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THE CHRISTMAS FEXI).

THE CHRISTMAS FEXI).

It but and an immense amount of work must dono in that timo if the most hungry and ill-clad children of are not lie disappointed. They have heard that the number of 2,000 they aro to entertained a Christ mas tea and entertainment. followed the distribution to each one of some ar
31 October 1910 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

"C'LLRS ole»jie 1, drMce\i, dyad, cpeci ality. I'jvg* mounts, moth - M. Trump, Itel al/.® i-*uiT.w, Ilambrook ftrc«t, cloec Hotal. t\rANTF.D to rurohaM, ba.ad Furaitare * ' &U kiar.i. ca«b.—Call or tend Mr*. 440. CoicmerciaJ-rcad. AVTOI LD rji' kind Parson adopt healthy Baby **'
31 October 1910 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SILVERMANS SECOND-HAND FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, & 5, NEW BUILDINGS. ELM GROVE, SOUTHSEA. NAT, TELEPHONE, 781.

SILVERMANS SECOND-HAND FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, & 5, NEW BUILDINGS. ELM GROVE, SOUTHSEA. NAT, TELEPHONE, 781.

31 October 1910 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SHIPPING-

SHIPPING-

OCE A N PASSAGES. UNITED STATES, CANADA, SOOTH AFRICA, AUSTRALIA. NEW ZEALAND. All pnrta the World, and Round the World. Passages by oil lines at lowest rates. Every inlorma- forwarded to all pari* and stored. |THOS. COOK & SON, 3T, Fargate, Slieffield. X-TOULDER BROTHERS & CO.,
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
skirt. A costume of Russian blue cloth is shown in the sketch. is trimmed with black satin and tiny black

skirt. A costume of Russian blue cloth is shown in the sketch. is trimmed with black satin and tiny black

buttons. MISS AKERS DOUGLAS'S MARRIAGE. On Saturday. Miss Evelyn Akers Douglas, daughter of Mr. A. Akers Douglas, was S’. Margaret's. Westminster, to Mr. Bernard Uodfrry Samuel-on. Mr. Akers Douglas gave away his daughter, who was unattended by either bridesmaids or pages. Siie
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATH OF SIR WM. AGNEW.

DEATH OF SIR WM. AGNEW.

A telegram this afternoon announce- the death which occurred to-day. Sir Wm._ The decease*, who was 85 years ot age, w as chair man cf Bradbu-v. Agnew and Co., printers, and proprietors of "Punch.” He received his baronetev in 1895.
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
rORKSinRE TELEGRAPH AND STAR, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1910. THE LATEST LIBERAL POSTER.

rORKSinRE TELEGRAPH AND STAR, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1910. THE LATEST LIBERAL POSTER.

This afternoon Mr. C. F. Bennett, solicitor. Fig Tvee Lane, addressed the following letter to the Sheffield Independent” Company behalf of Councillor Cattell: Dear Sirs, 1 have boon consulted by Mr. Councillor Alfred Cattell with reference the grossly libellous cartoon which you
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S RACING. Good Sport at Bromford Bridge.

TO-DAY'S RACING. Good Sport at Bromford Bridge.

31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MONEY AND STOCKS

MONEY AND STOCKS

business at a Standstill in all Departments. Interval scores: Inman 1,660, Biggie (in play) 1,408. Aiken (in play) 1,354, Harvcrson 466. Nelson 3,399, Gray (in play) 752. RESULT: Notts Forest Res.. 3, Castleford O.—M.L. EXCHANGE. IELD, Monday, 1.30 p.im □d steel shares opened ex
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WE GOT QUITE ENTHUSIASTIC

WE GOT QUITE ENTHUSIASTIC

when the first traveller showed Shaped Muffler, convinced were we of its ntilit?—a Muffler that sit simpir over the shoulders and which coaid be taken and off in moment. We've backed our expectation to the extent of stocking this new style of Muffler heavily, and invite you to i
31 October 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England