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THE EVESHAM STANDARD, SATURat!LY , DECEMBER 7, 1889. VILAND'S RELATIONS TO IRELAND LECTURE IN THE TOWN HALL. ..

... popular leaders, backed by • people in arms, became irresistible. That party however, no longer led by Flood, who fell as the result of taking ales under the English Govern. rent. He was sacoeeded by Henry Grattan, a man of far greater wisdom, higher (+hamster ...

Bidford Berkford Brediey Green..

... A. Dap Newsman, Grattan Netherton J. Holder, Newsman, Ernie), Notprove . Jas. Hooper, Newsman, Newton ifwoman from Brenham. Newbold Bennett, Newsman, Ilmington. Northleach John Aoook, Neweeirent. Offenhua ...

THE STANDARD, 4ATORDAY, JANUARI 4 1913

... FOOTIALI. MOTUI. EVESHAM, Canons lloonne.—M 10.45. Tuesday. Jan. 7 Thuredav, Jill 9 . Netherton. SoturdaY. Jan. 11-Berkeley Arms, Egdon, at 11. Tee Woicsergnagunx—At 11. Monday. Jan. 6 Golden Bromagrove Wednesday, Jan. 8 Friday. Jan. 10. White Hart, Farnhill ...

THE STANDARD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1020

... unkind and impatient CLERKS ROBBED OF 13.000. By Arm•d and Masked Man. Two clerk s who were taking miners' wages' from a hank Lon.staby, kideshuo, to the ',undone.id co.liery on Friday were en upon by an armed and masked man who compelled them to hand over ...

IRELAND

... Inn was transferred to Mr. Charles Taroock.—The Rings Arms, Chipping Norton, was transferred to Mr. R. R. lifinulaiv, of that town.—Mr. Riohard Morris applied for the transfer of the Waterloo Arms, Ramsden Heath, in the parish of Wychwood. Oranted.—The ...

BROADWAY

... on the arms and face with the full kettle., and the water wont over witness, whole arum were bruised. Rote Shunner Naughtier of the last mdse.') site did not throw any water over Mte. Taylor. She saw Mrs. Taylor strike her mother, whose arms were bruised ...

BARONETS RoNikl+MC CAREER

... Should this be Emma in favour of the owners of licensed property, the commiithe will reduce the meads accordingly. Mr. John Grattan. M.P., presided over yesterday's meeting. and Mr. Faraday, tfis Btrewees' Association Taber, was Llilierevint At the elms ...

ENGLAND'S BROAD INTBRESTS

... Magge (Blackwell). Evesham, John It. Newell, John %V. Harremn (Mickleton. Moreton.iu- Marsh); Jelin Bate (Chipping Canspden. Gloss nester), supernumerary. Redditch, John F. Raw, J. Warren MHlward. Leominster, .Joseph B. Grattan, Herbert H, Minchin (Heyward) ...

LIIIIVET

... RANCit.—John Baker and Harry Workman. labourer*. Pershore. were summoned by Sergeant Creenway, drill instructor to the Eershone Volunteers. for eteeling levee 12lbs. weight of lead on April 27th, at Beef-wel. and 201 be. of lead on Mar 4th. John Rarill ...

ARRIVAL OF MR. RHODES

... the franehiee a Bud when the capitaltate decided that the time was tip° for arming. the• miners, were taken completely by surprise. A large number of miners refused to tuss•pt arms and were ordered to lease the mines immediately. In fighting for the capitalists ...

WOMEN'S WORK AT BREDON'S

... paid over to Sheppey by John Bennett was something over £7OO. s it. g old coins were there of Valin. tinier, Gratian, Valentinian, junior. and Theo. doaium, and the silver ones those of Conetentius, Julian, and Valentinian. Grattan, and Theodosius. It was ...

G. JONES,

... FRUITERER AND FLORIST. 19, ihidge St., EVESHANI. I:7ITE of 7 pro. log Droving Room. frames colour inlaid. Oak 1' try. al &AM% 1 Arm Main. sad 4 Ai An: limasd-hood. Worm Mir. QUITE of 7 peg. Molrogoar, holstered in of low Conch ? 2 Tub flrooll Chain; in excellent ...