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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will latte BANBURY STATION aa under SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER IJ, and J 7, MON DA YS, SEPTEMBER

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will latte BANBURY STATION aa under SATURDAYS, SEPTEMBER IJ, and J 7, MON DA YS, SEPTEMBER

I'j, 22 and 29, and WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, FAST EXCURSIONS to LONDON to return aa per bills. SEPTEMBER 19 and 20, DAT TRIP to Windaor (Raeea). For timee, bookings from other Stations. WEEKLY, and WEEK-END EXCURSIONS, COUNTRY LODGINGS. Ac,, see bills and pamphlets. J. L. WILKIN
September 11, 1902 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
COVENTRY.

COVENTRY.

The Tot Pistol Nuisance.—At Coventry, on Monday, Horace Heald, of No. 2, Henrietta Street, wsa summoned for disebargiuE pistol in the public thoroughfare—Dale Street—and pleaded gnilty. Deteotive-Coustable Bassett, said that on August saw defendant discharge in Dale Street pisto
September 11, 1902 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
The is three • quarter mile walk fro" Barrington G.W.H. Station. 12 miles drive from Bristol, Weston-super Mare, or Cleredon.

The is three • quarter mile walk fro" Barrington G.W.H. Station. 12 miles drive from Bristol, Weston-super Mare, or Cleredon.

Vide Kelly’s Directory for particulars of this Splendid Case. About yards now OPKSED and ILLUMINATED ON WEDNESDAYS, THUBSDAYB, SATURDAYS, From Ii.TO p.ro. to 6.30 p.m. until further notion.
September 3, 1902 - Weston-super-Mare Gazette, and General Advertiser - Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England
 
BILE BEANS IN GLASGOW. BILIOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS BANISHED.

BILE BEANS IN GLASGOW. BILIOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS BANISHED.

Bellshill people should note carefully the wonderful effect Charles Forde’s Bile Beans had in the case of Mrs Moffat, of 23, Webster Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. To Glasgow reporter, sqe said For twenty years I endured fearful agony. No one who has not experienced something like
September 13, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NOTES ON THE GAME.

NOTES ON THE GAME.

Fobmation or Club.— A meeting, srith the above as its object, will take place in Hamilton's Restaurant Monday first, 15th Sept., 8.15 p. ra. Those who are interested in the game are invited to attend, and, should sufficient number of members enrolled, office-bearers will be elec
September 13, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PICKINGS.

PICKINGS.

UmoBT ia Hid itnmger in nminer tiuo in wintet. In Iceland mm and women are in everT reapaot political eqnala. Th* in the Rnaatan foreata devour about 200 children and travelled per annum. Thi longeet canal in the world ie the lm- Canal, of China, which ia over 1,000 mitea Sna an
September 13, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NORTH-EAST LANARK GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER IS, 1902.

NORTH-EAST LANARK GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER IS, 1902.

September 13, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE BEST KNOWN WHISKY IN THE UNIVERSE.

THE BEST KNOWN WHISKY IN THE UNIVERSE.

AWARDED GOLD MEDALS. THE “CHALLENGE” mjK HRs I S WHISKY.® saav. DIPLOMAS OF HONOUR,
September 27, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE NUMBER OF JUDGES.

THE NUMBER OF JUDGES.

From time time hear complaints that the number of judges in our Supreme Court of Judicature is too small, that there congestion the Court of Appeal, and that the Chancery Division there is danger that cases may remain so long undecided as was the famous suit of Jarndyoe v. Jamdy
September 27, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WOMEN’S CHAT [By Madob.] The Kiag’i progresa through the City and South London has been deferred a later date than

WOMEN’S CHAT [By Madob.] The Kiag’i progresa through the City and South London has been deferred a later date than

was expected; but the postponment was inevitable on account of the Queen’s visit to Denmark. The procession is to take place on Saturday, 25th October, just four months after the day originally intended; and it will not, of course, have the display and splendour of the former de
September 27, 1902 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland