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ROWING.

ROWING.

'SMILEY REGATTA NOTIUR ifCCH progress has Imes made daring the past week is the formation of grows fee Henley sod ether regattas. and most clubs will be AM es send their beet emskiinstiees to Walton next Saturday. Net rime I.N bees the big gathering ; bet no ether date being evp
June 9, 1901 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
144'ilticitso "K6zA,

144'ilticitso "K6zA,

144 'ilticitso "K6zA, BUTUM RE S MUSICAL pBTRIIMUTI ALL WORLD. °am ' s . 'mum% at.. ova anCIWA — 00NOZMINAt3. —LACRIMAL NAG*. the MNleads* seas BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA POLICE. AT m. " }Kul teed del be gm .!dune is above ) • must W es REWARD MI Reslsratios t l essissa .tea Paul wt DU
June 9, 1901 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
ROYAL COLONIAL TOUR. MAORIS PREPARE A HEARTY WELCOME.

ROYAL COLONIAL TOUR. MAORIS PREPARE A HEARTY WELCOME.

AUCKLAND, June 7.—The Ophir I. duo bore on the 11th inst., and will be welcomed Ly an escort of canoes, steamers, and yachts. The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will land in the afternoon, and drive to Government House, where they will hold a reception in the evening. After nightf
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MILITARY MOTOR&

MILITARY MOTOR&

The of Trude that the Secretary of State for War offers prizes of .. 1 ..1500, £250, and MOO for the self-propelled lorries which shall he adjudged to be the best suited for military requirements. SEQUEL TO A 'BUS ACCIDENT. At Southwark Police-court, Frederick Tozer, fifty-ono,
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
COST OF TAX. COLLECTING.

COST OF TAX. COLLECTING.

COST OF TAX . COLLECTING. 'I he 'froasury was sadly at sea in ita computation that the additional work thrown upon the Customs by the Budget proposals would Le covered by a grant of £40,000. 1 Repre:entations are now being male that this will be entirely inadequate, Detwith4tan l
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION TO CANADA.

EMIGRATION TO CANADA.

CANADA ears groat advantages to settlers, nos Omni' at 1 ( 0 &ere. of Land end Improved karma at Woes climate. no light Igoe Omelet& vapidly developing industries, and large import Sal !sweet Pamphlets. and lull partleulars poet no be obtained front the Midi Coalmine ease lie Os
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY

THE WEEKLY

CARNEGIE'S CASTLE. DISPUTE OVER HIS HIGHIAND HOME The prince of philanthropists, Mr. Andriw Carnegie, may ha % e to surrender Skibo Castle, his Highland but he will tight hard to keep it. A case will shortly be heard in which Mr. Evan Charles Sutherland will state that he purcha
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIED 500 _TIMES.

MARRIED 500 _TIMES.

To be married six times during the honeymoon is an experienoe that COMO/ to few. Four years ago a village youth and bis iweetheart visiting a MkWgan town r.oti.:red a furniture dealer's advertisement offering a drawing-room suite to any couple that consented to be married public
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
EXCURSION STEAMER ASHORE.

EXCURSION STEAMER ASHORE.

While the Lord Morton, a pleasure steamer on the Firth of Forth, was on its way to the Forth Bridge with a large company of excursionists, the engines failed to act, and the steamer was carried ashore. . _ There a bad sea runuing, Lit tho water was shallow, and the local thiLerl
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ROYAL OPERA.

ROYAL OPERA.

The most important event in the ohronicle of the week's doings at Covent Garden is the appearance of Madame Melba, who on Thursday evening experienced a most flattering reception from a crowded house— indeed, on all Aides it was voted a " gala " night. • The consumptive heroine
June 9, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England