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BRADFORD CORPORATION BILL.

BRADFORD CORPORATION BILL.

BRA DFORD) CUR)pRVAT ION BILL. THE COMA:NUTPEE AND 'TE GAS SCTIE2IIES. (F1IO-M1 A LONDON Plt'lOIrTEn) D k'tlis bill ws 3tZyeskrday further consldered bV the . Aolica~ and sarl~car- lCoinn'litt". oc tile I-louse o" C~orn- - trons ?? over by Lord Edmiond Fitzn-saurice, when the hea
April 7, 1900 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

Da-mage amounting to £12,030 has been done by flre to Mfc&sh's Granary, Perh. At Enfield, on Monday, Henry Grovc was comitted for trial on the charge of murdersing Elcrv Smith, 73, by attacking hin. wi-th two scythes on o-braury 24¢th. At a, meeting in Ca.pe Town on Tue.dsy 20,0
April 7, 1900 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OUR HOME CIRCLE.

OUR HOME CIRCLE.

rALZ WIORETS RESEV3D.] OUR HOME CIRCLEo I NOT'ES AND HINTS BY A LADY. I FICK1LE FASMION -EXISTING MoDES- SLEEVES -A FRENCH TENDENCY -HAIR-BLEACHING -A PRETTY ADORNMENT -SERGE CoLO-URs -LACE COLLARS - ANTiciPATING EASTER-SEASONABLE RECIPES. Opinion hangs in the balance where the s
April 7, 1900 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PRO-BOER HUE AND CRY.

PRO-BOER HUE AND CRY.

PRO-BOER HUE AN-D CRY. At '.MJarLborough Street. London, on Monday, Gests Hacker, 26, of no ocoupation, living in Litti Ma- . bone Street, W., was charged with assautling G Wright, art enrand boy, living in Great Titcie,6 Street. The prosecutor stated thas at abour fiveo cl:ck 's
April 7, 1900 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

PEARSON CHARITY CUP BMU-FIKAL. COLCHEBTBB TOWN v. CLACTON. At the Recreation Ground, Colchester, before a good crowd. Colchester— Holt, goal ; Polley and Moore, backs ; Downiug, Clark, aud PeUe, halves ; Leaning sua Lawton, right ; Bloom, centre ; Mauuniug and Goa- neli, left. C
April 7, 1900 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
•I • A . PUR IV ELl —^^" UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL FURNISHER AND CREMATOR F,nl , & \ IGH ST REET,

•I • A . PUR IV ELl —^^" UNDERTAKER, FUNERAL FURNISHER AND CREMATOR F,nl , & \ IGH ST REET,

RYDE, IW ?? Cr «™tions personally conducted "and arrangements completed in any part of the United Kingdom. Telegrams—" Pueneix, Ryue." Telephone— ol43, Ryde. HOOPER & SON, FISHMONGERS. POULTRY AND GAME DEALERS, 9, 10, 11, Pier Street, Rvde, Have a constant supply of BEST FISH FR
April 7, 1900 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
THE SIEGE OP LADYSMITH.

THE SIEGE OP LADYSMITH.

KECORD ?? EVENTS ————— ' r WRITTEN BY JOHN STUART, OUR WAR CORRESPONDENT.* TAKING OF THE GUNS. ?? . LADYSMITH, Dec. 12. « nac is the mo.se delightful incident of a long Voyage on si summer sea if it be not the incident that tells you of its approaching end ? You have | enjoyed a
April 7, 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS EXHIBITION.

THE PARIS EXHIBITION.

An excellent idea of the majjuiticaut preparations that have been made for the Paris Exhibition is to be obtained from the description*, illustrations, and plans that have j been supplied to the Pali Mall Magazine by M. A. Barthelemy, who further remarks that "it is evident that
April 7, 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE FUTURE OF THE PAPACY.

THE FUTURE OF THE PAPACY.

WRITTEN BY FRANK HIRD. To those enlightened and enthusiastic souls who, while they prayed and strove for the unification of ! a distraught Italy, saw idealised visions of a j cleansed and glorified Roman Catholic Church ] dwelling side by side in harmonious relation with a i Con
April 7, 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL DESPATCEES.

OFFICIAL DESPATCEES.

We hava received the following official despatches from the War Olfa'ce and the Admiralty : GENERAL VILLEBOIS KILLED. From Lord Roberts to the Secretary of State for War. ELOEMFONTEIN. APRIL 5, 11.20 P.M. Lord Mcthuen telegraphs from Boshof today : " Surrounded General Yilleboia
April 7, 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England