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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF LORDS. , MONDAY. Earl of and Lord Holm Patrick took ir l' * i —The Earl of Crewe, replying qnesli.n* respecting the situation in Persia, said that t/. . internment had information that Russian uv'Pa were advancing from Tabriz. The Russian . had, however, decided to send
July 9, 1909 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
pwtty wedding took Rat. A. W. lambi*

pwtty wedding took Rat. A. W. lambi*

July 9, 1909 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE LIGHT RAILWAY SCHEMES.

LINCOLNSHIRE LIGHT RAILWAY SCHEMES.

LINE FROM SLEAFORD TO KIRKSTEAD. largely-Attended public meeting was held at Sleaiord Town-hall to promote the Mid* Lincolnshire Light K»ilway from Sleaford to Kirkstead. Mr. H. Spite presided.—Aid. Jebbopp, of Leasingham Hall, one of the principal promoters, explained that the
July 9, 1909 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

ELTON PARK LADIES *. BBACROPT LADIES. The ladies gained a meritorious victory Belton Park ladies at Seacroft last week by four matches to two. Details :— Seacroft. Belton Park. Miaa Barratt. 0 Mias E. Nerile 1 Miaa Harper 1 Miss M. Wilson 0 Miaa Crisp 0 Misa Wilson Misa N. Wardl
July 9, 1909 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
RAIL FARE PAID Httl Gold Cca-Mt Bkoocuis, lAY Are you aware that H. SAMUEL hands to every puis chaser of

RAIL FARE PAID Httl Gold Cca-Mt Bkoocuis, lAY Are you aware that H. SAMUEL hands to every puis chaser of

his famous Watch, the "ACHE' 3ILYER LEYER, A SOLID Silxi-p.atea Csuets, Four Glass Bodies 3/3 l(TOD( 'r»m- i ' 't Cold RINOI 9/9 (Worth 818.) SILVER ALBERT Bead about the 'ACHE' below. and see it TOi DAY!. sn WW-, DQWSJi Mr. S. Johnson, Mattock Clif, Matlock, says ■. THE 351- WA
July 9, 1909 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH, 'es NOTICE. TEETH 6N ALL PLATER MADE BY GOODMAN'S, LTD.. ARE REPAIRED FREE OF CHARGE Ft'R FIVE TEARS.

ARTIFICIAL TEETH, 'es NOTICE. TEETH 6N ALL PLATER MADE BY GOODMAN'S, LTD.. ARE REPAIRED FREE OF CHARGE Ft'R FIVE TEARS.

SETS FROM ONE GUINEA. Pamphlet ferwarded fres. Hours, 10 to 8. GOODMANS, LIMITED. SAUCRIEHILL STREET. GLASGOW; 10A GEORGE STREET. EDINBURGH; and at 2 LUDGATE HILL. LONDON, E.C., •e., Re.
July 9, 1909 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
STAINED GLASS.

STAINED GLASS.

.OSCAR PATERSON, 10 BLYTHSWOOD SQUARE, GLASGOW. ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY, LONDON. ART WORKERS' GUILD, LONDON. (TO NONE AND INDIA GOVERNMENTRI Dopt , ALtrot.aa No W. *Cr:. Poi t Tin v. Logy Air didy M 'tided of the Coornan)'• Na lly MIL flasher Isforn.attno end Ovid. Book. post fe
July 9, 1909 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
A Glasgow Tragedy.

A Glasgow Tragedy.

A terrible tragedy was on 'Monday afternoon found to have taken place in a house at 197 Centre Stre,•t, South Side, Glasgow. a young mother having cut the throats of her chit Iron and then taken her own life by the same means. Mary Anne Adams or Anderson. a widow of about 35 yea
July 9, 1909 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
AFTER +SCHOOL — Which Situation ? HUNDREDS Complebd Students are Slavin Ilberry's this moat\ tor la two Mazysad Mazy Yamada,

AFTER +SCHOOL — Which Situation ? HUNDREDS Complebd Students are Slavin Ilberry's this moat\ tor la two Mazysad Mazy Yamada,

by their aro aka* &US aid all. who to aka alma tor =trat aims• will y aril or at Illwitrated swot. Tattles is KERRY'S COLLEGE, THE TRAINING INSTITUTION FOR GOVERNMENT and OTHER PORTS. 18 Bath Street, GLASGOW.
July 9, 1909 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
KELIWRNE v. AYR.

KELIWRNE v. AYR.

The Western Union game at Paisley, owing to the wet weather, was delayed for two and a half hours, and atter Kelburne had been at the wickets for about an hour rain again calmed a stoppage. There way no improvement in the weather prospect., and after Ayr had batted for ten minut
July 9, 1909 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland