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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN TIMBER

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN TIMBER

AND BUILDERS' MERCHANTS. SAWING, PLANING, AND MOULDING MILLS, SWINDON RD., CHELTENHAM
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
POLITICAL “ KITE-FLYING.”

POLITICAL “ KITE-FLYING.”

POLITICAL KITE-FLYING.” Speaking at Chilmork (Wilts) on Saturday night, the Earl of Pembroke referred to the dangerous kite flying that had lately appeared the Press.” He said some politiciarfs seemed to think it was wise during this quiet time to air homoeopathic remedies for al
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
QASH VANCES. JJESSRS. piELDINGS, 29 ST. MICHAEL'S SQUARE, GLODCEBTER. Will be pleased to arrange Cash Loans in Sums of £5

QASH VANCES. JJESSRS. piELDINGS, 29 ST. MICHAEL'S SQUARE, GLODCEBTER. Will be pleased to arrange Cash Loans in Sums of £5

£l,OOO On Note Hand. Strict Privacy Observed. Write MR. C. LEAVER. Manager.
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WINTER GARDEN ELECTRIC THEATRE REMOVED TO gTREET (Laris JJALU Lessees; Giiknntbs, Lid. Telephone No. 968. TONIGHT AND DURING THE WEEK

WINTER GARDEN ELECTRIC THEATRE REMOVED TO gTREET (Laris JJALU Lessees; Giiknntbs, Lid. Telephone No. 968. TONIGHT AND DURING THE WEEK

8. Matinees and Saturday 3 m. Children Half-price ail parts Saturday Matinee. HIGH-CLASS PICTURES, including— gYMPHONY, Or the Heart of a Lumber Camp Fiddler. rpHE jpLAG OF QOMPANY “JJ” (Western Drama full of T7irilling Incidents). NOTE POPULAR PRICES: Circle , Stalls 4d., Pit 2
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

Brisbane. Monday.—Questioned about the possible difficulty of manning the Australian Navy, Admiral Sir Reginald Rendered said in England there were always plenty of applications for enlistment in the Navy, but in Australia there were many attractions tor working men. who would p
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SUICIDE ON A LINER.

SUICIDE ON A LINER.

Captain Finch, of the White Star liner Arabic, reported on arrival at Queenstown from New York that on October 27 Dr. John Nesbitt, of New York, a saloon passenger, committed suicide in his state-room by shooting himself with a revolver. The body was taken on to Liverpool.
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
JUST A FEW WORDS ON EYESIGHT. Bear in mind that those who suffer from Eyestrain can often see distinctly—but they

JUST A FEW WORDS ON EYESIGHT. Bear in mind that those who suffer from Eyestrain can often see distinctly—but they

see improperly. MOODY BELL SI SON, SIGHT-TESTING ROOMS, 15 Colonnade, Cheltenham.
31 October 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE.

A free lecture on Christian Science will given this evening the Lecture Hall of the Assembly Rooms, when Mr Bicknell Young, C.5.8., of London, will speak authoritatively on the subject.
31 October 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BILLIARDS KEENNESS

BILLIARDS KEENNESS

UUW STEVENSON LOST. After 11. W. Stevenson's disappointing displa.y tbrouffhout last week at Sloan's Rooms, Hull, his defeat M. in the match 9,000 up on Saturday 11 lit came surprise local cueists. the first day's play a week todav, made a promising start. went below form the se
31 October 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
POTATO CROPS.

POTATO CROPS.

The favourable weather since the of October 1-as confirmed the view that the out turn of the German potato crop will be better than anticipated earlier in month. This is especially the case with new varieties and the crops planted in light sandy soils, but those in heavy soils a
31 October 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England