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NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIETY

The thirtieth annual 6liow of the Northamptonshire Chrysanthemum Society was opened on Wednesday the CcrYt Exchange, where it was continued on Thursday. The society, of which the Mayor (Councillor F. G. Adnitt, J.P.) is the esteemed President, offered about £100 in prizem. and h
November 8, 1901 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LOCAL MAYORS ELECT.

LOCAL MAYORS ELECT.

SOUTH SHIELDS. The Mayor-elect of South Shields, Conn. George Beattie, one of the oldest representatives on the floor of the South Shields Couucii Chamber, and as be is one of the oldest, so with equal truth it may be said he is one of the most industrious and conscientious of o
November 8, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
A WIFE'S SAVINGS.

A WIFE'S SAVINGS.

WIFE'S SAVINGS. Whether a wife entitled to save anything for herself out the weekly allowance for housekeeping a question which must concern not a few people in this country. A well-known authoress recently urged the view that a woman who does her duty in the home keeps herself,
November 8, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
TOO FOR WANTED, Good GENERAL, not 2il comfortable home, liberal wage.—addlv t, letter, Box It, Jam,*. H REMEMBER THE STREET

TOO FOR WANTED, Good GENERAL, not 2il comfortable home, liberal wage.—addlv t, letter, Box It, Jam,*. H REMEMBER THE STREET

COLLECTION SATURDAY, AID OF NURSING DIVISION OF THE ST. JOHJT AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. FOR SICK POOR. VERY HIGH CLASS HAND MADE ENGLISH J. a. caatfe. cost Six Guineas, warranted S»v«n Jos; also Lever, splendid Tunlftt, 22»taL - Bloom. St. Aidant Roan. South Shiaida,
November 8, 1901 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
COLLISION IN THE FOG.

COLLISION IN THE FOG.

The Press Association Sheerness correspondent says:—There wns a collision during the fog on Wednesday off Sheerness, a mail packet from Port Victoria coming into collision with his Majesty's cruiser Proserpine. The jmsseiigers and mails of the packet were transferred to the Pros
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
WORLD OF SPORT

WORLD OF SPORT

TURF. J. Owens, the American steeplechase jockey, was Liverpool yesterday. He is looking for engagement for the winter, aud seems to excellent shape to ride. Kingfield (3yrs) by Wiukfield—Ben Testa, wh« has been a source of drsappointment to tha Arundel stable during the present
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
THE FOG.

THE FOG.

LONDON CLEAIi. The fog London has practically disappeared to-day. In the Cliannel also the weather is this morning clear. INCOMING STEAM DAMAGED. Last night, screw St. Audrew, Captain from Oothenburg, was entering the South Dock, she struck the jetty the east sido of the Dock Ba
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
TO-DAY. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH EXTENSION. DURHAM ROAD CIRCUIT. Grand Bazaar In aid of the above will be held in the

TO-DAY. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH EXTENSION. DURHAM ROAD CIRCUIT. Grand Bazaar In aid of the above will be held in the

DRILL HALL, NOVEMBER Bth, 1901, Under the Distinguished Patronage of the MARQUIS AND MARCHIONESS OF LONDONDERRY, SIR JAMES AND LADY LAING, SIR W. H. AND LADY STEPHENSON, BIR JAMES JOICEY, and others. The Bazaar was Opened TO-DAY at o'clock, by WILLIAM WILSON, ESQ. Special Engage
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Kei.i.itt's Drliciois Tea.—" A little of this excellent, tea goes long -way. Has been used for over 30 years."—Kellitt's. Ltd..

Kei.i.itt's Drliciois Tea.—" A little of this excellent, tea goes long -way. Has been used for over 30 years."—Kellitt's. Ltd..

High Street W.—lAdvt.) Surplus Hyacinths and Tulips —Clearing out, cheap.—Cobb's Seed Shop, Station Street.— CAdvt.)
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
EXPERT EYESIGHT TESTING. Walter BellBiram.Expert-OpticiaD (h»teof Bloom's), 9, North Bridge Street, Sunderland. Specialties: Old, Short, Long, and Weak Sights. Astigmatism,,

EXPERT EYESIGHT TESTING. Walter BellBiram.Expert-OpticiaD (h»teof Bloom's), 9, North Bridge Street, Sunderland. Specialties: Old, Short, Long, and Weak Sights. Astigmatism,,

removed Cataract, and Squint. Special Dark Room and Ophthalmoscope Closet for all eye examinations. Spectacles from 2s pair, Glass Eyes, 3s 6d each.— (Advt.) ,i SUNDERLAND DAILY ECHO* O AND SHIPPING GAZETTE. PREPAID SCALE. This scale applies only toadvertisemenUof i els sues:—Si
November 8, 1901 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England