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BLYTH AND COWPEN COUNCILS.

BLYTH AND COWPEN COUNCILS.

JOINT MEETING. Monday evening a meeting of the Blyth and Cowpen Councils was held at the Cowpen Council Chambers. Mr. John Thompson was voted to the chair. There were present—Councillors Goulding, Newbigin, Nixon, Young, Twizell, and Smith. The Clerk (Mr. R. T. Guthrie.) —The Cl
06 December 1902 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
WORCESTER MARKET.

WORCESTER MARKET.

j NOT TO BE RE-OPENED FOR SWINE. Mr. C. J. Holliday, hon. secretary to the . Wcicesler and District Butchers' Association, has received a communication from the secretary of the Board of Agricultuve. in reply to the resolution passed by that association in favour of the re-openi
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
school assay unearthed the pro- I vivces: " The Court of Chancery is called this ■ because they take care

school assay unearthed the pro- I vivces: " The Court of Chancery is called this ■ because they take care

of property there on ' the ' chance' of an owner turning up." The Chancellor, presumably, the man who takes . the chances.
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
INQUESTS.

INQUESTS.

At an inquest on Friday on Bather Mary Birks, 12 years of age, who died under chloroform at Westminster Hospital during operation, it was stated that the girl's heart beat for eight hours after breathing had ceased, and artificial respiration was resorted to for that period. The
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
ALLEGED ABDUCTION.

ALLEGED ABDUCTION.

JEWESS AND HER UNCLE-IN-LAW. i- Joe Rosenberg (40), Russian restaurant-keeper, :- Soho, was charged, at Marlborough street, if warrant with labductiig Yetta Domoshewski c aged 15, Sept. 28 last. The parties were d Jews, and were reflated, the prisoner having s married the sister
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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THE MAN WHO GETS THINGS DONE.

THE MAN WHO GETS THINGS DONE.

A charming article upon the personality and the home life of Mr. Chamberlain at Highbury, Birmingham, contributed the Christmas number of " Pearson's Magazine" by Miss N. Murrell Marris. " Highbury is not, and was never intended to be, a show place. It is neither old nor romanti
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
" Like limited companies, the Court of Appeal has neither heart nor oonscience," remarked Judge Rentoul the City of London

" Like limited companies, the Court of Appeal has neither heart nor oonscience," remarked Judge Rentoul the City of London

Court. , A little three-year-old miss, while her mother was trying to get her to sleep, became interested in a peculiar noise, and asked what it was. " A cricket, dear," repHed her mother, "Well, remarked the little lady, he ought to get himself oiled." A diamond discovery, prob
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY.

WHAT THE PAPERS SAY.

WHO PAYS THE PIPER? There is no ecclesiastical principle which can in the long run protect Church schools from lay and secular control if the cost of them is to be imposed on the public.—" Westminster Gazette." PLAT FAIR. If, then, we can convince the Dutch that we are playing f
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS

WORCESTER COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS

Before Mr. P. J. A. Wood (chairman), Colonel Winsmore Hooper, Captain W. E. D. Bell, the Rev. R. N. Kane, and Mr. P. S. Williams. Careless Driver.—James Chappell, milkman, Barbourne, admitted a cart at Claines, on November 27th, without light, and fined 6s. and 6s. 6d. costs. No
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE EDUCATION BILL.

THE EDUCATION BILL.

Chronicle, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1902. ! By naajority of 123 the House of Commons read the Education Bill a third time Wednesday evening, and the measure made its entry 1 into the House of Lords the same nigbt. In' barest now centres in the action of the Peers, i Will they pass th
06 December 1902 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England