Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

29 articles on this Page

THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

News
Cite
Share

THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS. PREMIER'S VISIT TO THE QUEEN. Lord Salisbury, accompanied by his son, the Rev. Lord William Cecil, arrived at Ballater by special train from Aberdeen, at half-past eight this morning, and drove to Balmoral. The Premier will breakfast and rest at the Castle, and will be received in audience by her Majesty at 11 o'clock. WARNING TO RAILWAY PASSENGERS. A young man named Birchall, residing at Brynmill, was killed to-day while attempting to enter a moving train on the Swansea and Mumbles Railway. DISHONEST SOLICITORS. STRONGER PUNISHMENT ADVOCATED. The annual provincial meeting of the Incorporated Law Society opened at Weymouth to-day, Mr. Robert Ellet, of Cirencester, pre- siding, and 180 members attending. The president, in his address, condemned the recent malpractices and failures of solicitors. The offenders were a small number of the great body of solicitors. The society was determined to support measures for punishing offenders. They looked to the Legislature to strengthen the criminal law regarding the misappropriation of clients' money.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

POWERS AND CHINA. «

"I %porting.I

A BUILDER AND HIS CONTRACT…

[No title]

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S RETURN.

ANOTHER CHOLMONDELEY FIRE.…

HARTHILL.

Advertising

MISFORTUNES OF AN M.P.I »

| — AN ANCIENT CHESHIRE COURT.…

WHITCHURCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

Advertising

SIR J. BRUNNER AND THE WAR.…

AUCTION SALES. -0

REMOVAL OF INFECTIOUS PATIENTS.

THE CREWE ELECTION.

GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST A YOUTH.…

[No title]

HA WARDEN.

. SHOCKLACH.

. MOLD.

. TARPORLEY.

. WREXHAM.

MALPAS.

■ -1 Chester Stock attj £…

----fltorftetg anb dFatrg,

[No title]