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THE MOST NUTRITIOUS. EPPS’S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BREAKFAST ANO SUPPER.

THE MOST NUTRITIOUS. EPPS’S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BREAKFAST ANO SUPPER.

Blxttlxw, Maavvlfatf Decatba Dec. 24th, 1900, Bayard's Cove. Dartmontli, William Coyde Palfery, aged years. His end was peace. ~ .. ,1 Jon. 3rd, at Collingwood House, 7, Adclpbi Road, Paignton, Henry Michelmore, of Broadstone House, Dartmouth, aged 65. Funeral at Paignton Cemete
January 4, 1901 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
LONGEVITY.

LONGEVITY.

The Society of Friends is very well pleased with itself because during the past year its reputation for longevity has been fully sustained. The average age of death in the United Kingdom, has been sixty-one years seven months and seven days. Two members have died with the proud
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET

MONEY MARKET

SUrcr, ipot, 29A3. ; and two months forward, 29%<1. leetern Kaobaiurw.—Opeuin*: Bombay, 1/4A Calootta. VIA. Oloaiup. Bombay, 3-33 Calcatta, 1/4A t Bony trauufers.2/0% i Shanghai transfers, 2/10% : Singapore, roar SWDtbs, Benang, four mouths) Yokohama, fonr To-d.*y the sum of .£2
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
men and matters.

men and matters.

The relations subsisting between the Queen nd the children of her subjects have always been affectionate that we are certain Her Majesty will feel particular pleasure at what is rather oddly described as the testimonial signed by 160,000 Canadian school-children. The contributio
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEVELOPMENT OF GUATEMALA.

DEVELOPMENT OF GUATEMALA.

NEW OPENING FOB BRITISH TRADE. The Consul-General of Guatemala has received cable announcing the signing of a contract with American Syndicate for the completion of the Northern Railway of Guatemala. This line, crossing the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific, will, it is s
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FORECASTS TO-DAT,

FORECASTS TO-DAT,

BCOTUFD, N ) South-westerly and southerly windi, Scotlamp, W > fresh ; some rain. Scotla»d, Ekolakd, N.E (Southerly windi, light; dry, olondy, fog England, I time*. Midland CodhtissJ England 8. (Lon- Easterly to sontherly airs and calms; fair, don and Channel). ) hare or fog occ
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VEGETABLE SOAP

VEGETABLE SOAP

There are several trees and plants in the world whose berries, juice, or bark are as good to wash with as real soap. In the West Indian Islands and in South America (says the “Family Doctor ") grows a tree whose fruit makes an excellent lather and is used for washing clothes. Th
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A MICROSCOPIC LANGUAGE

A MICROSCOPIC LANGUAGE

Syed Abdul Ariz, who has written an ode the Queen which the Times describes as remarkable production,” is not the first of the Queen’s Indian subieets who has thus illustrated the possibilities of the Urdu language Five years ago (the "Manchester Guardian” points out) when Lord
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WAR OFFICE BANQUET,

WAR OFFICE BANQUET,

The Right Hon. St. John Brodrick, M.P., Secretary of State for War, gave a dinner in honour of the Commander-in-Chief, at 34, Portlandplace, yesterday. Those present included Field- Marshal His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Gen. His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, Fi
January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BROWN’S

BROWN’S

January 4, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England