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WITH THE CUP TIE SPECIALS.

WITH THE CUP TIE SPECIALS.

Midnight had nenreeij tellad thn {Mating Friday before Newcastle dispatched aeeeral loaded apeciala King’s Owes. who had ea*e from London orernight saw them steam into York Station between two and three o’eloek, close other’s heels. The North- Eastern had pnt them charge of thei
April 17, 1905 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
WOMAN skcaM wear a DOHEN BELT CORSET It ensures a GRACEFUL FIGURE combined with he* t'l7 and comfortable support. Especially

WOMAN skcaM wear a DOHEN BELT CORSET It ensures a GRACEFUL FIGURE combined with he* t'l7 and comfortable support. Especially

suited to those inclined to CORPULENCY. Our abdominal Belts gire support without pressure, and are largely recommended by Pbysieians and Surgeons throughout the Country. Testimonials received daily from grateful wearers. Write for Illustrated Price list (No. Mb)* MtooiiabeH-Corw
April 17, 1905 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
A “PROVIDED” SENSATION.

A “PROVIDED” SENSATION.

The elaborate manoeuvring which serves the London Progressives for an Education policy is meant to be brought to a climax in the Report on Non-Provided Schools to be presented to the County Council to-morrow. A sensational report” the 44 Daily News” calls it, with an unusually f
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL NOTES.

THEATRICAL NOTES.

The beautiful new theatre known as the Scala, in Tottenham-strect, built on the site of the house in which the Bancrofts scored their triumphs in Robertsonian comedy, will have as its first manager Mr. Forbes Robertson, who will start his season there directly he returns from hi
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Transvaal Fours.

Transvaal Fours.

During the past few days a decided tendency has been evinced by holders of the old 4 per cent. Johannesburg loan to sell their stock, in order to re-invest in the latest issue of that municipality, by which a turn 11s. 6d. per cent, is obtainable. The price of the old stock is n
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTUS.

PROSPECTUS.

. , Jj - I >. formed to acquire from the Tobacco Company of British North Berasta U o/Briflil. 2 N^?i. *£r ° f e,ec, d Tobacco Lend in the Darvel Bay and adjoining Pwa Rubbir cnitivation. 0 * pUrpo * > ,n « ,he business of Tobacco and Nor. T h Bo E l P y l * be,d 999 *"■ ,e * (t
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Ploasant Reading for Australian Teetotallers.

Ploasant Reading for Australian Teetotallers.

A Royal Commission is sitting in Melbourne and hearing evidence on the working of the Commonwealth tariff. This tariff is a sort of roughand-ready compromise between Free Trade and Protection, and a number of the manufacturers of Melbourne—supposed to be the stronghold of the Au
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRACTICAL NOTES ON PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS

PRACTICAL NOTES ON PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS

sIUST PUBLISHED. Price 2s 6d The 1905 Edition (greatly enlarged) of The Newspaper BOOK OF TRAVEL. Compiled by tho TRAVEL EDITOR. Contains : Up>to-date Practical Information on over 800 Kesorta at home) Irequented by English visitors. Reliable details on Routes to Resorts Ibeir C
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUN LIFE OFFICE. LIFE and ENDOWMENT ASSURANCES

SUN LIFE OFFICE. LIFE and ENDOWMENT ASSURANCES

ESTD. 1810. NH I FACT and LUXURtOUSTRAVEL UaL« to AUSTRALIA and CHINA and JAPAN NORUDEUTbCHKK ! IMPERIAL HAIL STEAMERS trom South[ ampton, ratline Genoa, Naples, Port Said, i Snez, Aden, and Colombo, China steaioerscail , alto at Gibraltar. To Aoatralia every 28 da vs. Next sail
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
The CLUB of QUEER TRADES Illustrated by the Author. (2nd Bdn.) O. CHESTERTON. •• Irresistible humour, ingenious parody, and telling

The CLUB of QUEER TRADES Illustrated by the Author. (2nd Bdn.) O. CHESTERTON. •• Irresistible humour, ingenious parody, and telling

satire. . . World. The FORTUNESof FARTHINGS By the Author of M Thinfe Seen in Morocco, Ao. A. J. DAWSON. Will delight old admirers and win many new ones. The gorgeous barbarism of the Moorish scenes forms fine contrast to the soft and lucid setting the most Saxon part of England
April 17, 1905 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England