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DEAR SIR,—

DEAR SIR,—

I am so astonished and delighted with your Glyco Exemic Cream that I take this opportunity to let you know that after suffering for 9 years it has completely cured me. I had been to several Doctors, and one said after giving me several pots of ointment and bottles of medicine th
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
BIGOT HOH. TH* -MAUL OT HOPKTODW, K.T.

BIGOT HOH. TH* -MAUL OT HOPKTODW, K.T.

Hopetoun House is ft very largo building of the earlier Georgian period, and is approached by two semi-circular avenues, while one wide carriagedrive leading straight to the house is chained off and never used except when the Sovereign visits Hopetoun, when the chains are remove
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
MILITARY: COOKS.

MILITARY: COOKS.

A curious military competition will take place shortly at the great Russian camp of Kraanoe Belo, where there are gathered at present 40,000 men of the Russian Army. The competition, says Dslziel, is trial of skill between the chefs of the regiments of the guard. Every regiment
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
ROMAN REMAINS DISCOVERED.

ROMAN REMAINS DISCOVERED.

Excavations carried on at Bougrara, in Southern Tunis, have resulted in the laying bare of Roman remains of rare interest. These include the forum, the curia, a market, and several temples, of which one, a temple of Mercury, stands out in strong contrast from all that is known o
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
THE ‘ACME’ LEVER Massive Solid Silver Cases A I THE ‘acme* lever I Finest 2-plato Movement f 11-THE ‘ACME 1

THE ‘ACME’ LEVER Massive Solid Silver Cases A I THE ‘acme* lever I Finest 2-plato Movement f 11-THE ‘ACME 1

LEVER IEI Dust and Damp aicludlnl THE ‘ACME’ LEVER A Contain, apodal Improve. Month’s p«nt;, protect.il t>, Bojal FVM Letters Patent | Trial! THE ‘ACME’LEVER Is Warranted for Sevan Years.
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
£13.157 11 10 DARBEY.

£13.157 11 10 DARBEY.

(I ATE J. A. COWELL)
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
NOTES ON NEWS, IT* not all timet associate ourselves with the expressed opinions of our Correspondent. Up in the north

NOTES ON NEWS, IT* not all timet associate ourselves with the expressed opinions of our Correspondent. Up in the north

of Scotland the King would appear have been having the best part of his holiday trip, “far from the madding crowd.” His Majesty can now quite enjoy sport that requires a good deal physical effort. No doubt ho will want the days to come to have more of the delights of doing he li
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
THE LATE MR. JAMES DOEL,

THE LATE MR. JAMES DOEL,

About 10 years ago Mr. Doel attempted play the First Gravedigger to Mr. Rous by’s Hamlet, but he was not particularly well at the time, and consequently it was considered prudent to lower him down the trap, as demanded by the necessity of the part; yet when Doel showed himself t
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
TOWN OF THE DEAD.

TOWN OF THE DEAD.

A correspondent, writing from Nagasaki owing to the Russian censor having prevented his letters and telegrams from being forwarded from Manchuria, reports terrible occurrence at Kharbin. The town was built by the Russians about three years ago to house the coolies working on the
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
A SCOTCH WAR MEMORIAL.

A SCOTCH WAR MEMORIAL.

The Scottish Horse, which arrived at Aldershot from South Africa last Wednesday, reached Edinburgh on Monday morning two special trains, and were welcomed Piershill station by General Sir Archibald Hunter, Commanding the Scottish District. The public were rigorously excluded fro
September 6, 1902 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England