ITEMS AND INCIDENTS

... Mr. Rhodes spent some time at the Colonial 0* on Monday afternoon. Countess Alice Kearney is seriously ill, and able to keep or make any engagements. The Chief Constable Birming ...

COUNTESS ALICE KEARNEY AT FINEDON

... The Finedon Women's Liberal Association—a strong body—had successful gathering on Monday, when they were favoured with a visit from the Countess Alice Kearney, one t ...

LONDON LETTER

... [special telegram.] House of Commons, Wednesday. The Breakdown at Bloemfcntein. It'has been an uneasy day. The contradictory rumours about the Bloemiontein Conference were good evidence ...

CHESHAM

... Concert the Parish Chcrch Choirs. concert was given by tbe members of tbe Cbnrcb choirs on Thursday evening tbe National Schools. Sir. W. Lowndes presided, and introduced a programme that was ...

ANNUAL SALE SIX MILLION BOXES

... In Boxes, 9}d., Is. IJd., and 2s. 9d. each, with full directions. The Is. lid. box contains 56|Pills. Prepared only by the Proprietor THOMAS BEECHAM, ...

LITTLE MISSENDEN

... Local Chronicle.—On the last Sunday in | two sermons on behalf of the Jews' Society were preached Little Missanden Church W. W. i Pomeroy. Tbe sermons were most interesting, and were ...

THE DIVORCE COURT

... ! A CHIEF OFFICER'S CASE. In the Divorce Court, yesterday, Elliott Ernest Farnall, chief officer of the P. and 0. liner Japan, obtained a decree nisi on the ground of his wife's adu ...

GOSSIP OF THE DAY

... SPORTING WOMAN'S TIPS. M.A.P. says: If woman is fond f snort end good shot, tips are as much expected from her as from a man. The usual fee for a day's partridge shooting is £ ...

SOCIETY AND PERSONAL NOTES

... The Rev. W. Quennell, M.A., rector of Shenfleld, has been appointed rural d.^an of Baretable. The Rev. B. Wright, 8.A., elder son of the J Rector of Sandon, has beeu app >iu ...