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TO-DAY.

TO-DAY.

The Evening News. Saturday, July 29tii, 1893. Radicals will be interested the statement made by the Daily Chronicle that the Government have decided to acknowledge the force Radical criticism of the property qualification for the electorate of the second Irish Chamber, and that
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPORT.

GOSPORT.

PREACHERS FOR TO-MORROW. Baptist Tabernacle, Avenus Road. -Rev. J. W. Genders. 10.45 and 6.50. Conorkgation al Church, Street.—Rev. Q. Sadler, 10.40 and 6.i0. **2*'Jf Methobist Forto* R0ad.—10.45, Mr. H. C. ; 6.45, lie v. O. Jenkinson. Rescuing: a Drowning Man.—As the steam laun
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

PORTSMOUTH PARK MEETING. LEY PLATE. v Arum Lily. FOOTBALL want matches; fair team ; average see 131. —W. Ash, 63, Palraerston-te.ra.oe, Osborne and" Portland-roads, Sou thsea. Buckland Association F.C.—At the annual meetincr the following- officers were elected for the ensuinjj
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BUSINESS PREMISES LET. SHOP and D»elling-house Let: piatc-glass front; well situate<! ; Bs. weekly.—Apply Rusht.on, 55, Eucklanl. SMALL Store to

BUSINESS PREMISES LET. SHOP and D»elling-house Let: piatc-glass front; well situate<! ; Bs. weekly.—Apply Rusht.on, 55, Eucklanl. SMALL Store to

Let, 3*. weekly. Also Stable and Workshop.—Apply "A. Kubhion, b5, Kingston-road, Buckland. ' GOOD St&bling, Coach-hcuse, Harness-room, and Loft to Let; horses taken livery.—H. Flack, Highstreet Mew?, Fareham. LET, Corner Shop~Hampton-street ; suitable for general business ; larg
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BURGLARY AND D. T'S.

BURGLARY AND D. T'S.

At Kingston yesterday Harry Fulder, gardner, and well known as a bandsman the East Volunteers, was chargcd with burglariously entering the ictoria public-house, and stealing a bottle ruin. From the evidence it tppeats that bottles of spirits were missed frcm time to time the Vic
July 28, 1899 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL PRIZES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL PRIZES.

DISTRIBUTION THE TOWN HALL. There was a Urge gathering at the Town liall this morning, occasion the annual prize distribution in couuectiou with the Portsmouth Grammar School. The attendance included a large uumber ot ladies, uud among those present were the Right Rev. the Bisho
July 28, 1899 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
IN* Is memory of my «Joar husband, Joseph King. died July 2otb, aged tO

IN* Is memory of my «Joar husband, Joseph King. died July 2otb, aged tO

July 28, 1899 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
toncK. Tk> MRaptkn Let will open 28tL, ami close August BUS AND CO.,' LIMITED. flaoonontea aader the Companies Acts. 18C2

toncK. Tk> MRaptkn Let will open 28tL, ami close August BUS AND CO.,' LIMITED. flaoonontea aader the Companies Acts. 18C2

1888). CAPITAL .. .. £60,00 c, Divided Shares £1 ........ *SD jtUMX) per Cent. Cumulative Preference Ebans af £1 eacb £30,000 £60,000 PRESENT ISSUE Ordinary Share* of each (10,000 of which are reserved lor the vendors), Sir per Cent. Cumulative Preference Shares of £) each. and
July 28, 1899 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SALE TO CHILDREN. LETTERS FROM THE BOROUGH MEMBERS. Mr. A. G. of SO. St. James's-road. Southsea, has written to Sir

SALE TO CHILDREN. LETTERS FROM THE BOROUGH MEMBERS. Mr. A. G. of SO. St. James's-road. Southsea, has written to Sir

John Baker, M.P., and Mr. U. earnestly soliciting their interest and support for Mr. Matter's Bi:i for prohibition the tale of intoxicating drink children tinder the age sixteen years, reaches the Committee stare and" third reading. Mr. earlee in his letter that he of strong con
March 21, 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
STORY OF THE WAR.

STORY OF THE WAR.

STORY THE WAR. AS TOLD FROM NATAL. THE TURN THE TIDE. [From Oca Own Con^zsrosnssT-l February 24th. has truly men week of great events. ago we were about with faces, wondering when the fortaues o£ war were to change for the British forces. To-day the tide has completely turned our
March 21, 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England