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LORD SALISBURY'S SON WOUNDED AT MAFEKING.

LORD SALISBURY'S SON WOUNDED AT MAFEKING.

|LORD SILISBURT'S - ,SON WOUNDED, AT MAFE EKING.X FIGHTING ON THE TUGELA. LADYS1LLITH SOiU'fEo GERMAN STEAMER TAKEN AS A PRIZE. THE ADVENTURES OF LADY WILSON. [RnUiTER'S TELEGRAMS.) PRETOanL Dee. 25 (via Lorenzo Marquez, Dec. 28).-Commandant Swart reports from the veldlaager at A
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WAR ITEMS.

WAR ITEMS.

ASR ITEMB. Down to last night the Lord Mayor's war , -.nd a. the Mansion house amounted to 472 000?., while the Volunteer fund reachsed81,0001. A curious incident occurred yesterday in a 'bus near the Bank. Amonmr the passengers were two veteran soldiers who, oddly enough, posses
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DAY BY DAY AT MAFEKING

DAY BY DAY AT MAFEKING

DAY BY DAY AT MHAFEING MESSAGE FROE1 BADEN- POWELL. The following was posted on Friday at the War offieo:- CAPETOWN, Dec. 28.-Following tele- gram received from Col. Baden-Powell, througb Glui Nicholson:- MAimU:iNz, Dec. 12.-Please inform Chief Staff officer all well here. Beers
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THRILLING STORY OF THE ISMORE.

THRILLING STORY OF THE ISMORE.

THRILLING STORY O0 THE ISIMORE. A cavalry lieutenant h~as written homre a graphic account of the shipwreck scenes And salvage of horses on the transport Ismore, which was wrecked on the Way out, off the western coast of Cape Colony. -e ?? course,_ you have heard the awful news th
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I NORWIACH CANARIES DIRECT FR0AM £lIR NATIVE CITY. CHARMING SONGS ES 516, 7A6, a/6, IaJ6 Han som st and Rardiest Caarios Bred. Cash re. turedl in fail if not approved. Also every other variety for Exhibition Breeding & Song Also Talld=ng ro-: rots. cage;, and Appliorces, C1eap. 1
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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THE POULTRY YARD.

THE POULTRY YARD.

I WIINTER EGGS. The great desire of most people who keep only a few fowls for egg production is to getI their hens to lay in the winter, when it is almost impossible to buy a really now laid egg. But in the large majority of yards eggs nre conspicuous by their absence. Any hcns,
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN CANDY MAKING.

AMERICAN CANDY MAKING.

AMERICAN CANDY MAFIN.CT. Fondant is the basis of innumerable kinds of cream candies, and is made as ?? cupfuls of granulated sugar, a cupful of hot water, a third of a, teaspoonful of cream of tartar. Place on the back of the stove and stir until thoroughly dissolved. Ji there ar
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Health for the People.

Health for the People.

IPtautfj for t1et tpoplte enEALT}H 1S THD FIRST WESLITH.-EVInen.1 BY DR. ANDREW WILSON. (Written ?? for £Asvd's 6NrpypCr', Consumption-or tu.bergvlosis as the general disease is called-is an ailment from which no age is sicure, and infants are liable to sulier from this disease j
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

GttAwDNIXGO ILLUSTiATZD.-The Villh, Cottage. cud Town Gardensiag. Wilndow Plants, Hoes, P~oultry, id weeskly. TAREA IAND HONK.-B~t PapezrforFrmo'fer adWaoscizeeiici. Vfi rTIllage, OheoE.F Cattle, lwses, lPigs, Poultry, Oookery, fIf00L , Dress. THIE Eb4NGLISH FmOlWERi GARDEN.- D s
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HUMAN AND DIVINE LOVE.

HUMAN AND DIVINE LOVE.

m A I 'AJM- AND DIVIM BOEn. By the LORD BISHOP of LONDON. Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one ?? Epistle of St. John, iv., 11. - SECOND rovarsoe Let us proceed to consider briefly What is the logical conclusion of the text. "Beloved, if God so loved us." Surely
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England