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THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

POWERS AND CHINA. «

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A BUILDER AND HIS CONTRACT…

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DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S RETURN.

ANOTHER CHOLMONDELEY FIRE.…

HARTHILL.

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HARTHILL. FUNERAL. On Thursday afternoon the remains of Harriet Parker were laid to rest in the churchyard of the pretty secluded village of Harthill. Deceased, who passed away at mid- night on the previous Monday at Bolesworth Castle, was considerably over 80 years of age, and had been for nearly 30 years nurse in the family of Mr. Goorge-Barbour. She was a tried and trusted servant, and in spite of her great age her sincere interest in the family's welfare was unabated. The funeral service was con- ducted by the Rev. T. Plummer, and was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Barbour and all the members of the family at home; Miss Cope- man, Barmere, with whom the deceased had previously lived; Mr. Stanley Pearson and Percy Pearson (nephews), and Mr. Pearson, jun. (a cousin); Mr. Capel Lutener, Mrs. Plummer, Miss Cope, Mr. Lea, Mr. Smith (Churton), and the servants from Bolesworth. There were several wreaths, including one from a niece, one from Mr. and Mrs. Barbour, one from the servants, and one with the words Nana, a token of remembrance from the children."

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WHITCHURCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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SIR J. BRUNNER AND THE WAR.…

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REMOVAL OF INFECTIOUS PATIENTS.

THE CREWE ELECTION.

GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST A YOUTH.…

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MALPAS.

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