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GEO. GAY’S

GEO. GAY’S

FOR THE Latest Autumn Fashions IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Latest Styles Trimmed Millinery. Latest Styles in Shirts & Blouses. NEW BELTS, TIES. COLLARS, GLOVES, LACES FURS, UMBRELLAS ami HOSIERY. Latest Styles in Dress Fabric. Latest Styles in Blouse riannels.
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
POSSIBILITIES OF MOZAMBIQUE.

POSSIBILITIES OF MOZAMBIQUE.

POSSIBILITIES MOZAMBIQUE. The Acting British Consul Lourentjo Marques forwarded a copy of ci report agriculture Mozambique Mr. F. T. Nicholson, tlie Chairman of the Pretoria Society of Agriculture, secretary the Agricultural Union. He states that the lower reaches the Limpopo, fo
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
TO SING BEFORE THE KING.

TO SING BEFORE THE KING.

The choir connected with the Hanley Glee and Madrigal Society has been ** commanded ” sing Windsor Castle on Monday, November 16th, when the King and Queen are entertaining the King and Queen of Sweden. The conductor of the choir is Mr. John James, who at one time worked in a co
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
HOW TO PRESERVE GEMS.

HOW TO PRESERVE GEMS.

A jeweller inform* Siftiv/* that many gem* are spoilt by the wearers not understanding how to take care of them. There is the turquoise, for instance. turquoise ought ever be exposed to the action of soapy water when washing the hands. The best turquoise gem* are of delicate tin
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
ABOUT MEN AND WOMEN.

ABOUT MEN AND WOMEN.

Prince Edward*s "Throat Trouble.” Thor* was report the other day that Print* Howard of Wales was suffering from tome throat trouble, and that h? would shortly to London see specialist. This, writes correspondent, sheer imasri nation. The Prince caught cold fortnight ago when ret
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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Turt.itjc «:i. aii«i *mik avr '.hl* ii- nr. or froth Jus a rwi* i’.IHl) '• !<• i • .‘.m . *■ WiUl l.itr ti-ll? us that alm-i-t with- ♦At-I•’.-'•n I• I. and *v« fi‘:» art only • » • t* l« {; .i il'.v w« I*lll • i. iu tif !!«• r»t»>r«l' ih«- .1 ti t.\ ;i 0:1 K r *’. f<*r ina«i« f<
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
A B.vTRAtiiiAN Weather pßormr.

A B.vTRAtiiiAN Weather pßormr.

B.vTRAtiiiAN Weather pßormr. Few animals have survived the attack* made science their reputation weather prophets. Th«» green tree frog j* a conspicuous exception. is. l*e -ure. a croaking prophet, but plenty people still their faith to him. houses abroad tin* frog kept in bottle
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
HtTTF.r.FLIKS OF All. NATIONS.

HtTTF.r.FLIKS OF All. NATIONS.

HtTTF.r.FLIKS All. NATIONS. Though ami moth* ar«» found wuiolv (!i»trilmto<l all ov«*r hi* glol»o. thcv an* fa** ahutulant in the tropics. For instmirc. Brazil ran show the rollcrlor not lr-s than <hffrrrnt speck's within an hour’s walk I’ara. Thoro arc not half a* many all Kurop
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
NOTABLE METEORITE?.

NOTABLE METEORITE?.

To the sludcnt f iron great advantage* art* Vienna, for its museum coutuiim tlic oldest <»f the large col- Ici-tioim of iifUcrites in the world. '1 his gathering of ICO yearn has representatives of meteoric falls different localities. It contains sjHciineus. weighing in all line
October 30, 1908 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England