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WATER SUPPLIES

WATER SUPPLIES

For VILLAGES, COUNTRY R2SIDEXOES, do. USE WIND POWER, WHICH COSTS NOTHING FOR PUMPING. Our Improved STEEL WIND-MILLS regulate themselves perfectly, cre Storm Defying, and run in a lighter wind than any others rnt introduced.
07 September 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
THOMAS ct SON,

THOMAS ct SON,

THOMAS SON, WATERWORKS ENGINEERS, Bread Street, WORCESTER
07 September 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
THE BROMYARD NEWS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7.

THE BROMYARD NEWS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7.

of *our. Three thousand Smiths mrt in New Jersey on Thursday and passed a resolution in praise 01 Great Britain as the original home of the Smith family. The Earl of Kimberley had the misfortune, in the disastrous fire which iecently destroyed an entire wing of Kimberley Hell, t
07 September 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
E. Hill & S. Rimell,

E. Hill & S. Rimell,

AND TAKE YOUR GREAT WESTERNRAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will run as under:_ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th LONDON foe days, from Leominster. Pescote, BROMYARD, Rrtightwirk, etc. For Ti., from other Staai , WEB S-ENDK-END EXCURSIONS, CO LODGINGS, etc.,bills and pamphlets. J. L. WILKINSON, Genera
06 September 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
BROMYARD RACES

BROMYARD RACES

The September meeting of the Bromyard Steeple and Hurdle Races were held Bromyard, on Monday last, in ideal weather but owing to harvesting operations and the fact that the Warwick meeting was being held at the same time, the attendance was very poor. Considerable delay was caus
06 September 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 

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WILD HONEY,

WILD HONEY,

The wild bossy eitTp , inTeias this year wi 1 1, says the "Chicago Record exceed all proms yields in the memory of those who arc interested in that industry. The bountiful spring rains caused the broad wearies of West and South-West Texas to become carpeted with fragrant wild fl
06 September 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
RUSSIA'S PLANS.

RUSSIA'S PLANS.

Paris, Monday. The "Temps " publishes the following evidently inspired cammxusication in the form of a telegram from ita St. Petersburg correspondent : Negotiations continue in regard to the Russian proposal for the evacuation of Pekin. This proposal is the natural corollary of
06 September 1900 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
ANOTHER TRAIN'S NARROW ESCAPE.

ANOTHER TRAIN'S NARROW ESCAPE.

Vryburg, October 14.—The hospital train which was sent to Maribogo has just. returned here after an adventurous journey. It bad reached the curve culvert 700 yards south of Maribogo Station in safety, and was in sight of the store, having just slackened speed, when it was observ
19 October 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
DEATH OF ADMIRAL COLOMB.

DEATH OF ADMIRAL COLOMB.

News reached London on Saturday of the death of Vine-Admiral Philip Howard Colomb, at his country residence, Steeple Court, Botley, Hants, a telegram announcing the sad news being forwarded to his brother, Sir John Colomb, M.P. Sir John was unfortunately not in London, but the t
19 October 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
CHAPTER XLVIL

CHAPTER XLVIL

A umlaut' renegers. It wee the evening of the day of Moire stolen marriage to Hilda Floyd, and soon after the return of the bridal party from Sydenliam. The two ladies, having ascertained that Lord Waldemar was gone out for a drive in the Park, retired immediately to their own r
19 October 1899 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England