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ALLEGED BIGAMY AND FRAUD.

ALLEGED BIGAMY AND FRAUD.

At Bow-street, London, yesterday, Mr. Fen wick committed for trial Joseph Easton Stanley, 36, who is now undergoing a sentence of three years' penal seivitude for fraud, and George Mills, Samuel Beards, and Charles Simonds, all described commission agents. Tbe prisoners are alle
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WORK WANTED. SHIRT Machinist tor |r; best white and coloured shirts; pcnMdency.-<J. X, 8, HWat-wid TAILORESS. —Wanted ,& v <>od.

WORK WANTED. SHIRT Machinist tor |r; best white and coloured shirts; pcnMdency.-<J. X, 8, HWat-wid TAILORESS. —Wanted ,& v <>od.

ail-round Rand; food wages paid. Apply, once. A. Clumber-street. c YOUNG QirLs~Wasted; aiso permanency.—Lady Buy Trent-boulevard, * _ COMPANIONS. WORKING Housekeeper Wanted, email tradesman; no family; good needlewoman preferred; state aal*ry, *©.—No. 3. Poet Office, Newtnorpe,
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
J]FFECT gEAWEED THE STOMACH, LIVER, ASD KIDNEYS. writ*. 4thl wr*te think yoo tor the effect V«o*b Seaweed has tad upon

J]FFECT gEAWEED THE STOMACH, LIVER, ASD KIDNEYS. writ*. 4thl wr*te think yoo tor the effect V«o*b Seaweed has tad upon

Eft frca "Influanfca, wlicb l«tt ms with deLifity, constipation, dizziness, and bat nAw I thankful to say I feci ftrongttr appetite It much better, •01. my food difessa indeed, proxy- dose seein* to stronger. Tan! does mora than you cia-.-n (or u ill my YENO'3 SEAWEED TONIC prep
July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LAIIGEST.. BEST. CHEAPEST. BRANCHES. ' ffTESST. • . .. i4vf. -i ""*

LAIIGEST.. BEST. CHEAPEST. BRANCHES. ' ffTESST. • . .. i4vf. -i ""*

July 1, 1902 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FIDE PRINTING

FIDE PRINTING

“ECHO’S” EQUIPMENT UNEQUALLED IN CHELTENHAM).
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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1873. Telephone 200 30th Year. TUESDAY, JULY 1. 1902. Daily—One Halfpenny. FRESH EGGS ALL THE YEAR ROUND. WATER GLASS FOR rpR Ejy& N EGGS. BOGS PRESERVED WITH THIS SOLUTION WILL KEEP FOR TWELVE MONTHS PERFECTLY FRESH. SOLD IN BOTTLES ONE SHILLING EACH, SUFFICIENT FOR EGOS, BY THE
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE ECHO, 1.

THE ECHO, 1.

July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

THE QUARTER’S REVENUE.

The Treasury on Monday night issued an account of the total revenue of the United Kingdom for the first quarter of the financial year ended on Monday. The total revenue was £35,095,081, compared with £29,631,275 tho corresponding period of last year, being a net increase of £5,4
July 1, 1902 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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