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IMPRISONED FOR A SONG.

IMPRISONED FOR A SONG.

A Reuter’s telegram from Kiel states that the Kieler Zeitung anncuivces that in the trial of members of the crew of the German cruiser Gazelle for insubordination, seaman Weiss was acquitted of the charge of having thrown parts of the ship’s guns overboard. He was, however, sent
November 9, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. FOLLOWING THE FISH.

ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE. FOLLOWING THE FISH.

“Following the Fish” is what 20,000 Scottish girls are doing every year. They come south to our various eastern ports, and work hard through the sea-'on preparing the homely bloater and kipper for our breakfast table. 'lTie work is hard and irregular, as it must necessarily be a
November 9, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
DULLER AND DEVONIANS.

DULLER AND DEVONIANS.

Sir Redvers and Lady Bulier were last evening again the recipients warm enthusiasm at Exeter scation, on their way to Escot, where they will be the guests of Sir John and Lady Kennaway. Ac Oltery, where they alighted, detonators were fired. Applications have been received alread
November 9, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
“RAMPART” Mixture. Wildness combined wits coolness. Sloes not bite t6e tongue nor leave a bitter flavour in moutd. very successful

“RAMPART” Mixture. Wildness combined wits coolness. Sloes not bite t6e tongue nor leave a bitter flavour in moutd. very successful

blend for a Smoker w/jo desires a reasonably mild tobacco. In I oz. and 2 oz. Tin-Foil Packets, and 2 oz. and lb. Tins.
November 9, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Gallant Behaviour of Natives.

Gallant Behaviour of Natives.

Durban, Fri Hay night.— A telegram from Kokstad, East Griqualand, states that a number of natives took part in the Gatberg fight. The Boer commandos have been threatening the rich native districts of Griqualand for some time post, and in anticipation of a raid the Tembus had arm
November 23, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. [AMES’S GAZETTE.

ST. [AMES’S GAZETTE.

November 23, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE 13,000 BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

THE 13,000 BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

In the Court of Appeal yesterday Mr. Alexander Nielson applied to the Master of the Rolls and Lords Justices Stirling and Mathew for stay of execution in connection with the case of Gardiner v. Chate, which was a breach of promise action heard last week in the London Sheriffs’ C
November 29, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
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November 29, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
HENNESSn THREE STAR BRANDY

HENNESSn THREE STAR BRANDY

IT IS GENUINE BRANDY. Fnotcd and by H. A. Lc Good, at tli« OJfice m Doraec Street, t.io 1. icct Street* ia tbc City o( I'kidav, Noysmauk tJJt-
November 29, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Modem Palace of Westminster.” St. ERMIN’S HOTEL, (Clofc to the Uonses of Parliament), LONDON. “A double flight of solid

The Modem Palace of Westminster.” St. ERMIN’S HOTEL, (Clofc to the Uonses of Parliament), LONDON. “A double flight of solid

silver stairs parting to either side a little handstand leads to the upper louuge with its tea-rooms a:.d its boudoir and its broad open-air terrace. The decorations are all in white and cream and gold, electric lights sparkle everywhere, and the effect on first entering is an a
November 29, 1901 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England