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The Sunday at Home for February con* tains striking paper specially written by the late Bishop London on "The Relations

The Sunday at Home for February con* tains striking paper specially written by the late Bishop London on "The Relations

between the Nations." message for the new century
February 1, 1901 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
When asking for Cocoa, insist on having CaDßi'RT'p— sold only in Packets and Tins-as other Cocoas are often substituted for

When asking for Cocoa, insist on having CaDßi'RT'p— sold only in Packets and Tins-as other Cocoas are often substituted for

tlie sake extra prolit.
February 1, 1901 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
READING.-INSPECTOR'S CORN RETURN.

READING.-INSPECTOR'S CORN RETURN.

I For the week ending Jan, 26, 1901. qrs. bis. £ s. d. Averane.B Wheat 712 1022 19 6 £1 11 Barley 605 6 8 6 £\ 7 10 Oats 60 0 1© 0 17 0
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LORD ROSEBERY ON THE QUEEN.

LORD ROSEBERY ON THE QUEEN.

* g of oSeber presided on Wednesday over meet- for Vern ° rS ° the Ro al Scottish Corporation, s i P ur P ose of adopting address expressing death of Queen Victoria, and congratu- Th e add Edward VII on his accession to the Throne, sfter ref P ro P osed Lord Rosebery, who, Was '
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ABINGDON.

ABINGDON.

I The Death Queen Victoria.—The news the death of the late Queen was made known in 1 \bingdon, by the tolling of the bells of St. Helen's and Nicholas'churches The hell of the former was I tgain tolled at midnight, to old custom in Qthe town, on the death of the Sovereign. A muf
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MARK LANE, Monday, January 28.

MARK LANE, Monday, January 28.

English wheat was well held, but value was not satisfactory. Foreign was 6d. lower some cases, but, as a rulo holders sisted decline. Flour was 3d. lower for the chief America) descriptions. English sorts were steady in price, but saleswere exceedingly slow. Barley was slow also
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
EDUCATION. IGH class school <hrls| WILTON HOUSE, READING. Principal: MISS MARION WHITE, First English Mistress—Miss Gauntlktt. B.A. t A large

EDUCATION. IGH class school <hrls| WILTON HOUSE, READING. Principal: MISS MARION WHITE, First English Mistress—Miss Gauntlktt. B.A. t A large

Staff of well qualified Resident Mistresses - £ and Visiting Professors. g The house is beautifully situated, and supplied with I gevery modern comfort and convenience. Separate,] Pupils' private sitting room, &o. Large Garden and Flay Ground. y Preparatory Class for Little Boys
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
I SALES BT AUCTION. CIMMONS AND SONS. O CHARLES SIMMONS, "1 W. ANKER SIMMONS, F.S.I. C. FRANKLIN SIMMONS, LAND AGENTS,

I SALES BT AUCTION. CIMMONS AND SONS. O CHARLES SIMMONS, "1 W. ANKER SIMMONS, F.S.I. C. FRANKLIN SIMMONS, LAND AGENTS,

VALUERS & AUCTIONEERS. Valuations fob Probate. AGENTS FOR INSURANOE. 1 Register of Furnished and Unfurnished Houses, BLAGRAVE STREET. READING.9 (Adjoining Vastern Hotel), AND AT HENLEY and BASINGSTOKE. HENLEY MARKET. ; Thursday next, February 7th, 1901. *1 SIMMONS and SONS beg t
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. CATTLE MARKET, NEWBURY. FAT AND STORE STOCK, PIGS, &o. ESSRS. DREWEATT & WATSON will Sell Auction, in

SALES BY AUCTION. CATTLE MARKET, NEWBURY. FAT AND STORE STOCK, PIGS, &o. ESSRS. DREWEATT & WATSON will Sell Auction, in

the Cattle Market, Newbury, on Thursday next, Eleven o'clock, FAT and STORE STOCK. PIGS, etc. WOODSTEEN VILLA. Two-and-a-half miles from Newbury. SALE of VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, china, glasis, American organ, pianoforte, grandfather's clock, small rick of hay. brown mare,
February 2, 1901 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England