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Purchas—On the inst., at 23, Kingstoncrescent, the residence of her daughter, Mrs. T. "VV. Baker, Anne, relict of the late

Purchas—On the inst., at 23, Kingstoncrescent, the residence of her daughter, Mrs. T. "VV. Baker, Anne, relict of the late

Henry W. Purchas, Enjpneer, R.N. " aSS 3 Eaton—On the 7th 84, Samuel-road, Kingston, after a short illness, May, the dearly loved second daughter **£ William Henry and the late Lily Eaton, aged 20 years and ten mouths. a 650 Batey—On the 30th inst., at his residence, Alban Boise
January 8, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
COMBINED Furnished Room to Let, would suit elderly J person.—Apply Office this Paper. al7B COMFORTABLE Apartments, with board, piano and

COMBINED Furnished Room to Let, would suit elderly J person.—Apply Office this Paper. al7B COMFORTABLE Apartments, with board, piano and

j two businesa men, 14s. per week each.—ls, Brougham-road. •- TWO Rooms, part furnished; suitable for dressmaker or others; commanding position. — 24, King's-road, 5549 TWO Rooms let, suitable for milliner, dressmaker, anyone requiring a workroom large show room; good business p
January 8, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE LATE MISS BESSIE WENTWORTH.

THE LATE MISS BESSIE WENTWORTH.

Most of the papers devote considerable space the death of Bessie Wentworth, the music-hall artist who leaped into fame by means successful song in Sunderland pantomime. She intended after this pantomime season retiring from the theatrical world, and had already entered into nego
January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
THE FIGHT FOR SUPREMACY.

THE FIGHT FOR SUPREMACY.

UNITED STATES TO BE TOP DOG. (reuter's telegram.) New York, Tuesday. Lodge, speaking yesterday in the Senate on the amendment of the Army Bftt, declared that the trade conflict with Europe had already begun, and could result only the commercial and economic supremacy of the Unit
January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
THE REPORTED DEATH OF AGUINALDO. The Philippine representative iu Paris, Agoncillo, has not received confirmation of the death of Aguiur.ldo,

THE REPORTED DEATH OF AGUINALDO. The Philippine representative iu Paris, Agoncillo, has not received confirmation of the death of Aguiur.ldo,

which is reported in message from America. DEATH P. D. ARMOUR (UI-CTER S TELEGRAM.) Chicago. Sunday. The death is announced of P. D. Armour, of the great canning firm of Armour and Co.
January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
GREAT FIRE IN LEICESTER.

GREAT FIRE IN LEICESTER.

The extensive premises of Messrs George Wilson aud Co.. Limited, at Belgrave, Leicester, nnd adjoining factory of Messrs Wilkes, boot and shoe manufacturers, were destroyed fire this morning. There were large slocks, and much valuable machinery both buildings, and the damage is
January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
FOR LATEST NEWS.

FOR LATEST NEWS.

January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
DRIVEN, TO SMOKING TEALEAVES.

DRIVEN, TO SMOKING TEALEAVES.

Owing to the severity of the weather for many weeks past it has been impossible communicate with the men at the Lighthouse, and it was feared that they had run short provisions. Their relief, "however, ban just been effected, nnd it was found that there was , ample store of prov
January 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
CHIT-CHAT.

CHIT-CHAT.

European Sovereigns. By the death of the Grand Duke Sue-Weimar the number of rulers Europe, nominal or actual, who exceed our own Sovereign in age is reduced to two—the Grand Duke of Luxemburg, who was bom 1317, and King Denmark, who dates from 1818. Only six months younger than
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE DEARNE VALLEY RAILWAY.

FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE DEARNE VALLEY RAILWAY.

A ma-, •sis-.-: . Arthur D.;*b. Shaft-->—» a hi? aarin tae contralto- 'or :' new Valley Railway, was killed a fall rock upon him yesterday. Deeeaatd. who a ears aire*, was i the rhich :s betas ooastruct?d Br eriey. teee of rook Ml from the aim dun ad Ci-aanjr such that u»cca-,?d
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England