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DANCING.—KING'S HALL, London-rd. , E.. POPULAR and MERRY ASDBMBLITa lIVIIRY TUESDAY and SATUKDAY.7.3O to 12. 6d. Balcony. sd. THR ARLINGTON.

DANCING.—KING'S HALL, London-rd. , E.. POPULAR and MERRY ASDBMBLITa lIVIIRY TUESDAY and SATUKDAY.7.3O to 12. 6d. Balcony. sd. THR ARLINGTON.

Peekhani.reat —HYBRY MONDAY. Admission by ed. Smart and Jolly• and EVERY THURSDAY and SATURDAY. le. INSTRUCTION CLASS ZYBRY TUESDAY at S. is. ?HS CARL. TON, 610. Ortnidrcroad. Sbepheres Ihisit.—SRLEOTOINDE SRLLAI ZYSKY THUINDAt and SATURDAY. la INSTRUC. INON CLASS MONDAY and WED
6 February 1910 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
BALL OF THE SEASON. —H. R. JOHNSON'S DR D ICA. A rrsAy. fern!. 164 !Mai& b• tad eelforsband. t ertat

BALL OF THE SEASON. —H. R. JOHNSON'S DR D ICA. A rrsAy. fern!. 164 !Mai& b• tad eelforsband. t ertat

fee Deal Daum mew N•w at taw Aseenthihu. Tuesday. Thursday. 8 tit 1 Alternates and livening Classes. aaj thaw Tel. 1880 Mayfair. WIIIST l l•.knry 1
6 February 1910 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
WHO'S WHO-AND WHY

WHO'S WHO-AND WHY

BOYS NEW MEMBERS. One of the most remarkable Usioni ta d s in the election was that at Sunderwhere Mr. Samuel Storey wee returned at the heed of the poll. From 1881 to 1896 Mr. Storey eat for the constituency • Oladstonian Liberal. In 1900 be wee again a candidate, but was defoa
4 February 1910 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
MANURES FOR POTATOES.

MANURES FOR POTATOES.

An experiment carried out for the Royal Agricultural College at Cirencester last season confirmed the lesson derived fr o m xunterous previous trials to the effect that phosphate, potash, and nitrogen iu a dressing of artificial manures are all essential to a good yield of potat
4 February 1910 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
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be.. from Mr I /toms& Ars. stroos to t tutdort kr Anneal I/operates is the Vaorblel. tloetariboutb. ue MO•LIA Y. LlOlteaZT NIL bek at 145 rents— Cada. WAIL'S CORN MILL. AltU I.Ahll EOM WA L. SOLD BY MAALOX the HSU, Corker. mouth, M. mod J. R. IDTCHMI.L. al MONDAY. the Nth d& of
5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England
 
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5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR•

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR•

NOOLICANISM AT CIANT'II MELTING. Fur, It u with deep regret lAe* opnet.th o inbabitisat el t•lestar Mour Mud of what happened at Mr. Great's meeting Gyrator Moor. and espitivially tbs way Mr Statham treated, M has father was founder of butts old age pew eons and ourupeuvatioim b
5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England
 
CUILLIMOUTN DIVISION.

CUILLIMOUTN DIVISION.

Sir,—Would it wet be beat to leave the , saue dike above qaletia 1 w. and tlaaak Sir Wilfrid Laredo Go comas horsed at a casual w tiro Mete IMO leant at tba Sock be.ng sir y much powdered, nod to rows flat iteabeoaa that lb. Literal yen wryer is a ware ancient Male tbaa It today
5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England
 
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5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England
 
lIITIIIt ACCIIIIIIT AT CANT.

lIITIIIt ACCIIIIIIT AT CANT.

What dr, , oni into Crosby 'Churn” •remog Yr Julio apreldita. But , 4 tattling experience. It appro• that he had been engaged In drive • Crosby pont who wet with an at...Whitt tit the Bonsai toilwrr When entering ll'reehy th.• broke. moon' both oh• Ito to .tray lan were thrown o
5 February 1910 - West Cumberland Times - Cockermouth, Cumberland, England