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GRAVE AND GAY.

GRAVE AND GAY.

Has the Ccitue come here to marry an •ttierican girl? Red: It looks that way. His creditors paid •*» passage over. Smith: See Jones over there langhing \ heartily ? Somebody must have told him a funny i story. Brown : More likely Jones told himself. 'Poor Jack ! He never could s
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
SUNDERLAND INFIRMARY.

SUNDERLAND INFIRMARY.

Monthly (Medical Report. The lollowing the medical report for the month of June, 1902 :— No. of patients in the wards May 31st, 1902 Do. admitted Do. discharged 237 Do. remaining June 58th, 1892 Average number beds occupied daily 18616 CHI' DPEN'S WAHDB. (Numbers included in abo
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
TO-DAYS CRICKET.

TO-DAYS CRICKET.

Warwickshire v. Australians. Following their great victory the Test match, the Australians appeared at Edgbaston to-day. ! Splendid weather prevailed, and a goo company saw • Warwickshire begin batting on a last pitch with ~ Devey and Kinneir. against Jones and Noble, Runs came
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMMES.

TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMMES.

—NimiERFIELD BELLING PLATE of IC6 sore, for two-year-olds. Five furlongs. HOLME SELLING PLATE (• high-weight handicap) 106 soys; weight for age. Five furlongs. —BASFORD PLATE of lOOgs.; weight for age. One mile and a half. Buchanan's Black Sand, sv, 10 Alvarez Mr Riser's Xeuie,
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MONDAY, JULY 7th. Alex. Corder and Sons' Summer Sale. GENUINE REDUCTIONS. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS. Sale Original Price. Price. SILK & LACE

MONDAY, JULY 7th. Alex. Corder and Sons' Summer Sale. GENUINE REDUCTIONS. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS. Sale Original Price. Price. SILK & LACE

MANTLES, ( „ . ct. 7 _ the Finest French Models.. J * ' '' E t 29 and 39 6to lucked Silk, trim- g •• 63 - vied Lace VELVET RUSSIAN to 65/-and COATS j 65/- •* sgs. 9 SHORT BLACK CLOTH) , . JACKETS, !• Tor- . lined Silk .T.~#W' 1 v 10 CHESTERFIELD) COATS AND SKIRTS, ..2tosgs. Line
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
EXPERT EYESIGHT-TESTING. Walter Bellshaiu, Expert Optician (lnteof Bloom's), 9, North Bridge .nderland. Specialties: Old, Short, and Weak. Sights. Astigmatism, removed

EXPERT EYESIGHT-TESTING. Walter Bellshaiu, Expert Optician (lnteof Bloom's), 9, North Bridge .nderland. Specialties: Old, Short, and Weak. Sights. Astigmatism, removed

Cataract, and Squint. Speciul Dark Room and Ophthalmoscope Closet for all eye examinations. Spectacles from pair; Glat-s Eyes 3s 6d each. (Advt.) "How that Clarke's MixTii r.r. has obtained such popularity!" Because unquestionably the Blood Fiuiliev ever discovered. For Scrofula
July 7, 1902 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Cuming J, MARTIN AND,. WORTHINGTON. ST. JAMES’S ROAD. SOUTHSEA,

Cuming J, MARTIN AND,. WORTHINGTON. ST. JAMES’S ROAD. SOUTHSEA,

ARB NOW SHOWING LINCRUSTA "WALTON, THE “OLD FORD LINCRUSTA,” CAMEOID, ANAGLTPTA, LIGNOMUR, JAPANESE, AND QTHER R^|O)ECORATIONS, LATBST SIGNS IN PILIN' TINTED PAPERS ■ (ALL SHADES). GROUNDS, INGRAINS, SANITARIES, Etc., DECORA LINE (THE NEW DECORA HON FOR CEILINGS),
July 7, 1902 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DRESS SMARTLY.

DRESS SMARTLY.

Yeu cannot always look up to date. WHY? Because your tailor is found wanting choosing the latest productions, giving best workmanship, and, last of all, correct fit. (WALTER CRONIN, The B«nowned Tailor, has acquired this art. EVERYTHING the Tailoring World is being exhibited in
July 7, 1902 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE FEAST OF THE MALLARD.

THE FEAST OF THE MALLARD.

The authorities of All Souls College, Oxford, have placed commission in tk« hands of a well-known sculptor in Losdoq for the design of a medal commemorative oi the quaint ceremony known as the Feast the Mallard. This ceremony, which bat just token place, occurs only once eveiy h
July 7, 1902 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROYAL SAILORS’ RSST.

ROYAL SAILORS’ RSST.

The close atmosphere of Saturday evening did not make one iota of difference in the audience at this extremely popular concert, and the artistes were accorded a moat favourable reception. Mr. Warder was excellent iu •* Island of Breams” and “Down the Yale.” Miss Kate Waebbuza's
July 7, 1902 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England