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BRITAIN'S ACTION

BRITAIN'S ACTION

AS TO CHINA AFFAIRS. [Rbutkr's Telegram], New York, Monday. The Herald publishes a telegram from Wash, mgton stating that Great Britain has formally informed the Powers that she will not consent to Chum .increasing the d °n imports of opium and nee. It evident that if Great Brit
June 17, 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE COLCHESTER MYSTERY.

THE COLCHESTER MYSTERY.

ILLY WHITE ARRIVES IN ENGLAND. MISTAKE BEEN MADE ? PROCEEDINGS THIS MORNING. D-Heetivc-sergeant Robert Frost C01..r ..r arrived freni N>w Zealand with person in f v }.., j. Arthur who has , 1 the best efforts of the Criminal Investi- , irtiuettt, acting on a jury's verdict of "V
June 17, 1901 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALARMING COACHING ACCIDENTS.

ALARMING COACHING ACCIDENTS.

GIRL KILLED AT NOTTINGHAM. CHILDREN INJURED IN LANCASHIRE. Two alarming coaching accidents happened Saturday afternoon. In one case a pleasure party young people were proceeding by brake from , tingham Hoveringham ferry. At Gedling Hill the driver of the conveyance lost control
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. -^-^H!?^~ roa ,,^_Ta * Baa asva as tee rata at an Tun. Ctel see .... ft* or*, .

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. -^-^H!?^~ roa ,,^_Ta * Baa asva as tee rata at an Tun. Ctel see .... ft* or*, .

Taa sens ot Centracs lot seal will laelode tan r>~ OUoaa and MaTctark'eOawa? Town Sail. tbsaHkl. * ""■*• Traders tar Coal. • u> nliliaass I "* "** "** **° ' ' "***»- L. C. mi M IF.--. Town Hall, aUasger. General, strong. Hansel ,hop-.\sply j,. Batten awe, ifcitajki
June 17, 1901 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AN ENCOUNTER WITH DE WET.

AN ENCOUNTER WITH DE WET.

ENCOUNTER WITH DE WET. ORiCKET EDITION. HIS CONVOY CAPTURED. SHARP FIGHT; OUR CASUALTIES REVERSE IN THE EASTERN TRANSVAAL. »IXTY CASUALTIES AMONG VICTORIANS. The following despatches were issue.! from the War Office iaie on Sr.turdav nigh? : From Lord Kitchener Se-.-reiorv *of fo
June 17, 1901 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PURE COFFEES. £5., I*. 10 D - & IS. G»- PER LB. p AND SON (LIMITED), STREET and 43, COMMERCIAL

PURE COFFEES. £5., I*. 10 D - & IS. G»- PER LB. p AND SON (LIMITED), STREET and 43, COMMERCIAL

STREET, ,W* Also HULL, SHEFFIELD. Bridlington. &c. itiets. *n 1..'; BRANCH the A ~ TOi'-'.t-t 'J EALEL\S' ,i, " , u ii.l RhIMY. Uk. (SCHOOLROOM. t.'.'v 11-V l-» ST-ITO ilii, lack £il s moi> k r x s~c~:h~cTo~l. OLD IJOVS' I ."A lON. s r»l, :•» J tOfTGif. Jane -2nd. . ' >-K it. ;.
June 17, 1901 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Shakespeare talks about Sermons in stones; books in the running brooks and good in everything. But in Lincoln we have

Shakespeare talks about Sermons in stones; books in the running brooks and good in everything. But in Lincoln we have

sermons on lamp-posts. Hanging on the lamp-posts are small tablets, white letters on blue ground, inscribed " Keep to the Right." Splendid advice for all ages, all people, and all time. But need to persevere in the right. An old negro once described Perseverance as " Take hold,
June 17, 1901 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MILITARY MATTERS.

MILITARY MATTERS.

" ~ j Extract from battalion orders, 15th June, 1 —The headquarter companies will parad* drill order the Drill Hall, at p.m., on Satur 22nd inst. E and F Companies will battalion the Range 3 p.m. Companies will detached for musketry (sect > graekioee), be worn on the right drill
June 17, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
«noui> jo* *«im 'anr tKHUWM, IJ, DEAFS, m IiUXNL ~?wtuw JUWtpAJBfe UM3.TS.

«noui> jo* *«im 'anr tKHUWM, IJ, DEAFS, m IiUXNL ~?wtuw JUWtpAJBfe UM3.TS.

June 17, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ON 'CHANGE AND OFF.

ON 'CHANGE AND OFF.

TALKS AND TOPICS THIS AFTERNOON. FOR THfc MAIL.") IIULL, Monday, p.m. THE COAL TRADE. South Yorkshire coal pits are now trorking less regularly in consequence of quiet trade. Preparations for the sinkingrof a new colliery to raise from 2,500 to 3,000 tons per day have been begun
June 17, 1901 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England