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STRATTON.

STRATTON.

The Coronation bonfire ?Sj Monday night by Mr. J- I Chairman the Urban Coonc I large number of itt weather wae wet. The site roanddng position, and v h brilliantly, was seen for a National Anthem was ',:tf outside, the town twelve '^j^ta*©* were noticed burning W
July 2, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
COURT AND SOCIETY.

COURT AND SOCIETY.

Blanche Countess of Ross-lyn is better. The Grand Duke Michael and the Countess Torby have left London for Hall, Staffordshire. The Duchess of Bedford joined the Duke in Town on the conclusion of her cruise in the steam yacht Sapphire, which she quitted Oban. The Duke and Dnohes
July 2, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POPULATION IN SIBERIA.

POPULATION IN SIBERIA.

Siberia progresses in population, despite its famines. During 1901, according to the Novoe Vrernya," 128,131 emigrants voluntarily migrated there from every province of European Russia, except Olonetz , and 94,639 have elected to fix their residence there. Only 31,330 persons ha
July 2, 1902 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ALARMING MEDICAL REPORT ON DEAFNESS.

ALARMING MEDICAL REPORT ON DEAFNESS.

At late meeting of the Society eminent aurist made the report that out of 1,000 school children found 520 afflicted by defective hearing. Another medical man also stated that he had detected a similar proportion of deaf children out of 200 examined in a Liverpool school. With su
July 2, 1902 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Elce, reliable grocer, 83, Mcnchester-road. Telephone 0655. and Cork fcr ss. Full particulars apply Abm. Althain, Ltd. S/.le.—Do not miss the special opportunity which will given you at the sale by auction of high-class - 3 and cigarettes, at 8, Red Lion-street, Burnley, on Thur
July 2, 1902 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
The death reported of the Rev. Robert Berry, Hallfold Congregational Church, Whii/worth, who has several thnes preach-ed In Burnley. During

The death reported of the Rev. Robert Berry, Hallfold Congregational Church, Whii/worth, who has several thnes preach-ed In Burnley. During

some festivities at Whit Saturday Mr. Berry had just entered the field where the children various deuoin were being entertained, and, when in act handing some sweets to a little child, was seized illness, and, falling ' the ground, immediately expired.
July 2, 1902 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
THE RECTOR AND HIS WIFE.

THE RECTOR AND HIS WIFE.

A CURATE CO - RESPONDENT, A CLERICAL SCANDAL. In the Divorce Court to-day, before the Presf' dent (Sir F. Jeune), a case was heard in which the* Rev. Henry Holditch Thomas Cleife, rector near Yeovil. Somersetshire, sued for diisolution of his marriage with Mrs. Florence Cfeife.
July 2, 1902 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURSDAY NEXT. July 3, 1902. I> PORTANT SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOFORTES, PICTURES. CHINA, GLASS, and MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS, removed from

THURSDAY NEXT. July 3, 1902. I> PORTANT SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOFORTES, PICTURES. CHINA, GLASS, and MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS, removed from

residences, Vicerasfe-avenue, Bui-' 1 ou-road, Charriwood-strcet, Dufiield-road. Ash- 1 xiurjie-road, Wilmot-street, etc., for convenience of sale to THE MART, Derby. MESSRS. J. and W. HEATHCOTE have r-c- : coived instructions from the several vendors to SELL AUCTION. 011 THURSD
July 2, 1902 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MONEY. . ' £I °. £15, £20 £25, £50, to £500 and PRIVATELY Gentlemen, Farmers, Cottagora, Tradesmen, and holders generally,

MONEY. . ' £I °. £15, £20 £25, £50, to £500 and PRIVATELY Gentlemen, Farmers, Cottagora, Tradesmen, and holders generally,

upon their NOTE OF HAND ALONE, Willi without sureties. Repayment U. suit Borrowers' „ mc ,? c - , Cash advanced in full. fees. Apply personally by let ter to the actual lenders— J. BUTTERS &. SON, AUCTIONEERS (Late & Co.), , l< DEVONSHIRK-STREhI, DERBY. Bankers : London, City, a
July 2, 1902 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DISTINGUISHED INVALIDS.

DISTINGUISHED INVALIDS.

Lord Arundel's condition this morning is one extreme weakness.
July 2, 1902 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England