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CHARGES AGAINST THE WORKHOUSE MASTER.

CHARGES AGAINST THE WORKHOUSE MASTER.

On Friday, Mr. Preston Thomas, Local Government Inspector, held an inquiry in the Board Room of Wellington Workhouse, respecting two complaints made against the master of Wellington Workhouse, Mr. W. H. Dawes, it being alleged that he struck and kicked an imbecile inmate, named
November 14, 1901 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
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November 14, 1901 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

Wanstead Park Club.—C. Raison, with net, the monthly medal. Open Am tun Tournament Chingfobd.— The open amateur golf tournament, promoted the Corporation London, lor the respective values oi £10 and was commenced Chingiord ou Saturday, The second round 10 be played to-morrow.
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
EARLS COLNE.

EARLS COLNE.

Celebbatino the •'Fifth." —On the evening of tlie ••fiftn" a proceseiou of about 100 uiasqueraders, headed Earls Brass hand, and carrying torches, started from the White Hart luu. aud paraded the parish. A bonfire was lighted Mr. Mottram's meadow. Tnere was a good display of fir
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BRADWELL-ON-SEA.

BRADWELL-ON-SEA.

Sudden Death.—John Gomm, aged 56, gardener Brad well Rectory, died very suddenly during Sunday night. He was at church during the day, and seemed in his usual health, but at about 3-30 on Monday morning his wife awoke and him rubbing his hand and groaning. He died soon afterward
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
EPPING.

EPPING.

URBAN DISTKICr COUNCIL, Not. 6. Present—Dr. C. Hurford (chairman). Mr.C. Cottis (vice-chairman): Messrs. C. L. Suual, Sworder, and a. Eairrence; with the Clerk, Mr. G. J. Creed; the surveyor, Mr. (jaius WiiiUiu; ana the Sanitary Inspector. Mr. G. 11. am. Highway Matters. —1: was
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARKET REPORTS.

MARKET REPORTS.

! MARK-LAN U, MoNUAr. ! English wheat firm but slow. Americta reds tuiiy in sellers" favour. > 1 Grinding barley firm. Oats again ueartr since last Monday. Flat 6d dearer, and round • corn advanced week. Wkdsksoat. English wheat 6d firmer since last Mcndiy. reds 6d iisgtier sinc
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
GREAT SHOW OF WINTER JACKETS & MANTLES. THE NEWEST FASHIONS. IMMENSE STOCK AT ALL PRICES. 411, 611, 8/11, 106, 12/11,

GREAT SHOW OF WINTER JACKETS & MANTLES. THE NEWEST FASHIONS. IMMENSE STOCK AT ALL PRICES. 411, 611, 8/11, 106, 12/11,

15/9, 18/11, 21/-, & UPWARDS. J. CROWE & CO., Ltd., BRENTWOOD & WABLEY.
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
PLACES VACANT—Coxtd. GIRL: Respectable, healthy GIRL. 15-13. for housework; good home wages; •are paid. Brice. Las: Fiuchley. Louduu, N. GIRL

PLACES VACANT—Coxtd. GIRL: Respectable, healthy GIRL. 15-13. for housework; good home wages; •are paid. Brice. Las: Fiuchley. Louduu, N. GIRL

(strong, REQCII:ED. for house work iu small character. Apply Primrose-road, South Woodford. GIUL: WANTED, respectable GIRL. Kith good cu-iracier, to ueip with housework; ! kepi; lamely; good home. .Mrs. Lrook. Caruaby-st., Loudon, \V. c! 65 ILL WANTED, age 15-16, to assist Gener
November 8, 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SUNDERLAND.

SUNDERLAND.

The gale rageil with great fury at Smulerlaud, where much damage was done to property ashore and afloat. During the afternoon three vessels were driven ashore, two at Sunderland and one at Whitburn, two miles north. Shortly after noon the rehooner Harriett, of Goole, from Hridpo
November 13, 1901 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England