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POLITICAL NOTES.

POLITICAL NOTES.

Polling took place on Thursday in North-East ( Lanarkshire to fill the vacancy eansed by the dea+h of Mr. J. Colville, who had represented the constituency as a Liberal since 1995. The an- nouncement of the gain a seat the Unionists was received with enthusiasm by the large crow
September 27, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

J °°T?. W.irwickshibb Club. _ The monthly competiaon was played Meriden Greens, fr 168 - being difficult _ Jt ,/*!!? r . w £?. : ~ s ' H - Symonds, gross 102, netlB. 84; C Ctoe, 97-12-85. return from F. S. K Thornley. K. Chinn. F. Swift, D. shannon, M. Mackintosh.
January 11, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATH OF MK. JAMES ROSE. W» regret to record the death Mr. James Eoee, of Euston Place, Leamington, which occurred

DEATH OF MK. JAMES ROSE. W» regret to record the death Mr. James Eoee, of Euston Place, Leamington, which occurred

on Sunday last, the anniversary his 75th birthday. Mr. Eoee was one the best known and most respected inhabitants Leamington, and a familiar figure has been removed from our midst through his decease. On the previous Wednesday night attended party, apparently in his usual health
January 11, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LADIES' HOME COLUMN.

LADIES' HOME COLUMN.

Fashions Paris. There seems nothing particularly original to noted in the general outlines of fashion as displayed at present Paris. Skirts are cut very much on the principles they have been for some time. They fit well and closely round the hips, in a way that, to obtained, mak
May 17, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
THE WAIL OF THE ??? AND STRAYS.

THE WAIL OF THE ??? AND STRAYS.

THE WAIL THE ??? AND STRAYS. INTERESTING ADDRESS BY THE HON. MRS. ALFRED LYTTELTON. ' __________ The annual meeting of subscribers the 1 Church England ted Society for 1 providing homes for waiis and strays was held the Town Hall. Leamington, Tuesday aft The chair was taken by th
May 17, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
KENILWORTH IN BAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

KENILWORTH IN BAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.

» monthly meeting the Kenilworth Oban District Council was held the orfues, Kenilworth. on Tuesday even: under the presidency Dr. Keinp Bourns (Chairman). There were alio present: Councillors J. C. Stringer, P. 1 Hodges. A. Street, J. Welch, G. Bos to* k. Dr. ' Grouse. Murdoch.
May 17, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESS A D^ESSKS. MR. GEORGE bOLT, 13, QUEEN STREET. Leamington. The readers of this must two important point.**; tirst, that

BUSINESS A D^ESSKS. MR. GEORGE bOLT, 13, QUEEN STREET. Leamington. The readers of this must two important point.**; tirst, that

which follows having taken place in Leamington can easily investigated, and proven to be true; second,there a vast differj between opinions publicly expressed a resident Leamington in Leamington local I paper*, and the opinions daily met with in the same paper's columns, which w
May 17, 1901 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
BLYTH & BEDLINGTONSHIRE REPORTER.

BLYTH & BEDLINGTONSHIRE REPORTER.

The Local Organ for Amble, Ashington, Annitsford, Blyth, Bothal, Behside, Barrington, Burradon, Broomhill, Backworth, Bedlingtonshire, Benton, Choppington, Cramlington, Chevington, Cambois, Cambo, Cowpen, Cresswell, Dudley, Dinnington, Earsdon, 38t Hall, Felton, Framlington, Gui
December 7, 1901 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
BEDLINGTON FUNERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. Head Office and Workshop Front Stbbbt. BEDLIKGTON. Branches: Blytb, Bcaforth Htreet, Waterloo; Ashlngton, Station Rood. DAVID

BEDLINGTON FUNERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. Head Office and Workshop Front Stbbbt. BEDLIKGTON. Branches: Blytb, Bcaforth Htreet, Waterloo; Ashlngton, Station Rood. DAVID

DAVIES Has a large stock of Coffins on Hand, made of the best -Material, and neatly finished, and can be supplied the following prices:— Children's else from 6d and upwards. Youth’s from 10s Adults ~ from 20s „ a large variety of Wreaths, Crosses, Shades, and kept. Oak, Ash, Pit
December 7, 1901 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
THE MORPETH HERALD AND REPORTER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1901.

THE MORPETH HERALD AND REPORTER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1901.

POLLY. His was dull and downcast. His visage mirrored pain; His step was slow, he couldn’t go. His language profane. Twaa not that Betsy flirted, Twas not that times were bad; 'Twaa not his health nor lack of wealth That made the man so bud. Friends gravely whispered—“ Consult w
December 7, 1901 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England