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FALKLAND LIGHT RAILWAY.

FALKLAND LIGHT RAILWAY.

DISSATISFACTION WITH PROPOSED ROUTE. meeting of the committee in charge of the preliminary arrangements for the constructing of a railway from Falkland Road to Falkland ■was held in the Public School —Mr Jackson presiding. Plans of alternative routes were before the meeting, and
April 17, 1905 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MINIATURE BISLEY.

MINIATURE BISLEY.

Conclusion of the Shooting at Exeter. The above interesting fixture was brought to ..close Saturday, when the concluding items of the programme were contested mideiv.— THE ASTOE. L. F. Micah, Dartford F. T. Gray, Queen-street Station 191 *F. J. Beal, Exeter City 190 B. H. Farend
April 17, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Esquimault Dismantled.

Esquimault Dismantled.

Victoria (8.C.), Saturday. The Admiralty orders for the reduction of the Esquiniault Naval establishment have now beer; completely carried out. The Naval harbour will henceforward be used for commercial purposes.—Renter.
April 17, 1905 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE TRUNK TRAGEDY.

THE TRUNK TRAGEDY.

THE POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION. RESULTS THE INVESTIGATION. Professor Pepper and Dr. Robertson, the divisional police surgeon, who on Friday conducted the postmortem examination the body one of the two children whose remains, with those their mother, Mts. Devereux, were found in a t
April 17, 1905 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
DEATH OF CANON CHOLMONDELEY. GLOUCESTERSHIRE RECTOR FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Canon the Hon. Henry Pitt Cholmondeley, who died Friday in

DEATH OF CANON CHOLMONDELEY. GLOUCESTERSHIRE RECTOR FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS. Canon the Hon. Henry Pitt Cholmondeley, who died Friday in

last week at Aidestrop Rectory, Chipping Norton, aged 84, was the third son the firtt Lord lame by his marriage with Henrietta, daughter Sir Watkin Williams Wynn. was born in June, 1820, and graduated from hrisfc Church, Oxford, 1340. In the follow ; year was elected to All Soul
April 17, 1905 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL EDITION. rHE LATE LORD MAYOR OF BIRMINGHAM. The funeral Mr. Berkeley, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, took place on Monday, and for a time business in the city was practically a standstill. The first portion the service was held at the Congregational Church, Mr. Chamberlain, m
April 17, 1905 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ACTION AGAINST THE BUTTERLEY COMPANY.

ACTION AGAINST THE BUTTERLEY COMPANY.

At Alfreten County Court, on Saturday, a special court was held by his Honour Judge Lindley before a James Bradley, foreman moulder, of Derby, aued Botterley Company for £20 for alleged breach contract, and the company put in a counter-claim for £50 for alleged damages through f
April 17, 1905 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LOOPING THE LOOP.

LOOPING THE LOOP.

"THE WHIRLWIND DEATH." MLLE. RANDAL'S LAST RIDE. (From the " Daily News" Correspondent.) Pari®, Sunday. The very title, " whirlwind of death," which advertises the "loop" performances of Mile. Marc-el lo Randal the Casino Paris, a condemnation the kind of feat in which the artis
April 17, 1905 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
mxA for BUTCHER'S BUSINESS for DISPOSAL, about miles from Derby; stabling, slaughterhouse, yard, and other conveniences.—Write D 11, Daily Telegraph,

mxA for BUTCHER'S BUSINESS for DISPOSAL, about miles from Derby; stabling, slaughterhouse, yard, and other conveniences.—Write D 11, Daily Telegraph,

Darby. BAKERS, Confectioners.—Genuine old family ' BUSINESS, 12 to 14 sacks; handsome fitted shop, good bakehouse, and living accommodation; horse and van; vendor would stop time with purchaser; ingoing valuation about £100.— H. Fairfield, 2, Newarke-streefc, Leicester. FOR SALE
April 17, 1905 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PORT OF MANCHESTER.

THE PORT OF MANCHESTER.

' h d April q° of ' 9th 15th, 1905 ! ■k?* '• ~ . a V 4, 2Qo •■ i Gj000 •• 7,500 •.'*•••. 42 . „ •• 2,725
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England