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31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
IMPERIAL CAVALRY ATTACKED.

IMPERIAL CAVALRY ATTACKED.

The news from Northern China is of a serious nature. The Imperial Government long tacitly fostered the "Boxer" movement. It suffered the great secret society to prepare its forces, to enrol recruits by the million, to arm and to dril'. When Native Christians were tortured and sl
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
CORRECTLY NAMES THE DATE BRITISH ENTRY

CORRECTLY NAMES THE DATE BRITISH ENTRY

OF THE
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
INCIDENTS AT MAFEKING.

INCIDENTS AT MAFEKING.

Mafeking, May 18.—All sorts of men who have staff billets and do not generally man the forte seized rifles and hurried to the railway line, the gaol. and the workshops, resolved to die in the last ditch, which WAN the railway line. within 300 yards of the market square, the enem
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
SPLENDID MARCHING BY BRITISH TROOPS.

SPLENDID MARCHING BY BRITISH TROOPS.

Vryborg, May 27. — 0 n the Republicans emen. rting the town, the loyalists hoisted the Union Jack and formed a town guard. The flying column errivel in the nick of time to arrant some of the prominent rebels who were fitting to the Trans. CAA! with all tieir beongings. After the
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
A CLERGYMAN AND HIS CONGREGATION.

A CLERGYMAN AND HIS CONGREGATION.

The Rev. H. R. Havels, incumbent of St. James's, Marylobate, tells a plumber of good stories in the " Temple Magazine " about his congrega. thins :—Then was a certain old Oldie, be writes, who used to sit up in the left-hand gallery with his old Duchess, bebeirkig hiessin to be
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
TENDERS.

TENDERS.

Three tenders were opened by the Chairman for the painting and lime-washing, in accordance with sperifi-s'.ons, of the Workhouse. The first was t,,r £24 10s. 6d., the second £24 lbs., and the third £34 18e. 6d. Mr. OCKEY asked if they were all from Broniyard tradesmen, and being
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
Jrveyor). ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

Jrveyor). ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

The DEPUTY-CLERK reported that the County Surveyor bad written and acknowledged the receipt of a letter in reference to the dangerous place on the footpath between Hampton Bridge and the Hope Post Office. He stated that the matter should be brought before hie Committee.
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
ITEMS FROM THE DISTRICT

ITEMS FROM THE DISTRICT

The Liberalii of Hereford have sounded a few gentlemen as to their willingness to contest the seat at the next General Election. It has now transpired that they induced Mr. Johnson- Ferguson, the present Liberal member for the Loughborough DivAsion of Leicestershire, to visit th
31 May 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
J. W. WILLIAMS & SON,

J. W. WILLIAMS & SON,

Grocers, Tea Dealers, Provision & Corn Merchants Speciality in Grocery Department-- Scientifically Blended, at ls., is 6d., & 2s, FINE TEA WAREHOUSE, 23, High Street. Speciality in Envision Department-- Home-Cured Hams & Bacon
07 June 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England