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MUSICAL NOTES. The s

MUSICAL NOTES. The s

eason of Him Mary Lock's chamber concert* tor the season will terminate to-nigh:. interesting programme baa been prepared, including Schumann's Trio in F, op. 80; Beethoven's Sonata in G, op. 96 for piano and violin; and Dvorak's quartet E flat, op- 51, for the strings. Cyril wil
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
(Bath) Simon. Saturday.— George Kemp, al 15. Winifred Lane. Rub. ni , am . mooed for nam at Weaoo, the

(Bath) Simon. Saturday.— George Kemp, al 15. Winifred Lane. Rub. ni , am . mooed for nam at Weaoo, the

Sthinat. J. Will tor defendant. who pleaded not gnilty. P.(J. Willi, gave evidence the effect that beard defendant nee bad langnaga the door toe Ketreat lon, which defendant ™ knocking. plain and when oe informed defendant that ha was a defendant agaio cued bad language. The Cha
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TOPICS OF THE DAY.

TOPICS OF THE DAY.

10 PAGES- BOCOLUUNS. BRISTOL, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1902. The faner&l of the Rev. J. Mackie took place on Saturday afternoon at Parish Church. The Grand Master of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Bro. R. J. Vallender, visited Swindon on Saturday, and was received by the Mayor an
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
are asked draw attention the sale | of carriages, stock, and hones C. P. Billing Thursday next Clifton Park Slews.

are asked draw attention the sale | of carriages, stock, and hones C. P. Billing Thursday next Clifton Park Slews.

Thi«, being thorough high-class business, a favourable opportunity private carriage owners jobmaster* to secure vehicles and horses. Thbatrb Royal.—The sensational Drama |" Driven from Home" will be presented each evening this week, the Theatre Royal. Horfikld Urban District.—Th
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
COLLIERY WARNING.

COLLIERY WARNING.

The unsettled, damp state the weather prevalent of late, is now being replaced by conditions of an opposite character over the mining districts. Since the passage of Friday night's rain-bearing disturbance the barometer has been rising steadily, and a large anti-cyclone is advan
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RUNNING.

RUNNING.

THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. v. Thomas.—About 1,000 people were present at Rochdale athletic grounds when Collum Cardiff) and C. Thomas Edinburgh) met run half *.mile for £50 and the world's championship, which Culium is the bolder. Thomas was a strong favourite when the men appear
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LACROSSE.

LACROSSE.

i Wills Fairfield—Played Knowle last Saturday, and resulted a win for Wills eight goals to nil. Clitton v. Bristol.—These teams contested in splendid game on the Downs last Saturday, and although Bristol were short they bad men lent equalise. The attacking waa equally shared far
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Home Secretary has communicated with the High Sheriff of Sent, stating that has considered -be case of Harold Apted,

The Home Secretary has communicated with the High Sheriff of Sent, stating that has considered -be case of Harold Apted,

now iying ander sentence ' death at Maidstone gaol for the murder O'Rourke, and tees reason to recommend Majesty interfere with the course the law. Apted will accordingly banged to-morrow morning. painful scene was witnessed Brentford police when Emma Burton. wife j a signalman
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL COUNTY COURT.

BRISTOL COUNTY COURT.

SATURDAY.—Before his Honour Judge Austin. CONCERNING A CARGO MAIZE. Messrs Herskind and Co., owners of the Romola, claimed against Messrs R. and H. Adams, Ltd., for freight due for the carriage of cargo of maize in the plaintiffs' steamship Romola, from Solina to Bristol, of whi
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
STATE OF THE LABOUR MARKET IN FEBRUARY

STATE OF THE LABOUR MARKET IN FEBRUARY

The following memorandum has been prepared by the Labour Department of the Board of Trade for the 'Labour Gazette':— The general state of employment improved during February. Compared with a year ago there is some improvement in the coaL iron and steel, and cotton industries, bu
March 17, 1902 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England