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N OTIC E. MR. A. J. SURGEON DENTIST 8.R.1T. THE LATE DUO STREET, NEAR THE CROSS? GLOUCESTER. MODERATE CHARGES. ADVICE

N OTIC E. MR. A. J. SURGEON DENTIST 8.R.1T. THE LATE DUO STREET, NEAR THE CROSS? GLOUCESTER. MODERATE CHARGES. ADVICE

FREE. pCRGKKT REPLETE WITH MODERN IMPROVEMENT. Telephone No. 20. GREGORY'S ANNUAL WINTER SALE. ' T. R. GREGORY will offer, during this month, his slock of GENERAL DRAPERY at reduced prices. Special cheap lines in-Millinery, Fur- Capes, Jackets, Coats, and Skirts, Water- p:oofs,
January 4, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
MIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DKAIHS. BIRTHS. Davies December 31, at BirdwooJ-house, Churcham, the wife of J. Davits, of son. - .

MIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DKAIHS. BIRTHS. Davies December 31, at BirdwooJ-house, Churcham, the wife of J. Davits, of son. - .

Hiqgs—December 7, Durban, Natal, the wife Martin Htanger of a son. MAKUIAGES. SCHOI.BS-HALK-Decemb. r 26Tnt St. fflUl Parish Chnrch, Gloucester, by the Rev. J- • tartest son of Thomas Paul s-road. GlonceeteT, to May, eldest daughter or the late F.rtwm Hal». Sr-uEi.fc—Hewlett— De
January 4, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
LEYTON. YOUNG WIFE'S SAD DEATH.

LEYTON. YOUNG WIFE'S SAD DEATH.

On Friday, Leytou Town Hall, Dr. Ambrose, coroner, resumed an inquiry into the. death Elizabeth charlotte I'oulton, aged 23. wife Clarence H. corn merchant, Francisroad, Lcytou, who died on Dec. 12th after conliucnieut. After exhaustive inquiry, the jury arrived at the conclusio
January 4, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

GREAT WELCOME—YESTERDAY. Lcrd Roberts returned to England from Soutl , yesten!ay, i.ad agrcatveicume at Southampton ani in Lonuon. His landing vri.fi delayed icr Lour aud half by the Kg The Freedom tiie Borough Southaxnptoi was firs'- com erred upon oim. Responding his Lordship
January 4, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ROMFORD.

ROMFORD.

PETTY SESSION, Justices present—Alfred caair>. G. and Dowsing, Esqrs. THE AY WITH VIOLENCE. —w, a ia:»ourer, Collier liOff ; privates tae -*-ii •, Hegimout, at were oa remand bc«ug coLceraed together stealing apun>e and several coins the person bcruhiirt a fciiuuy. vvitii violen
January 4, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
PENRHYN'S TERMS REJECTED,

PENRHYN'S TERMS REJECTED,

With regard the Penrhyn quarries dispute ballot, papers issued to the quarrymeu were counted at yesterday, the result being 1,707 against th*e terms offered by Lord Penrhyn, and for them adverse majority of 1,600. spoilt votes numbered 89.
January 4, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BRITISH SHIPMASTERS' ASSOCIATION

BRITISH SHIPMASTERS' ASSOCIATION

From ihe report of the British Shipmasters' Association find that for the year ending 30lh "ovember, 384 members paid their subscriptions, compared with 392 the previous year. The gross lucome was £518 18s Bd, and the net income £175 lid. Tlie number of deaths was nine, and the
January 4, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WATCH-NIGHT SERVICES, TO THE EDITOR THE DAILY MAIL." 9ib, —"Docker's" letter in to-night's "Mail" tends to give one the impression

WATCH-NIGHT SERVICES, TO THE EDITOR THE DAILY MAIL." 9ib, —"Docker's" letter in to-night's "Mail" tends to give one the impression

that watch-night services are held expressly for the purpose of taking oollection. attendfd a snrvioe at Dansam-lane Wosleyan Chapol last Monday night, and no collection wais taken there, and inquiry I find it waa not an isolated ease. As for "bigoted parsons" and others, I thin
January 4, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
OVER TWENTY ONE THOUSAND SHILLINGS.

OVER TWENTY ONE THOUSAND SHILLINGS.

"MAIL" WAR THE NEED CONTINUES. 'The amount already acknowledgedis -O. Corn —^2M> Collected at the Cromwell Hotel, per*; Mr Pickard (4-th instalment) Collected at mooting of the and District Recreation and Kindred Societies' Amalgamation, held at Royal Sovereign, after G. Marshal
January 4, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT ACT, 1887.

DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT ACT, 1887.

The following Deeds of Arrangement were this {week filed at the Central Office, London: Coll in son. William, Saturday Market, and 1, Granvi'.le-terraee, Peveriey, hatter and hosier.— Liabilities unsecured, £1.729 estimated net assets. £1,537 15s 2d. Filed December 27. Trustee,
January 4, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England