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YOU KNOW GACTLEWB PILLS, composed of Apiol, Tansy, royal, and Steel, amerced. all Mims. Post hos 7id. per box. Mention

YOU KNOW GACTLEWB PILLS, composed of Apiol, Tansy, royal, and Steel, amerced. all Mims. Post hos 7id. per box. Mention

this paw. Sok Agents: &Loma & Co., Chemisis, 9, liseatis Par** Holloway, London. G AN OUTWARD APPUCATION FOR PAIN. the removal of Stiffness and Soreness of the Muscles and joints, well as all Aches and Pains. A grand thing for Athletes and Sports-1, as it makes the muscles pliab
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
WINDOW GARDIMIING.

WINDOW GARDIMIING.

Succulents, such as Cactuses, Aloes, and Mesonbryanthemums, will require plenty of moisture now. The last-named are pretty in a sunny window, and years ago there was a good deal of variety, and they are worth looking up again. There are now plenty of suitable window plants. Calc
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
FACTS AND FANCIES.

FACTS AND FANCIES.

I. parte of Siam dies become so pestilential the hot weather that every soldier is compelled to kill • certain muster of *SIM daily.. Tim Tan. In the Canary Islands is a weeping tree, so called 300114119 it drops tears. It Is of the laurel variety, and frequently rains down in t
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
liskin XIM*IIIII4IIO

liskin XIM*IIIII4IIO

liskin No. 88.
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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. . - . -. -...._ .... • . ... _ . . .. , . .- . .-..- - I' The Rev. C. E. Cockin. rector of &ton, I attended upon the Archbishop of York at the Trinity Ordination, held at York Minster , on Sunday last, and also preached the Ordination sermon. The trustees of the living of Holy
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
DETAILS OF THE FIGHTING.

DETAILS OF THE FIGHTING.

Seven breaches with guncotton were necessary, the execution of these operations being attended with the greatest danger. Lieutenant Oarstin. who was through the head, and Captain Sheppard displayed admirable courage. Of seven officers with the storming party, three were bit. In
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
FAMOUS LADY PAIN-TER

FAMOUS LADY PAIN-TER

Miss Lucy Kemp-Welch, too, who is the lady who paints such delightful pictures of horses, by a coincidenoe resides at Bushey. Her picture in this year's Academy, "Timber-hauling in the New Forest," has teen greatly admired—admired both by those who have seen it on the walla of B
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
A Funny Derby Incident.

A Funny Derby Incident.

One of the greatest nuisances at Epsom used to be the brash fiends—the individuals who insisted on brushing you down whether you wanted it or not. Bothern, the creator of " Lord Dundresry "—great as actor and practical joker —once betted George Augustus Bala a sovereign that Geo
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Holderness Hunt Stablemen's C.C. Fixtures.

Holderness Hunt Stablemen's C.C. Fixtures.

Am 4 Away J.. 11 Seem Juno le Legg July 1 ... O. D. ...—....-- Home July 9 Nam Imam .. Away July 16 July 23 W = Home July 30 " Away Aug. 1 Btaebeeertoe ...--...... Away Aug. 6 Aug.l3 Lad Aug. 90 —.. Aug.'? Sept 3 i= Sept 10 H Away
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
irithil. Barracks v. Hammonds. -- Played at the Barracks, and resulted in an easy win for Hammonds. The fielding of

irithil. Barracks v. Hammonds. -- Played at the Barracks, and resulted in an easy win for Hammonds. The fielding of

the home team was very bad. Scores Barracks 97, Hammonds 120 for four wickets. - - - Barracks v. Skidby. -- Played at Bkidby, and remelted in a win for Barracks. Captain Hale performed the "hat trick." Scores—Barracks 120 for four wickets, Bkidby 45. Holderness Hunt Eitablemen v
June 4, 1904 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England