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BRAINTREE INFECTIOUS HOSPITAL.

BRAINTREE INFECTIOUS HOSPITAL.

A Fubtheb £1,000 Loan Reqoibbd Dr. 8. W. Wheaton, an Inspector to the Local Government Board, held an it qoiry at the Vestry Hall, Braintree, a few days back, as to the application by the Braintree Joint Hospital Board for sanction to borrow an additional £1,000 for the purposes
September 8, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
WALTON'3 EDUCATIONAL PROBLBM.

WALTON'3 EDUCATIONAL PROBLBM.

ADOPTION OF THB MANAGERS SCHEME BY ANOTHER PUBLIC MEETING. Is thb Pboposbd Sits Hbaliht ? At a public meeting of tbe owners and ratepayers of Walton-00-Naxe, held on July 3. to consider tbe best means of providing for the education of tbe increasing number of children, and compl
September 8, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
WEST BEKGHULT COTTAGERS' SHOW.

WEST BEKGHULT COTTAGERS' SHOW.

The Eleventh Exhibition. The eleverth annual cottager.' show >at West Bergholt took place ou Thursday afternoon las*, Sept. 6, in fine weatber. Tbe exhibition, winch was held in tbe Lodge Ground?, by kind permission <df Mr., Allan Mumlord, was wtll attended, and proved very; suc
September 8, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
MR. G. TAYLOR, OF CHELMSFORD,.AND HIS MOTOR BARGAIN;

MR. G. TAYLOR, OF CHELMSFORD,.AND HIS MOTOR BARGAIN;

MR. G. TAYLOR, OF CHELMSFORD, AND HIS MOTOR BARGAIN; Action is Bow County Court, Mr. George Taylor, engineer. B&nksidc Works, Chelmsford, recently brought an action in the Bow Cou. ty Court against Mr. H. W. Short, of Mile Eud. who, it was alleged, detained certain batteries incl
January 20, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Editor is not responsible for the opinions or state menti of his Correspondent**. Every commuuioa- tson intended for iusertiou mu'-t he Kccoaipi-uied by tbe real name and address of the writer ; not necessurily for publicition, but an a guarantee of good filth. We canuot ret
January 20, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
COLCHESTER POLICE COURTS

COLCHESTER POLICE COURTS

COUNTY.— Sept. 22. Before John Bateman, Esq. (chairman). Col. Lefroy, C. R. Gurney Hoar.-, aud J. D. Treinletr, Bsqi. THB " FIGHTING PARSON " AND THB ORGAN GRINDERS. X LIVELY SCUFFLK A.T WEST MERSKJ.. Jficliele Si'rcluo and Sapper Emideo di Carlo, organ grinders, were summoned f
September 29, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE BOOM IN LIBERAL.IMPERIALISTS.

THE BOOM IN LIBERAL.IMPERIALISTS.

THE BOOM IN LIBERAL IMPERIALISTS. WHAT IS THEIR POLICY? A few month* ago Mr. Raphael, the Liberal candidate for the Romford Division, was the only specimen of the Liberal Imperialist candidate. He was promptly kicked out of his candidature by the Liberals of the Division. They wo
September 29, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
OOLCHESTER.

OOLCHESTER.

Captain Holfobd's Bsagles. — Captain FTolfard's (7th Hussars) Foot Beagles were out tb* other morning tor tbe fink time this season. Mr Lager's land at Martell Hall, Ardleigh. wma drawn, •nd, bonods soon finding, tb* hare was pulled down in tbe open after a fast run of 20 minute
September 29, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
FRIDAY'S MARKETS.

FRIDAY'S MARKETS.

(By Telegraph.) MARK LANB. Skit. 28. Mark Lane quiet. English Wbeat a steady *ale,. White, 3K to 345. 6 I. pi rqr ; Foreigu and Amercaa Wheat qmet. Flour steady. Barley ui.ch*osed. Oata 3d lower. Ma-z . unchanged. Beans aud Peas H.-ra I cn L ils steady. Arrivals : - British : ??
September 29, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
GENERAL SIR W. F. GATACRE.

GENERAL SIR W. F. GATACRE.

REMARKABLE TRIBUTE TO HIS MILITARY SERVICE AND CHARACTER. Bt a Foa-sa Membbb or His Staff. General Gataci-'s name, such is the irony of fate, is, ou tbe part of most Englishmen at the moment, connected with little else than the disaster at Storra- berg. Concerning that disaster
April 28, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England