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(a, slightly wounded.)

(a, slightly wounded.)

DEATHS FROM DISEASE, &G CAPETOWN. Following deaths, from enteric fever where not otherwise stated, are reported : 2nd Cheshire Regt.—3792 Pt. Cornforth (ulcer leg and cerebral tumour), Johannesburg. June 13. 2xi) New Sooth Walks Mounted In. —3499 M. J. Farrell, Johanne*bar-% Jan
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SPANISH ATTITUDE.

SPANISH ATTITUDE.

FROM OUR MADRID, Jew* 16. Far above tbe postament are two other reliefs. The Press states that, in conformity with the In the one on the left band side may perceived a orders of the Government, the Spanish Ambaa- bast, on which angels, hovering in their descent in London mil sen
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS COACHING ACCIDENT.

SERIOUS COACHING ACCIDENT.

Edward O. Reed, 3rd Scottish Rifles. He has seen twenty °« j'*"’ •»' '" l onl seioo before An , „ occnrre.l it CbltWn. MUriog. wears three ind has alwiyi borne nMr Clithcroe. Sitnr.lij ofternoon. A pirly of twenty •zeelleot cLarictcr. from All School, Accrington, was taking Lieu
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TROOPSHIP IN COLLISION.

TROOPSHIP IN COLLISION.

WILLIAM CORT AND RONS (USUTKO) V. THE OWNERS OF THE CLATERMORR.'’ In this casa the plfcintiffa Bought to recover in respect of damAgcs by fix of their barges, which on April 24 last year, while being towed up the River Thames the tug Barlow, corn© into collision with the steamsh
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TITE TFEATBFR,

TITE TFEATBFR,

June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRODUCE MARKETS,—Saturday.

PRODUCE MARKETS,—Saturday.

SUGAR.—In the home refined market mod orete transaction* resulted cubes and pieces at steady prices. Tate’s best, 19a 6d-; second quality, 18s. Though generally steadier In tone, the speculative beetroot market remained quiet, sales In German per cent, analysis including June at
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ON GROUND FLOOR. GARDENS AT REAR.

ON GROUND FLOOR. GARDENS AT REAR.

ON GROUND FLOOR. GARDENS REAR. PER ANNUM will for * cb&rmCM JLoV modem RESIDENCE, chain pcwiUua in South KeMlnßton ; oii*i bed-iwwie, belh room. dmwW room, boudoir, dinins-room wllb lift, billiard-room or litrarr, oratm hall, and compltfteoffieca; elcctrio light.—Owner * AaenU, H
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MOUNT

THE MOUNT

§alt» Ruction Date# of Auction! for 1901. ItfI’ESSRS. EDWIN FOX kiul BOUSFIELD I*l for oon»rnimoc their RALKB, hr XtrenON, LANDED kiwi HOUSE PUOPERTY. IMPROVED RENTE, REVEItSIONS. KIIA RES, »ml Other MKCIKITI 8 darina the ear 1901. ot AUCTION MART. Tokenhoui*-j«rd, BeukU Eo*lauU
June 17, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
VOL. LXVIfI. No. 12,007. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. , the AVvnAT ,„? A I)F O CENTRE. J7th \h E held TO-DAY

VOL. LXVIfI. No. 12,007. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. , the AVvnAT ,„? A I)F O CENTRE. J7th \h E held TO-DAY

(MONDAY), MATOE S PARLOUR, when the Election The chair "m, e , » year will take place. , Al! tho&a taken by his Worship the Mayor at 5 p.m. ’hTited to 111 the work Association are a «end. \\. ARNOLD EVANS, M.D., Chairman. aEA T ROYAL, BRADFORD fR Inter,* At E . ight - Earl - Doo
June 17, 1901 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
rjpHE CITY TEA HOUSE, 46, KIRKGATE, BRADFORD. Telephone 273. can justly claim to be THE TEA HOUSE in Bradford, having

rjpHE CITY TEA HOUSE, 46, KIRKGATE, BRADFORD. Telephone 273. can justly claim to be THE TEA HOUSE in Bradford, having

been Established the above address for upwards of EIGHTY YEARS. JOHN TORDOFF & SON, LIMITED.
June 17, 1901 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England