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COMPROMISE. HOW FAR WILL IT GO?

COMPROMISE. HOW FAR WILL IT GO?

CLAUSE IL CARRIED. WESTMINSTER, Monday. Tie appearance of Mr. McHugh before the : Parliamentary Coramittoo is really an event of ■ largo public iraportanoe. It has been surrounded one or two incidents bordering : on tl.o absurd, not tho least quaint of which ; is the fact that t
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
INTERVIEW IN ONE OF THELL TROLLEY V. CONDUIT.

INTERVIEW IN ONE OF THELL TROLLEY V. CONDUIT.

INTERVIEW IN ONE OF TROLLEY V. CONDUIT. The second International Tramways' Exhfbb tion is the present attraction at the Royal Agricultural Hall. It contains many interesting features, and the most interesting feature beautiful car, conspicuous for the letters "L.C.C./' which stan
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
JUVENILE BETTING,

JUVENILE BETTING,

At yesterday, & fonrtepn-year-old schoolboy named William Thomas Reeves was charged with a-sserobling with others for the purpose of betting on hors© racing. When arrested, the boy bad 86 packets containing bets. It was pleaded that the boy had holiday, and was acting the direct
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of The Daily News.

To the Editor of The Daily News.

Bir,—Mr. Balfour has frankly acknowleds<'d' that the rotention of a special aid grant for non- Board schools would bo ** a direct bribe to the local authorities” to allow few or no unsoctarian. schools to be provided. But the Bill seems tohave been drawn with the intention on so
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
RAILWAYS IV.—FOREIGN.

RAILWAYS IV.—FOREIGN.

Argentine, O.W. 91 i O.W. of Brazil B.Ayreso.Bhn.l3l*l32* 1 £2O. 16* 17* - Do. I’aciUo 52* 65* I Litou (£2O) 5* 6* Do.aml Rosario 62* 63* - Mfctican OrL... 17 17* Do. Western .110*111* Ditto Ist Pref. Out.Arßon'.inell).*ll7* Ditto 2ti«l Prvf. 24* 26* Cent. Uruguay. 65 NitmteßL(f
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL FINANCE.

FOOTBALL FINANCE.

The annual meeting of the •hareholder* of the Blackburn Rover* Football Club waa held last night Blackburn. Mr. BirtwUtle Priding. The bfuance-shoot, which *howed a profit of £292 on the •ea»on*« working, pa*eed read. Honlker has left the Rover*, after ten yew* service, for Port
July 1, 1902 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

BLAKE—IfrCLLLOCH.—On the Jnae, Edinburgh. Ur. T. F. Uillyer Blake, eon T. W. Blake. M.U- Bournemouth, McDonald McCulloch, daughier John ami Mra. McCulloch, of Edinburgh. K.B. MACKENZIE—POOLE.—On the 23th Juue. the r.ritieh Couaulate. Alexandria, aad afterward* at Mark Church. Al
July 1, 1902 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Harden, vicar of Calow, Derbyshire, assisted by the Rev.

Harden, vicar of Calow, Derbyshire, assisted by the Rev.

Harden, vicar Calow, Derbyshire, assisted by the Rev. H. Foster Pegg. vicar of bt. Matthew's George Harold, third son of the late George Joseph and of Mi*. Gertrude Sub peon of Sheffield, Jessie Mildred, youngest daughter iredcriek Clench, of loaglands. Chesterfield.
July 1, 1902 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MOSAIC »E<'°RATIONS. MOSAIC MEMORIAL FABLETS. Suitable for Churches and Public Buildings. VENICE MURANO GLASS COMPANY v.i,- iatiandCo.. Ltd.) (B* apiwintnient

MOSAIC »E<'°RATIONS. MOSAIC MEMORIAL FABLETS. Suitable for Churches and Public Buildings. VENICE MURANO GLASS COMPANY v.i,- iatiandCo.. Ltd.) (B* apiwintnient

H.M. h« Italy). Workers Glass Mosaics. 3C, bT. JAM ST&KLT. fc.W. THK PAST 37 YKAKS B<'MK THE MOST tMPORTANT MOSAICS FRKCTKI' THIS COl NTBY. Vmv INDIA. HMTFI> iNT» THKUI GHOUT EI H-K HAVE BEEN EXKCI TED uv -MV CDMI'ANY. THE EXCELBNCKI WHvSk W. BK HAS BEEN ATTESTED TINOr .\KTI> re
July 1, 1902 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England