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P’AMIXiTr WSF FOK, HBATB, OUOKFIBIiD, BUBOBBB WTT.T., LINDFIELD, HUBSTPIBBPOINT. OABBOOKB, KEYMKR, A.RDINGLY, BALOOM6B, BOLNEY, CLAYTON, DITOHLINQ, HENPIBLD, HOBBTBD SBYNEB, 80AYNBB Bm.T,, STAPLE PIELD, HANDOBOBB. BLAUGHAM, TWINS HAM, OHAILEY, WIVKLBPEBLD, OOWPOLD, PLUMPTON, AND
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
CLARKE'S ILLUSTRATED

CLARKE'S ILLUSTRATED

April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
HAYWARDS HEATH.

HAYWARDS HEATH.

TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN, VIOLA, Ac. Recoimni-niled l.y Herr Stern, of Brighton, If Ketjemano, Esq., Hon. K.A.M., and many other*. lor Testimonials and Terms address PURCELLS, OUOKFIELD. Miss EDITH F. LTPSCOMBE, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. I.ES.SONS GIVEN IN PIANO, THEORY, HARMONY. in for R
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Telegrams—" Coaches, Brighton."

Telegrams—" Coaches, Brighton."

April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
BRITISH COTTON-GROWING.

BRITISH COTTON-GROWING.

The Duke of Marlborough spoke at Bolton on the 13th inst. in support of the British Empire Cotton-Growing Association. He advocated action which would make Lancashire independent of the American supply, and said there were sufficient cotton-growing fields in British Crown Coloni
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
CLEANING LAND.

CLEANING LAND.

Autumn (points out Prof. John Wrightson, in hif- ■Agricultural Gazette” current notes) i« an « .11- i.t season for cleaning land. The prois continued until the weather breaks, and resumed m the spring. The phrase springcleaning lias fewer terrors for the farmer than for the hous
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
PERILS OF THE LINE.

PERILS OF THE LINE.

Joseph Ollier, an engine fitter, employed by the North-Western Railway at Crewe, had a remarkable experience on Tuesday. While repairing a locomotive he had occasion get inside the water tank, the inlet of which is exceedingly small. He entered with little difficulty, but was ho
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
BORDER “MARRIAGE HOUSE.”

BORDER “MARRIAGE HOUSE.”

The famous old Border Marriage House,” on the Scotch bank of the Tweed at Coldstream, tfhere Monk first raised the famous regiment of the Coldstream Guards, is being restored by Captain Waring, the now proprietor of Lennel estate, who, with Lady Clementine Waring, is to reside a
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
“Open to Criticism.”

“Open to Criticism.”

Mr. Dyson, in opposition to the amendment, said the feeling throughout the whole of the district had been that the business of the Council was not known —(“Question”) —and he thought it was only right that all the members of the Council should have a band in spending the ratepay
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
A PRISON MARRIAGE.

A PRISON MARRIAGE.

Not long ago the dead-walls of London were placarded with huge pictorial poster illustrating a prison marriage, and intended to advertise forthcoming sensational story. An actual incident of the sort is narrated in the latest Australian mail news. A young woman at Bendigo was co
April 18, 1905 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England