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WORLD OF SPORT.

WORLD OF SPORT.

CLEANINGS FROM NEAR AND FAR. , THE TURF. It is remarkable how English horses are fielded against and invariably start at a good price Irance. St. Jacques, who won paltry hurdle event this week for Mr. Gore, was at 4 to in a j field of sis, altcough bottom weight; and Flaw, who w
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WOMAN'S REALM.

WOMAN'S REALM.

WOMEN IN THE POST OFFICE. Thirty years hare teen an enormous increase female labour in the Post Office. Frora 972 telegraphists 1871 the number has risen to nearly in all departments of the service. Twenty years ago postal officials welcomed the opening of fresh departments to w
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SERIOUS COACHING ACCIDENT.

SERIOUS COACHING ACCIDENT.

Clitheroe, Saturday. A serious coaching accident occurred Chat- | b-iru, Clitheroe, this afternoon. A party of ladies «ere driving from All Saints' School, Accrington, when the horses bolted and ran into tho Post Office. Several ladies were seriously iL- ■ and two of the horses
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
APPOINTMENTS.

APPOINTMENTS.

The following appointments were mad® at the Admiralty this afternoon: LIEUTENANTS. F. P. Loder-Symonds, lent to the K.N. College for compass course, June 17th. I. B. Miles to the Dart, June 15th. SUB-LIEUTENANTS, R.N.R. J. Little to the Pomone, Acting-Lieuteuant K.N.R., for a se
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
The lady who lost her memory whilst t cycling Tuubridge Wells has been restored to her frienps. • - This

The lady who lost her memory whilst t cycling Tuubridge Wells has been restored to her frienps. • - This

morning the cruiser Brilliant was placed in dry dock at-Portsmouth. for cleaning, pre- for being mobilised- .
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

METROPOLITAN MEAT. ery few fresh supplies, and trade very slow. , English beef, 3s. BcL to 4a. Od.; Scotch sides, , 3s. lOd. to4s. 2d.; shorts, 2d. to 4s. 6d.; American, 3e. to 3s. Sd.; inferior, unchanged. British mutton, 4a. Bd. to 53. 2d.; foreign, \ 4s. Od. to 2d. ; lamb. ss
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

TO-DAY'S MATCHES. SOMERSET V. SOUTH AFRICANS. Somerset carried their second score against the Sooth Africans Taunton yesterday 440 for nine wickets—of which Lewi* made not ont - and then declared. The Colooialshad face the task of petting to win, and bad lost four wickets for 75
June 15, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

LONDON, Saturday Morning. The Milner banquet will take place before the end of July, and strong efforts are being mado that the gathering shall be of a representative character. Most of the members of Parliament who have served at the front are | certain to attend, as well as th
June 15, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TXTANTED immediately, House-Parlourmaid and T T good needlewomen; both about 20; good wage?.--^ L .uSgiving references, age, and wages required,

TXTANTED immediately, House-Parlourmaid and T T good needlewomen; both about 20; good wage?.--^ L .uSgiving references, age, and wages required,

Mrs. Stuart, lock Lodge, Stroud. __— ——-_T" C COOK-GENERAL Wanted; small family.—Mrs. Edw» gjj t Dunrobin, Churchdown, Glcs. TXTANTED, clean, honest"GirL age 15. country P refe _?;3s! W Apply Miss Thomas, Berkeley Hunt Inn. Gtouces-f '—-* \ TXTANTED (farmhouse), trustworthy, ind
June 15, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TO-DAY'S SPORTING.

TO-DAY'S SPORTING.

RACING AT SANDOWN PARK. A SURPRISE IN THE OPENING EVENT. THK BRITTA FILLY WINS THE BRITISH DOMINION RACK. (FROM THE EVENING POST CORRESPONDENT.) Sandown, Saturday, 1.45 p.m. There was Again a big crowd Sandown, but the sport was scarcely yesterday's standard. lour turned out for
June 15, 1901 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England