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Al lIIIMITAIt PART 07 TIM DITINCL

Al lIIIMITAIt PART 07 TIM DITINCL

lIIIMITAIt PART TIM DITINCL Mr. Clarke had directed all his cross-examination to this. Dyson's evidence had helped him, and he also obtained much assistance from the doctor. The latter seemed to delight to tell bow he had noticed something in the manner of the husband. which he c
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MIL CLAIMS 011..11C71D

MIL CLAIMS 011..11C71D

MIL CLAIMS to this suggestion being put to the jury at the AM moment, and the judge emphatically agreed with this. It would be unfair, he said, for them to take into cnnsideration a suggestion against the prisoner which the defence had not an opportunity of meeting or cross-exami
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Ni. JUSTTCII WILLS •orrND Or

Ni. JUSTTCII WILLS •orrND Or

be had a third, which, as it wu in favour of the prisoner, he pot before them. He did not personally appear inclined to follow Hr. Clarke's idea of suicide. There was nothing in the cue to suggest it to him. His ides, howevir, wu probably brought forcibly to him because for one
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LATE MR. GEORGE SOMERTON

THE LATE MR. GEORGE SOMERTON

The death occurred on Saturday, at his residence, Ilardelot Villa, Clifton Down, of Mr. George Somerton, formerly one of the proprietors of "The Bristol Mercury." He was a son of William Henry Somerton, who, in 1859, transferred "The Mercury" to two of his sons, Charles and Geor
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
T. C. STOCK & Co., (C. J. TIDMAN) 8, Victoria Street. BARGAINS. The Borough Engineer presented a report on the

T. C. STOCK & Co., (C. J. TIDMAN) 8, Victoria Street. BARGAINS. The Borough Engineer presented a report on the

sewers At Horheld, where, it may be remem• bored, a 3ft. drain has an 18in. °nasal. He was of opinion that the present state of things could not be allowed to go on, but he considered it would be most inadvisable to widen this 18in. pipe to 3ft. He had, however, under considerat
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PUBLIC 110'UOIS.

PUBLIC 110'UOIS.

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS WE ARE PREPARINC FOR OUR READERS DURINC THE WINTER MONTHS AN ATTRACTIVE SERIES OF NEW COMPETITIONS, WITH PLENTY OF COOD SOLID PRIZES. LOOK OUT FOR OUR NEXT WEEK'S PAPER. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS IT. One of the members of M. Borchgrevink's Antarctic Expedition
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ZOO' BAND

ZOO' BAND

(Under the Conductorship of Mr. Geo. Webb) will play as follows : MONDAYS 3.30 to 6 p.m. WEDNESDAYS .7.0 to 9.30 „ SATURDAYS .3.30 to 6 7.0 to 9.30 „ ADMISSION SIXPENCE. Y.M.C.A. HALL, BRISTOL' Brass Band Contests, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 18:) At 7.3 C p.m. Judge:—JOHN GLADNEY,
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LECTURE

LECTURE

ODDIFELLOWS HALL. RUPERT STREET, NEXT SUNDAY EVENING. Aural, 3tth, BY MR. A. I.( )W E. Subject—" Tle lard bath laid ow dim Use lobsoltioa of ad." AU mats free, no selisetio Bibles for reference. LOOKING GLASSES RE-GILT. ESTIMATES FREE. BOWDEN, BOWDEN CO 27 and 28. UP PER ARCADE,
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
W. H. PINGSTONE.

W. H. PINGSTONE.

Horneld, August 24th, 1898. TO CORRESPONDENTS. A FAvolt."—You have not enclo,ed name and addres,. All communications must be authenti- IRorth 16ristot 'Rotes.
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BITS FROM BOOKS

BITS FROM BOOKS

HOW IT MISES THE NATITZII. Few us give a passing thought to what we by familiarity. Mr. Austin Freeman's record "Travels in Adianti and Japan" illustrates the fact by descrilui,g how civilisation first struck the teople there. *The natives of these Jaman villages (he says) '.ad
27 August 1898 - Horfield and Bishopston Record and Montepelier & District Free Press - Bristol, Bristol, England