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December 31, 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN EPITOME.

FOREIGN EPITOME.

THE Anglican church of St. John the Baptist at San Remo was destroyed by fire on Tuesday. A service in memory of those who have fallen in the war in South Aftica was to have been held there on Wednesday. BuSH fires. caused by the intense heat, have occurred in many parts of Vict
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOR'EIGN TELEGRAMS. COUNT TOLSTOIL Moscow. Saturday.-The condition of Count Leo Tolstoi has become worse, and te patient is again coafined to bed,- Re te _ ?? __ BANKING FAILU_%E IN GERMANY. BERLIN, Saturda-.---A despatch from Ooersjtz states that a private ?? firm there has susp
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WAR ITEMS.

WAR ITEMS.

ASR ITEMB. Down to last night the Lord Mayor's war , -.nd a. the Mansion house amounted to 472 000?., while the Volunteer fund reachsed81,0001. A curious incident occurred yesterday in a 'bus near the Bank. Amonmr the passengers were two veteran soldiers who, oddly enough, posses
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ALL QUIET AT LADYSMITH

ALL QUIET AT LADYSMITH

AILL QUIET AT LADbYSMITIH ii - .. I . i , - - ., I, 'Al the trbops in camp at Ladysmith, ssay Reuter, passed a merry dhrietmas. They were greatly delighted with the kind and thoughtful message from the Queen- Empress. The enemy gave us a quiet dav. They did not shell us much, and
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THAMES IRONWORKS v. QUEEN'S PARK RANGERS.

THAMES IRONWORKS v. QUEEN'S PARK RANGERS.

Few clubs in the South have had worse luck in the matter of getting players injured than the Thames Ironworks, and the climax tame early at the beginning of the present week with the fearfully sudden death of Beni). Bradshaw. The celebrated left-winger was sadly missed to-day (S
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
Days of the Week.

Days of the Week.

1. . 1 4 1 [aavo ot tu'-wo'en. I DECEMBER. 31. SuorpAy.-St. Silvester. -The Charter granted to the East India Company, 1600. -First Sunday alter Christmas.-Morn- ing Lessons: Isaiah xxxv.; Re'wLtion xxL, verse 16, to xxii.. verse 6. Evening Lessons: Isaiah xxxviii,. or Isaiah xL;
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE STRANGE DEATHS AT CAMDEN TOWN.

THE STRANGE DEATHS AT CAMDEN TOWN.

THE STRANGE DEATHS AT| OAMDEN TOW-. | Dr. G. Danford Thomas held an inquest on Boxing day at St. Paneras coroner's court on the bodies of Mary Christina and Wilhelmina Susanna Poole, eged respectively 65 and 63, maiden ladies of independent means, who, on the 22nd inst., were fou
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

THE PRIELY SOCIETIE& E EVMW OP THE TEIAM, T he year 1899 has on the whole been| one of progress and prosperity for the! principal British friendly societies. The Manchester Unity of Oddfellows holds pride of place as the largest and wealthiest friendly society in the world The me
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
74. 74. CR 74. O NYD ORT H WM ON.

74. 74. CR 74. O NYD ORT H WM ON.

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December 31, 1899 - The People - London, London, England