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SOUTH WALES GOLF NOTES.

SOUTH WALES GOLF NOTES.

There baa been a decided slump in golfing matters for some little time. and there Is practically nothing of interest to record in connection with local clubs. The monthly bogey of the Olamorganshire Club was played on Saturday. and oat of thirteen entranta only two returned thei
July 1, 1902 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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Zusantso PERRY AND TURNER L' BEST STOCK of CARRIAGES,w, - _Art To Select From. 4.. CARRIAGES REPAIRED RENOVATED &limits. Tree. 42 to 44. FREDERICK-STREET, CARDII 1 4 • Also at Stokes Croft, BIIIt4TOL PRIM OV WALSII DOCK. Jo•e 2J.—Dement. • M • ,Peltorlo. Bows. ENT/LILO OITTIV %RP
July 1, 1902 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
THE DENABY AND CADEBY MAIN DISPUTE.

THE DENABY AND CADEBY MAIN DISPUTE.

THE StTUATIQN UNCHANGED. Both pits Denaby are again stopped to-day. nor does there any immediate prospect of the men resuming work. Tbo miners seem fully resolved that the " bag dirt" question shall be settled and are the opinion their present action will bring the thing a crisi
July 1, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DROWNED WHILST BATHING.

DROWNED WHILST BATHING.

Thomas was drowned whilst at Newnham Bains, Bedford, last night
July 1, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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July 1, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWS FROM THE SEA.

NEWS FROM THE SEA.

SUPPOSED OF SUNDERLAND STEAMER. Lloyd's agent Conception (Chili) telegraphs: —The British steamer Olive Branch aground Quiuiquiu ; probably after lightening. Tugs and lighters have gone off. (Tins is supposed M vessel owned by the Nautilus Steam Shipping Co., Sunderland; but to
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
LOCAL ARRIVALS AND SAILINGS.

LOCAL ARRIVALS AND SAILINGS.

The Wear. ARRIVED.— Yksti-rday.—Leonidas and Eleni, Hamburg; Hamburg s, Drott, l/Ondon ; Schecpvaart, Rotterdam ; Barbaras s. Shields. Touay.—Spray s, Aberdeen ; Theodora, Banff; Prussia s, Rotterdam ; Emily Florence, Peterhead; Longben ton Hamburg; Peterhead, Warsaw s, Leithi J
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
TO-DAY'S RACING

TO-DAY'S RACING

CARLISLE SUMMER MEETING. 2.O—TRIAL SELLING PLATE of 106 eovs; weight for age. Five furlongs. Mr Freick's SEPARATION. 9/4 Dixon 1 J Burns's MISS SPRINGFIELD filly, 3y, 811 . J M'Call 2 Elsey's CRAFTY PARTY,4y, 9/ll..Yaraell Mr F. Allerton's Killncan, 3y, 9/8 .Cowman 0 Mr A Martin
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE. H. Binns, Son, & Co.*j (LIMITED) Commence their Summer Clearance Sale On FRIDAY, JULY 4th. " always popular

IMPORTANT NOTICE. H. Binns, Son, & Co.*j (LIMITED) Commence their Summer Clearance Sale On FRIDAY, JULY 4th. " always popular

and successful, as the reductions are GENUINE, and the sales are held only for a legitimate purpose, viz., TO CLEAR OUT the whole of the Season's Stock, so as to commence each season with Fresh, New, and Up-to-Date Goods. SALE LISTS NOW READY. SEND FOR ONE. 11. Son, & Co. (LIMIT
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Important to Gentlemen. SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE THE Havelock House. GEO. H. ROBINSON'S Customers are delighted with the splendid assortment and extraordinary

Important to Gentlemen. SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE THE Havelock House. GEO. H. ROBINSON'S Customers are delighted with the splendid assortment and extraordinary

▼aloe of the Great Purchase of the Highest Class of Woollen Cloths, about one-third of the usual Prices, EVERY ONE REQUIRING A NEW SUIT should not fail to Inspect High-Class Tailoring Cloths, Vicunas, Worsted Suitings. Serges, Tweeds, and West of England Cloths, both plain and f
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England