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ALLEGED MURDER IN A TRAIN

ALLEGED MURDER IN A TRAIN

ALLEGED MURDER TRAIN East Grinstead, yesterday, Harry Brooker was committed for trial on a charge of murdering Ada Stone, in a Tailway train. Accused made no answer to the charge. It was stated that in the cells accused said he had been uarryin? the knife for a week, but he did n
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE Y.M.C.A. "LIGHTNING CANVASS."

THE Y.M.C.A. "LIGHTNING CANVASS."

HALF THE CAMPAIGN OVER. LORD MAYOR PRESIDES AT WORKERS' LUNCHEON. The words " Keep smiling appear in large letters close the huge chart at St. Augustine's Parade, which is indicated daily the progress of the £40,000 scheme for the new V.M.C.A. buildings in Colston Street. Though
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE PICTURE HOUSE.

THE PICTURE HOUSE.

interesting selection of films is presented at the Clare Street House, including several which lay just claim to particular notice. Among these is " Kronstadt," a clever cinematograph adaptation of Max Pemberton's well-known novel of that title. The story concisely and effective
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW.

WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW.

PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. The fa.ot that few dyspeptics really understand the cause of their trouble probably the reason why drugs are still nsad to such an alarming eztent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned many physicians. The presence of excess acid i
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The wooden pavilion of the Cavehill Tennis Club. Belfast, was almost completely destroyed fire yesterday. Suffragette literature was found. The

The wooden pavilion of the Cavehill Tennis Club. Belfast, was almost completely destroyed fire yesterday. Suffragette literature was found. The

conditions about Lima are such that it never rains. There not a waterproof nor pair of overshoes in the whole tomn, and umbrellas are used only to keep out the sun. The streets have no gutters, and the roofs have no chimneys. All of the cooking is done by charcoal, the fumes of
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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DEATH OF BEADING'S OLDEST SOLICITOR. The death took place at Beading, yesterday, Henry Collins, who far 50 years was Registrar

DEATH OF BEADING'S OLDEST SOLICITOR. The death took place at Beading, yesterday, Henry Collins, who far 50 years was Registrar

of the Reading County Court. Deceased, who was 76, was a member of an old Berkshire family was county treasurer, and the oldest soldier in Reading.
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE BUDGET AT A GLANCE

THE BUDGET AT A GLANCE

THE BUDGET A GLANCE TWELVE PAGES BRISTOL, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914. The Chancellor the Exchequer said had estimated for an increased revenue six millions. The actual increase had been £9,441,000, which met all the expenditure, including the Supplementary Estimates, and left surplus o
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MEXICAN SURPRISES?

MEXICAN SURPRISES?

The mediation proposals with regard to Mexico do not proceed with the rapidity which was originally predicted, and more than one contretemps has occurred to the detriment of the preliminary negotiations. The proposal is, however, that these negotiations should take place on neut
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GLOUCESTERSHIRE C.C.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE C.C.

'WESTERN DAILY PRESS' SHILLING FUND. The number of Shillings received by the Western Daily Press' in aid of the Gloucestershire CC. Fund has now reached 5,401£. Received yesterday q. J. L. Daniell 10 The number Shillings per Mr C. O. H. Sewell already acknowledged is 2,202 i.
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The Executive Committee of the Navy League have appointed Lieut. Gofton-Salmond, R.N. inspecting officer of the Navy League Boye' Naval

The Executive Committee of the Navy League have appointed Lieut. Gofton-Salmond, R.N. inspecting officer of the Navy League Boye' Naval

Brigade, to date from the lst April, succession Captain Williams' R.N., resigned. Westbury Beotherhood.—Mr L. Pick waa the speaker on Sunday at the meeting of the Westbury-on-Trym Brotherhood. He gave a very well-considered address, based on the words "The glory of a young man i
5 May 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England