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HUNTING.

HUNTING.

"■NORTH CHESHIRE: A BLAKbI DAI-v/ The North Cheshire hounds met at the well known > Farm, Tarpbrley. a Urge assemblage of county people ing, including the Duke of Westminster, Earl Lord and Lady Arthur (iroevenor, Sir Phillip and ton, and Mr. Henry Chaplin, M.P. An almost fog de
November 6, 1901 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

THE KEXT AU.mULIAN' TOUR. \ Tlie oeniemplated Australian tour being; certain Place next eeason. and there being a strong feeime of tbe Test Matches should be ployed at Sheffield th
November 6, 1901 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CABINET COUNCIL.

CABINET COUNCIL.

Lord Salisbury went to London from Hatfield yesterday afternoon for the purpose of presiding over the deliberations of the Cabinet and reached the Foreign Office about half-past three. There was joined by all the other nineteen members of the Cabinet, several of whom had come fr
November 6, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TEIGNMOUTH COUNCIL.

TEIGNMOUTH COUNCIL.

THE TORQUAY WATER SCHEME REJECTED. Teignmouth Council met yesterday, Colonel Morrison presiding. The Sanitary Committee reported that sum of money would be required on loan to carry out work at the sewage outfall.—The Surveyor pointed out that plans were prepared but were lost,
November 6, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

LONDON METALS.—Copper steady. £65 5s cash, 10s, three months. Tin firmer. Straits £114 5s cash, £106 l'Js, three months. English ingots £116 £117. Spelter 15s. Spanish lead £11 to lis 3d. spot English ditto £11 17s 6d £12. Scotch pig iron 54s 10id cash. LONDON DEAD MEAT.—Fair su
November 6, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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November 6, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
YESTERDAY'S FOG.

YESTERDAY'S FOG.

SEVERAL FATALITIES, TRAINS IN , COLLISION. . again la Bristol not dnetty lis pnr'iw* dky. Tb* pnnlonc* fog ia throaghoat th* pre*ta*M was .gain npsatsd. sad ateay aim a**idents Channel stilt rifcraMy laoocnoisMad May, as mis th* railway aatricet. Xswark, ynterday, H-trry Tcrarey
November 6, 1901 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL LAW CASE.

LOCAL LAW CASE.

ATTOBNEY-GENBBAL V. TOSKUJ. In Chancery Oiviaioa yaatarday, t»foro Mr J notice Kskowich, this action c*m* Cor hearing. aetioa waa brought *ad at th* relation Feuwith Sural District Coaneil a* plaintiffs against tha Bev. John Tonkin and the Anglo- Bavarian Brewery, Lisuted, whoaa
November 6, 1901 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GROWTH OF ROMAN CATHOLICISM.

GROWTH OF ROMAN CATHOLICISM.

CARDINAL STATEMENT. tut sight meeting the Catholic Truth Society WestminsMr, Cardinal said good au) Catholic, had recently =«m Mrej noJ.nc sstacks >oa. thai non-Catholic opponent.. bad Rood, however. fear that blaster. for it conTexaioa to Catholicism had incseasad. ucutata pact
November 6, 1901 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MEETING OF THE CABINET.

MEETING OF THE CABINET.

Lord Salisbury went to London from Hatfield yesterday afternoon for purpose of presiding over the deliberations of she Cabinet, and reached the Foreign Office about half-past three. Here he was joined by all the other members of the Cabinet, several of whom had come from long di
November 6, 1901 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England