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CABDIFF.

CABDIFF.

he Town Clerk of Cardiff, yesterday, received letter stating tbat the tramway drivers art conductors ara ready to accept the Cab Committee’s suggcsLion and refer the wages dispute to arbitration. If the conpany agree to continue to pay the old drivers 28s a week, the others will
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BLAENAYON.

BLAENAYON.

On Sunday the Primitive Methodists held their chapel annivereary, when able sermons were preached by Mr E. Jones, of Monmouth, There were good gatherings the three services, and the oollectioDs, with extra efforts, realised £33 14a. On Monday aiternoon the annual tea meeting was
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHIPPENHAM.

CHIPPENHAM.

At the county police court, on Wednesday, William Woolford, young man, about 22 years of age, a native of Lydiard Millicent, near Swindon, wan charged with breaking into the houses of Mr Richard Rich, and Mrs Dickeon, Rowden hill, on the night of the 20th June, and stealing quan
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WOTTON-UNDER-EDQE.

WOTTON-UNDER-EDQE.

As tbe result of the vestry meeting held on Thursday the polling for the election of assistant overseer took place at the Town hall on Friday. The vicar presided, and Messrs Adams and Merritt, overseers, were also present. The votes were taken from 10 to 12 o’clock, from one to
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT.

WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT.

29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
€f)t Callt of Bristol.

€f)t Callt of Bristol.

Callt of Bristol. Tke as to how the oouTcntion meeting Colston hall was got up is gradually leaking out. As it was pretty well known that Bristol working men would not swallow Bill and the Tory arguments in its favour outsiders were brought in, and from the neighbourhood of a cou
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The Speaker took the chair at three o’clock. Mr Jambs Stevenson presented petition, and said that it was signed by Mr Booth, General of the Salvation Army, and other officers of the Salvation Army. The petition contained no less than 456,500 signatures in favour of closing publi
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LONDON HOP MARKET-MONDAT.

LONDON HOP MARKET-MONDAT.

Tranractions on the hop market are chieQy confined to sales to meet actual requirements. Prices for really good bops remain about the same, but inferior parcels are offered less money without finding buyers. Reports irom ’he plantation mention general decrease in vermin and the
29 June 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
XjTHSHIRE,

XjTHSHIRE,

02 July 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
apartmtntg, sc., Manrcti.

apartmtntg, sc., Manrcti.

ANTED, SITTING ROOM and Two BEDROOMS, in the country, near station ; farmhouse preferred; state terms.— Colston Villa, Knowle Hoad, Bristol. 742 MALVERN.— Wanted, FURNISHED BEDROOM and PIITING BOOM, for one or two weeks, in quiet respectable family : terms must be moderate—Full
02 July 1889 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England