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A CURE FOR BLIGHT.

A CURE FOR BLIGHT.

correspondent mentions a simple remedy which he has found very useful preserving fruit and vegetable crops from blight. He dilutes and then mixes together 41b of sulphate of copper and 21b of quicklime, passes it through hair sieve, and adds twenty-five gallons of water. The liq
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
DEATH OF SUPERINTENDENT JOHN OLIVER. Very many of the residents of Worcester and the neighbourhood hear with deep regret of

DEATH OF SUPERINTENDENT JOHN OLIVER. Very many of the residents of Worcester and the neighbourhood hear with deep regret of

the death of Superintendent John Oliver, which occurred on Friday, at his home, 10, Lansdowne Villas, Lansdowne road. Mr. Oliver, for many years, bad been a very figure in the city, and his kindly genial smile and his courteous manner endeared him to all with whom he came into c
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Lower and Lower.

Lower and Lower.

FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1891. Every week lowers still more the political i >sition of Mr. who will soon have <"C? ,, cely friend left. The Catholic Bishops are fighting him with stnrdy resolve. Mr. Parxell raises one point against them. He say 3 that they did not denounce him for his im
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The Editor does not hold hir"«lf responsible for the opinions or statements r>f correspondents.,] THE WATER QUESTION. To the Editor

The Editor does not hold hir"«lf responsible for the opinions or statements r>f correspondents.,] THE WATER QUESTION. To the Editor

of " The Worcestershire Chronicle." Sir, —I feel that I owe it to Mr. Corbett, and your readers generally, to correct what enquiry has shewn me to be error ray last, though I should wish to be understood that the objections which I set forth both against the Severn aid the Licke
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

WORCESTERSHIRE GOLF CLUB. match arranged for eight players a side played on Tuesday between the Warwick and Worcestershire Golf Clubs, over the Warwick course. Owing to the rain, the ground was in a very heavy condition, and the Worcestershire team deserve some credit for having
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE WORCESTERSHIRE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS.

THE WORCESTERSHIRE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS.

FORTHCOMING CHANGES. military correspondent writes saying that Colonel Geldingham has sent in his resignation as Officer Commanding, and that Major "Warner Brooks has notified his Intention of retiring at the end of the year, having then completed his fifteen years' commissioned
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CHARGE AGAINST LADY FORBES'S FOOTMAN.

CHARGE AGAINST LADY FORBES'S FOOTMAN.

STRANGE PROCEEDINGS BY THE POLICE. On Wednesday, at the Hundred House Petty Sessions' before the Revs. J. T. Lea, J. P. Hastings, F. A. Reiss, Messrs. F. J. A. Wood and Ewan Cameron Galton, John David Watkins, footman to Lady Forbes, was charged with having assaulted P.C.s Stead
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
District Intelligence.

District Intelligence.

KIDDERMINSTER. School Board, Thursday,—The Rev. J. F. Kershaw presided and Mr. P, Adam thanked the members for having unanimously elected him to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Binnian. Plans were laid before the Board for alterations at Coventry Street girls's
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
GAZETTE NEWS.

GAZETTE NEWS.

RECEIVING ORDERS. William Farr, Horse and Jockey Inn, The Birch, Cleobury Mortimer, licensed victualler and farmer. John Hollies Phillips, Church Tavern, Nock's Fold, Netherton, Worcestershire, licensed victualler. NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS. William Sr. O-ven Street, Hereford, butche
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
Charge of Housebreaking at Malvern.

Charge of Housebreaking at Malvern.

At the Malvern Police-court, on Friday, before Colonel Heywood, Frederick Phillips (15), Dripshill, farm labourer, was charged with feloniously entering the house of Mary Jackson, the Rbydd, on the 20th inst., with damaging a writing desk and also with stealing some cooked meat
May 30, 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England