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The Volunteers.

The Volunteers.

mte BIoluntUeMr The applications for membership of the ne#v cyclist company which is bang formed in connection with the Bristol Rifles are continually iocreasinp, and it Is expected that very soon the full requisite number will be obtained. The past fortnight's enrolment at the G
3 September 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ADDRESSES. _ a TO[ , . T. G. NORTHAM & CO., 15, HIGH SfREET j- w - - i DINNER SETF, AdVasts!e1 ite r'va 1 : g r ) ad 1ABLE (t-LAS'4, D)ESSERT & TEA SET- ; fnotel Xesp',3 Dd KEY_ (3 PLARE OT. 'al E83 BRISIOL, y, ERBERT AXh 3AN AND Co a~t BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. Id fantacwturere of Bus
3 September 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

qunrters Tho enemy ssem to have had fresh lifa ! 8,9 infused into them. E;ciblug developments aro 0, expected. _ _ ti I Sir G. White at Beltast. Slr Geor6e M hlte was yesterday pressnted wltb an nddress of sveloome and a set of solld silver oandelabra i by tbe deputy-lleutenants
14 June 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RHODESIAN FIELD FORCE.

RHODESIAN FIELD FORCE.

MEODESIAN FIELD FORCE. The Australians' March. [Press Association War Special.] BULAWAYO, JUimE 8. The Australians are now encamped at 11usear Camp. In their march across the country they were greatly assisted by the very practical hints contained In a book Issued by Brigadier-Ge
14 June 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SOMERSET COUNTY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

SOMERSET COUNTY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

SOMERSET COUNTY EI) U CATION COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Somerset County Education Cornmittecwas ?? at Bridgwater on Wedno-day, 'or A. J. Goodford in the chair. The other membera present w ere bliss S S. Clark, Mr J. D. Allen, Lieut..- Col, 1, Ml. Clerk, Mr E, T. D. losroft Mr G,
13 January 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
House of Commons.

House of Commons.

House of Commonse YESTERDAY. The Speaker took the chair at ten minutes past twelve, Mr T. W17. Russell obtained leave to bring In a Bill I to confirm a provisional order of the Local GCvera- ?? Board relating to Bath, C1EAP TRAINS BILL. Mr Lotrco moved the second reading of the C
17 May 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WILTSHIRE POOR LAW ASSOCIATION.

WILTSHIRE POOR LAW ASSOCIATION.

I WILTSHIRE P roOR LAW ASSOCIATION. An important conference of the Wiltshire Poor Law, Oistrict Councils, and Municipal Corporations Association was held at the Town'hall, Trowbridge, yesterday afternoon, MrC, H. Stratton (Warminster) presiding over an attendance including repres
17 May 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Money and Trade.

Money and Trade.

Iloc+ 1111T02 3MERCUERY O1FfICI, THIUIRSIDAY. t tL'c-elpt3 of tile Ithyinnoy Uallway for D i(tnhil tihe 12th May were £5226, II I I -o3 for the coriespondliiiq week of last IJEl ?? Of £5'31. , ;ctillt;of the TalL \'ale IhUiLtWy for ;n i tbe 12th May wvero £L5,859, i- -(t;C the ce
17 May 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
House of Commons.

House of Commons.

House of CommOnds. YESTERDAY. The Speaker took the chair at 12 25. VI The Midland Railway Bill, together with a clause and amendments proposed by the promoters, was a considered and ordered for a third reading. Sir William Wills presented a petition fromP a ft public meeting at M
3 May 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE 'WAR. nd THE FREE STATE CAMPAIGNS in B ied Fighting North of Thabanchu. R of IL Hamilton Forces a Passage. Ok ?? Positions Captured. ?? 863 ?? British Camp Shelled. tot tell Official List of Casualties. coil 1 ick, [Reuter's Telegram.] lod, TiAPANOciu, TUnCSDAY, 4 45 p.M. rho
3 May 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England