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TRADE-MARKS IN JAPAN.

TRADE-MARKS IN JAPAN.

The following information is from the report H.M. Commercial Attache at Yokohama 'Mr. E. V. Crewe) the trade Jan.v.. 19(t?: The examiners of the Patent Bureau appear to devoting considerable care to seeing that not obtain registration for marks whicli do not belong to them, and
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
KITCHENER OR CURZON*

KITCHENER OR CURZON*

Which was to go, Lord Kitchener or Lord Ctirzon? This may brutal, remarks the Saturday but is a true way of putting the position. The Government in 1905 had to make their minds whether they would lose Lord Kitchener or Lord Curzon. And they elected to keep Lord Kitchener: Before
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS OHRONTOT K. FTHDAY. JULY 9, 1909.

DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS OHRONTOT K. FTHDAY. JULY 9, 1909.

SENSATIONAL MURDER AT THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. SIB W. WYLLIE SHOT DEAD. PARSEE DOCTOR KILLED. EYE WITNESS’S STORY. GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE TRAGEDY. A graphic account of the tragedy told eye-witness, Mr. D. W. Tborburn, is given in the Daily Mail. He said; Folding doors gave from t
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
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V;itor xioiifcL—Ai ,lv

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July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
TWISDEN BARONETCY CLAIM. JCDGMKNT FOR PETITIONER.

TWISDEN BARONETCY CLAIM. JCDGMKNT FOR PETITIONER.

In the Probate Division on Monday Mr. Justice Hargrave Deans gave judgment in the legitimacy case, involving, as counsel explained the trial, the claim the Baronetev the claimant being the Rev, J. F. Twisden. Bra.lbourne Park. Mailing. Kent. His Lordship said the petitioner. Emi
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE WORK OF RESCUE.

THE WORK OF RESCUE.

THE WORK RESCUE. The work of rescue began immediately after the disaster at twenty minutes past five on Friday afternoon, and was continued without intermission till morning by the glare of the flare-lights. At three places it was known that living men were imprisoned. At every r
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
AMPUTATE. HIS LEGS.

AMPUTATE. HIS LEGS.

Drs. Hamilton, Crinks, and Cook went down to him. administered an anaesthetic, and amputated his legs at the thighs. The poor fellow was released, but died the way to the hospital.
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Yoc can Taste with Your Eyes!

Yoc can Taste with Your Eyes!

Dissolve a little quinine in water, and put drop in your eye. You will taste almost immediately—the reason why being simply that the fluid, or* of it. at all events, finds its way down through the tear duct into the back part of the mouth. you will take the trouble examine the l
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Y aaolatinfi.

Y aaolatinfi.

On the station during the week : Golden Vanity, cut., 21. A. Briscoe. Otter, s.y., 154, R. Grenville. Nora, cut., HI, J. Pidsley. Cushie-Doo. yl., 50, A. C. H. Maitland. Amethyst, s.y., HHO. Major E. F. Coates. M Agatha, s.y., 450, Sir E. Walter Greene. i Lady Blanche, s.y.. 405
July 9, 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM Wbt

100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM Wbt

100 POINTS TARIFF REFORM REPRINTED FROM Gan ba obtained 307, STRAND, LONDON, and at the Hookatallsot Meaara. W.H. Smith * Son. Messrs. Willing, and Messrs. Wyman. "Mr. thanks tbo Editor of ‘The Globa* for copies <lOO Points on Tariß Reform,* which ho Is glad to hare. Ho read many
July 9, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England