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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

The city water will be turned off at noon to morrow. Lady Fitzhardinge has returned to town from Berkeley Castle. Lord Fitzhardinge is expected Monday. Mr. W. H. Butler, member of the St. George's Local Board and one of the overseers of the parish, has been mentioned a likely ca
14 May 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE SUICIDE OF A YOUNG LADY AT HEREFORD.

THE SUICIDE OF A YOUNG LADY AT HEREFORD.

THE SUICIDE OF YOUNG LADY HEREFORD. inquest on the body Miss Gertrude Brown, Australian young ladj', who died on Thursday, apparently from self-inflicted injuries, while staying with her uncle, the Vicar of Pipe and Lyde, Hereford, was opened on Friday. It was stated that the dec
27 September 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE BANK.

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE BANK.

The report of the Committee of Investigation into the affairs of the Cape of Good Hope Bank was Thursday submitted to adjourned meeting tha shareholders and adopted. The report embodies the provisional agreement made with the Standard Bank of South Africa, whereby th« L_*e«#r de
27 September 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CIRENCESTER.

CIRENCESTER.

CoitN Maiikkt, Monday.—Very largo attendance and large quantity grain offering." trade for wheat very dull, and prices Is. per quarter lower. Maltiug barley dull trade, but little enquiry for sred purposes. Beans, peas, and oats steady late rates. Cirencester Cattle Maukitt, Mon
05 April 1892 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
SOTICI!, rjIRANSFER Or JpLEDGE All Goods pledged with MR. ATTENMOROUGH will be to MR. TUSON, Norfolk Hot s::, Or.i) Churchyard,

SOTICI!, rjIRANSFER Or JpLEDGE All Goods pledged with MR. ATTENMOROUGH will be to MR. TUSON, Norfolk Hot s::, Or.i) Churchyard,

Cheltenham, soon tho SALE STOCK is disposed of. gjLOUCESTER gOOIETY. THIRD k LAST CONCERT, Easter Tuesday, April 19th, SHIRE HALL. GRAND MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMME. Soloists : MISS ANNA WILLIAMS, Soprano. MISS AMY CARTER, Contralto. MR. EDWARD HOUGHTON, Tenor (of tho Three Cities'
05 April 1892 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TOPICS OF THE DAY.

TOPICS OF THE DAY.

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1890. -Members of the House of Commons seem to have taken new heart since the weight of the Address has been removed from their shoulders. A glance at the notices of motions and other business yesterday shows that there was quite a frisky spi
26 February 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE REPRESENTATION OF NORTH MONMOUTHSHIRE.

THE REPRESENTATION OF NORTH MONMOUTHSHIRE.

Captain T. P. Price, M.P., the Gladstonian member for North Monmouthshire, has intimated to the Liberal Association of the division that he will not offer himself for re-election at the next general election. Captain Price has represented the division since 1885, when he polled
26 February 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
FUTURE BREWERY PROFITS.

FUTURE BREWERY PROFITS.

At present, no doubt, the "tied" houses from an important element in the earnings of the brewery companies interested in them ; but sooner or later the licensing question will have to be dealt with, and then, very different set of conditions may be brought about. The very existe
26 February 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
The Hon. George Corson, M.P., lias returned to London from his travels Central Asia and Persia. Mr. Cnrzon rode 2,000

The Hon. George Corson, M.P., lias returned to London from his travels Central Asia and Persia. Mr. Cnrzon rode 2,000

miles through the latter country. The girl A. Denman, reported missing by her mother on Monday West Ham Police-court, was found Tuesday morning the house of a Mr. Stratford, whew she ted teen
26 February 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE ALLEGED INTIMIDATION AT CREWE.

THE ALLEGED INTIMIDATION AT CREWE.

Mr. Joseph Jones, late chairman of the Liberal Association at Crewe, who was stated at the London and North-Western Railway meeting last Thursday to be one of the sufferers by the alleged intimidation of the workmen, writes to-day giving further instances his alleged ill-treatme
26 February 1890 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England