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MR, HARRY HUGHES, Teacher of the Violin and Flute.—Florence Villa, Pains-road, Orchestral practice weejcly. a 702 7ANTED, certificated Governess, in

MR, HARRY HUGHES, Teacher of the Violin and Flute.—Florence Villa, Pains-road, Orchestral practice weejcly. a 702 7ANTED, certificated Governess, in

School wirh school experience preferred. - Smith. - 5. Albert-road, Southsea. a 766 OUNG Lady, with Kindergarten traxninz, is anxiou* _S_ to t»»ach child under ten for few hour* every in cr r.e r Havar.t; very good reference. N.. li( ugh ton-cottage, Leigh-road, TRINITY Calicire
January 8, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CV'LLABD Piano, second-hand. rosewood and marnu*'- C^ * excei^ent condition, exceptional bargain. -cedjto guinea* CHsh. 45 monthly payment* rree approval.-Godfrey

CV'LLABD Piano, second-hand. rosewood and marnu*'- C^ * excei^ent condition, exceptional bargain. -cedjto guinea* CHsh. 45 monthly payment* rree approval.-Godfrey

Co.. Suuthsea and La T- j>ROADWOOD Phoo, swett tone -A-* ooti touch. bar in. trumps or 4? monthly payments Free rev :;nd Co, and Pianos, and Pianos before r-uoii •, from cash, or IS*. 61. wr for on hire system. tone, perfect touch, full iron frame, cverstrunp, and all latest Fre
January 8, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE COMING OF WINTER.

THE COMING OF WINTER.

It may taken for granted that 'we Shall hear no more from the correspondents who hare during the last few weeks so industriously recorded the discoveries of -flowering plants in their gardens. 'With startling suddenness the country finds itself the grip of winter, and the plants
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Eczema, most torturing of skin humours, is in■ relived, and speedily, permanently. and *' bf w * xm * with

Eczema, most torturing of skin humours, is in■ relived, and speedily, permanently. and *' bf w * xm * with

Cuticura Soap, to cleanse S*™.°'« »*i and scale,, gentle anomunay. with Cutiosn. -*" pat ,iia - instantly allay the itching. ?' * and soothe and heal, followed 't*** °' Coti <™t* Resolvent, cool and cleanse the hospitals, and all other remedies diii. ™- * * torturing, disfigurin
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ELOPING WITH A WIFE AND FAMILY.

ELOPING WITH A WIFE AND FAMILY.

PECULIAR STORY. Among the applicants to Mr. Plowden, at Police Court yesterday, for advice was a working man, who was evidently much distressed, and stated that on Saturday night his young man lod-er decamped with his wife and children. Could his ?>i a for the man's arrest? iVlr
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OLD MAN BURNED TO DEATH.

OLD MAN BURNED TO DEATH.

At Worcester. last night, old man named Featherstone was burned to death. was 77. and very feeble. His wife left him the house alone while she attended a tea party, and returning she found burned death. supposed fell the fire while asleep.
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LOCAL PROPERTY MARKET.

THE LOCAL PROPERTY MARKET.

ME3BRS. WILLIAM BUSH AND SONS. their sale rooms. Church Street, this afternoon, Messrs. W. Bush and Sons offered at auction nine freehold houses. 142 to 158. Freedom Road, Walkley, which produce £107 13s. annually. The property was disposed of for £1.275. Messrs. Burdekin, Benso
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
and 40. r,m * Jackson this observation with regard Woodward eimply absurd. Mr. Atherton wanta more cultivation, it la true,

and 40. r,m * Jackson this observation with regard Woodward eimply absurd. Mr. Atherton wanta more cultivation, it la true,

between the two voices there ia absolutely comparison.—I am, air, faithfully, Clebicus. Jan. 4»h, 1900. Haye you seen our show of Ladies' Winter Boots, wear registers and customer retainers, at Bainbbjdges', Lincoln —Advt. The Soldiers' and Sailors' Families' Association.— The L
January 8, 1901 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
COUNT ZEPPELIN'S EXPERIMENTS.

COUNT ZEPPELIN'S EXPERIMENTS.

Berlin. January 7. CaUnt Zeppelin lecturing to-night before the Colonial Society in Berlin in fortheranae of an effort raise a sum of 400,000 marks with which carry on hia expeiiments in aerial navigation he does not succeed in this object within certain period will try to sell
January 8, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE HOUSING OF THE POOR.

THE HOUSING OF THE POOR.

LRCTURE ON " THK CITY. " Under the of th« Oerby Housing Reform Association the Rev. Bodell fc*mith, editor of The Municipal Reformer, delivered a lecture the Victoria Hall, Derby, Monday evening on " The Garden City." Mr. presided over moderate attendance, and in the course of h
January 8, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England