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NO CURE NO PAY. Veino's Tonic IS GUARANTEED CERE STOMACH LIVER, KIDNEY, AND BLOOD DISEASES. IF IT FAILS YOU CANNOT

NO CURE NO PAY. Veino's Tonic IS GUARANTEED CERE STOMACH LIVER, KIDNEY, AND BLOOD DISEASES. IF IT FAILS YOU CANNOT

LOSE YOUR MONEY. A BANK CHEQUE FOR 2,6 ACCOMPANIES EVERY 2/9 BOTTLE, AND IT FAILS TO CURE YOU GET THE 2/6 THROUGH THE LONDON TRADING BANK, LTD. VENO'S SEAWEED TONIC THE ONLY MEDICINE EARTH BACKED WITH BANKABLE PAPER, BECAUSE NEVER DISAPPOINTS. MR- is erpert-healer. has been thor
January 4, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
THE STEAMER LUMEN REPAIRING AT SHIELDS.

THE STEAMER LUMEN REPAIRING AT SHIELDS.

THE STEAMER LUMEN REPAIRING SHIELDS. The Liverpool tank steamer Lumen, which was extensively damaged the steamer Admiral, colliding with her while Nienstedten. is the Tyne for repairs.
January 4, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
Sudden Death at Furnace.— Great consternation was caused at on ' Wednesday night when became known that Mrs Sanderson,wife of

Sudden Death at Furnace.— Great consternation was caused at on ' Wednesday night when became known that Mrs Sanderson,wife of

Mr John Sanderson, of Bebside, had died very suddenly. It appears that she was showing some visitors a painting, when she took a fit, and died shortly afterwards without being conscious. Mrs Sanderson was wellknown, and highly respected in the neighbourhood.
January 4, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
Donaohadbe, S, light air, sky entirely overcast, sea smooth Belmullet, S, fresh breeze, sky threequarters clouded, sea rather rough Spurn

Donaohadbe, S, light air, sky entirely overcast, sea smooth Belmullet, S, fresh breeze, sky threequarters clouded, sea rather rough Spurn

Head, gentle breeze, fog, sea slightly disturbed Liverpool, SE, light breeze, sky entirely overcast Holyhkad, S, gentle breeze, sky entirely overcast, sea smooth Parsonstown, SE, light air, sky quarter clouded Loughborough, S, light air, sky entirely overcast Yarmouth, SSE, ligh
January 4, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
Snipping. TO LONDON IN 23 HOURS. THE STEAMERS jf Steam Company (Limited, (iitemiteoraeiea. - Port Hou.- .. little..Sal Jan. a..

Snipping. TO LONDON IN 23 HOURS. THE STEAMERS jf Steam Company (Limited, (iitemiteoraeiea. - Port Hou.- .. little..Sal Jan. a..

1 p.m. London.>'ewLundoner.Beari* Wnd.Jan. 9.. i p.m. Bglterdaui.J.Onurton.Durham, lues. Jan. 8.. i p.m. from Trade Wharf, Loodor., ea- and Saturdays, Antwerp, W«<lu«sd*yi Hsmluijs, Rotterdam. Saturdaj*. fares! including Fee*..— single, three months, return, lit Aui- V«rn «r Rot
January 4, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
SPECTACLES BRADY ft MART SPECTACLE DEPART* MENT is -ihargeof a doubly-qualified Optician, under the immediate superintendance on* the partners. Mr

SPECTACLES BRADY ft MART SPECTACLE DEPART* MENT is -ihargeof a doubly-qualified Optician, under the immediate superintendance on* the partners. Mr

C. E. Stuart, 8.50., Author ol the Pamphlet, Imperfect Sight and Its Treatment Spectacles.'* All cases of defective vision are carefully tested, and the best and most suitable spectacloi supplied for.every case of lons or short sight, for Reading, Writing, ;no. Driving, Shooting
January 4, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.

GOSSIP OF THE DAY.

POLITICAL AND GENERAL. iFrom SOuresi.l MRS. MAYBItICK. The ork Herald publishes some verses which Mrs. Maybrick is said to have composed recently prison. The first verse runs as follows :— Unanswered yet? prayer your lips hare pleaded In agonr of heart these many years. Dots fai
January 4, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH DAY BY DAY.

PORTSMOUTH DAY BY DAY.

PORTSMOUTH DAY DAY. Weather Easterly to south-easterly airs, fair; haze fog occasionally. "c- Portsmouth Churches. The Bishop of Winchester ha 3 approved of Epccinl appeal for funds to provide additional church accommodation Portsmouth, has contributed two hundred fifty pounds. J
January 4, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FATALITY AT FRATTON.

FATALITY AT FRATTON.

CHILD KNOCKED DOWN AND KILLED. About 5,40 on Thursday afternoon William "Weston, baker the employ of Messrs. Smith and "Vosper, Kingston-cross, saw a boy aged about five six, lying in the road near Kingston Chureh, having apparently been knocked down by some passing vehicle. He
January 4, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH COUNTY COURT.

PORTSMOUTH COUNTY COURT.

Thursday.—Before His Honour, Judge Gye. RESULT OF A WIFE'S BET. Taylor v. Sawyer.��This wa3 interpleader action brought Mr. Taylor, of 10, Ashburtonroad, for whom Mr. A. T. appeared.—Mr. Ivens explained that Mrs.' Taylor, the wife of his client, got into communication with Mr. Ro
January 4, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England