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Bristol Times And Mirror, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1897, Bristol, Gloucestershire OUSE over person for tiered pleasant moderate reut C t 1 rent oi 0 te LET rest verv 11 3135 or cas ii IB i A N J i1 un iOi Oi miner KU oi -i security any par i oi tiie with Write or i low a no rees g y Kuar to ou easy ur Charges from iiC owa oi taken replied LO cr i if r c quire ci I privacy and 10 tba i O F F I cs ia nd other 5 or aoy the kiwi Loan Office ie for deposit oi au write in eci Banks or one iio to Aver interest heavy jome to uie easier terms applying E BANK Security T E L trade ana 1 1 also on on the en at Liver sr I C ja Hou 132 ncv a a toe y Sums Immediately available alone r or pay a reasonable i from to upon their m n sureties or bondsmen required NI in confidence by letter only to Mv MISCELLANEOUS at Home made POWDER For Maps ami Wilts date of the qu Photographic stores lu New List now r nnu M A A v cut and all iii with and Trade Marks and DENTAL f HEAL is oi Mecial ARTIFICIAL ivi the charges xj iu a Lew hours notice whilst Stopped 60 New CJ Is thousands painless 26 Old Mar k c t r ee U B GARDENING OOK SALE Two Good Oxford Down RAMS A BODY Houdan COCKERELS for SALE Apply J G K E EN PUG PUPPIES for F Wraxall Court Nail sea Somerset 8532516 MAKE SURE that your Pickles are good buy Spiced THIS J US Si Bristol FOR SALE a Choice lot of Eating aud Cooking APPLES in two orchards Also some Kector Bristol HANDSOME years retrieves land or water Price 37 540 K A K ME Provide for your Stock in the X spring by this month Winter Oats aud A bONS 12 and 45 SALE Dairy of MILK su R F EPAIRS to BATHS Heating Apparatus Structures licit and Cheapest Firm for e Boilers T Old IGS The aud most Food FATTEN is HOUSE per trout STARCH HOUSE WASH lor FATTEN PIGS marvellous iu its results per itl CLI tor PIGS J or Coru per Gallon reel Pl H No the so white and as id per OT WATER HEATING com- petent men kept A J M CO While UEK CIDER CIDER Port Wine Rum t aud SON JERSEY and GUERNSEY 100 Choke young Cows and in aud c iving all prices moderate K vv 11 minster 3 choice Ked u months old 50s eadi Fat CALF iij and iu Apply BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES SECOND-HAND Koud Kacer ij Gent's linger Model clc Luxe and iroin I CYCLE 4 trcci 1 M K O D S The reason of has been remarkable for the extra- ordinary The results stamp the as being the m thu West oi At Miles Scratch Kace for vod value 40 guineas won by W E Edmunds on a Tyres won by W E Edmonds on a At Any Championship OE uon by L on a fitted Dun lop lyres At Miles Scratch Kace fur Coal Trimmers Challenge Cup won W K on a It's the best make the best make they all the best malic But riders go in iront when the pace begins to tell When the bell begins to uy boys the pace begins to tell The riders are in iront when the pace begins to tell apologies to Kipling and the GENUINE CLEARANCE End of Reason CYCLES at Agents IS HAPMAN K 18 U Agents for CYCLES C Wedge Mile Championship West of England won on a Agents CHAPMAN 18 GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE End of Season CYCLES at Actual CHAPMAN i Cycle Agents IB SAFETY worth equal new tyres best all Old Market JS bONb Cycle Manufacturers and Agents Special department for plating aud Enamelling Cycles fetched and delivered by cart in Bristol and district lading tree to purchasers 01 new bt Bristol Jb SONS Special value Ladies S with Beeston pneumatic tyres cash iOs 12 ail OS WILLWAY Special value No 2 matic tyres cash price U Ladies SAFETIES in Lady's tyres calcot Safety Beaton 10s Coventry Cross Beyston jj order Girl's S WILL WAY SAFE TIES v SwUt Safety Dun lop tyres pattern lus order single tube ius high tube Cushion Safety good order oOs safety safety Kb V J CO Works street St Showrooms tt bite Station Sole Makers of the famous A J skilled workmen CYCLES are made by time work Luces and other A orient Lowest Cut London PTJ ices Cyclist Cyclist Waterproof Capes and j Cleaned and Moderate charges per week or Machines collected SAFETY detachable tyres wheels handle bar case worth allowed -82 w Pneumatic scarcely C Y C L IMPORTANT NOTICE We Cancelled our with The Ltd as to our Agency lor and hereby give notice that our c iu lire 10 Mr W J The Cyc ones and NOT to the Cycle Co as previously advertised CO Ltd Coventry BASSINETTES MAIL All Largest and most Elegant Stock to select from in tho Vk cat iX VALID io no bush Cojne see i MAIL Tricycles O bursts Chairs aud -SI great JL variety choice latest improvements j 1 i i iid value t tun c JL Juvenile Chairs or Hire of and MAIL of JL to x lor SALE cost will Ukc lb equal to H CITY CART COVERS id per square yard ft 3 aad 10 SALES BY CONTRACT RY Great of Bristol ALL in the y CHAIR as good as Prayer Bible T Maccabees Christopher to Bi vr to M Bristol grami m obtainable every Watch S Suitable for the Cottage Villa L or Mansion from Clock to in S and Keener KINGS A splendid selection Avith jirst Electro Silver-plated TABLE A reat of for aud sent posi Bristol lor p CLOCK aud by English ami Foreign Best workmanship i ft t T and of Seats labling Awnings Flags and brilliant Fd gallon pound Delivered street ami Old Market per Bundles Splitting and jug 109 1701 JiLlNDrf of every for for estimates 5573 Handsome Horseshoe PIN 13 price Fair nearly iu price -17 OTT'S Absurd Silver order price to clear cosl more Ibau double the money lowed LEVER nearly new Albert stumped on every link five years street Lady's Second hand KING very only Hundreds oi Gem in sLouk to select rum Fair Entree DISHES Avill make lour best quality L C H jLC 4 OLD HOLD and Miscellaneous purchased ur received Un casli waited cc CO 47 Bristol 4 MATCH irom Trays 10s Gd Tri id dozen Butter Pair of bust U hi quality lowest price every guaranteed 1 MICHAEL'S T Double locks 53 uri Bristol Eace Ou rd the Showrooms oi Local JOHN P road fc free from their Agents JOHN i SONS Linen Markers Pencils Dater fid Rubber Type founts or BrasK business Stencil Flutes oi every O NE ChAKE rine Old WHISKY li ul per gallon MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS DAYS b A PIANOS Organs many tightly Must Liu told to make to CO square PIANO thoroughly renovated suit ur others A 63 w Cottage Catie Check Action if not in Mahogany tt Preston Mahogany mid several others at equally low prices juot BK U TON i CO Case panel Iront full and CO 33 10s PIANO Casp full compass panel oW front returned irom short and CO Lid JG IMAJN'O Walnut case panel front wear equal to cost tt CO Story F I case lull bright COM 5S Bord Walnut case pan yl front full check action nearly it C.O 38 Broadwood full compass check Rosewood caic tone cost CO 38 F J Smith case panel front cheek action another by Kmigblut Walnut ease good CO J Rosewood case full cv cost Also Walnut coat BRUTON A CO Croft Exhibition model Walnut case irou frame marquetry panel full trichord the CO FIANO iron frame lull trichord Walnut case panel condition Cost 58 Brooklyn Walnut panel front check action full compass slightly used noted for Sole Agents CO Kalph full compass Walnut case panel front returned from hire cost 1 1 i L CTO N CO 58 Walnut frame panel front check action Groves PIANO case panel front with organ complete cost Piano coot 23 hi eel in aver Grand Ebony and Gold trichord very special bargain cost K t CO PIANO overstrung Iron Frame uJl trichord check Walnut Case front all PIANO Case Iron double overstrung full trichord 1 1 of k n r t i o n cut A UO Kirk man PIANO Walnut Case Iron ac action Marquetry panel front grand Ume tt CO Iron Krame Ebony Case full cV panel front check BKU TON and POPULAR handsome Walnut Irou Frame eh fiction our leading Walnut Case panel in splendid condition 21 oil decided bargain CO Limited Upright Iron irand handsome case high Cost A CO PIANO tone Full Coni- es bargain C PIANO complete steel 110 guineas bargain nun CO 10s and others lid All kinds Strings and tV CO and Estimates limit on on the JOHNSON A LOIN 5s 3d V IU 4 WATER BOTTLES 1J ami 30 CLARK CITY SUPPLY No 1 choice old spivil with line per bottle PCI AND MIKROS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1897 FURNITURE HILLIPS SONS 49 and 51 Bristol t aml Second-hand and Antique in the West of 70 years Very fine Spanish Mahogany cW 6 leott indies handsomely carved with glass to Second-hand Mahogany DINING TABLE cV to three insertions with heavy carved legs ost 60 Tables from to and Screens Wire Window Lases Aviaries Larbed Uire Muzzles M ark reel re W o rfr j y A T of Immense Selection 01 aud Keeper oi aud choice Louis SUITE all luir stuffed and covered iu red Bilk pea try worth of oilier Suites to Occasional TABLE to match really worth Ws 70 other Tables 1 PS tie CABINET beautiful design aud superior without doubt Unest of its kind in worth Over Cabinets all latest patterns Lo t f i ILLI FtJ A ti 04 pretty Louis design MUSIC cW carved and well finished cost HO lection others dU styles to and well-made American Top oW TABLE exceptional value worth IDes oO other iOs to very fme Genuine CHIPPENDALE in splendid worth Choice of oilier antique fine inlaid Sheraton Bureau cW BOOKCASE juat up to new worth JL Several bureaus Jti to A SON S Finest Quality Second-hand Bordered stur choice in use two cost 100 new and second-Hand all to A y 10s Beautifully upholstered iu ami English velvet borders just eost guaranteed W other u IPs to PIf y 2 fine Figured Walnut centre with and trays and bevelled glass door cost 30 Other odd Wardrobes 30s to PHILLIPS bONS oiler special inducements to Country Buyers All over delivered in our own vims within miles of Bristol Goods of charge waiting customers Thoroughly Second-hand large size Bedroom wardrobe wurs and trays 2 chairs and horse all in condition cost 50 Other Capital Second-hand Brass aud best quality Wire to iit cost ius equal Lo new Fine selection New Second-hand Bedsteads till A Eii of New and Fireproof ia the West ot over 80 to choose from to Large-size Second-hand Axminster Several others in 49 Absolute Second-hand Oak b U IT E elaborately curved covered in Turkey gnnu Morocco l of and ad ib ild opportunity aud in lOd j Solid Mahogany o Complete cost price la to suit cu stain or Damascus Barrels Double G top action bar locks only Jl J Brazilian Pebble IfA to suit all is pair FOLDERS i UT j i r i i i t MAGNIFICENT Double by Hi ec lor in and JOHN oc I block of ana aud to select lunu close on a Telephone 916 Ash Complete Bedroom xv all bevelled plates has no equal at fly t rce t Solid Mahogany Duchesse Dressing TABLE bevelled glass curved supports coloured marble to quality guaranteed BEDS Carpets Sideboards eis Mats Table Covers Bicycles heel Chairs Perambulators Sewing Cots Coal Vases Clocks dec AC Cash or Hire fci di BON 4 While Ladies floats top of Warehouse during business JL hours it House Furnishers ula lor Cycle Agents 71 White MILL fur bcsL Saddlebags only filn Walnut bevelled V drawers jewel case ILL burr bit Wardrobe Toilet 1 e btund MILL Full-size Iron iis Black aud Wire ironi is fcU broker Old Market has a Quantity in every description for im under iU value aud extending rail aud Spring to fit aud Mattress lis and Handsome bO by bevelled plates solid A Pier richly II CHINA ULASS 21 it near tit burton Tea Cervices Block Low TOOLS lor Roads Collieries Markets aud all and SOIsS limited bridge Bristol A 26 cells 31 plates in J fcj ibO s Ampere volt Compound Wound DYNAMO complete rails J S Vv SONS St Ampere volt shunt wound sliding rails perfect condition J b SONS St Bristol UT HACKS and for i and Malic rs Cast from and other Counters Lathes und Tools for Amateurs Use worked COMPANY 11 Bristol ADDRESSES W I N E THE RESTORATIVE NEB VINE For Sleeplessness Neuralgia Anaemia Nervous Debility Physical Breakdown Whooping Co ugh Weakness following Illness The restorative properties oi Hall's Wine are truly It immediately a few glasses only being to prove its value It cau be taken safety as there are absolutely no evil Thousands testify to its value in all the above com- plaints Its popularity is due entirely to merit aud that nothing is claimed for it that has not abundantly thus no Write for a free tasting sample Of licensed chemists or wine merchants and per bottle or free from STEPHEN BOW LONDON E WINE may be obtain ea Co Wine 14 aud 15 1 and 2 Mary and 11 odder and Co jLund 8 9 10 U Ferris aud Co A OILSKIN JACKETS guaranteed water prooi bs Gd 5s yd and Tho 9 and 10 street Bristol guaranteed from ad each y and 10 Bristol d bs Ul 10s SUN'S fJ and 10 8 CLAKK CITY SUPPLY Medoc per uer bottle yNK CLAKK CITY SUPPLY tf Jo very aged 1 per Bottle vcr way be obtained Daily oi Mr alto receives and ADDRESSES ESTABLISHED 50 YEARS TELEPHONE 220 SURREY STREET PAIE OR BREAKS DRAGS Drags will comfortably Seat 18 Outside BREAKS BUSES BROUGHAMS PONY TRAPS COMMERCIAL and Every Other Description of CONVEYANCE with or without Horses FOOTBALL CLUBS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR WEDDING CARRIAGES WITH MATCHED GREYS A FEATURE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT ALL AT MODERATE Contractors to Government and the Bristol Corporation OFFICE AND NIGHT HALF FARES W OCK JL The Ideal Typewriter for Correspondence your Clerk learn it iu a few hours School needed It does automatically those things on Typewriters the operator has to to The writing is always in sight as if using a pen WHY KOT STREET A LITTLE LIST OF LITTLE ILLS CUBED BY JU ITTLE T IVEK Ju ILLS Torpid Liver positively Cured by these Little Pills They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia Indigestion and too Hearty Eating A perfect remedy Nausea Drowsiness Bad Taste in the Mouth Coated Tongue in the Bide and They regulate the Purely Vegetable Sugar Coated Small Pill Small Dose Small Price The smallest and easiest to u nil do not gripe or purge but by their gentle action please ail who use them Established 1653 Of all Chemists Is lid TITTLE LIVER JL CURE ALL LIVER ILLS CUT BE SURE THEY ARE CARTER'S 1168 SCRAPS FROM LAST NIGHT'S PAPERS From the GloM The Marquess of Northampton who died on day at liis Scottish seat Tobermory Isle of Mull aged 79 before succeeding his brother in the title in 1877 had a long connection with tho Royal Navy m which he earned some distinction After serving as a lieutenant on the Melville was appointed to tho and it owing to his great exertions jointly with those of George C Fowler and John in command of a barge and two cutters during the China War in 1811 that the ship was saved from a well-planned attempt on the part of the Chinese to destroy her by means of a of lire vessels These WETO ably reported in the Gazelle Lord Northampton became captain in 1853 retired in and was moted to the rank of three years later He became Vice-Admiral in and Admiral in 1880 Tho following deceased nobleman appointed Special Envoy Extraordinary to invest Alfonso the late King of Spain with the Order oi the Garter and received from his Majesty tho Grand Cross of Charles ill He himself created a Knight of the Garter in 1835 The electric cab though it has been only three in tho streets hay already become a familiar object It seems from a letter published by the general manager of the London Electrical Cab Com- pany that it is also becoming popular und therefore remunerative to the The earnings of the vehicles actually in use aro said to amount to 150 pel cent more than those of the ordinary hansom It is of interest to Irani from the manager's letter that the Union is in favour of the tion From the St Li Hung Chang's visit to England is said to have bad the most beneficial effect on the destinies of women in China Sinco liis return lie has appointed the first Chinese lady practising medicine in her own land to be physician to the women of his household Two delegates Miss Wang and Dr Eng are to sent the Celestial Empire at the Women's Congress in London in 1898 The latter is the daughter of a mandarin who was converted to Christianity and graduated in an American university and she obtained the degree of Doctor of Medicine at the Women's Medical College Philadelphia She has been so successful iu the healing arb that she is now known as the Miracle Lady Sir Kobert Giffen will be succeeded as Secretary for tho Commercial Labour and Statistical Branch of the Board of Trade by his first assistant Mr A E man Mr Bateman is a barrister He entered the Board of Trade in 1865 and lias served under Sir H Header Lack and Sir Robert He attached to Sir Louis mission to Paris iu 1877 and lias been employed in several commercial and tical conferences since that date He was made a in 1892 and was promoted to bo Deputy Con- troller at the Board of Trade in 1894 is stated that Col H Jekyll has been appointed as the Government agent in Taris for the British section of the Paris International Exhibition of 1900 in which capacity Jie will have full control over all exhibitors and be responsible for the multifarious administrative duties which on the occasion of the Exhibition of 1889 were discharged by the Sir Cunliffe Owen Col Jekyll has the reputation of being a great organiser a good man of business and most popular with everyone who knows him From the Pall If Emperor William carries out his intention of visiting the Holy Land lie will hie the second German Emperor to see Jerusalem The only other in era ber of the Kaisers who toured there was n the great Crusader Great regret is felt in the French navy at the retirement of Vice-Admiral on attaining the limit of age He lias been very popular throughout a long career both in the service and in society A friend of the Prince of Wales he has often visited England and it was under his escort that the Empress Eugenie escaped from the dangers that threatened her in 1870 and got safely on board Sir John yacht at Trouville Colonel who is distributing King Menelik's presents broadcast to the Courts of Europe is reported to have four fine negroes the acceptance of the Czar Russia probably is the only country in which this gift could be accepted without a shriek from sentimentalists ACKNOWLEDGMENT REDLAND 2 GROVE treasurer Mr T Webster gratefully acknowledges the following contributions to this charity Kick and Burial Association per Mr Alway DU JONG if s COD LIVER SS m- is UNEQUALLED Hunt late Medical of Health SI and writes In badly nourished infants Dr Jonah's Cod Liver Oil is invaluable The rapidity with which two or three a day is ing The weight gained is three times the of tho Oil or more like the taste of tie Oil and when ib is given them often cry for more Sold only in capsuled Imperial Pints 5s Quarts by all Chemists Sole Consignees Ansar Co 210 Hoi born London U A CASE OF INGRATITUDE Joel Jones a young man was charged at tha yesterday with stealing a quantity of and the sura of the property of the Kev A H Tredennick The evidence of Anmo Hunt of 18 which was taken afc a previous hearing of the case was read over from winch it appeared that on Sunday 15th August the defendant call eel on the Rev A mck had dinner and tea with him About six o clock they left the together and some time later the defendant returned and asked for Mr When he learnt that lie was not in defendant asked to be allowed to go in and wait and he was shown into A room About twenty minutes later witness entered the room to lignt the gas and found that the defendant had left the house leaving the front door wide open she missed the missionary box and the note paper The Bev A H Tredennick who now gave evidence stated that he was curate at Christ church and that he first became acquainted with the by his calling upon him at his rooms in Clifton on Saturday Aug 14th He made out a very sad story and represented that he was the son of a clergyman and that his mother had recently died and he now had no friends He stated that ho knew a man in Reading a friend of his father's whom he felt sure would help him and he wanted to pt there Witness did not give him any as he thought he would make some inquiries first He lodgings for the def and the latter visited mm on Sunday Cki Sunday evening about eight o clock lie met the defendant who said he was roing to his lodgings and witness told him to call the following morning at 11 o'clock He did not do so anci on inquiry was informed that the defendant had not slept at his lodgings on the Sunday night He had since heard from the clergyman in Reading whom the defendant said knew his father and found it was untrue Detective Ferry stated that he received the defendant in custody for the Oxford police on Sept 3rd When charged the defendant admitted that he took the missionary box and broke it open and that it contained Is 3d The defendant said he was very sorry for what he had done but he was on the verge of starvation He had seen the chaplain of the Church Army who bad promised him admission into the army The bench considered it a very serious offence and sent defendant to prison for six weeks KENSINGTON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF ART BERKELEY SQUARE The following are the names of the successful students in the Government examinations held in April and May last OUTLINE DRAWING FROM THE CAST Excellent Gamble b first Charles P Ada Francis Pagel Edith E Hone Albert J Butler SI Sinnock Charles A Charles W Thomas P Cole Francis A Brown Blanche Webb J Stanley J Bennett Florence J Carlile C Gibbons J din Jessie L nature Susan C Florence G Barton Minnie Ashworth Rayhel U Webb Alice G Strickland Lizzie Hunt Luey 0 Douglas M Raker D Magniac A Alexander Catherine L Wills Mabel F Wedlock Winifred M Cockle Albert A Harford Eily St Springfield Christopher H Coe H Alice M Haines 1 J Hills Julia 51 M Palmer Derrick Thomas Bryan Herbert O Holbrow C Nellie C M KateE rancis Lucy E -Echvard and Hester Willis Second Class Alice K Jape Elizabeth E Douglas Joseph J William J Boon Kelson C H Monks Thomas Ji Lucy 11 Jones David Sydney John Maud J Walters and Henry C SHADING THE CAST ADVANCED Lizzie 11 un I and Margaret J First H Webb Alice M Francis J Hills Lily St Clair Springfield Gamble B Catherine L Wills W Willis Albert A Harford Maud Henry N Tyler f TLN If j i ILLS and Marry C Second Lillic lucker Annie Frederick H Henry Mabel A J iggs Percy G Sinnock Walter Jones Alfred H Heaven Francis B Wick ham Bus an C Kelson C H Monks acd MODEL DRAWING ADVANCED Gamble 8 First Nellie Sydney Herbert C Woodruff Christopher H Cpc Carter Lucy C Douglas Edna M SinnocK Jessie L Walters Ethel K Pitt Elsie Mary Bennett Wager Francis A Brown Francis B Frederick H Fulford James Banks Tliomas D Bryan George F Albert A Harford Charles w N Tyler and Second Class David Eily St Clair tield Lucy H Jones Sydney J Cocking Florence E Thomas William E Edith G Williams Annie U Gay Mabel F Lucy C Kempster Maiy B Orson on C H Joseph J Long Lizzie Charles W Thomas Edward Cecil Pomcroy and Arthur W Fortey THE Class Gamble S Margaret J George F and William Evans Second Class Kate E Jessie L Waters Alice Florence J Carlile Lucy C Douglas and Thos Bryan DRAWING THE ANTIQUE FROM Excellent W ill lain K Liu ton Harry Morrall and George First u amble ti Second Reuben C Carter Florence J Carlile Margaret J Chilton and Thomas M Wood Class Ellen E worth Khoda Wager and Kate E DRAWING Frederick George Second Class Thomas if Wood Jessie L Walters Alice Treasure Margaret J William E Lin ton Florence J Carlile Wager C Carter AN ATOMY Class Gamble S Wager anil L Walters Second Class William 11 Lin coil PAINTING STILL Harry Morrall First Charles A Sheehau Second Keuben C Carter Margaret L Chilton TAINTING IK Class Kate Hippisley Alice Treasure Gamble y Jessie L Walters Amy E aud Florence J Carlile or ADVANCED Gamble S First Florence J Corlite Second Ciass Edith G Williams Jessie L Walters Frederick G and Wager OF Claw Ada Faget Albert A Harford Francis J Kato Kate Ethel A Tammadge Ellen E and Lucy C HONOURS Class Margaret J Chilton aud Charles A DESIGN Frederick G First Kate C Hippesley and Gamble G second Elizabeth ii Douglas and Wager DESIGN ELEMENTARY Class Edward C Pomcroy Charles W Ethel Kate Pitt and Mabel F Wedlock Gamble G First Class Harry and Charles MODELLING Ciass chasi A Gamble b and Elizabeth E Douglas Class Lucy C Florence J Carlile Wager Edith i and A Sheehau Second Arthur W Fortey Margaret E Jackson t Margaret J Chilton C romeroy and Jessie L Waiters A Shechan Ellen E Teal Millicent Edith M Stanley J Bennett William A Sheldon Khoda Wager Mary L Bakers Luuy H Jones Charles F W Hunt Charles and Gamble S Second E Douglas Philip Williams Amy Elsio Thomas IX Arthur A Fortey Ethel A Tammadge Jessie L Walters and Francis ii Fulford AKT Francis B Fullord Lucy H Jones Arthur A For ley Gamble t i IT Claim Percy Edith How Ian d William Cole Charles W Lizzie Huut William J Boon Charles F W Dewing Albert A Alired If Heater Williy Gamble B Mary L Harry E Smith Ethel A M Sydney Cocking Amy E Henry N Tyler Ethel K Pitt Lucy C Francis B William E Kachel Webb Beatrice leal Annie E Mailer Nellie L Ethel K E Orson Maybery rine L Wills Mabel F Wedlock Nancy Kellie Uer O Hoi brow Ethel M Tapp t K Francis A Lucy C Dougias Amy C B Edward C Pomeroy Julia M Alice M Huines Eily St Clair Springfield and Christopher H Class C Alfred E Oaten Mabel L Roberts Andrew Alice G Strickland Maudl Walters Mabel A C Walter Millicent Josiah J Long Susan O A Fortey Alice N Austin Ada ti Ethel M Winifred M Cockle Blanche Webb G Lyne Eva A Mary Luuy H Jones Alice Watts Theodora M L D Alma E Foget Henrietta J Davies Kelson C M E Hone 8 Herbert O Lucy C Lizzie Hunt Edith M Wickham aud Amy E Albert J Butler CLAY Class Alice N Edith M Nellie Amy E Bull Henrietta E J Johanna Houc Minnie Longford Bertha Ii Francis A Daisy B Alice G Paul Ethelind M Kowland Florence E Henry E Thomas hi Hie Tucker Constance White Ethel S White Cecilia F Adams M and Thomas M Wood Second Elsio ii Albert J Butler Frederick II J Hunt Andrew McGowan Eily St Charles W Thomas David Yeale Blanche ebb Rachel II Webb Eva A Bullock Charles W H Hawkes Alice M Haines Mabel K William 15 Liuton Annie Elsie H White and Florence J Winstone Wans Eily St Clair field Geraldine Magniac Mary Louisa Dakers Charles Walter Joues Lizzie Hunt Millicent Albert A Harford Charles W Dawe Ethel Amy E Ethel K Pitt Elsie M Lucy C Kempster Frederick H Thomas ii Wood Banks Francis B Fulford C Carter William E Sydney J Cocking Henry N Tyler Herbert O Holbrow Gamble and P Stonelake Second Winifred M Cockle Minnie Ashworth Mabel Hunter Nancy Hissey Elizabeth Douglas Alice M Haines Julia M M Palmer Francis J Hills Thomas ii C Bull Lucy C Douglas Andrew Francis A Brown Kelson J H Monks Coe William J Hunt Bertha E Mabel F Wedlock Lucy H Jones Nellie L Wills Pomeroy Helen M E Annie B Gay Theodora Whittle Stanley J TO CORRESPONDENTS To facilitate publication and prevent delay U is requested thai letters tor the correspondence column or con- lasting be addressed to The and not io individual member oj the Firm to those visibly I for it a much infinite interest to are requested to write on one side of the paper only as ttich arrangement greatly facilitates composition We cannot undertake to return rejected communications All letters must be accompanied by and address of the not for publication but an a of i THE LIVING OF CLIFTON I had no when writing my previous letter neither have I the intention now to enter into a lengthy argument with my friend Mr James Inskip but his reference to me in a loiter which you publish this morning calls for one word iu response is sadly mistaken if he considers that the question at issue is one confined to those interested in the Parish wider scope and that it is of Churchmen generally Whilst stoutly maintaining the protest raised I am quite willing that others should be the arbiters as to whether or 110 the view expressed summarises the situation For this I appeal again to the Record in after discussing letters from Mr Talbot Greaves and others I find this If these words do not imply a threat what is their meaning Turning to a letter which I find in another Church paper a correspondent who signs himself A Parishioner of St Andrew's Clifton states that about seven years ago the pew owners of the Parish church received a circular from the then vicar the purport of winch was to request them to give up their private property in the pews for the purpose of augmenting the income of the vicar and also to put an end to private ownership of pews in a parish church which so many object to These extracts are Sir sufficient for your readers to draw their own conclusions With this I retire from the controversy I am Sir yours faithfully H C Sept 1897 seems to be great confusion in the minds of some people with regard to the black gown and the Genevan preaching vestment The was part of the costume of the Anglican priest of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries worn over the cassock when he took part in the he wore the surplice over both Though honesty be no Puritan yet it will do uo it will wear the surplice of over the black gown of a biff Act I sc The extreme Low Church party of 1 j told Cartwright were appointed as Jit garments for preachers and none might preach except they received them to Hooker these good folk would rather preach and pray in a surplice than resign their livings What the Caroline ivas to enforce the use of the long gown and of the Genevan or sleeveless so beloved by the Puritans The Genevan cloak is very like the old bJack cope which was the most vesture in iu Collegiate and Cathedral churches and the garment which is for the black gown is not unlike the Benedictine habit in the distance The idea that the black is a budge of the Protestant religion is a great mistake I have known mauy instances of the sermon being preached in tile black at some people would call High Mass and certainly the discourses delivered in that garment would not have acceptable to those who are now prominently supporting this ment It hits not yet been shown that either black gown or Geneva cloak were in use in England iu the second year of Edward VI as a preaching vesture Can some Biblical scholar expound the following will cut off tli e oE Baal from this place and the name oi with the priests Why were the priests of Baal called ATCHLEY Rev Talbot Greaves not having replied denying his uso of the surplice at Portbury I hope I am not premature in thinking that he cannot In your issue i sec Mr J Inskip does not agree with Dr Stewart or myself This of course is not strange or unexpected hut it is sec that lie is ing the correspondence and I would ask both himself acd the Kev Mr Greaves to read the letter by it owner and parishioner in this week's Church living the gist of a circular said to have come from Messrs and about Eeven or eight years ago and which was apparently the starling point of which these recent disclosures are the sequel Now if this letter in the Church Times means anything at all and the correspondent is correct then it is time that the circular referred to be public aud those who are at fault be brought to book for this matter is no longer one lor Clifton parish only the whole Church be it called High or Low Yours truly Yatton September 7 W REED THE LATE JOHN EVERETT London Letter in last Friday's issue is incorrect iu this youthful baronet Sir John Everett Millais was the model for Sir John Millais picture Bubbles The original of Bubbles is the second son of Sir John Millais daughter whose husband died 50 sadly in India a lew years ago F j C THE POSITION IN To those peaceful folk of England won dwell at home at ease the following extract from a private letter doted August may give a new and perhaps lurid idea of the dangers our kinsmen in India have to confront at the present moment Writing from Kawal a garrison not far from the frontier our correspondent don't know what amount oi unrest there is amongst all the natives around here There is a rumour that the city bad here arc going to rise and will be joined by several of tlie 40th The Cantonment magistrate has even given orders that everybody is to be armed in case oj a mny and lots of people have taken arms and ammunition out tbe arsenal At Murree the rumours are almost worse Aud so on who wish to feel themselves in a case might imagine as follows enemy or Buss i a n s or French or all three has c fleeted a landing on the south coast a hostile licet has sighted and the doughty Mayor after con- the military authorities has called ou all bodied citizens to bear arms and be carolled Heavens preserve What lias become of the Radicals and the tribe uf Little Yours obediently LATTI It greatly amuses us who are neither the Government of ludia nor the but the British mercantile community to read of the absolutely drivelling folly that some of the gentlemen who sit on the Opposition side of the House of Commons are guilty of fulminating One of their great ideas is tional government for India The mere idea of this would laughable to discuss if these people did not openly proclaim their ideas Their senseless speeches come out here in their entirety aud the Native Press oi the rabid type picks up its scissors and industriously clips out the most salient features of this chatter leaving out the contra side of the and works t itself up into a frenzy oi leading articles with these extracts as texts Unfortunately they take ft portion of the native population with them This leaveu of sedition industriously does its work and the whole of discontent in Western and India may be put to this force working amongst the ignorant natives Of course a word or two smashes the idea of government What would its think of a Government constitutionally representing the races tho whole of the American African aud continents This would not be so incongruous a mixture as a Government of of the rent people of India Iu the first place there are nearly 300 languages spoken in the many of which are aboriginal aud have ijo characters There arc of religions all hating one another aud all divided into different and sections It one representative were sent for each million tants we should havo a House of 300 senators spare the mark about 150 languages would probably be spoken and the would consequently need to be a man of considerable versatility A House of Parliament representing Irishmen would be a mere assembly of compared to the Parliament under Very likely the talk of a Constitutional is spoken in jest ia the House of Commons The idea deep here India at the present moment requires to be governed by a strong just arm at this June Lure would be a of Only Justice must be wrought and should be and heavy The signs oi these times resemble those preceding the Mutiny To those who have read Lord Lawrence's biography this is painfully evident Let those careless speakers of England curb themselves OF iu case of another great the larger portion of the burden of blame will be laid on their shoulders The Government of India is not and we all have our grumble at them Still it is an earnest working Government and both it and its servants have probably the most chivalrous idea oi their duty of any iu the wide world Let the whole of Great Britain loyally support them and let the gaseous Notionalist and the other so-called friends of Sir W and have a caro to their ances There aro very many m India ever ready with their monumental lies I write the as an independent observer and sign myself in friendship Calcutta August VOLUNTEER SHOOTING AT CHARD On Saturday a shooting match came off at Chard between teams representing the Chard and Volunteer Companies resulting in victory for tho latter by 28 points dome extraordinary scores were made as under COLITON 200 Sergt S White Priv A J White Hergt Spur way Priv F White Priv Priv 34 31 30 51 29 28 29 500 33 30 33 33 29 28 34 600 32 29 31 27 28 50 34 Tl 99 90 91 86 86 97 f Sergt Petty Sergt Mutton Friv Trenchard Sergt Bishop 212 30 26 30 30 28 28 220 211 643 31 35 33 26 32 24 27 33 33 27 31 25 33 26 27 98 87 07 65 81 01 203 210 202 615 v i IkUG Ii Bennett Arthur W Fortey Susan C Densley Ada 8 button It soothes DELICIOUS TEA A Guarantee oi Purity Remember the Black Beetles horrid things and be sure to tell to well sprinkle the floor near the fireplace last thing at night with Keating's the unrivalled ol Fleas Beetles Moths less to animals Bold only in tins 3d and Is each 5 THROAT AFFECTIONS which liave proved successful in for the cure oi Coughs t Colds Catarrh or any irritation or ness ot tbe are now imported and sold in this country at Is per box Put up in the of a it is the most convenient pleasant safe and sure remedy for clearing and strengthening the voice in the world No family should be without them The genuine have the words BROWN'S TROCHES on the stamp around each box London 33 and all Patent Medicine Vendors ADVICE TO Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the paiu of cutting teeth Go at once to a chemist and get ft bottle of MBS WINSLOW'S SYRUP which has been over 50 years by millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect It is to It produces natural quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain ami the little cherub awakes as J iijjmo j s 41151 o Mabel A Oaten i Is IW MUSIC ART THE With The Geisha at tbo this week tod eix operas next Mr Chute cannot be slid to be neglecting that particular of music which is always such an attraction to a Bristol and Clifton audience By the way the performance of The at Daly's Theatre last there was uo distribution of souvenirs and Mr George refrained from making one of his memorable if only by reason of the stirring ovation accorded by the overflowing ence to each of the prominent members cf the cast now happily returned from well-deserved Miss Tempest who resumed her part after a short visit to received a welcome on her home-coming which visibly affected her Later on in the play when Miss Lind tripped across the bridge with her there was another burst of applause which prevented her from beginning her dialogue for some moments For the rest the popular enthusiasm was pretty evenly distributed among Mr Hayden Coffin Mr Wright aud Mr Rutland At tbe close a summed up tho situation in a terse sentence which nobody seemed inclined to dispute Good old George always gives us good value Amongst the artists who are eti 11 filling their original parts in Geisha at Daly's is Miss Mary CoHette the original O saki At the Theatre Royal Mr Ernest Carpenter put ou another melodrama The Terror of a kind of play which always appeals to who appreciate blood and thunder laid on pretty thickly Both the People's Palace and the Empire which it one of the prettiest houses on thia side of London have issued excellent programmes and should secure good audiences during the week bo should Mr Crocker with his wonderful performing horses at the OQ Wednesday October 27 the celebrated Dr Hans Richter will bring his magnificent orchestra oi ninety artists to Bristol for one concert undei arrangement with Mr Ernest of Clifton Bristol is highly favoured in being the only town below London at which thia famous orchestra will appear At a meeting of the Henry Irving Reception Com- recently held at Cardiff Mr J Stanfield hon secretary read a letter received from Sir Irving in which he said he would be delighted to accept the invitation of the citizens of Cardiff to the proposed luncheon and he fixed the date for day the 23rd inst It is intended to hold the luncheon at the Royal hotel Cardiff to which both ladies and gentlemen will be invited The whole of the bookable for the visit of Sir Henry and Miss Ellen Terry to the Theatre Royal Cardiff were taken within an hour of the opening of the box-office Miss Ellen Terry has been on a driving tour for her holiday On Saturday last she thus visited seeing the sights of the town on Smiday in COIN puny with Mr William Winter the American dramatic critic At the Memorial Theatre she left a large platinotype photograph of herself as with the inscription There cannot be a in death more sharp than this At the church she spent over an hour and in the parish clerk's album wrote the words from Much Ado About were but little happy if I could say how much At she entered her name in the book giving as her place of residence Bonnie The Era Siegfried Wagner has made an extraordinary speech with regard to the recent Wagner festival at fie French have always been our most zealous adherents and now as always the principal supporters of Bayreuth are French Americans and British Moreover the English shame in every way Germans who as regards the good cause are supine while the German press is antagonistic But it can continue to be so for the more it abuses us the greater is our success You can also see now what a able state German music and German musicians in Ac present what are our national high schools of music doing for us and our cause and what have they done Nothing If they ever occupied selves with the works of my lather they did it not out of conviction but because they would have graced themselves if they had stuck to their craziness or spitefulness Get along with your and Germanism If it depended on them the existence of our would long since have been en- dangered a- M Jean de Reszke the tenor is making a bicycle tour on the Continent While Sir Beerbohm Tree's Company were at the Prince or Theatre Birmingham the ceiling of one of the fell with a crash burying Miss Frances Ivor and Bully boy the Dancing Girl dog beneath nearly a toa of Miss Ivor who was dressed ready for her entrance on the stage was seriously hurt but courageously went on standing her condition The lady is now in the doctor's bands The Royalty Theatre Llanelly has been taken over by an influential syndicate of which Mr X E Evans lessee of the Royal Opera House Swansea is the managing director Although the theatre is a com- new one having been erected but a few years ago the interior will be entirely renovated The Court Theatre will shortly the being Messrs Arthur Chudleigh and Dion Boucicault The first of the coming Birmingham Festival novelties to be published by the firm of Novello is Mr Arthur Ode to the the poem of which is by Laurence The music is for soprano solo chorus and orchestra and the score in seven sections There is a lengthy overture opening with an adagio movement two bars leads into an allegro This is directly followed bv a chorus Mother of immemorial Then in succession come a soprano solo and chorus Fearful and a chorus Mother of another chorus tbe armed a soprano solo and chorus In England's and a final chorus O while around our shores The concluding lines of the poem run Of one web woven in our life 0 Sea Of strands oi fear and sorrow and delight And married to thy winds and waters might The march and glory of our destiny The curtain will rise on Messrs Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton's drama The White at Drury Lane on Thursday at seven o'clock By the look of the programme this will not be a too early if the audience are to disperse on the right side of midnight The four acts comprise fourteen scenes of are solid sets A view of a Scotch moor occupies the whole of tho first section but in the second there are four scenes closing with the interior of the Stock Exchange and the confusion a financial panic Cycling in Battersea park will be a feature of the third act to be followed by a representation of Lock during the fashionable season on the liver and it is here that the new movable stage built by Sir Augustus Harris just before his death will be employed to show the rising and falling of the boats with their lively occupants in the lock The last ecene of what is said to bo a strange eventful is the Fancy Dress Ball at a reminiscence of tbe recent historical costume ball at many of the original dresses reappearing by special consent of their owners Immediately prior to this there is a conflict with divers in the waters under the earth Altogether plenty ot spectacle and excitement is Chronicle The is now open and one of the things worth seeing there is Sir Richard man and his performing dogs Baroness Blanc whose singing and dancing have most ably received in New York makes her appearance on Sept 18 and Little Tich who created such last season has we are told beea engaged for two months beginning in December and has consequently given up his London work during that English a fid American Paris To-morrow at the Comedy Theatre will be Mr Esmond's new play entitled One Summer's Ou Saturday at the Duke of York's Theatre will bo produced an English version of a comedy by Alexandra Dumas with the following Li Marquis dte Mr John Beauchamp Lucien de his Mr Kyrle Bellew Ae Mr J L Mackay Henri dt Mr Arthur a Mr Charles Thursby a Mr Ernest Elton Simon Mr George Slater Francine de Mrs Potter Baroness Smith Miss Helen Vane Annette de Miss Grace Noble Elisa Miss Marie Brooke At Her Majesty's Theatre an extra matinee of Rip Van Winkle will be piven to-morrow at 2.30 On Saturday a special matinee of opera Hansel and will be given for which Mr has succeeded in securing the services of the majority of the original cast At the Shaf Theatre the first matinee ol The Wizard of the Nile will take place when Mr F Mabson Walton will play the part of 9 Miss Maud Santley the pupil of the Barn has been engaged to create the pal folA Cerise in Messrs Basil Hood and Slaughters new comic opera The Duchess Dijon Miss has also engaged to play principal boy in the coming pantomime at the Princi of Theatre Birmingham Messrs Company with the successful farcical comedy A Night which has been touring since February this week occupy the Grand at Islington Among the well-known comedians in this mirthful party are Misses Marie Illington and Zerbini Messrs Percy F Marshall a favourite with Bristol Charles S Fawcett Sydney Paxton aati Aubrey Fitzgerald Mr Robert Newman has issued a revised scheme the Lamoureus concerts to take place at which possesses many advantages over tbat previously proposed Instead of the concerts being given daily iu one weak they will be divided three series of Wednesday evening performances on tie following dates series November 3 10 24 and ber 1 second series February 2 16 and March 2 and 15 and tbe final series oa April 20 and May 4 Thia has been rendered possible by the great efficiency of the orchestra which M Lamoureux has undertaken to train for these concerts the ances thus practicably being pat on the same basis aj those conducted bjr Dr Richter and Mottl Thia arrangement is the more satisfactory owing to tiie threatened of M Paris orchestra aad because it enables Mr Newman to L
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