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THE PRESENTATIONS AT THE TOWER.

THE PRESENTATIONS AT THE TOWER.

The Tower was the chief centre of attraction, and on the approach the Volunteers and the men of the Ambulance Division, with the Band playing In Treue Feat,” there was big rush get as near to the ancient structure possible by crowds of people, who were anxious to witness the pre
June 15, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
THE RETURN TO THE ARMOURY.

THE RETURN TO THE ARMOURY.

The Volunteers returned to the Armoury and the Newton Abbot Divieion of St. John Ambulance Association to their headquarters. At the Armoury the mcu were addressed the Chaplain, tie said had the privilege of wishing the men God-speed before their departure. They then prayed that
June 15, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
“ ISERS ” WANTED.

“ ISERS ” WANTED.

“ ISERS WANTED. Mr. Carnegie is fond of quoting the witty remark made by old friend of his in Pittsburg, who for some time held the record for fast horses, but was one day beaten a brush by young man. The old gentleman disappeared for some time. He had gone to Kentucky to get a h
June 15, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
NEWTON RACE B TAND S

NEWTON RACE B TAND S

Tenders for the erection of two permanent stands, each capable of accommodating 1,000 persons, and about 100 feet frontage, were opened by the Race Committee on Monday last. They were as follows Mr Hngh Mill*, £2,996, Messrs. Parker Bro*. £2.940, Meeers. Sliieand Son, Brnter £2,
June 15, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

NEWTON COLLEGE v. EXETER SCHOOL Played on the Kieter School Ground* on Saturday Scores:— Newton College.—T B Graham Homfrees ; G O’Neill Ib b Caan 3; L C Taylor b Loram 22 ; D G Cheeseman b Loram 15; C F Birch b Loram 20; H Hussey b Cana 2 ; S Crockwell Loram 28 ; V N Lelen not
June 15, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
1 ANCASHIRE MIDSUMMER QUAKTKU Notice i« Uleea, that the QUANTUB SBSSIOKS I'Mki FBACB (or W»« County Lancaater will Uie of

1 ANCASHIRE MIDSUMMER QUAKTKU Notice i« Uleea, that the QUANTUB SBSSIOKS I'Mki FBACB (or W»« County Lancaater will Uie of

LANCASTKB. on the lirat day July next, ten o'clock the forenoon » and by adjournment at the following place* and time*, vu. At the HOUSt , iu I*ItKS‘ION. WEDNESDAY. the third day of July neat, at ten o clock In the forenoon, - At the ASSIZE COURTS. In MANCHESTER, on MONDAY, the
June 15, 1901 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESENTS FOR OUR READERS. PRESENTS OF GLOVES.

PRESENTS FOR OUR READERS. PRESENTS OF GLOVES.

PRESENTS FOR OUR READERS. PRESENTS GLOVES. praaent our LADY RKADKBS with one pair Kill SUEDE GLOVES EVERY WEEK. The wtuner, who will receive pair ai giovea. will be deeuled by simple ballot, bar oama will be published the same weak. will receive an order obtain the glove* post; n
June 15, 1901 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS-Friday.

HOUSE OF LORDS-Friday.

The Lord Chancellor took his seat the woolsack quarter-past four o'clock. The reports of amendments to the County Courts tlreland) Bill, the Habitual Drunkards Bill (now styled the Drunkards Bill), and the Bill wire received and agreed to.
June 15, 1901 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE IRISH LUNACY BILL.

THE IRISH LUNACY BILL.

The Lunacy (Ireland) Bill was road a third QUEEX ANNE'S BOUNTY the motion of the Marqi SulisbuiV committee was nominated join with * -ommittee of the House of Commons t» consider the constitution the Queen Anne’s Bounty Board. Their adjourned twenty minutes to five o'clock. HOUS
June 15, 1901 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE STRANDLD LEVLAND LINER

THE STRANDLD LEVLAND LINER

THE STRANDLD LINER VESSEL A TOTAL WRECK. ASt John's (Newfoundland) cablegram rent* ding the stranded Ley land liner ** Assyrian ’’save the vessel lias become total wreck. A wrecking tughaa also been wrecked there.
June 15, 1901 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England