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THE SERVIAN TRAGEDY.

THE SERVIAN TRAGEDY.

POPULAR WELCOME. COOL TREATMENT OF MINISTERS. King Peter made his entry into Ins capital at ten o'clock on Wednesday morning. cannon rang out from the fort as the train crossed the bridge over the Save, amiouncing the return of the exile after 45 years. The Diplomatic Corps wait
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ENGLISH CLUB IN PARIS

ENGLISH CLUB IN PARIS

rumour had been current that in view of the new regulations concerning gaming houses, the Paris Prefectu-ie of Police had ordered among other clubs the English club in the Chaussee d'Antin to be closed. Some members of tbe club stated that the club had been closed with the full
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Soluble Soap Powder jfij&tWm\m\\\ Wn,C mKk mlijy P° disinfectant and deodoriser has been incorporated. H© may be used in powder

Soluble Soap Powder jfij&tWm\m\\\ Wn,C mKk mlijy P° disinfectant and deodoriser has been incorporated. H© may be used in powder

or solution. Sprinkle ir about where a suspicious smell is detected-in lavatories.sicKrooms. cesspools, sewers. &c. H© for disinfecting & bedclothes. &c, to guard against .Where Q© is used microbes die. and there is little C/ chance of infection, combines a soap & germicide; it
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
FROM THE "LONDON GAZETTE."

FROM THE "LONDON GAZETTE."

NOTICES OF DIVIDEND. Benjamin Benbow Finney, Collington, Hereforihh.re. end Kye, Worcestershire, farmer;* ftnt and final, ss. Id. the pound, payable Jun« Charles Thomas Underhill, Quaeres!ev -"each Worcester, builder: first and final. 3s. Id. thfl pourd, payable June 29. ADJUDIC
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER SUMMER ASSIZES.

WORCESTER SUMMER ASSIZES.

Monday. These Assizes were opened at the Monday, before Justice Bruce. The following sworn the Gra.nl Jury: ■Mr. J. w. Willis Bund (Foreman), Sir Richard Harington, Sir H. F. Laml>ert, Coi. Hudson, Jfejor Gaiton, Messrs. E. A. Broome, C. P. Noel, Woodward, R. V. Berkeley, F. W.
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
COLONEL CODY'S JEWELS

COLONEL CODY'S JEWELS

William Puzey (20), a native Windsor, was charged at Dudley, on Monday, with robbing Ctlcnel Cody, while the Wild West Show was tbat town last Wednesday. It was stated tbat the accused, who was Col. Cody's valet, absconded witb a sum of money, a diamond pin. a pair of diamond cn
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SUICIDE AT STOURPORT.

SUICIDE AT STOURPORT.

James Fort (51), has been found dead at Stourport under circumstances which point suicide. Deceased, who was an ironworker employed at Messrs. Baldwin and Kendrick's I Foundry, lived alone Severn road, StourpoTfc. was last seen ahve Monday at 6 a.m.j the house remained closed th
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday. Lord Camperdown called attention to intimation from Germany in regard to the granting of preferential tariffs by Canada to Great Britain, and moved for papers. Lord Lansdowne said the papers were being prepared, and would be pnesented m~a_ few days. Lord
June 27, 1903 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SCHOOLBOY HUMOUR.

SCHOOLBOY HUMOUR.

Here • schoolboy's version et the parable of the certain man who made • great supper and bade many: Aud these men would not comis,hat they made all Mom excuses which wasa't worth hemming to. (Mr of them said he tooldit ovine bemuse he wanted top that night and look at • peace of
June 23, 1903 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
BRIDGING THE ZAMBESI.

BRIDGING THE ZAMBESI.

The Cleveland Bridge end Engineering Company. Limited. of Darlington, hate seeureo the for the of ••bridge over the Victoria Falls, Zambesi Elver, East Africa. These falls. which are the chief physical feature of the Zambesi. are admitted to be one of the noblest waterfalls in t
June 23, 1903 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England