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"A NEW CHRISTIAN CASUISTRY."

"A NEW CHRISTIAN CASUISTRY."

The Chapter House at St. Paul's Cathedral was thronged with clergymen on Tuesday hear lecture by the Rev. Charles Gore, well known as the editor of " Lux Mundi." His subject was " The Social Doctrine of the Sermon on the Mount." The Church, he contended, ought to be the home of
30 March 1892 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOREIGN CRITICISM OF THE BRITISH NAVY.

FOREIGN CRITICISM OF THE BRITISH NAVY.

M. Edouard Lockroy, formerly French Minister of Public Instruction, had a long article in Tuesday's Eclair (Paris) replying to the criticisms of " Nauticus," in the Indepcndance Beige, on the present condition of the British navy. M. Lockroy affirms that the pretended revelation
30 March 1892 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
LOCAL SHARE LIST.

LOCAL SHARE LIST.

[corrected to this date.] Latest, Share. Paid. Quotations, half-year. Cam*fed & Comities Bank .. .. £50.. 0.. to ..16s. County Glo'ster .. 100.. 25 0.. 63 to 65 . .(30s. ft National Provincial 2s. 6(1. honun). Bank .. ~ 75.. 1010.. 43', to ..21s. Ditto 60.. 0.. 50 to 51 ..245. L
30 March 1892 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
JOTTINGS BY THE WAY.

JOTTINGS BY THE WAY.

Take care of the truth, and the errors will take care of themselves.— Dean Stanley. There is time enough for everything, in the day, if you do but one thing at once.—Chesterfield. Pride, Howe'er disguised in its majesty, Is littleness.— Wordsico-rth. Hold fast by the present Eve
18 January 1898 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WEATHER FORECAST. At 10.30 this morning the Meteorological Office Issued the following forecasts for the next ho<-.irs :— Districts. 1.

WEATHER FORECAST. At 10.30 this morning the Meteorological Office Issued the following forecasts for the next ho<-.irs :— Districts. 1.

Scotland, N-ls.W. winds, strong to a *• / gale; rainy. 2. England, N.E - nds, freshening, fair ) to showery; mild. „ S.W. winds, *• Ho., & moderate to fresh ; fair ; very mild. 4. Mid. Counties. }Same as 2. :• b. Eng. S. (witht Lon. and Chan.)J &ame 6. Scotland, W. 7. England, N
18 January 1898 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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, All Original Tickets are Kept the Goods, the Redt;ctions being Marked •*". Red, Clearly Showing the Exact Extent the

, All Original Tickets are Kept the Goods, the Redt;ctions being Marked •*". Red, Clearly Showing the Exact Extent the

Reduction. STRATHTAY HOUSE YEARLY STOCK-ADJUSTMENT SALE HAS COMMENCED. IN THE TAILORING DEPARTMENTS PER CENT. DISCOUNT IS ALLOWED ON ALL ORDERS PLACED DURING THE PROGRESS OF THE SALE. S RAT II TAY HOUSE, REFORM STREET, DUNDEE. ADAM SMAIL, Proprietor. DRESSMAKING. LADIES, GET YOU
18 January 1898 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MISS WORSLEY OF WORCESTER, OR, SEVERN'S SECRET.

MISS WORSLEY OF WORCESTER, OR, SEVERN'S SECRET.

BT SKIPP BORLASE, AUTHOR OT "The White Witch of Worcester,' 1 The Old House Castle Hill,' 'The Lave that Killed,' Major Wards,' 'Love Stronger than Death,' etc., etc. CHAPTER VIE. —(Continued). . TOO THINK though he HAD CRIME ON HIS CONSCIENCE ? ' * did not think he was that sor
30 May 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
CITIZEN. the Editor of the " Worcestershire Chronicle.'" Sir, —Passengers along the Tything one day recently could not fail to

CITIZEN. the Editor of the " Worcestershire Chronicle.'" Sir, —Passengers along the Tything one day recently could not fail to

have noticed a dense crowd in Taylor's lane entirely blocking up the thoroughfare, and they must have wondered what was tiie cause of so much excitement. Whatever can have happened was the question that passed from lip to lip, and as it was impossible to obtain a glimpse down th
30 May 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The Editor of the Medical Annual speaks the highest terms of Cadbtjry's Cocoa beverage and a food tor invaUds on

The Editor of the Medical Annual speaks the highest terms of Cadbtjry's Cocoa beverage and a food tor invaUds on

account ita absolute purity, high quality, and great solubility; and counsels the Medical Profession to remember, in recommending Cocoa, that the name Cadburt nacket Guarantee of purity, To Dabkkh Gbjsy Haib.—Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer is the quickest- best, safest, and Che
30 May 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

WORCESTER LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

The monthly meeting of the Library Committee was Tuesday afternoon. There were present: The Chairman (Mr. F. Corbatt), the Rev. Canon Melville, Alderman Airey, Alderman T. R. Hill, Messrs. R. Berkeley, T. Southall, A Pemberton, J. A. McNaught, W. B. Needham, W. A. Firkins, G, Jo
30 May 1891 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England