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JOHN MASTERSON

JOHN MASTERSON

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April 28, 1902 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
AND NO DISCOUNT ALLOWED.

AND NO DISCOUNT ALLOWED.

JAMES ArEW EN & CO., 56 ST JOHN STREET, PERTH. THE IRISH LINEN WAREHOUSE 191 & 193 HIGH ST., PERTH, Opposite General Pest oaks. IRISH LINEN SPECIALISTS. is HOUSEHOLD NAPERY. SPRING CLEANING N ECESSITIE .4 . TUWEL•. DUSTER& SCOUKIN FLANNEL& CHAMOIS SKIN& ate. Lc. GOODS of die FIN
April 28, 1902 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
SUNDERLAND DAY BY DAY

SUNDERLAND DAY BY DAY

e Shipping. ♦fJJPing meeting of the Chamber of tft! Londou Messrs Jenueson r ncil " W ' Culliford were elected ou the - Soche Documen Committee. Mr ""H WftS amon Bt those present. P ' 7 ' e took place yesterday - W Park Weslevnn Church, the rftBentil book rizes t0 Messrs •art *°
April 28, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
A SEA OF TROUBLES.

A SEA OF TROUBLES.

A girl named Mary Ansell poisoned her sister some time ago, and was sentenced to death. This morning, at Highgate, the mother of t)ip was charged with being drunk and incapable. She pleaded that family troubles had made her take to drink. One daughter, she said, had been poisone
April 28, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Correspondence. ftiH SMALL EPIDEMIC. (TO Kuiroaoi' the shields gazette.") but,—In your issue you stated that outbreak small-pox had taken place

Correspondence. ftiH SMALL EPIDEMIC. (TO Kuiroaoi' the shields gazette.") but,—In your issue you stated that outbreak small-pox had taken place

We.atoc Parade, the patient a foreman for Messrs C. R. Toomer and Co. I, the so-called foreman, was not aware that had small-pox until saw it in your paper, being merely taken to suspected case, and treated as so in that institution, from where was released Saturday, April 26tb.
April 28, 1902 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
LACROSSE.

LACROSSE.

THE KING AND PRINCE OF WALES LORD'S. Both His Majesty the King and the Prince Wales visited Lord's Saturday, wlien the Toronto team was opposed by one chosen the Duke of Argyll. The iirst quarter of game was very even, the Englishmen fully holding their own, but afterwards the v
April 28, 1902 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHESTER RACE COMPANY.

CHESTER RACE COMPANY.

The annmd meeting of the shareholders of the Chostor Race Company way held Chester on Saturday Sir Watkin Williams presiding. The directors' report showed that the total expenditure to date was close on £32.000. and that the gross receipts fcr the year were £13,652, of which £1.
April 28, 1902 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUCCESSFUL SHARE APPEAL

SUCCESSFUL SHARE APPEAL

The Court on Saturday, disposed the case of Gahb and Gosney v. and another (consolidated actions), in which the defendant, Mrs. Lovibond, asked for jtxlgment or a new trial of the action heard before Mr. Justice Lawrence and special jury, when respect of the purchase from Mrs. L
April 28, 1902 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
I I. __ R I L A V IMPORTANT TRAIN ALTERATION NOTICE. Commencing May lst, the EXPRESS TRAIN which formerly

I I. __ R I L A V IMPORTANT TRAIN ALTERATION NOTICE. Commencing May lst, the EXPRESS TRAIN which formerly

left LONDON* (St. 9 a.m. for the MIDLAND COUNTIES, YORKSHIRE, and LANCASHIRE, will LEAVE 8 30 a.m. MAY AND JUNE EXPRESS SERVICES Between LIVERPOOL (Central), MANCHESTER (.Central and Victoria), end SHEFFIELD, NOTTINGHAM, LONDON, Ac. ' UP DAYS. SUNDAYS. Stations. A A AGB BAA Live
April 28, 1902 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED. _ DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. It/rRS. READ REQUIP.-2i Number* PLAIN COOKS, A'-L. Kitchen-uaids. Housemaid- Waitresses, and Superior Cenemls.—Selejt Registry, Ru.shoirae.

WANTED. _ DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. It/rRS. READ REQUIP.-2i Number* PLAIN COOKS, A'-L. Kitchen-uaids. Housemaid- Waitresses, and Superior Cenemls.—Selejt Registry, Ru.shoirae.

MANACiERESS Number of good COOKGENERALS and GENERALS, for first-class private i situations.—Courier Registry, Whitehall Chambers, Spring- gardens._ Market street. _ AN CHESTER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. Pendleburv — I XEL WANTED, OBCe, KITCHEN MAID, und'r 30—\ppiy. stating particulars
April 28, 1902 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England