3, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE _ OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890.

THE _ OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890.

SERIOUS COLLISION ON THE NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY. A serious collision happened on Thursday on the North British Railway at Milngavie Junction, the morning train from Milngavie running into a goods train which was shunting. Upwards of 30 passengers are hurt, but none are killed. Th
September 3, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
DUCKIANGTON

DUCKIANGTON

THZ CHURCH Bctus.—The belle of the parish church, which for years past have been in the most dilapidated condition, have been thoroughly restored, and a new treble added, making them a peal of six. The bells were opened on Sunday, Dec Bth, by the local ringers, with several six
January 15, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Alderman &mum, in response, said he was very proud to be their Chairman, and especially so in the dual capacity

Alderman &mum, in response, said he was very proud to be their Chairman, and especially so in the dual capacity

of Chairman of that pleasant convivial gathering, and also as Chairman of the Watch Committee. As they would remember, he had the pleasure of occupying the post some time previous, and only relinquished it with very great regret, because he was proud of the association, proud of
January 15, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
IN TERM THE OXFORD REVIEW

IN TERM THE OXFORD REVIEW

PUBLISHED at 3.30 o ' clock , 5.15 o'clock, and 6.30 o'clock EVERY AFTERNOON, except Fridays, when only One Edition is published at 6.30. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY.
January 15, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
HZYTHROP HOUNDS.

HZYTHROP HOUNDS.

To-day.... Saturday, TOR NICIT REEL. Bach day . at 10.45. Tangier .New Barn Aaeott Monday Wednesday, Friday......., Saturday.... Chapel Hou odse Tar Wo Byford Sturdy's Castle THE BICESTER HOUNDS. Thursday. Saturday. Mititrop Bridge .Prior's Marston (10 a.n2). At 11 cm. OLD BERKS
January 15, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CH ASTLETON.

CH ASTLETON.

CHOIR SCIPPER.—On the 2nd instant the annual supper to the choir and their friends was given at Chastleton Rectory. The night was bitterly cold, being a sharp frost, but this made the glow of warmth and light in the Christmas-bedecked hall, the well spread tables and the hearty
January 15, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE MUTINY ON H.M.S. EGERIA.

THE MUTINY ON H.M.S. EGERIA.

Inf or ma tion received on Tuesday from Sydney confirms the report of a mutiny having occurred on board H.M.S Egeria whilst in Australian waters, and as a result of the insubordination 23 of the crow were made prisoners. The information is dated the 3rd ult. It is said that the
June 18, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England