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June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REPORTED RAILWAY DEAL.

REPORTED RAILWAY DEAL.

New York, June 17. The statement of the “Chicago Tribune” that the Harriman Combine has secured control of the Chicago-Milwaukee Railway, and that a composite agreement has been made to perfect the community of interests among the roads with tracks enough to go twice round the w
June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DIFFICULTIES OF THE TROOPS

DIFFICULTIES OF THE TROOPS

The Morning Post’s Pretoria correspondent says the troops now refitting in Pretoria state that it is most difficult to locate the small bodies the enemy which are in the rugged country to the north Pretoria with their families, stock, and waggons concealed in inaccessibly ravine
June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TKOOPS FOB THE FRONT.

TKOOPS FOB THE FRONT.

Eight hundred men of the sth Manchester Regiment left Aldershot this morning by special train for Southampton, where they will embark on board the Bavarian for South Africa. The battalion has three times volunteered for active service, and the acceptance of this offer by the War
June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Ocr Cathedrals.

Ocr Cathedrals.

Messrs. G. Bell and Sons have added to their well-known and highly-appreciated Cathedral Series a short history and tion of the Cathedral Church of St. from the pen of Mr. Philip A. Robs™ A.R.1.8.A. The little book displays all the good qualities of its predecessors—com nrhensiv
June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AND THE PRAISE FIRST ACCORDED OVER SO YEARS AGO TO

AND THE PRAISE FIRST ACCORDED OVER SO YEARS AGO TO

AND THE PRAISE FIRST ACCORDED OVER SO YEARS AGO BEECHAM’S PILLS Has been spreading daily and hourly ever since, until they have attained THE LARGEST SALE OF ANT PATENT MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. A position achieved BY THEIR MERITS And the personal recommendation of grateful sufferers
June 17, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEET* LABELS «>Q t-W, JABS L« c ' v v THBT FEES OOFT OF MBS. 7b. bd. MANAGEMENT, OOKTAINIWQ BECTPEB

BEET* LABELS «>Q t-W, JABS L« c ' v v THBT FEES OOFT OF MBS. 7b. bd. MANAGEMENT, OOKTAINIWQ BECTPEB

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June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MRS. BOTHA AND MR. KRUGER.

MRS. BOTHA AND MR. KRUGER.

(Reuters Telegrams.) THE HAGUE, Saturday. Mrs. Botha has had a conference with Mr. Kruger, lasting two and a half hours. She left to-day on her return to Brussels. BRUSSELS, Saturday. Mrs. Botha, accompanied by Mr. Fischer, senr., and his son, returned here this evening. Mrs. Bo
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANCE AND MOROCCO.

FRANCE AND MOROCCO.

A RAILWAY CONCESSION. PARIS, Sunday. The " Presse " states that the Moorish Government has agreed in principle to the construction of a rail way in Moorish territory. It is proposed to extend Oran-Tlemoen line to Nemonro, and thence to Tangier, via Melilla, and Telaan. The conce
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BETHLEHEM WORKS.

THE BETHLEHEM WORKS.

Fresh Negotiations by Vickers- Cramp. The " Daily Express New York correspondent telegraphed yesterday : —Messrs. Cramp and Vickers arc negotiating with Mr. Schwab, manager the Steel Trust, for the re-purchase of the Bethlehem Works. They are offering 24 dollars (£4 165.) share.
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England