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MR GLADSTONE’S SON-IN LAW

MR GLADSTONE’S SON-IN LAW

'Hie late Rev. Canon Harry Drew, ».f Hawarden, left ©state valued at £5,648 groes. •f which £4,299 is net personalty. Probate been granted to hie widow, Mrs. Mary •hew, Rectory. A GIFT OF £lO.OOO. At Tuesday afternoon's meeting of Arm•tro at Newcastle, it was announced that Xjr.
31 May 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
AnGold.W.A., U/-,

AnGold.W.A., U/-,

Brit Broken Hill, 22.S Kmtjnirli.b 5-l€, Lake View. 20'-. Brok’nHiUPr. Mt-MorT»o, 9-16. OroraßrowitUiU, 17,6, Do.BtklO. 2 1-2, Do. Nth, 4 3-9. Sl6 Bona 1 15-1% Do.Bth. 4 15-lf, Horse Shoe,6 5-8, Od, 1-2. Do. Grand. 1 5-8, Qt. Boulder, 21 /9, ZineOorv, 14 West Africa*. G.O. Amal.
31 May 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DON’T WEAR GLASSES UNLESS YOU K.\OW THAT THEY ABE EXACTLY RIGHT FOR YOUR EYES. WE TEST THE SIGHT AND ONLY

DON’T WEAR GLASSES UNLESS YOU K.\OW THAT THEY ABE EXACTLY RIGHT FOR YOUR EYES. WE TEST THE SIGHT AND ONLY

SUPPLY GLASSES WHEN NEEDED. MOODY BELL & SON, 15 Colonnade, Cheltenham.
31 May 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LATEST RACING.

LATEST RACING.

Joyful 100 to 7. to 1,
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ILLUSTRATED HULL.

ILLUSTRATED HULL.

(BY ONE OW OUR SPECIAL ARTISTS-> —" Mail " Phota of Corpus Above is seen the Solemn Procession of the Blessed Sacrament in the grounds of the French Convent of Augustine, Park-grove, Hull, on Sunday last.
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
SEA, DOCKS, & PONTOON.

SEA, DOCKS, & PONTOON.

" MAIL" DAILY SHIPPING REGISTER. SHIPPING NOTES. Sunday 18 steamers arrived nine being ballast, and the remaining nine bringing general cargo. i The steamer Sunnisido arrived Goole the night of May 26t.h, took in a cargo of coal, and sailed the following tide for Lowestoft. Arri
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
INFIRMARY RULLY PARADE.

INFIRMARY RULLY PARADE.

The 14th annual horse and rully parade in Connection witih the Central Wards Working Men'a Committee connection with the Hull Infirmary took place Saturday. Leaving Swann®tre£t 2.30, and headed Messrs Siseons Bros. silver band, the procession, took the following route: —York-str
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
We do not use one-sided Arguments to persuade customers to buy Furniture from us. Our arguments have two sides. The

We do not use one-sided Arguments to persuade customers to buy Furniture from us. Our arguments have two sides. The

Qualit- is right, and the Prices and terms are right. Our Furniture is Home-Made and wellmade. Wo do not stock jerry-built furniture. Every piece of Furniture which loaves our works is guaranteed to be of the Best Material, coupled with Best Workmanship. Our gigantic business ha
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
Stroud.

Stroud.

A_N EBLEV BOY’S FUNERAL. Monday afternoon, at Ebley Chapel, Stroud, the remains of Ivor Lane Herrett, aged 11 years, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrett, the Oil Mills, Ebley, were laid to rest amid many manifestations sympathy and regret. The Re». R. Nott officiated. T
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Cricket.

Cricket.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AT THE OVAL. Gloucestershire did splendidly up to a point against Surrey, at the Oval Monday, and got eight their opponents down for 186. Then occurred another breakdown in the fielding, and the team became demoralised. Several coatly mistakes were made, the last
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England