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TEN MINUTES' STORY,

TEN MINUTES' STORY,

" I've seen some pretty shell-lighting between Darwin and Sad Est," said Big Nose, the Yankee. " Years ago, when my nose shorter, I bought into a shell combine, run by five Greeks aid Balk, a black-heeded, ball. chocked Italian with the legs and body of an elephant. We couldn't
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GERMAN COURT REVELATIONS. Dramatic Scene at Resurrect Trial of Prince Eulenberg. • Once again the aged Prince Eulenberg. formerly the

GERMAN COURT REVELATIONS. Dramatic Scene at Resurrect Trial of Prince Eulenberg. • Once again the aged Prince Eulenberg. formerly the

intimate friend and confidant of the Kaiser, and at one time wielding superior to that of any other man in Germany. has had to face the ordeal of appearing before a criminal court to answer the charge of perjury arising out of the proceedings taken kunst Herr Harden, the journal
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY. WIFE'S SAYINGS THE PROPERTY OF HER HUSBAND.

HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY. WIFE'S SAYINGS THE PROPERTY OF HER HUSBAND.

That savings made by a wife out of money given to her for housekeeping expenses are the property of her husband. has again been proved by a decision given at Wandsworth County Court in a case in which Henry Salter, a Battersea decorator. sued Richard Kirby Maynard. of Earlsheld,
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER COAL CRISIS THOUSANDS OF PRIERS IDLE THROUGH BOYS STRIKE. MANY PITS CLOSED. Scottish Owners' Decision to Enforce a Wage Redaction.

ANOTHER COAL CRISIS THOUSANDS OF PRIERS IDLE THROUGH BOYS STRIKE. MANY PITS CLOSED. Scottish Owners' Decision to Enforce a Wage Redaction.

Although the threatened Welsh Coal Strike was only narrowly avoided last week, further colliery disputes, one in Scotland and other, in North Stalktrdshire and South Yorkshire, cropped up. The Scottish coal owners met at Glasgow on Thursday. and decided unanimoody to post notice
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE REPLY. To this remarkable letter Mr. Tease Abrahams applied:—

THE REPLY. To this remarkable letter Mr. Tease Abrahams applied:—

THE REPLY. To this remarkable letter Mr. Abrahams applied:— My wife has planed your letter before I notice your lying suggestion that my wife wishes to make your acquaintance. I should like to tall you at once that we are both particular of the company we keep, and I should be ve
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. lope for the Future Not in the Idle Rich, but in the Workers.

ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. lope for the Future Not in the Idle Rich, but in the Workers.

Many speeches protesting against anti-vivisection were made at the Internatioaal Anti- Vivisection Coagrea which opened at the Cextoa Hall on Wednesday. Delegate* were present from the United States, France, Scandinavia, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, India, Australia, Ru
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JEWISH ACTOR'S LIBEL SUIT Jury Award Heavy Damages in Amusing Theatrical Case. In the libel action brought by Mr. Morris

JEWISH ACTOR'S LIBEL SUIT Jury Award Heavy Damages in Amusing Theatrical Case. In the libel action brought by Mr. Morris

David Waxman, a Jewish actor, against Messes. Leon Jouquen Morris Myers, Solomon Troutman, and the Jewish Press (Limited). • jury in the King's Bench Division on Friday returned a verdict for the plaintiff with damages. Mr. Hawke, for the plaintiff, explaited that his client was
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
• REYNOLDS'S NEWSPAPER, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1909. IP . . --- WI FES CLANDESTINE TEA PARTIES. . OSCAR SLATERS FATE.

• REYNOLDS'S NEWSPAPER, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1909. IP . . --- WI FES CLANDESTINE TEA PARTIES. . OSCAR SLATERS FATE.

MET IN THE STREET. ANTI-VIVISECTION CONGRESS. POLICE SPY SCANDAL JEWISH ACTOR'S LIBEL surr Man Accused of Glasgow Murder _.____ Hope for the Future Not in the Idle • Jury Award Heavy Damages in 'ED OUT OF THE HOUSE BY HER ANGRY HUSBAND. Transferred to Convict Prison. DRESSMAKER'
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CELERY.

CELERY.

Just now there is no vegetable crop needing more attention than is celery. It is a greet winter crop. one expected to endure for some four or five months at least, and that endurance depends very muck on the time and conditions of planting. Plants should now be strong if they ha
July 11, 1909 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England