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TWO [ill] LADIES [ill]

TWO [ill] LADIES [ill]

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31 December 1899 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BRITISH CASUALTIES.

BRITISH CASUALTIES.

' Up to yesterday the total ?? of ho war taken from official figures were b follows- Killed .. . ?? 968 Wounded ?? 3,524 ilissing ?? ?? ?? 2,321 Total ?? 6,813 LATEST CASUALTIES AT LADY. SMITH. Sir G. White notified the general at Pieter- siaritzburg, on Thursday, that tbe only
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

I National Sunday Loingue - Escursion 'v Brighton, 3s., from Loiaon-bridge aen Victo ia, 9.30 a.m. calling at usual stations. Coucerts, commencing 7 p.m., at the Aliamlbra, Leicester-square, band of her IM'ajesty's Scots Guarls (by permission); Masa Lucy Clarke, Mr. Philip Broze
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LATEST MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

I LATEST MARKET INTPELLIGENCE. I 81TURDAn, Dec. 30. CORN AT MARK LANE. The last market day of the year was rather a gloomy one. Home grown Wheat,inssmall supply, ruled firm, but quiet. White ranged up to 2SB 6d, and rei to 2Ss per quarter, 631b. good led sample, delivered. Foreig
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THIS WEEK'S FOOTBALLMATCHES

THIS WEEK'S FOOTBALLMATCHES

THIS WEEK'SFOOTBALLMATCHES On Christmas day Sheffield United beat Mtanchester City, at Manchester ?? Derby County beat Liverpool, at Derby ?? Bury beat Notts Forest, at Bury (2-1. Everton beat Stoke, at Liverpool ?? Lincoln City beat Woolwich Arsenal, at Lincoln (5-0. Chesterliel
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ANGLING NOTES.

ANGLING NOTES.

The Thames has fished indifferently doari3q the hotidaye, a result doubtless due to the continued presence of snow brotb. The roacl anglers especially have had a poor timle of it The most sport has been experienced amon the pike, perch, and chub. Whac Lhe rivet really wants to e
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DORDRECHT OCCUPIED.

DORDRECHT OCCUPIED.

-DORDRECET - OCCUPIED. DA-RING EXPLOIT OF COLO- NIAL -TROOPS. An official despatch from Capetown on Monday ran :-Gatacro reports that Dal. gety with 150 police occupied Dordrecht. Boers retreating. No loes. On Sunday, says a telegram from Sterk troonm camp, a hardy and mobile for
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WINDSOR WEIR SWEPT AWAY.

WINDSOR WEIR SWEPT AWAY.

WINDSO WEIR SWEPT AWAY. Yesterday morning, shortly after half-past ten, the popular and pictur- esque little riverside village of Dat- |het narrowly escaped flooding by the Thames, for at that hour the entire centre of the Romney weir was snept away by the waters. The broken timb
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
OUR LOCAL THEATRES.

OUR LOCAL THEATRES.

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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England