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London and south western railway COMPANY.—Notxe U Hereby Oiven, that the NIiXT itALF-YEABLY GENERAL MELIiNO of the Proprietors wffl bo

London and south western railway COMPANY.—Notxe U Hereby Oiven, that the NIiXT itALF-YEABLY GENERAL MELIiNO of the Proprietors wffl bo

heid at Waterloo Station. London, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of February, 19C1. Twelve o'clock noon, when the Director* will nibmlt Report on the affairs of the Company, a Dividend will declared, and the General Business tb« Companv transacted. At this Meeting there will an two Di
January 12, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
UNIT ART AX

UNIT ART AX

UNIT ART Brixtnn. Effra-ro^’—Rev F W. Stanley. 11 end 7 Baser Church. Tl.e Mall. Nofcting-hill-gatc—Rev Frank K, Freeeton, 11 and 7. Hampstead. Roatlyn-hill (Pilgrim'a-lane)—Rev. Edgar 11.18 and 7 Little Pori lathi street. Regent cirrus. W.—Rev. H. S. Perns. If.A .11 15 and 7. „
January 12, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON JUTE MARKET.

LONDON JUTE MARKET.

(BY COURIER SPECIAL WIRE.) London. Friday Evening. The market remains in very much the same condition a3 has existed for somn time past. The only feature is improved demand for the finer qualities. Inferior sorts move off very slowly. The following salej are reported— 12j bales
January 12, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH.

ARBROATH.

Catherine Melvin, wife John Ferguson, died suddenly her residence. Kin loch Terrace, yesterday. The cause of death was heart disease. The Late Captain Fercuson.—The funeral of the late Captain Joseph Ferguson, Addison Place, took place to the Abbey Burying Ground yesterday after
January 12, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR STRIKES

SIMPLE REMEDY FOR STRIKES

In consequence of widespread labour troubles, it has been suggested that as women are generally victims strikes might avoided by organising working men's wives to resist them. How would this work? recent experience with labour in mines near Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, demonstrate
January 12, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
London letter, OF BOER TACTICS. FRENCH AND DE WET. Measures to end the war. Courier Special 109 E.C., Friday Evening.

London letter, OF BOER TACTICS. FRENCH AND DE WET. Measures to end the war. Courier Special 109 E.C., Friday Evening.

011 a a i enveloped in a par-7 objectionable form of Thames fog. fn—i/' Kitchener to-night announces a attack, which, like its prethat rs ' Was repulsed. This goes to show -"Dcerted schema of attack by Botha elit! 'ey upon long chain of British "Peni an but OQO object, and that
January 12, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE DUKE OF SANE-WEIMAR.

THE LATE DUKE OF SANE-WEIMAR.

WEIMAR, F ' The remains of the late Grand Duke of &xe he , mar were interred to-day the family vault, J the funeral procession went after service Court Chapel.—Router.
January 12, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE POWERS AND THE AMERICAN PROPOSALS.

THE POWERS AND THE AMERICAN PROPOSALS.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WASHINGTON, Friday. I am informed by an official of the State Department that Japan is the leading spirit opposing the suggestion of the United States to transfer the Chinese negotiations from Pekin to Washington, some European capital. The Japanese
January 12, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Tbe Duko of Norfolk will be the principal speaker the annual dinner of the Catholic A.ssocwtjon, the HoFborn Restaurant, on

Tbe Duko of Norfolk will be the principal speaker the annual dinner of the Catholic A.ssocwtjon, the HoFborn Restaurant, on

the 17th inst., and will deliver the Pope's message English Catholics. The late Mr. J. A. Jameson, J.P., Bridlington, has bequeathed to the Lloyd Cottage Hospital £1,000.
January 12, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WRECK OF THE RUSSIE.

THE WRECK OF THE RUSSIE.

FIRST OFFICER'S GRAPHIC STOR^ (Reuter'a Telegram.) MARSEILLES, Friday M. Louis Gautherot, first officer has arrived here from Farannan, and gives the lowing account of the wreck of the ill-fated vessel " The Russie struck on tho reef off Farannan, five o'clock on Monday morning.
January 12, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England