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ASK YOUR GROCER OR FOR (MYELIN'S TAPIOCA BEEF BOUILLON. • A Most relicious and. Nutritious Soup .for Twopence a Pint.

ASK YOUR GROCER OR FOR (MYELIN'S TAPIOCA BEEF BOUILLON. • A Most relicious and. Nutritious Soup .for Twopence a Pint.

OR FOR ENMCHING BROTH FROM ANY MEAT. Tn a thy gtanular form. Sold in Canisters, containing five portions. Is ,to 100 ditto at ICs Ea h portion will make a Pint of Soup. No Captain. Traveller, or Housekeeper should be without it. Sole Manufactursrs GEYELIN St Co., Produce Blerch
September 3, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
READY to be ADVANCED 150,000 by the TEMPERANCE PERMANENT LAND and BUILDINGISOCIETY, on Freehold and Leasenold Yroperty, for any period

READY to be ADVANCED 150,000 by the TEMPERANCE PERMANENT LAND and BUILDINGISOCIETY, on Freehold and Leasenold Yroperty, for any period

of years not exceeding fifteen, the mortgage being redeemable by equal monthly nstalmenta. Interest (in addition to a small premium) 5 per cent. n the balance each year.—Apply to HENRY J. PHILLIPS, Secretary. Odlces-4, Ludgate-hill, London, E.O Er - yrs.—More than One Million Po
September 3, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE COMPERATIVE CONGRESS.

THE COMPERATIVE CONGRESS.

WE remind our country readers of the im.. portant annual gathering of the friends and representatives of the Co-operative movem:nt to be held this year at Bury on Good Friday. Londoners do not get the BEEHIVE till Saturday, but they will read our report of the Congress in next w
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
THE AUTHORISED EDINOZT. DIVORCE. Verbatim Report, c .intaining BeautiftillyEngraved PORTRAIT OF - LADY MO RDAUNT, and Medical and other Evi.ience.

THE AUTHORISED EDINOZT. DIVORCE. Verbatim Report, c .intaining BeautiftillyEngraved PORTRAIT OF - LADY MO RDAUNT, and Medical and other Evi.ience.

SUPPKEISED BY THE NEWSPAPERS. THE ROYAL LE ITERI TO LADY MORDAUNT. Family Pedigrees. OF ALL BOOKSELLERS. PRICE ONE SHILLING. Ask for the Authcrised Edition." . FREDERIUK FARRAH, 282, Strand, London.
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
LIFE POLICIES from £lO to £2OO on the principl- s of the iligh-elass offices, but in connec,ion with Tables and

LIFE POLICIES from £lO to £2OO on the principl- s of the iligh-elass offices, but in connec,ion with Tables and

Regu ations specialty adapted to per soni of restricted me ins, are grant:d by the VIC CO in ( t UAL) A 'iSU RANO t SOCI v:TY—fou tided 1860—of 4 9, Fh et street, EM Agents wanted..
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIA, £l4 • Sydney and Queens.Cls - land, £l5 New Zealand, f,16 ; Cape and Natal, £l6 16a,; New York.

AUSTRALIA, £l4 • Sydney and Queens.Cls - land, £l5 New Zealand, f,16 ; Cape and Natal, £l6 16a,; New York.

Boston, Halifax, and Quebec, 116 6s. Sailing Ships to New York, J:.3 ; (..affada, £l.—Apply to Hitching, Farmer, and Oi., 52, King William street, City. Licensed Agent.
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
The Home end th e Business. SEWING MACHINES UNRIVALLED. Improved Lock-stitch Machines. Boo:makers' and Tailors' Machines. Knotted Elastic-stitch Machines, Embroidering

The Home end th e Business. SEWING MACHINES UNRIVALLED. Improved Lock-stitch Machines. Boo:makers' and Tailors' Machines. Knotted Elastic-stitch Machines, Embroidering

Machine., and Hand Machines of the be , t Workmanship. At the Lowest Prices. Lists Free. A gews wanted. WHIGHT AND MANN, 1 4 3, HOLBORN HILL, E.C.
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
YOUTH'S OVER COATS. B. (I. The No. 1 LE 'POLD, as above l3 6 The No 2 EDINIsORO'. as above

YOUTH'S OVER COATS. B. (I. The No. 1 LE 'POLD, as above l3 6 The No 2 EDINIsORO'. as above

l7 6 The No. 3 GLAI) , TONE, ea above The No 4 ALBERT, a 4 above The No. 5 EMPEROR, as above
April 16, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
to return to Metz. Grave and stern stood the Prussian victors, with pity rather than contempt, while the Frenchmen chattered

to return to Metz. Grave and stern stood the Prussian victors, with pity rather than contempt, while the Frenchmen chattered

and gesticulated, "sacred" and spluttered, and sang or laughed, as they ran the gauntlet of humiliation. The French and Prussian °facer§ were soon seen fraternising in the salks of Metz. At first the Frenchmen were reserved ; but the heartiness of the Prussians soon thawed them
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

We are not answerable for the opinions expressed by our correspondents. communicalionsmnst be addressed to the Editors of the FZNNT BRE-llivii, and not to individuals. Those who desire their letters to apiAlr should write as short as possible, as our space is so limited, and on
November 5, 1870 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England