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SUNDAY’S DESTRUCTIVE STORM.

SUNDAY’S DESTRUCTIVE STORM.

The thunderstorm which passed over the Midlands on Sunday afternoon was one of great severity, and the full effects of the damage done were not known until Monday. Throughout North Shropshire and parts of Staffordshire the downfall was terrific, and scores of towns and villages
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
A CHAIN t)F DISASTERS.

A CHAIN t)F DISASTERS.

A CHAIN DISASTERS. Rouen, June 30.—A strange chapter of accidents occurred her© last night. A polic©- man, hearing cries for help, ran down to the river side, and saw man stabbing another who was lying the ground. seeing the policeman, the man threw away his knife and tried to sw
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
A OIKL.

A OIKL.

Baby Jones (16), servant, was, at the Old Bailey, . Tuesday, sentenced three years’ penal ser* witnde for attempted anon. Accused, who was employed by coffee-house iheeper, set fire to the beds, doing damage to the of £l5. She first accused a fellow servant of the acts. Prisoner
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Satisfactory Portraits from 3/6 per More land's StuTio, corner of auicherv-etre.. street. Lincoln.-Adtrf. * and STEEL tor all lrregularitiea and

Satisfactory Portraits from 3/6 per More land's StuTio, corner of auicherv-etre.. street. Lincoln.-Adtrf. * and STEEL tor all lrregularitiea and

obstructions, apple.pilroebiac,pennyroyal &c. Price4/BnoattaS? had For Urn Chemist!
July 1, 1902 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE END OF ECZEMA IN SIGHT. If you wish to get rid of Eczema any form of akin trouble aa

THE END OF ECZEMA IN SIGHT. If you wish to get rid of Eczema any form of akin trouble aa

easily you can be cared of an ordinary cold, all you have do to write, naming thia paper, to the Antexema Co.. 83, Castleroad, London, N.W. You will have posted to you per return an lntereating treatise on the akin, and a free trial sample of "ANTEXEMA." These will be sent to yo
July 1, 1902 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
W. B ARRETT, IIIGII STREiT, REDHILL, 8. j^KIRTI, X> -jy^ILLLfTERY NEWEST GOODS OBTAINABLE. gIGOEST OF J^RAPERY Etc. BEST VALUE ?OR

W. B ARRETT, IIIGII STREiT, REDHILL, 8. j^KIRTI, X> -jy^ILLLfTERY NEWEST GOODS OBTAINABLE. gIGOEST OF J^RAPERY Etc. BEST VALUE ?OR

CASH. W. HIGH STREET, REDHILL, 8.
July 1, 1902 - Surrey Mirror - Reigate, Surrey, England
 
SALES APCTIOH. Mr. James T. Psat EEDHILL MABKET. JAMES T. PEAT to announce that hi* nest Sale of FAT and

SALES APCTIOH. Mr. James T. Psat EEDHILL MABKET. JAMES T. PEAT to announce that hi* nest Sale of FAT and

BTOCK. SHEEP, CALVES, and HOUSES will take WEDNESDAY, JULY 9th, about IO.jO. THE MABKET IS CLOSED FOB PIGS. Forms entry may had applioaitoa . ilr. James T Peat. Auctioneer and Land Beiiratc and (during Maxket hours/ Corn Bedhill. Preliminary Announcement. HOUND FREEHOLD INVESTME
July 1, 1902 - Surrey Mirror - Reigate, Surrey, England
 
INSURANCE. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CO. ESTABLISHED 1720. JNSURANCEB FOB FIBE, LIFE. EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY, BURGLARY. THEFT. SMALLPOX. ETC.. ETC. MOST.

INSURANCE. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CO. ESTABLISHED 1720. JNSURANCEB FOB FIBE, LIFE. EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY, BURGLARY. THEFT. SMALLPOX. ETC.. ETC. MOST.

REASONABLE RATES. Agent, W. F. PORTER. 12. Grand Parade. Epsom. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. ACCIDENT AND DISEASE (Smallpox, Scarlet Ferer, Typhoid, Diphtheria, etc.), BURGLARY AND FIDELITY INSURANCE. pASSENGERS' £10.. Established 1819. CLAIMS PAID. £4,450,000. 6
July 1, 1902 - Surrey Mirror - Reigate, Surrey, England
 
GOSSIP OF THE DAY.

GOSSIP OF THE DAY.

THE CZAR AND COUNT TOLSTOY. The Czar, it reported, has sent his own privati physician to advise the illness of Count Tolstoy, and it is said that as soon as the Count is well enough journey the Czar will send him a personal invitation come to St. Petersburg to see The Count has
July 1, 1902 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MERIDEN. BULL'S HEAD HOTEL J. KIBBLER Proprietor. Excursion Parties, CYCLISTS and OTHERS, will find this Old-establi.hed Hotel always ready receive

MERIDEN. BULL'S HEAD HOTEL J. KIBBLER Proprietor. Excursion Parties, CYCLISTS and OTHERS, will find this Old-establi.hed Hotel always ready receive

large or small parties. Pleasant Tea Gardens; Bowling Green; Choice Wines, Spirits, and Cigars. Ale. and Stout in Fine Condition. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes; Large Lock-up Cycle Room. Wire or write to above address. Hor.es and Carriages on Hire; steady drivers. SOUTHAM. craven~T
July 1, 1902 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England