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A 'NOVEL JUDGMENT.

A 'NOVEL JUDGMENT.

Th&'jnry were absent for three-parts of hour, and then retnrned into coart sayine they were unable The foreman said were divided as two-thirds one way and third the other, and they wondered whether the parties oodla not arrive settlement*. Mr Emanuel said that was not the usual
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE WESTERN DAILY PRESS, BRISTOL, WEDNESDAY. JTJL *<—Rp—wfao are very maeb • man m*y own small paen of land, bob

THE WESTERN DAILY PRESS, BRISTOL, WEDNESDAY. JTJL *<—Rp—wfao are very maeb • man m*y own small paen of land, bob

tb© reply Shat net while to pqj, machinery into ™ ."y* small properties. UndocrbuxCy the most serioos objection the ■ahoie clause is that which was stated by Sir John Dickson-Poynder. 'Hie ooneeasioaß, however valuable, not get rid the difficulty that costly and elaborate system
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BURNHAM.

BURNHAM.

Much regret is expressed the death Mr Charles Clatworthy, well-known townsman, who passed away on Tuesday morning. In the Wesleyan church Mr Clatworthy was held in great esteem, and time of his death was a steward and trustee. For very many years was the head of a local departme
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HORPIELD MATTERS.

HORPIELD MATTERS.

Mr A. P. I. COTTER ELL'S name was upon the agenda respecting two resolutions relating to Horfield Common, and said he had memorial to present from very large mass meeting nearly 2.000 persons. held florfield Common. would suggest that those matters taken next, after the quarterl
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE, OFFICIAL DAILY PRICE LIST,

BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE, OFFICIAL DAILY PRICE LIST,

the Bristol Stock Exchange, yesterday, the tendency in the railway sections was generally downward. Home railways were easy. London and North Western, 136; Great Western, 121); Midland Dei., 67j; North Eastern, 128; Great Eastern, 621; Brighton, 88); Caledonian Def., 24); Chatha
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
METHODIST CONFERENCE AT PLYMOUTH. RESIDENTIAL ADDBESB. annual, con fniwocn of Ihe« Vnilcd t'htirrti opened at*Bl>rinirton Street yeelewtUy momm*. ci*lo »ra

METHODIST CONFERENCE AT PLYMOUTH. RESIDENTIAL ADDBESB. annual, con fniwocn of Ihe« Vnilcd t'htirrti opened at*Bl>rinirton Street yeelewtUy momm*. ci*lo »ra

orteieJral to the drleiratea the : ~\oninn bj the and Corpora' fuaoon tiniMhall, which *w»i beauti rsted. wan crowded with Tepreeent* heir friemto. There was , -j.remma. eoloe on the Mr H. Sturaton (borough , ARTHUB HANCOCK (chairman lion Committee) and his Worship the .. , n co
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

AFGHAN FORCE TCP KEEP ORDER. ODTOTZSi SIMLA, Tuesday. Neva from JelMabed states that the Amir of has ordered 13 regiments of cavalry and infantry and three batteriea of artillery proceed to Hnrram, .Wasiristan, and Eboat Borderers, where they will be posted in proportionate stre
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
IN THE ENGLISH COALFIELD

IN THE ENGLISH COALFIELD

CONFERENCE. A conference 'Warwickßh ire and representatives the 15,000 miners who are strike was held Birmingham yesterday. The dispute had arisen in consequence the -employers allowing only fifteen minutes for meal time, the men demanding half an hour. The conference failed to
July 14, 1909 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England