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THE WHOOP.

THE WHOOP.

There are many kinds of whoops. The best-known is the Bather’s Whoop. This is utteVed by the bather who is first the water, and, with diabolical maliciousness, wants to make other bathers suffer the torments of anticipation by implying that the water is surprisingly chilly. The
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LATE LORD RIPON.

THE LATE LORD RIPON.

The Requiem Mass for the late Marquess of Ripon will be celebrated at Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral to-morrow at 11.30 a.m., and not 12.30, as stated in some quarters. The cathedral will be open to the public with the exception of the reserved seats. It is expected there
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
London & North Western Railway THE PREMIER ROUTE TOURISTS & SPORTSMEN

London & North Western Railway THE PREMIER ROUTE TOURISTS & SPORTSMEN

NORTH and CENTRAL WALES, THE LAKE DISTRICT, PARTS OP SCOTLAND AND IRELAND. ALL For full particulars of Train Services, Excursions, &o„ write to Mr. Turnbull, Superintendent of the Line, Euston Station, N.W. FRANK REE, General Manager. By the BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RY. Excursions
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPORTING- CHATTER.

SPORTING- CHATTER.

Br MAGPIE (W. Loiinox). It is some time since there was a blank Monday in the racing world, but the actual active forces were summoned to Newmarket by reason of the sales in the Park Paddocks, the principal consignment being the late Sir Paniel Cooper s , stud. It has been evide
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEASIDE BATHING FATALITY,

SEASIDE BATHING FATALITY,

While bathing in the sea to-day Blyth, William Wright, young photographic canvasser, belonging to Jarrow-on-Tyne, disappeared. Another bather attempted to to his assistance, but the body was not recovered. It is believed that Wright, who had cycled down to the beach and had only
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WARWICKSHIRE y. SUSSEX.

WARWICKSHIRE y. SUSSEX.

When this match was proceeded with at Birmingham Sussex had two wickets down in their second innings for 64. There wore three stoppages, caused by rain, to-day, and the players wore oft the held forty minutes in all. At lunch time four men were out'for 116. Kain fell heavily dur
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE BAY OP BISCAY.

THE BAY OP BISCAY.

Moderate S.W. breezes mouth of Channel and N. parts of Bay, with showery weaUier and a, moderate sea. Variable breezes further S., with fair weather and slight sea. TO-DAY’S FORECASTS. FROM THE METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE. The Meteorological Office issued the following to-day at 2.30
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Compsntcns and Governesses. T LEAGUE (under Royal Patronage), n Prince ®treeircav™di.h-«iuare. W. (Acencj). fuUy recommends Gentlewomen fill aU responsiole pos.rions

Compsntcns and Governesses. T LEAGUE (under Royal Patronage), n Prince ®treeircav™di.h-«iuare. W. (Acencj). fuUy recommends Gentlewomen fill aU responsiole pos.rions

m all capacities. * Phone 1025 Mayfair. . LADY seeks post as USEFUL COMPANION. domesticated, needlewoman, reliable, experienced in illness; 11 re “rence; £25.-Mis the Ladies League, 21. Princes-streot, Carcndish-sqnare, W. LADY SECRETARY requires RE-ENGAGEMENT ; shorthand 110,ty
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The Liverpool Echo.

The Liverpool Echo.

.•iii TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1909.
July 13, 1909 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Sulam Issiasses te lis Let

Sulam Issiasses te lis Let

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July 13, 1909 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England