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The Greatest of all Tonics. DULL SLEEPY FEELINGS. NEURALGIA. Mrs. R. E. WTLLMOKE, Armlev Lodge Road, Armler, Leeds, Yortsflira, writes:—

The Greatest of all Tonics. DULL SLEEPY FEELINGS. NEURALGIA. Mrs. R. E. WTLLMOKE, Armlev Lodge Road, Armler, Leeds, Yortsflira, writes:—

"Mv kids me tell you that has him g.-eat and gave much relief a few hours from neuralgia. This Can r wished him §et it previous day, but delayed get it, and ntly, -uS red longer than necessary. had to mtrcbay* it quickly at last, and became much worse and nothing eased him. husb
July 1, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LETTER FROM MR BALFOUR.

LETTER FROM MR BALFOUR.

LETTER FROM BALFOUR. Balfour lias sent the following reply lot letter from Nonconformist correspondent who wrote to the right hou. geutlemau ou the subject of the Educatiou Bill:— 10, Street, Whitehall, S.W., 28th June, 1902. Sik, —I bog to acknowledge your letter June 25th. Ther
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN RUSSIA.

RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN RUSSIA.

RAILWAY ACCIDENT RUSSIA. UKMTKsh NtWS St. Monday.™ A pasrenger train ou tbe Warsaw Railway ran off the metals 106 vercts from St. Petersburg yes- I terday. The and one passenger were killed. passengers were injured.
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Cotrotess Ellesmere-bas gone to Brighton for a-change of-air, and ehe will remain there-over .next week, when Lord jaieamere will hare

Cotrotess Ellesmere-bas gone to Brighton for a-change of-air, and ehe will remain there-over .next week, when Lord jaieamere will hare

men's patty at Stetehworth for the Newmarket meeting. The of Devonshire, President (he Board of Education, has to preside on the occasion the opening the Nature Study the Royal Botanic Giirden*, Regent's Park, by of Devonshire, Jolv 23rd. at price. G.Dxnaow,ll7, CMtvt.)
July 1, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
INDIAN PRINCES AT SPITHEAD.

INDIAN PRINCES AT SPITHEAD.

Indian Princes and Indian Colonial troops who came over tins country to take part the Coronation ceremony embarked at Southampton, for trip round tbe fleet at Spithead. They arrived at Southampton from Loadon in-special trains. The Princes were accommodated the Hardinee, the Ind
July 1, 1902 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
Over £37,000 has cow been received at the Mansion London, in aid of the 'Hospital Sunday Fund. the Hon. H.

Over £37,000 has cow been received at the Mansion London, in aid of the 'Hospital Sunday Fund. the Hon. H.

F. Eaton will 00mm;i the camp the Meeting, commence the Count Tolstoi, «ays Odessa has recovered Iris normal health. The again as aleo and sleep. Mr. Assheton Smith hag presented the College of North Wake a sito on the Menai Straits for the establishment of a marine geological s
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SCHOOL BOARDS AND EVENING CLASSES.

SCHOOL BOARDS AND EVENING CLASSES.

STATEMENT BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION At a meetbg the Scarborough School Board last night a communication waa read from the Board of Education, stating that the School Board rely on the the Government that their members would not involved in personal liability in respect of any ex
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS.

LATE COMMERCIAL NEWS.

t»uv 'fj. Ul. Stock Markets quiet. Console and Foreign Bonds unaltered In Llome Railways, Great Eastern and ! North-Eastern lower naif American Railways rirm: new York Central higher, Louisville and Atchison Preferred *. (irand Trunk Second and Third Prefcenccs declined Katfirs
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A FATHER'S OFFENCE.

A FATHER'S OFFENCE.

DOSING THE BABY WITH SPIRITS o£ SALTS. At the Old Bailey, to-day. George Frederick Walker, 28. labourer, was found guilty administering spirits of salts to his two-year-old son. with intent to endanger life. Accused, while tinder the influence of drink, took some of the poison a
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE COLLISION WITH A GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT.

THE COLLISION WITH A GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT.

The Hull steamer Pirsby. owned the Main Colliery Company, which collided with a German torpedo-boat in the North Sea a few days ago. has arrived at Hull after a brief at The officers refuse give any respecting the accident view possible legal proceedings. The only damage sustain
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England