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FINE TORPEDO WORK.

FINE TORPEDO WORK.

Tho battleships of the Home Fleet have just completed some splendid torpedo work while operating in Scottish waters off Invergorden. The fleet divided into two sections, which approached each other from a distance of ten miles and delivered torpedo attacks in turn at a range of
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
the Local

the Local

request of Ireland. Government Board for Striking demonstration that the feeding power of Bovril is capable all proportion to of producing benefit out of the quantity consumed. The following paragraph embodies a report of the tests referred to above, and will be read with intere
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Persian Revolution of 1905—1909 EDWARD O. BROWNE. M.A.. M.R . F RA., Sir Adam*’ Profassor of Arabic, and Fellow Pembroke College in the University of Cambridge. With 46 lustrations. nniwne’s work . . . is eacepU. naUy well Informed and well stud mu! oannol Uut warmly who wwl
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
The Unvitited Ireland

The Unvitited Ireland

Th<> author and his friend planned their journey in only satisfactory fashion —by marking out route a map through region hitherto unknown. They entered Ireland belfast, passed up Lagan Canal in the Canadian canoo which was their con- Tcyanee, camping at night near the shores. Th
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
The Happier Ireland.

The Happier Ireland.

Mr. Soott-Jaraeß, porhap.4 forttmatoly did not visit the congested districts. saw Ireland everywhere free from the grinding degradation of urban poverty. Occasionally, on the lower Shannon, he sees evidence of the still abiding curse of Ireland, wondering at “the number of unton
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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NOTES ON NEW BOOKS.

NOTES ON NEW BOOKS.

Venict and lt> Story." By T. Okey. Illuitratod by Nolly Erichpon, W, K. Hinchcliff, and 0. F. M. Ward. Dint. 10>. S». not. This revised and cheaper edition of Mr. book, though gains from greater modesty, does not persuade us to accept the work very seriously or to resign ourselv
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
able bargains will be found at this sale. I*or instance, in the mantle department there are fashionable black velvet coats,

able bargains will be found at this sale. I*or instance, in the mantle department there are fashionable black velvet coats,

all sises and lengths, absolutely new and marked at exactly half prices. A smart restaurant or evening coat, the "Gaiety/' the usual price of which is £7 17s. Cd. is sale-priced at 10s. Splendid opportunities await the glove buyer; dozen 3-pearl-button and 3-dome-buttou fine kid
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
A Sectional Sale

A Sectional Sale

in which 12 departments participate at
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
PROVISIONS.

PROVISIONS.

BT’TTER.—CORK.— First. 925; around. 90*; third, . eiiperfine, 9fi*; fine. 9«ki; buxed, fresh butter from tu 68.-, CATTLE. DEPTFORn. —At flay’s market United States and Oanadian randier* were «m üßor. Trade ruled firm at s*l 4* B>l and b- 5d to 3* 10J respectively; SUO Canadian r
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN MARKETS. NEW YORK, Oct. 29. On to-day’s market prices were carried down on light dealings, after which distinct weakness

AMERICAN MARKETS. NEW YORK, Oct. 29. On to-day’s market prices were carried down on light dealings, after which distinct weakness

waa developed and prices receded sharply, although comparatively little stock was sold. The leaders were generally off in the neighbourhood of a point, but rallied slightly at the end of the first hour; but although speculative realising seemed completed the recoveries were not
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England