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YACHTING.

YACHTING.

The yachts Brynhilde (yawl), Cicaly (schooner), Namora (vawl). Glory (yawl), and Gwenyth (cutter), are entering for the Coronation Race the Royal Temple Yacht Club, Deal, on July 17th. The first prise it hand- . some centre piece of silver and cut glass George the Third period.
July 2, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ART AND ARTISTS.

ART AND ARTISTS.

On the whole, art may he said have received a due amount of recognition in the list of Coronation honours. Some popular anticipations may possibly not have been fulfilled, but certainly no one could say that the men who have received distinctions have not been rightly selected,
July 2, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Sixpenny Repeints.

Sixpenny Repeints.

These continue to grow in number and, one may say, attractiveness. Wonderful for the money—for it runs to 260 double-columned pages—is the reprint of East Lynne,” issued Messrs. Macmillan. This should have a tremendous circulation. From Messrs. Low, Marston, and Co. comes a repr
July 2, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SPEED OP ELECTRIC TRAM-

THE SPEED OP ELECTRIC TRAM-

r , ■ CAES. CONFERENCE TO-DAY. To-day, the offices the Board of Trade in Bichmond-terrace; a conference took place between Sir F. Hopwood (the Secretary of the Department) and Sir Herbert Jekyll (the Secretary of the Railway Department), and the representatives of various London
July 2, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TUB WANT OP TUB OAT.

TUB WANT OP TUB OAT.

CiUTCHLErs CIUTCULEY’S registered CrITCHLEY’3 Starch Starch Starch Gross Gl05?. REGISTERED MAKES STABCHKD LINKS LIKE NSW. The laundress Cr itch ley's ••StabcH Ovum" U uaequalted for impartlog a beautiful fluish to linen, etc. Sir—, Comwail, aajrsi “My wife will oot finish our li
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
fciiourancr.

fciiourancr.

(ESIX CO,. ISO. PntENix Pirk Office 19 LOMUAUU-Sl'lUiKi:. LONDON. E.O, tOWEST Curreut !Ute«. l iberal From pi aoUJeraeaU. Amu tree all LlabUitv. Um« aapplial. Agesta Pre»U>n Mb. h. gabth douqsoh. MILLER ARCADE. accidents all kinds, LUBIUir. ACCIDENT AND DISEASE (Smallpox, Scarle
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
review of coixjnial troops

review of coixjnial troops

issmnsTHE link. tHRSKNI'-UTONa TUB VICTORIA CROSS. brilliant spectacle. London. iJoa outdoor wliull d l«.«i »lt.T.Ud bv ibo lorui.d.ui. 01 .-'.uh.«*w »<U to-Jay •» rev«-w -( tWL.j* took . , tin- H.«.- AoJtuooal i„K-i>>st was unr.an.xl in i!w .ax-asum nwmi; *0 luft Ok.l. Qo-.-u A
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Ttldmley Hbads the Batw.vo Averages.

Ttldmley Hbads the Batw.vo Averages.

Thu remarkable of J. T. lej iu redout work tbo wicket has at length placed him the top the batting table. Last week goo rod 238 in three visits the crcaee, and present he hoods die list with average of 47.50. not yet his thousand runs, but is within 150 that tigure. so that with
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE WISDOM OF THE WISE,

THE WISDOM OF THE WISE,

Prejudice is opinion without judgment. A Uttle can hide both ana ami mom. The ie not deep—it is the ebming tread of angel that seeks us. Nothing can be lore to which does not shape itself into obedience. The loro the creature more than the Creator, is the death the soul. Gratilo
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
INLAND REVENUE AND .DAY

INLAND REVENUE AND .DAY

Moricy Borough Court, Monday. Henry Dykes, mill manager, of Charwail. wa'- summoaed tl»e iostanen of Mr. W. J. Hunt, Inland Revenue Officer, for keeping male servant without liofTTpc, Mr. A. Barton defended. Mr. Hunt explained that twee was brought under 22 ami 23 ‘Via, oh. 14.
July 2, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England