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TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKES. TOWNS DESTROYED. THREE HUNDRED LIVES LOST.

TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKES. TOWNS DESTROYED. THREE HUNDRED LIVES LOST.

ZANTE, Aug. 28. All the houses in Pyrgos have been destroyed by an just arrived The captain of a steamer which h as arrived here from Catacolo reports that the town of Filiatra has been completely destroyed, and that 300 persons are calculated to have perished. The earthquake ha
September 4, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE ON A RAILWAY.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE ON A RAILWAY.

; For many weeks past complaints against the ; irregularity of the Lancashire and Yorkshire trains on the Walton (Liverpool) Line have been frequent ! and loud, and on Tuesday morning the passengers at ; the Kirkdale Station took a step of a very novel kind, and one which it is
September 4, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
AN EXTRAORDINARY ILLUSION.—Private Retfor.l, after witnessing a trapeze performance at Aldershot on Monday night fancied himself an acrobat and ,

AN EXTRAORDINARY ILLUSION.—Private Retfor.l, after witnessing a trapeze performance at Aldershot on Monday night fancied himself an acrobat and ,

jumped from the barrack window to the pavement , nelow, sustaining, terrible injuries. FATAL FALL. —Just after daylight on Friday, a , foreman, engaged in the construction of a new railway bridge across the Medway at Rochester, fell from the scaffolding, some above the river. Wh
October 9, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
ARISTOCRATIC

ARISTOCRATIC

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October 9, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
BEFORE THE RACE,

BEFORE THE RACE,

The day being beautifully hoe, there was every indication that the attandance so witness the race would also be a best n record. Extensive arrangements were made for the arc munodation of a very large crowd, it being expected that the attendance would fall little short of 20,000
October 9, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 

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gmtties, to Wanted mo LET, One of the Best BUSINESS HOUSES in 1 Cheltenham, having two entrances, and plate.glass fronts to each. Tae Shop, which is 40 feet in length, runs through frcm stmet to street. —Apply at 2, Colonnade, Cheltenham. e 7830 BE LET, a roadside BEER, and CIDER
August 7, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
SPECIAL I7E

SPECIAL I7E

SPECIAL OPEN TO ALL-By Sutton and Sons, Reading-Collectiors of vegetables-F. E. Perkins, 'l'. Cole, C. Bird. By Daniel Brothers, Norwich-For six tubers of Royal Norfolk russet ! potatoes-B. J. Hollington. By Smith Sons, Worcester ' -For brace of Smith's masterpiece cucumbers-B. B
August 7, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
FACT WORTH KNOWING BEECHAM'S PILLS Are rothaitted by thousands to be worth above a GUINEA a BOX. for Bilious and

FACT WORTH KNOWING BEECHAM'S PILLS Are rothaitted by thousands to be worth above a GUINEA a BOX. for Bilious and

Nervous Disorders, such as wind and pain lin the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and swell Ing after meals, dizziness drowsiness, cold chills, Bush of heat, of appetite, shortness of breath coati senses, scurvy, and blotches the skin, disturbed deep, frightful dreams
August 7, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
JVOJCJ.E2. bill. Upper Novood SUrry.

JVOJCJ.E2. bill. Upper Novood SUrry.

JVOJCJ.E2. Upper Novood SUrry. QTRONG Girl, not under 19, Wanted, as General Servant;O nursemaid kept —Apply, with references and full particulars, Mrs Woods, Elmhurst, Holly Park, Crouch-hill, London, N. cBe9s WANTED. immediately, a respectable Girl (about 16) as General Servant
August 7, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
DARING ROBBERY IN PARIS. P.A.RIS, Wednesday.

DARING ROBBERY IN PARIS. P.A.RIS, Wednesday.

DARING ROBBERY IN PARIS. P.A . RIS, Wednesday. A daring robbery was committed on Monday at the establishment of Messrs. Allard and Co., bankers and exchange agents. That whose offices are in the Place de la Bourse, had la,t week received a letter from one of their correspondents,
August 7, 1886 - Weekly Independent (Bromsgrove) - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England