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RAILWAYS. PLEASURE TRIPS,&c

RAILWAYS. PLEASURE TRIPS,&c

IJOYAL Burn SI MAIL ROUTE IfOI.IJtND, nARWICfT Mid the HuoK, JMTI.T ffundaya d). QulcAoet lloutn to HolJiUid: find t'heapoai Hnnuiiny. ANI vVHKP. via Harwich, every week-day. HAMRIIRO (I.S.N. t'ornpauy'v steameni, twice vw-rkly. Particulars the fVmllneni-U Traflt>* M;<na'/er, Oi
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
TO DAY S HADES BY AUCTION,

TO DAY S HADES BY AUCTION,

BOTH BBT’S—Books, ale , at their House, 13, Arset. Strand, FROTHEHOE M< iBKIS —FianU, etc. ; tiieir B-joms, and td. (Iheai»sKie. at 12 DREW ITT Shop Property, etc. ; the Lion Hotel, Guildford. DREW ami —Furniture. Kttmga, etc. ; at 30 tad 32, KUig'e-road, »'hei*«a. 12 Kl* llt RO
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
fatal accidents.

fatal accidents.

A youth named Charles Augustus Hardy, living at Oxton, a fashionable residential part of Birkeahead, died early yesterday morning the result of playing with revolver. Two men. named Christopher Donaldson and John Grogan, were, on Monday, engaged at work in a kiln near Paisley, w
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LATE AM IK.

THE LATE AM IK.

THE LATE IK. At THK COURT OF THE \MIR. JOHN tiUAY M d.. With Pof.Tut. Sdonad I-:-! ' .ail w. DAILY *' * t-vr- ttn Am.r Rahman givas sj on* tope tc* * hi. picture life at Kabo . • ■ Oi* ch p<ersonag<M U»® drama wr.c ■ *o lately en**.l«l M -- FOriLAR Xn Crown tvo.. gill tops, a^h.
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
IN TIIE VERT BE.ST SOCIETY

IN TIIE VERT BE.ST SOCIETY

I remerabi*r interesting dinners Sir Robert Peer*, but Duly .lersey’s evening paj-th* dwell my recollection a* far th-» mo*t agreeable any. for they were never crowded. No one better knew how fccriir salon than Lady Jersey. On© dinner Lady Westmorland’s remain* my memory: it was
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
NOVELS. TWENTY-FIVE VOLUMES

NOVELS. TWENTY-FIVE VOLUMES

OF 500 PAGES EACH. Measuring 8| by inches.
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
185 ILLUSTRATIONS.

185 ILLUSTRATIONS.

$ Fine large type, uniform throughout, on high quality paper. A superb edition, bound in maroon coloured cloth : gold letterings. In the Half-Morocco Edition the paper and type are identical with the cloth edition. The half-binding is rich green morocco, marble edges, gilt lette
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
A PLAYWRIGHT'S DIFFICULTIES.

A PLAYWRIGHT'S DIFFICULTIES.

Mr. Louis Parker, in his lecture before the Pharos Club last night, dealt a frivolous vein with the difficulties of playwrights. The popular conception that the latter lived at West end clubs, and drank Sautoiue, led Mr. Parker dwell upon the mental anxieties attending the choic
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSES AND PROPERTIES.

HOUSES AND PROPERTIES.

TTAMPTON and SONS’ NOVEMBER LIST COUNTRY contains jeseripttncis (Irani nrrsooal uupaotiuu of itieossto U LET, For •isbsaer Unfurnished, (ur HALK. all parts of England and Wales. Detailed d<w riptiens uf sritabla houses and estates will be free application, statins Also Hampton a
November 6, 1901 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England