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RANDOM READINGS. While I was walking one aeon with epart, a tom a narrow street, says a writer the 4tlantio

RANDOM READINGS. While I was walking one aeon with epart, a tom a narrow street, says a writer the 4tlantio

jfiifhlg, a cry *same sounding &Ws t h at t h e pope was coaling. Almost before we could turn the outriders were upon ns. I was separated from my friends, and pushed near an elderly man. whom I recognised as compatriot whose veins were bin. .with Puritan blood. the gilded chario
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BISHOP OF TRURO:

THE BISHOP OF TRURO:

-- All leaders everywhere in the Church of Christ must surely give hearty welcome and endorsement to Sir Edward Grey's noble and courageous words—in the hope that they may lead to an Anglo-American Alliance of Peace as a first step to the far-off goal of a Universal Truce of God
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OUTBREAK OF MEASLES SOUTH LONDON SCHOOLS CLOUD.

THE OUTBREAK OF MEASLES SOUTH LONDON SCHOOLS CLOUD.

Over 5.000 eases of measles amongst school children have been reported to Dr. Caldwell , Smith, the medical officer of health for Wandsworth. In the sixty-one London County ' Council schools in that borough there is an sverage attendance of 56,000 school children. Under existing
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SERGEANT SENT FOR TRIAL.

SERGEANT SENT FOR TRIAL.

--------- Staff-sergeant James Bartleman, twenty. seven, of the Scots Uuards. was sent for trial by Mr. Francis at Westminster Police-court on Tuesday on charges of stealing bearskin "busbies" from Wellington Barracks. The bearskin., it is alleged, were converted into • muff and
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
A Skirlaugh Praotioe.

A Skirlaugh Praotioe.

At Leeds Agnes ce Wednesday, Use Bev. awes, Beebe et Wadding! Inst, Ids De. timid Cisliemble of Bkiedevek bees& as amiss aphid Mrs. As Miss" widow el Dr. Gala. be resew dsosses Ise alleged ft I wane* el a The NO Mow
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
KimED BY ELEPHANT. DESPERATE RISKS TAKEN BY IVORY HUNTERS.

KimED BY ELEPHANT. DESPERATE RISKS TAKEN BY IVORY HUNTERS.

Mrs. Gerald Longden has reported to the Government, the Daily Mail oorrespondent at Entebbe, Uganda, says, that her husband has been wounded by an elephant and has died ia the Congo. Ivory hunters, of who. Mr. Longden was one, take enormous risks. One of them writes as follows:
March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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March 25, 1911 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England