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FREE CHURCH MISSION.

FREE CHURCH MISSION.

The general mission which is being arranged by the National Council of Evangelical Free Churches for February next is meeting with support from the leading ministers of all denominations. According to the plans already formed, two of the most eminent of the younger men in Congre
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MISSIONARIES CRY FOR HELP.

MISSIONARIES CRY FOR HELP.

The New York Jogrxat publishes the following telegram from Hong liJne: -Rioting and looting continue around Swatau. The Vicemy ignores the protests of the Conant*. All the missions at thigkung ( 1 Yung-chun) have to the ground. and the Christians have been atoned to death. The R
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
AN AMERICAN SMASH.

AN AMERICAN SMASH.

I fearful accident hem ened on Sunday 31:!Ptt.(41 ist Lehigh, in New EnLland. whel', a fram no the railway into an omnibus at a level TI, velskie was with :not:niers tad been attending a funeral. Eleven of the were killed outtigt t. and ten other' were injured. The au:jai ity of
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN

DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN

There has just paeri.l sway in lords a lady one of its iliteet inlialiii ants—if not its okteei. Mrs. PlAndo 'Dorm.. died on Friday. would have attained the ripe old age of one liundred 04 6 one if she liad lived till the 16th of next Mrs. Thorne CPIUM of • well-known Quitter ta
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
IC OP Y RIGHT.] TART IL-THE NARRATIVE OF SYBIL GRANT. CEAITEII 5.1.-IN THE ENEMY'S STRONG-

IC OP Y RIGHT.] TART IL-THE NARRATIVE OF SYBIL GRANT. CEAITEII 5.1.-IN THE ENEMY'S STRONG-

- HOLD. It is all very for the stern moralist, or the or the man of disappointed ambition, . 0 sneer at who frankly acknowledge the ,n--of Wealth. But eertamly Alexander J.l'.. .00kvd Craig _ • coassdarable personage when standing in the hall of Owe castle than he bad done when
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
/IIIh:NTLEMEN'S cricketing, cycling, boating, and tennis clothes cleaned, dyed, napped, and tailor-pressed. Best work, keenest prices, and quickest return in

/IIIh:NTLEMEN'S cricketing, cycling, boating, and tennis clothes cleaned, dyed, napped, and tailor-pressed. Best work, keenest prices, and quickest return in

England. Compare with others. JOHN SMITH, 47, Granby-street, and 52, Highcrossstreet, Leicester.
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
SMITH'S ancestors were originators and brat garment dyers and cleaners in Leicester, 1817, and always kept up with the times

SMITH'S ancestors were originators and brat garment dyers and cleaners in Leicester, 1817, and always kept up with the times

by introducing the latest appliances, regardless or cost Compare.
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
THE ROSES AT LEICESTER ABBEY ARE NOW IN BLOOM. rpHE PUBLIC are RESPECTEPLLY INV ITEP TO INSPECT THEM. Boum of

THE ROSES AT LEICESTER ABBEY ARE NOW IN BLOOM. rpHE PUBLIC are RESPECTEPLLY INV ITEP TO INSPECT THEM. Boum of

Attendance : 6 a.m. to 6 p.m Sati.rd iy, to 4 pm. Closed on Sunday. SPECIMEN BLOOMS FREQUI:NTLY VIEW at 69. MARKET PLACE..
August 18, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England