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TO "RECTORS 0: TIS lITITMILIN WAS!). and Gentlemisn.— At Of • Uri. linmimr of of if e Ward. in reeriohm

TO "RECTORS 0: TIS lITITMILIN WAS!). and Gentlemisn.— At Of • Uri. linmimr of of if e Ward. in reeriohm

to ' l. * of is Trades arid Lab. oar Council. I daelded to inrieN * Can iidots for the Vaciiney created by the Iteration o. Dr. 0 to. the position al Aide rump Having lived In Ward lir i,en I claim to thoroughly an.ierstugl I am strong:, 0 umor of the bridg.ng of iNant. eit4 to
November 14, 1901 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Rniator WITMOOT CAM LOTAILIT W1T1110177 St.aviurr, Emit Uswourry. ITO:MOAT, NOVEMBER 14,

Rniator WITMOOT CAM LOTAILIT W1T1110177 St.aviurr, Emit Uswourry. ITO:MOAT, NOVEMBER 14,

November 14, 1901 - Cambria Daily Leader - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SANG SCHOOL&

SANG SCHOOL&

Dating from the thirteenth century, the Saug School. (says the Msgaieal Times, in an article on Music in Scotland) existed in all the cathedral cities in Scotland, and in many smaller tovnis. in course of time the Sang Schools languished, with the result that the Scotts Parliame
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
FUN AND FANCY.

FUN AND FANCY.

"I never saw anyone so dull as Mr. Tim. rue." Jess: He is dull. isn't lie?" Tess: Alw fully. We in'the parlour last night and he suddenly said: • II youa uld only see how much I loved you I'm sure you'd let me kiss you.' I told him ' I couldn't seelkin that light,' sad he just s
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
R.EADINGa FOR THE YOUNG.

R.EADINGa FOR THE YOUNG.

SCWOOL ',rms. School of taw as old boys. At FAmi and IV imlcater are numbers of such mumentoes of the great, says a writer ia chums, while the vimitor to Charterboune esa feast his eyes °c similar treasures. Addison, steels, and are all represseted autographs, sod numerous relie
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
•.• Dowager Lady Carew.

•.• Dowager Lady Carew.

Dowager Lady Carew. Referring to the death of Dowager Lady Carew, the mother of the Hon. Mrs. Prideaux- Brune, of Padstow, The Westwiaater Gazette that bar memory went back easily to the year of Waterloo, as was On. of the guest* present pt the Duchess of Richmond's famous ball i
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
LONG-STANDING ACCOUNTS.

LONG-STANDING ACCOUNTS.

In the osee of Box v. Parkin, in which Box, of St Austell, wee the plaintiff, the claimed, over 4114, had been accumulating for 10 years.—The defendant's wife rid she could not pay more than a shilling a moods. Hie Honour: I thought I hiai made it clear I should not you people w
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
BAPIRGPOWDER

BAPIRGPOWDER

BAP I RGPOWDER WHCSI THE WAS AT OIPORD. In CameUs Magazine Mr. Randal Roberts has an article on the education of King Edward VII. miner the title of "The King and the Schools: . ills Majesty was at throe universities, Edinburgh, Oxford, and Cambridge. "With an interval of only a
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
PREAORERS AND PREACHING.

PREAORERS AND PREACHING.

Oonossuing his own profssissi, isss & deal UNA is le point. Rs Oat in prodiing is A obuniaal preaching to a minoomgrsgitlon of rustics in the reminded them, "In this sosalre, my brethren, yes he,. aa &rascals al memo. and an a of *saw* omalpsemes."And I a from a canon I Wird to
November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England
 
DISINFEC WITH "SANITAS" FL

DISINFEC WITH "SANITAS" FL

November 14, 1901 - St. Austell Star - Saint Austell, Cornwall, England