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HUSBAND, FORGIVE!

HUSBAND, FORGIVE!

married woman named Elizabeth Maria Davi=, Blac-kfriars-road, had, unknown to her husband, got heavily into debt that the fear of discovery drove her to tako her life. The inquest was held upon her hody yesterday, when it was shown she had cut her throat in several places. a let
July 2, 1902 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DISASTER TO AMERICAN CROPS.

DISASTER TO AMERICAN CROPS.

mail" NEW YORK, Tuesday. The heavy rains of past week in the great wheat and corn (maize) belt have' done damage to i mated amount of about 7,000,000 dollars- Experts say that warm dry weather does not set in within few days the damage will inestimable. Kansas seems be the great
July 2, 1902 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MISAPPROPRIATION OF SKEGNESS RELIEF FUNDS.

MISAPPROPRIATION OF SKEGNESS RELIEF FUNDS.

SENTENCE AT OLD BAILEY. At the Old Bailey, on. Tuesday, before Justice Darling, Arthur John Stone (42), clerk, was indicted for that, being trustee of the sum £2,786, he did unlawfully convert certain sums 4o his own use. He was charged also with forging cheque for £2 8s 7d, wit
July 2, 1902 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
The Scale of Charges for Small "Wanted, etc., Advertisemests will fee found page "MAIL" LOST AND FOUND. *1 art charged

The Scale of Charges for Small "Wanted, etc., Advertisemests will fee found page "MAIL" LOST AND FOUND. *1 art charged

otth* rutt or 11iutt tLorti* to tit* hii*) mr.d4(l or oaitit.oi al hnr, jrf/aid; ximtrUoiu ; li'fl-tut, its £«i. ST, a Red Homer Pigeon, rung 1900. —Anyone re- J turning same to 61, Thormou-street, will rewarded. Rough-haired Black and Tun Shepherd Dog; answers to name Sam; find
July 2, 1902 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EDUCATION BILL.

THE EDUCATION BILL.

THE COMMITTEE STAGE. The House of Commons on Tuesday again went into Committee on the Education Bill, Mr. J. W. Lowther presiding, and Clause 3,was proceeded with. Mr. H. Hobhouse moved an amendment with the object of giving non-county boroughs and urban areas, irrespective popu
July 2, 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CLITHEROE DIVISION.

THE CLITHEROE DIVISION.

SPECIAL) EDITION. TODAY'S TELE GRAMS. PROBABLE LIBERAL CANDIDATE. Mr. Philip Stanhope, formerly M.P. for Burnley, Wednesday visited Colne at the request the Liberal Selection Committee, and had an interview with the Committee with the object of his namo being brought forward the
July 2, 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Midland and Sooth-Western Junction Railway. rathe receipts for week ending June 30th 114 - corresponding week last year, £1,741. Aggregate

Midland and Sooth-Western Junction Railway. rathe receipts for week ending June 30th 114 - corresponding week last year, £1,741. Aggregate

for yeir&S ' ' last
July 2, 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
This Is an age of progress. Imazawatteel if The 111 IBm S\ British product. Is great improvement upon \_W foreign

This Is an age of progress. Imazawatteel if The 111 IBm S\ British product. Is great improvement upon \_W foreign

milk chocolates. gEST gTOUT. JgEST LE. 2d. PER GALLON. ASK FOR A to. OR 6d. PACKET OF mONIC gTOUT OR '^LE, And Brew as Directions on each Packet. Half the world is suffering from drinking too much tea. Why suffer when you can brew a delicious, wholesome, refreshing, and nourishi
July 2, 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CARLISLE MEETING.

CARLISLE MEETING.

PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY. 1 4,K-!-Tbe BECTIVE SELLING PLATE (a High-Weight f. "Tsj Handicap) winner sold for £50. Six and a half. * Mr Anderon's Koso Pepsin* ...... Armstrong 9 a Mr Vaux'» Bruise C. Thorn** 4 3 a Mr A. Farrar's Raccoon Private 4 a Mr J. Elsey's Gairloch Owner 3 Ca
July 2, 1902 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England