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THE BIOGRAPHICAL PICKENS.

THE BIOGRAPHICAL PICKENS.

Price 3s. Od. each, 1. —SKETCHES BY BOZ. With 40 Illustrations by George Cruikshank. 2. THE PICKWICK PAPERS. With 43 Illustrations Seymour and Phiz. Subsequent volumes will be issued at the rate of two a month. Detailed prospectus, with reproduction of cover design, post free. T
September 22, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES IN JAPAN.

TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES IN JAPAN.

Among other numerous application of Western science the Japanese have taken full advantage of telegraphs and telephones (says Engineering”), and they are now to be found all parts of the country. The official report for the year 1900-01 shows total length lines G,038 ri (1 ri is
September 22, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES’S GAZEITH. BETTER THAN CURB,

ST. JAMES’S GAZEITH. BETTER THAN CURB,

The sayings and the doings of the Sanitary Congress have kept up their interest to the end. 'The last contribution to the suggested welfare of the world took the form of an address Sir William Collins on the subject Man v. Microbe.” We are still not very clear as to the speaker’
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE.

ST. JAMES’S GAZETTE.

September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING POINT UNDER BANKRUPTCY LAW.

INTERESTING POINT UNDER BANKRUPTCY LAW.

An interesting point under the Bankruptcy laws is now under the consideratijn of the Boaid of Trade (says the “Times”) in connection with the estate of John Henry Redgrave, under remand in connection with the forged leases case. Some years ago he was made bankrupt in Cheltenham,
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Censuring Mr. Wyndham's Host,

Censuring Mr. Wyndham's Host,

At the meeting of the Cork Town Council yesterday afternoon Aiderman Murphy moved the suspension of the standing orders with the view of calling attention the action of the Lord Mayor in receiving, in his official capacity, Mr. Wyndham, Chief Secretary for Ireland, during the la
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
REPORTED CURE AT LOURDES.

REPORTED CURE AT LOURDES.

A South L- conespondent of the Chronic e writes; A Mrs. NoUt-rii i-ii, .i member the Roman Catholic congregation at Nottmg-hill, h;;.. jest eturned to her home fr-m (he shrine at Lourdes, to all appearance miraculously cured of an internal cancerous tumour, as resuit ol bathing
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
A CHINESE DISEASE.

A CHINESE DISEASE.

Leprosy is a disease of the Chinese (says Health ”), according to the results of an important investigation in China and the Pacific Islands by Mr. Sidney B. J. Skertchly. According to Mr. Skertchly, the black tares are quite free from it, and it has been found in no place where
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUBSTANTIATING CAPTAIN WEBB'S CLAIM,

SUBSTANTIATING CAPTAIN WEBB'S CLAIM,

Mr. J. Bavington Jones, editor of the Dover Express,” who was o7t« otf the five Press representatives who accompanied Captain Webb in his Channel swim, has published the log kept on that occasion. Mr. Jones says:—“The log is an exact transcript of notes which I took during the p
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOW TO BECOME A

HOW TO BECOME A

The following opinions are the result of twenty-three years experience in and are given with the hope that those who are quite inexperienced with the Service rifle may become marksmen, therefore more useful, at least in our home defence, should they be called upon. The would-be
September 13, 1902 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England