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THE COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

THE COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

SIR E. BARTON’S WELCOME HOME. SYDNEY, Oct. 17. Sir Edmund Barton was to-night given organized welcome on his return from England. Six thousand persons wore present, including members of the Federal and State Legislatures. The Federal Premier explained the resolutions agreed upon
October 18, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER AMERICAN COMBINE

ANOTHER AMERICAN COMBINE

NEW YORK. Oct. 17. The Herald M reports that international combination Las been formed in the storage battery business, which, for all practical purjioses, will control the patents and the manufacture of storage batteries in the United States, England, and the Continent. It is s
October 18, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
I ▲ B ; C

I ▲ B ; C

I B ; C CJFECIAL CHEAP BAY EXCURSIONS. BRIGHTON r.nd SOUTH COAST RAILWAY. a.m,; a.m. 1, a.tn. ».m. ••m. V.rtrrtM .. 810 I 8 *Keniicjrton .. 7SO:815 i 8 Loudon Bridga .... siB i 8 Btw»rwditfh ~ .. 1 .. .._ • Addison-road. A.—PorUraouth Round I«lo Wicht. Moadait: Town, <*. B.—Monda
August 2, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CORPORATION’S ADDRESS.

CORPORATION’S ADDRESS.

At a meeting of the committee of the whole Court of Common Council, at Guildhall, yesterday. the Ixird Mayor, who presided, read a letter from Lord to the effect that, the time which the King and Queen would able to afford for the dejeuner nt Guildhall on the 23th would comparat
October 7, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
PROTESTANT CAMPAIGN. ! KENSIT'S GRAVE CONDITION ALARMING MEDICAL REPORT. Oar Liverpool Correspondent, telegraphing early this morning, states: Mr. John Kensit,

PROTESTANT CAMPAIGN. ! KENSIT'S GRAVE CONDITION ALARMING MEDICAL REPORT. Oar Liverpool Correspondent, telegraphing early this morning, states: Mr. John Kensit,

who has been inmate of Liverpool Royal Infirmary since he was attacked when returning to Liverpool from meeting held in Birkenhead to protest against Roman and Ritualistic practices in the Church of England, now Lies dangerous condition, and his depositions have; been taken. Bot
October 7, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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TODAYS ATHLETICS.

TODAYS ATHLETICS.

.Read walking races again figure athletes’ fixture list* for this afternoon. A ten miles walking handicap is to decided at Wembley, under the auspices of the Polytechnic Harriers; Cambridge Harriers hold an eight miles walking handicap, on the road between Blackheath and CVayfor
October 18, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Folkestone.—boAiiD-UESiDENCE, in « quiet,, refinrd bcnuft. 8« froat. Good eolalae. Cycling —Enrelop®, Mi*» Auslea, Hwn nuat,

Folkestone.—boAiiD-UESiDENCE, in « quiet,, refinrd bcnuft. 8« froat. Good eolalae. Cycling —Enrelop®, Mi*» Auslea, Hwn nuat,

Folkestone.— boAiiD-UESiDENCE, in « quiet,, refinrd bcnuft. 8« froat. Good eolalae. Cycling —Enrelop®, Mi*» Auslea, nuat, Bay CreseeaU FOLKESTONE— L«lsrer. C 9. Bouverieroad. W. (XmlorUUite BOCBK. C3om he*s. WcU reeommendod. LADIES ONLY.— BOOM or FULL BOARD. Jr for ladle*, modera
August 2, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
The Editor's Post-Bag, HO BOOM IN THE BOARD SCHOOLS.

The Editor's Post-Bag, HO BOOM IN THE BOARD SCHOOLS.

Sir,—Your oomwpondent, Mr. J. T. Tasaoll, says that the worst part of his grievance is that the Board School Visitor him that his daughter must attend the Church school if no place oouJd be found for her in a Board school. aaka whether the Visitor was exceeding his powers. The B
August 2, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
KILLED B7 LIGHTNING.

KILLED B7 LIGHTNING.

Yesterday morning heavy thandori'toiti broke over Beaminster, Dorset. labourer named Job Whitty, who took refage by was struck by lightning and killed. Another standing his side was unhurt. The stall w«g slightly struck.
August 2, 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England