NORTITAMPTOM B&1LY itEPORTKR. MONDAY.-JANUARY 1. 1900. SPORTS AND PASTIMES

... pocket, it had not been with felonious intent. Prisoner asked Mr. Batchelor, the Prison (late and Police Genre Missionary, to speak an to his character.—Mr. Batchelor said that as a boy and a youth the prisoner had an excellent charsenter as a hard•working ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Northampton Chronicle and Echo
County: Northamptonshire, England
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NOTES ON SATURDAY’S GAMES

... play try followed try with remarkable regularity, and the fact that Cheltenham crossed their opponents’ line eight times, speaks volumes for the brilliancy of theirt attack. It was indeed a remarkable game, and even the most sanguine Cheltonian could ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Echo
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1298 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

EXCITEMENT IN GERMANY

... Chamber of Commerce, dealing with the great progress , ' which the German Empire had made during the part century, Hen Pitfe, speaking on behalf of the firms trading with South Africa. ; asked whether the Chamber of Commerce was doing all that was required ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: East Anglian Daily Times
County: Suffolk, England
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ANGLIAN DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1900

... Colchester: Mr. and Mrs. IL S. W. • Coastguard , who was on uuty at the time, said bud the presents, w hi h eon:Sited oftor and speaking tea Boer doctor after the engagement. the battle of Coleus°. and &Berea:de operated Moulton and family: Mr. and Mrs. F. A ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: East Anglian Daily Times
County: Suffolk, England
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EASTERN DAILY PREiSiS. MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1900

... ferccd to retire owin~ to the sterm of shell and bullets which fell around them. emblem, as Colonel Elmhurst Rhode* said when speaking to a Boer doctor after the engagement, which held to be the sacred symbol of humanity, was disregarded completely, and the ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
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LT PRESS. MONDAY, JANUARY 1. 1900

... conscience of England might well exercised el k* by wbat w* bad done and by what w* had aoi done. had gone into this war speaking too much of eur wi-a th. ol Ih* pioweaa of our soJairre, of the skill our gsnarals, ot the strength of our armaments, th* ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 1540 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

GREAT HAT COMBINE

... Almighty directs every bulled,” and so tho country being advantageous and eminently suitable for Boor tactics, and we, so to speak, three months behind our preparations, naturally the outset cornu to grief ” told you so,” Mr. Smith seems »ay, and Irom tho ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 1530 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

KOKFOLK MAN S STOUT

... amount cf ilifeeliug and contempt on either side. Johannesburg practically English city, nine out of ten of its inhabitants speak* mg English. When left it, almost without exception, the miues bad closed down, and under the Transvaal law the Boer Government ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 933 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE WAR IN SOUTH.AFRICA,

... some of them under- take to find their own horses. WELLINGTON, Dec. 30. The Right Hon. R. J. Seddon, Premier of New Zealand, speaking at Westland on the Transvaal War, said that the people of New Zealand were determined that the prestige of the British Empire ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5714 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE TiiOOPS FOR SOUTH.AFRICA

... are not i conversant wit- this arm of the Service, be Uiey.fl so] dersweiviUans, it should be borne in nund that, | roughly speaking, tho guns of Artillery may be divided Sj mto three classes. t¥ _ (A) -^s Regards ''Mobilit*. Class L Horse and Field Artillery ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6438 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DEATH OF SIR JAMES PAGET

... Foreign Medical Review, a quarterly journal, now extinct, which had been started in the same year as he passed the College. Speaking many years after from the Presidential chair of the International Medical Congress, in 1881, he referred to the time when ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1900
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1590 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CADBURY'S COCOA pare, therefore Best. *TBK ETA?:DA_ED OF HIGHEST P DEITY. —La^ea-' ?? on hivi njr CAD^CRy'S- ..

... (Mexican), •nd we guarantee them equal to Havana Cigars at 30s per 100. They are seiiing in thousands, and our cus- tomers speak in the highest terms of them. They are a large cigar, and a perfeot treat to cigar smokers. We will send samples, 6 for ls ...