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Reduction of Rent.— At Lord Bolton's rent audit iast held at Kiogsolere, his lordship liberally allowed hid tenants a raduo tion of 10 per cent.
December 19, 1883 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
BASINGSTOKE. T>_a IP.

BASINGSTOKE. T>_a IP.

The Accidbnt to Miss Beach.— We are glad to be able to state that Miss Beach was on Monday last re- moved from Aldermaston Vioarage to Oakley Hall. Though still weak, she bore the journey well, and no Fears are entertained of her full and oomplete recovery from her serious accid
December 19, 1883 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
CHBISTCHUBCH, Dec. 19.

CHBISTCHUBCH, Dec. 19.

AaiNT JOB THB "HAMPBHIBB Ad7EBTIBEB" AT Chbistchdbch, Mb. Fbank Cufe, Corn Merchant, High-street. Mb. H. Davey, Q.C., M.P.— Our London cor- respondent writea :— li Tbe seat on the bench vacated by Vioe-Cbanoellor Baoon 's retirement will go either to Mr. Inee, Mr. Kobinson, or a
December 19, 1883 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPORT, Itac. 19.

GOSPORT, Itac. 19.

police uoubt, Jb'aiDAß.— Before Mr. J. Pares and la jor- General Young haaband. Labcbht Br a Solcibb. — Henry Morgan.a private, belonging o the Glouoeater Begicaent, waa brought up on re maud, barged with stealing a fair of ?? boots, value 12a, aa "ort Gomer, oa the 10th iast.,
December 19, 1883 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
COLONEL STANLEY ON~SIB.WARRENS RKTIRV h

COLONEL STANLEY ON~SIB.WARRENS RKTIRV h

COLONEL STANLEY ON~SIB WARRENS RKTIRV h Colonel Stanley, speaking at Rl-v-tr, _ ?? day night af.err.fr/rrn,,^'",!.!; 1 ?? topics, entered into some ?? Mit_ that that officer had no mor" Kfj Lord W olseley was recalled after T.-i , - 7 !h was permitted to announce that on ?? "' "
October 10, 1885 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 

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CHURCHES IN AND}AROUND.SOUTHAMPTON.

CHURCHES IN AND}AROUND.SOUTHAMPTON.

CHURCHES IN AND} AROUND SOUTHAMPTON. S T . MARY'S " The time Ia conscious of her want ; through England's bounds In rival baste, the wished for Temples rise I I hear their Sabbath bella harmonious chimes Float on the breeze— the Heavenlieat of all sounds That vale or hill prolong
October 30, 1886 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON POLICE COURT

SOUTHAMPTON POLICE COURT

WEDNESDAY— Before Mr. J. H. Cooksey (in the chair), Sir Frederick Perkins, and Alderman W. Furber. The serious Charge against a Midwife.— Ellen Emma Payne, 52 years of age, described as a midwife, and living in Stanford-street, waa charged on remand with having unlawfully uaed a
October 30, 1886 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS.

NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS.

[By our London Correspondent. I The Bradford Campaign is over, and Lord Randolph Churchill has gone to Newmarket for a few days relaxation, before he comes back to town to set to work at his office in earnest. There is no mistake about the influence of the Bradford speeches. The
October 30, 1886 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
CHRISTCHURCH. Oct. 30.

CHRISTCHURCH. Oct. 30.

AOEST FOB THE " HAMPSHIRE ADVERTISER" AT Christchcrch, Mr. Frank Ccff. Corn Merchant, High-street. Sir Horace Davbt. while addressing MV. Justice Kay on Wednesday, was seized with a fainting fit, and was unable to proceed with his argument. The Coming Municipal Election.— For th
October 30, 1886 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
LITERATURE OF THE.WEEK.

LITERATURE OF THE.WEEK.

LITERATURE OF THE WEEK. NEW PUBLICiiTIO'N& There could scarcely be a better sign of the approach of Christmas than the preparations made by publishers in the issue of books- suitable for pre- sentation. Alwaya in, advance of the season, they have again taken time- by the forelock
October 30, 1886 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England