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KNOWLE HORSE SHOW.

KNOWLE HORSE SHOW.

At Knowle Horse Show there wfcre 22 classes, aud over 200 entri-as. Triton, owned Dy Mr. Brookes, of Bromsgrove, came down when jumping, and rolled ov>er the rider, who seemed to be soriously hurt, but he quickly Iv the Shire class Mr. H. Lee's Thelma, a mare which had a success
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
FAMOUS BELL TOWER FALLS.

FAMOUS BELL TOWER FALLS.

The campanile of St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice, 98 metres high, fell down on Monday morning on to the Piazza. It collapsed where it stood, and is now a heap of ruins. The Cathedral and the Doge's Palace have suffered, buJ only a corner of the Royal Palace was damaged. It is belie
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CIVIC HONOURS.

CIVIC HONOURS.

KITCHENER'S CHARACTERISTIC SPEECH Lord Kitchener and staff were awaited at Hartley Institute by a large assemblage, including the member.? of the corporate body and Mayors of the neighbouring municipalities. The reception accorded particularly to Lord Kitchener, General Sir John
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
AN ANTI-EDUCATION BILL.

AN ANTI-EDUCATION BILL.

TUB (Sfrronkle, FRIDAY. JULY 18, IH2. I Changes are being made in the Education Bill as it passes through Committee of the House of Commons, and these have in some cases been improvements upon the original proposals, but they do not touch the essence of the measure. ' What happe
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ST. SWITHIN'S DAY.

ST. SWITHIN'S DAY.

Tuesday was a fdiay of dreadful or joyful omen, being no less than St. Swithin's Day. On July 15, 971, that is, 108 years after his death, the remains of Swithin (who, as a matter of fact, lias never been canonized) were removed from their resting place in the churchyard of the
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
"SNAPSHOTTER" AND THE KING

"SNAPSHOTTER" AND THE KING

An elderly gentleman, describing himself as a journalist, sought the advice of Mr Marsham at Bow-street on Wednesday. He said l that on Tuesday, just as the King was leaving Buckingham Palace, ne attempted ib take a photograph of his Majesty's carriage for publication ia one of
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
EXECUTION AT WORCESTER

EXECUTION AT WORCESTER

1 FOXLYDIATE MURDER. £ i MIDDLETON PAYS THE PENALTY. \ Samuel Middleton (45), was executed at Worcester * Prison, at eight o'clock on Tuesday morning, for the ! * murder of his wife at Foxlydiate, near Redditch, on , May 10. | 1 Shortly before a quarter to eight a little knot i
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SHRAWLEY FETE.

SHRAWLEY FETE.

The 19th annual fete and sports in connection with Court Pride of Shrawiey was held at that parish on Monday, in beautiful weather. The celebrations commenced in the morning, when the members assembled at the New Inn, Shrawley, and, headed by the Worcester Artillery Band, marche
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
KIDDERMINSTER BANKRUPTCY COURT.

KIDDERMINSTER BANKRUPTCY COURT.

Two debtors cam© before Mr. Registrar Talbot sitting ail the Kidderminster Bankruptcy Court on Monday. In each case the Official Receiver (Mr. E. Percy Johnson) examined the debtors, who were represented' by Mr. Spencer Thursfield. STOURPORT DEALER'S FAILURE. Edmund Pearce Cook,
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
them was to send them to an industrial school or training ship. The Bench decided to remand the boys until

them was to send them to an industrial school or training ship. The Bench decided to remand the boys until

Monday next that arrangements might be made for sending them to a training ship. Mr. Webb expostulated with the parents of the boys for their neglect in not keeping them under proper control. This, he said, was the second son which Marshall had had in the same position, one havi
July 19, 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England