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EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

A protracted meeting of the candidates nominated for the Newcastle School Board election was held o.i Monday to discuss 1 means of compromise. Alt erman S. W. H. Stephenson presided. In order to avoid a contest, rive candidates eventually agreed to retire. The old Board was comp
January 12, 1901 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A CONSCIENTIOUS VICAR.

A CONSCIENTIOUS VICAR.

A wedding was postponed at Scarborough Parish Church under unusual circumstances. Both bridegroom and bride put in a punctual appearance, but the former was so plainly the worse for liquor, and the woman's conduct was so unseemly, that the clergyman who was present to perform th
January 12, 1901 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOW TO CURE DEAFNESS.

HOW TO CURE DEAFNESS.

Many are the treatments which are nowadays prescribed for the cure of deafness. Some surgeoiio are wont to use the knife or lancet rather freely; others will bring into play all 6orts of instruments, probes, air-bags, apparatus for producing medicated vapours, and various other
January 12, 1901 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW STORY. NEW STORY. COMMENCING JAN. 19. COMMENCING JAN. 19. — \ THE PRICE OF SILENCE, THE PRICE OF SILENCE,

NEW STORY. NEW STORY. COMMENCING JAN. 19. COMMENCING JAN. 19. — \ THE PRICE OF SILENCE, THE PRICE OF SILENCE,

By W. G. TARRET, The Popular Author of "In Our Kailyard," " Illgotten Gold," " Fighting for Favour," " Lady Jean Gordon," " Temptation," &c. SOMETHING ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mr. W. G. Tarbet, though still a young man, has seen more phases of life than many much older than himself. His
January 12, 1901 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
M r M-t l Ll °yd, of the Albion Tube S Birmingham; the Lion Tube Works, Old Hill; d Coomb

M r M-t l Ll °yd, of the Albion Tube S Birmingham; the Lion Tube Works, Old Hill; d Coomb

- s Wood Work Halesowen have Purchased the Clvde.ide Tube Works, Coatbridge, are for the manufacture of cold-drawn tubes for boiler unrposes.
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

MEETING OF THE COUNTY CAPTAINS. The business discussed at. the meeting of - county captains at Lord's on Tuesday was of private character, and answer to enquiries ' Mr. Laoey (secretary of the M.C.C.) stated that there was information for the Press. Mr. Lacey added that the rlhr
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WAR ITEMS.

WAR ITEMS.

THE BOERS AT LADYSMTTH. The military authorities are taking rigorous precautions at Ladysmith, as reported that a number of are near that town. No visitors are allowed to the prisoners' camp. A SAD ANNIVERSARY. Last Sunday was the first anniversary of the great Boer assault on L
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.

WORCESTER COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.

Before Mr. F. J. A. Wood (chairman), Major Berkeley, and Aid. Holland. Drunk.—John Clayton, labourer, Newland, was fined ss. and 4s. costs for being drunk at> St. John's. P.C. Francis proved the case. Furious Driving. William Colley (19), groom, Corn Market, Worcester, was summo
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
INVASION OF CAPE COLONY.

INVASION OF CAPE COLONY.

BRITISH LOSSES AT NAATJWPOORT. , Details of the fighting at Naauwpoort show t that the British losses, far from being slight Renter's despatch asserted, were heavy—l 3 j killed and 31 wounded. THE BOERS PLANS. Some light on the Boer plans is shed by the statement the Dutch ex-Co
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
RATE COLLECTORSHIP AT WORCESTER.

RATE COLLECTORSHIP AT WORCESTER.

An adjourned meeting of the Worcester Board of Guardians was held yesterday afternoon, fca the purpose appointing a poor-rate collec- tor for South Claines district, in succession to Mr. George Bevington. Mr. J. V. Stallard was in the chair, and there were also present: Mr. H. B
January 12, 1901 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England