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TJUNC¥ DRESS BALLS, COVENT GARDEN. JT (Coder the direction of FRANK end NEIL FORSYTH.) The NEXT GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL

TJUNC¥ DRESS BALLS, COVENT GARDEN. JT (Coder the direction of FRANK end NEIL FORSYTH.) The NEXT GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL

of the SEASON will take place XO-MORROW, at 11 p.m.
November 7, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE THEATRE.

VAUDEVILLE THEATRE.

EVENING, at 9, SWEET AND TWENTY. Miss Bleline Terrisj and Mr. Seymour Hick*; Mine Mary Rorke, Mia "eatherston; Mr. Holbrook BUnn, Mr. J. D. Bereridge, Mr. Fred Emnsy. 8. SCROOGE. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY (except Saturday Next), at 3. heceded, 2, by YOU AND X. CRITERI
November 7, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Recollections of the

Recollections of the

FOREIGN OFFICE. Sir KDWARD HEEXSLET* years Librarian and Keeper the Archives tho Foreign <JSce. With Illustrations. Demj Bro. 12s. net. [Ready Next Week. Finland as it is. By Harry WISDT. With M»p and nomerons full-page and other Illnstrations. Largo Crown Bro. 9f.net. [Ready Ne
November 7, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S MARKETS.

TODAY'S MARKETS.

CORK BUTTER, Thuradny.—Tint 965, wood third 80s, superfine 19b, 6. 975, mild hoses 103.. choice 965. In the market 156. UIUMSBY FISH, Tburaday.--Sonte boats; very good sappy; Stir demand. Soles, 1s 3d ; turbot, od to nt4, ad: kb..., 1. 2d lb. Plaice. to 4, koiotts, fle; obitebes
November 7, 1901 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BOERS BURYING THEIR RIFLES

BOERS BURYING THEIR RIFLES

t■ B.da.Eo District. ;PRESS M , SnCIATIoN WAR t-PECIAL. NICANDRLA. Aceording to native replrt• from Badango. Beers in the district are burying their tiles, cerinig to want of and do not cavern's on lumber op:re:ten.. The report. ea; that although We done fightinz they do no inte
November 7, 1901 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE B4)1K .CASE.

THE B4)1K .CASE.

The of the charges against Theodore and Laura Boras, °there'll. Mr. and Mrs...seism. wbo are of conspiring to defraud certain girls of money and jerreflery, was rearmed at the Xarykbone Polito-court. London. today. There are also !harr prison.. under Crime.' Law Lanni Faulkner,
November 7, 1901 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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November 7, 1901 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MONEY AND STOCKS

MONEY AND STOCKS

Tuesday. Wednesday. Exchanges—Paris, ... 25.10 25.10 New York, ... 4.86J ♦•86| Calcutta, ... Is 31-32 d Buenos Ayres Gold Prem., 132.60 132.50 Silver Bank rate, 4 p.c. SCOTTISH BANK HATES. SPECIAL RATES FOR BILLS PAYABLE IN LONDON. not exceeding two months' currency, « Bills por
November 7, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFTY YEARS' PAROCHIAL WORK.

FIFTY YEARS' PAROCHIAL WORK.

HONOUR TO PERTH GENTLEMAN. ifesterdav afternoon a deputation from Kinnou 11 Parish Council waited upon James Dewar at bis residence, Rose Cottages, Bridgend, Perth, and presented him with an illuminated address in recognition of his fifty years' service connection with the paroc
November 7, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

DEPARTURE FROM TAYPORT. Not. 6—Lady Neave, Williams, Dunbar, ballast. ARRIVAL AT ARBROATH. Not. Wilson, Leth, general DEPARTURES FROM ARBROATH Nov. 6—Radiant, Cardno. Burntisland, ballast; Rernner, Grant, Methil, light; Trojan, Falconer, Cowes, potatoes. ARRIVALS AT MONTROSE Ncv
November 7, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland