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THE GLOBE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.

THE GLOBE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.

TADD Y’S
September 1, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOURNEMOUTH.—“ ROYAL BATH.”—Hotel De Luxe of The South.—Pat.by H.M. the King ■when Princa of Wales. Magnificent Sea Frontage and Private

BOURNEMOUTH.—“ ROYAL BATH.”—Hotel De Luxe of The South.—Pat.by H.M. the King ■when Princa of Wales. Magnificent Sea Frontage and Private

Grounds on East Cliff, facing due South. Golf.
September 1, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOS ALL

FOS ALL

ALL BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS, SICK HKADACHE, CONSTIPATION, WIND AND PAINS IN STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LITER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. ANNUAL SALE OVER SIX MILLION BOXES. In Bom, Ib. lid. (56 pills) and 2s. 9d. (16S pills), with full ANGELUSORCHKSTRAL PIANO-PLAYER,
September 1, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IA R dIAGt:

IA R dIAGt:

S b. Trinity Antler lon &Moos bete of St. Austell. DEATHS. 4 Tee. only brio, of an Plate. ard 13 Xih. 12. Regent street. widow of the Lite Witham Deer. aged 17 . No 29th. at 1. !foretold street. Stonily.," Doel. hot soh year Forrrat to !Wm, the hotter at 3'. 1.001110 the tr the
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Favourite Books.

Favourite Books.

Even his longest navels can scarcely have takes, more than sin or nun weeks to write. Be loves his garden, and says that he is able to do his beet work there. In history, the most faicinstimi period to him is the eighLuirith century, and his favourite hooks deal, with that perio
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO

ITIONISTS
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PEDIGREE PIGEONS SHOT.

PEDIGREE PIGEONS SHOT.

John Goodall, of Dorothy-road, I.avenicr•lsill, was I on Saturday summoned to the South-Western Potitrcourt for haying killed fire pigeons, which were valued at fire pounds, and were the property of • neighbour. It was stated that they wen- pedigree birds.--Mr Francis asked whet
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
(my "'The Garden") ia perhaps ono of the popu. plants of the Alpine flora, and the ono plant of thousands

(my "'The Garden") ia perhaps ono of the popu. plants of the Alpine flora, and the ono plant of thousands

that the average mountain tsarist most *AVOW to discover. Interest:rig tho plant undoubtedly, but it has little beauty. Of cows"- its correct home in the rock garden, where it shou!d be planted not too rich soil, yet quite firrn. plant ▪ se en always to good advantage rather fre
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LOCAL CLUB ARRANGEMENTS,

LOCAL CLUB ARRANGEMENTS,

will douldlem reappear. A reinstatement that of Wean wk. i October, 1899, beat Albion at Rectory by 15 ponts to nil, and who could not play in he following reason owing to sires* of weather. 'rho four Welsh cracks all reappear, and alone give tons to the list. while the dropping
September 1, 1902 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

DONCASTER. Saturday.—Average supply of cattle, and inquiry. Price? firm. Milch beasts. £15 to £22; bulocks. £12 to £16; heifers, £10 to £14; young eteers, £4 £6 each. Poor show sheep—Ewea dearer, and 36s 445; lambs, 28s to each. LONDON, CENTRAL MEAT MARKET, Saturday.— Beef quiet
September 1, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland