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NOVA PERSEL

NOVA PERSEL

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June 17, 1901 - South Wales Daily News - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TR& TAX ON GLUCOSE.

TR& TAX ON GLUCOSE.

We Imes fief it Yea Wen offwiellf with mew duty oo gloom 1.4. • special body el dhotis hew to Moored to venoms le: to the collection seannfieetwers Orem will hew , (flee St been' oaten nomad 12 Mere swam matt to giusteridtm ANTRA Re A oats-s =WWI D. - CRICKET. —I SS • Midwives v
June 17, 1901 - South Wales Daily News - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THU DRAIN AGE OF '/.ERMA TT.

THU DRAIN AGE OF '/.ERMA TT.

10 THE EDITOR THE STANDARD. -Your Oi)tre.l»'i«lcnl Juno 13, to the wwtto »t ZfrmaU. I unlias l have mUtcad tetter) that the said drainage end* m the Hirer Visp. Sow. it is a popular error m England dying v«T hard, if it is dying-that running stream is the proper reeeptacle for o
June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SUMMER FASHIONS. (BV LADY t ouo may jukVo from pr«po«Hl for event*, it i. to be » wpar but now

SUMMER FASHIONS. (BV LADY t ouo may jukVo from pr«po«Hl for event*, it i. to be » wpar but now

ami mUßlma ''at» .re -ulo a,.art a. the Pole* Then thov were the inoarnatum MBpfottjr *1 • f-.w.w frillcHl, may l»e, round the od>*e Z w„'a pr.homi ami i„„pen.ive often Wntifolly ZShof the lone I'Urae The wrr.U.R .ml floweia iwinte.l on tlio mnalina to-day are the work of skille
June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Mkg up | Stock*. CWing .5; BusinMs Don*. I*r;c«. OS , t** |

Mkg up | Stock*. CWing .5; BusinMs Don*. I*r;c«. OS , t** |

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June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1001.

THE STANDARD, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1001.

AUCTION'. mi!> »m Irani .. .. ,. , ritanrt w u<Mt popular one BAXTER. I'AYNE. •ml EKHPKR will AUtTHJK. "> Jmo '’fi I9i‘l. l ,vo °'lock laeiy. alter luncheon. L*' l * "* »alll abl**aiuj , 'J '" tREKHOI.D lI.DIN** I,A>l». «livu*r ilo B.MI nv-ntMf. th.- .-rrttu.o pr.rate J •ell ; I
June 17, 1901 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Ex-President to Issue a Proclamation

Ex-President to Issue a Proclamation

BRUSSELS, Sunday. The Independence Beige publ shea a fresh telegram from Amsterdam, in which confirmation is given to the statement that despatches have been passing between Mr. Kruger and the Boer administration, with the authorisation of Lord Kitchener. The journal gives the b
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON BARBERS AND COUNTRY VISITORS.

LONDON BARBERS AND COUNTRY VISITORS.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE. Bow Street Police Court ou Saturday, Laurence Cohen (37), hairdresser, 162 a and 164, Strand, and John Pou (19), his assistant, were charged, before Mr. Rutaen, with conspiring to obtain money false pretences. Vincent Fells, 9, Kitto Road, Catherine's Park,
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CUDWORTH DOG AND POULTRY SHOW.

CUDWORTH DOG AND POULTRY SHOW.

The fourth annual open show of the Cudworth and District Fanciers' Society was held on Saturday, in large marquee in field near the Victoria Hotel, Cudworth. The committee the very flourishing society were able to offer nearly £100 in prizes, and a result received about 750 entr
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England