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THE NATIONAL RIFLE A

THE NATIONAL RIFLE A

l qml -o BHU. NATIONASL ItIFLE} ASSOCIATION AT i WNIIBL13DON 'PXh. MCI*H _a l_ __L . . i . I ?? xL-II Weather at the early part of- the week was sadfly against~the',shooting at ,Wimbledon, wind and rain pre. vailing. ~ ?? i An aooident..u.nfortunate eniough, but-it is hoped not V
July 21, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE VISIT OF THE BELGIANS TO WINDSOR.

THE VISIT OF THE BELGIANS TO WINDSOR.

TX1l VISIT OF THE BfELGIA&NB TO I ND0o:L There were nearly 3,000 Belgians at Windsor on Tues- day, aln of whom marched through the town in full uniform, and afterwards dined in the royal residence as the guests of the Queen. Their gratification and joy at the reosption they exper
July 21, 1867 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE COURT.

THE COURT.

T$E COURT. The Queen is to leave Grasse next Tuesary for ger. bourg, where she is to arrive on Wednesday evra:6,! and she will dine and sleep on board the royals ?? Victoria and Albert, which is to start for Portsmauta early on Thursday morning so that, if the weathicr;i favourab
April 26, 1891 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SCRAPS FROM VARIOUS JOURNALS.

SCRAPS FROM VARIOUS JOURNALS.

Pnor.x VIOU RAs. mu rofn. For shecer urinititzadtd rolbish ahd nonsenso of the most ofluisie kind commend me to Uto assertion, i5aue last weik bh tbe ltight ftovrend 0nther in (od, Dlr: ?? J"yoe Lomd Bishop of Uhli teoy " Vtt the clss most guilty of cruelty it children tvo those
April 26, 1891 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW, POLICE, ETC.

YESTERDAY'S LAW, POLICE, ETC.

CrUILDRAL75. TnErT OF A BANHER'S PARCEL ON THllt GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY.-ARREST OF A CAL.mAE:.- UitlianWt Mlorgaun, ge 22, of 3, Broxbonrne-roald, Forest Gtste, carman and porter in the empioy oF the Great Eastern Railway Company, ?? charged before Alderman Khill with stealine nu
April 26, 1891 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

TRir AuSTRALIAN HANDBOOK. Gordon and Gotch.-This is the twentieth year of issue of this highly interesting and useful work. It has grown with the growth of the colonies, and is now a bulky volume, nearly as large as the London :irectory. Everything con- Vaeoted with Australia, p
March 31, 1889 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

GSNER1AL 4NEWI Colonel Wabson the political agent at Xattywal', haE diea suldehly at Rajkote, of gout in the heart. The Earl of Win'hilseea cannot accept the governor. ship bf the Cape of Good olops in consequence of hit private affairs. An Order in Council has been passed prohib
March 31, 1889 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MILITARY DIVORCE CASE.

MILITARY DIVORCE CASE.

LEO,,lO.A.UT DIV02cm CASgn. In tho !ivrrc Division, Mir. Justice ?? and a comnmon jury had before thein the case of Cox v. Co.c and Moerhead. The petition was that of Captain Charles William Cox, of tho Indian armny for a divorce by reason of the adultery of his wife vith the co-
March 31, 1889 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE SWEATING SYSTEM.

THE SWEATING SYSTEM.

., xis ...i Y .i F. . The Sweating Committee met again on Monday. OrFICIAL INSPECTION AeONG THE CHATINAUEBRS. Mr. C. C. W. Hoare. inspector of factories for the Wolverhalapton district, was examined. He said that iis district comprised nearly the whole of the chain and nail-makii
March 31, 1889 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FINANCE AND INVESTMENT I POULTRY FOR PROFIT Stocks and Shares Worth Watching. By RAYMOND RADCLYFFE:

FINANCE AND INVESTMENT I POULTRY FOR PROFIT Stocks and Shares Worth Watching. By RAYMOND RADCLYFFE:

-- THE speech of the Prime Minister 1. alters the outlook for many classes of securities, and especially iron and steel. If shipbuilding is to be subsidised. then Cammell Laird, John Brown and Co., Vickers, and Armstrong, are good to nnY. whilst Baldwins are hardly likely to be
December 21, 1924 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England