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HARRIS & MILLS, PATH! AGENTS.

HARRIS & MILLS, PATH! AGENTS.

(Ectobtlahed UK.) 23. SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, LONDON. Tetegraptfe Addfw: —** mVILBOE,” London. HORSES. CARRIAGES, POULTRY, fto. HI) SEEDS MY SPECIALITY.—T. PUNT. Baker, Cora aftd Hour Fmm SMtotee-rtresa Ckaapan piaaa tor it kinds ot Horan Fowl, and PlgMe Om, LtoaMi m* Ootooe Cska
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
OB ITU ARY,

OB ITU ARY,

The death occurred at CheltAnham restorday, after linperrop irncss, of Sir Ncmam Baker, R.C.S.t. doccaaed. who w-.i« 56 years of age, entered the Indian Civil 55 year* ago, and filed many important poets fa ih* Bengal Prt«denry, ctf arterh he was made Lieutenant-Governor jo 1908
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
EDUCATION OF MENTALLY DEFECTIVE.

EDUCATION OF MENTALLY DEFECTIVE.

bit <rf Bill prepared Mr. J. A. Pease, Minister for Bduratira. amend the law relating the education of defective and opdcptic chikirea and was yeatceday. propoem make oompulsory, fcatead permissive, for kxwl tdlucaj ion to make pmvirion for the edneatson mentally defective child
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A QUAINT CRITICISM.

A QUAINT CRITICISM.

The foXowiof as exlraot from a criticism the dorcing Mim Ruth St. Dime, contributed to the “New York Tribune ’* Mr. Koji Kishimoto, a Japaoeae gtmtknrao: Onor again a of Oriental fiction Inr-Mim Huib Si. Dents ■in her pp>tvdid dance play ifee 'nacatre. In addit»» the unique natu
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE BETUBN OP THE CHIFF-CHAn.

THE BETUBN OP THE CHIFF-CHAn.

The cbiff-cbalf. the and, atrauge af, thj tin-rot migrant tnbe aarben. m our shore?. 27th—a fairly date—the liUie stranger (says the ' rooking to and fro and name among familiar near the hook Coaau Dakoate Itftle morsel though a, k* braves the bowterous «f th spring oqmaox regai
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A HUNDRED THOUSAND DOCTORS.

A HUNDRED THOUSAND DOCTORS.

According "LaaceC" oootnbutor. medical men is Europe amounts to about 10C0Q)
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BATES FOR POBUC LIBRARIES.

BATES FOR POBUC LIBRARIES.

test wa. t«aad ?e-lmlat Bill iotroAA Sir J<ta Dewar, M.P.. to amend Itw if© Public Libraries Act which xctiu emeum the rate levied. tiwhm •• Unlit of one penny in pound imposed up® m rate 1855 still but about library districts have vaned principal Atf* special legislation giving
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A LOSS OF £5OO.

A LOSS OF £5OO.

tfr. Lloyd followed Sir Rufu» Isaacs im tbe witness than the Maroon! Committee inquiry yesterday, and public iittereat in tbe proceedings became even more intense. la the course of his evidence, the Chancellor, referring reports as his “great fortune,’* admitted that his present
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Applause Suporessed.

Applause Suporessed.

other questions, Sir Rufus paid that in •dd ti.>n j,o the I.COO sharos which the Chanceilor end *h‘ Master of Elibank had through hhu, they afterwank increases! their holdings until each became pos- 1,845. 1« the course of orcßS-examioeiion Mr. Arorrr, N-IV. Sir Rufus aaid that
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CATTERICK BRIDGE.

CATTERICK BRIDGE.

“'DOUBLES FOR SIR W. COOKE ASD MR. P. STORART. CATTFJUCK, Frirlsy mcinc •» wsunwd hew th» ram was fad’Jnf bessfiiy, and ooBS«qanooe the a.tnretanc* was tlt'R was expected. Fields wwa Jmigv and sport utteresunf a penalty Needy Duke foltowed tip NV»civ*-r> soec«a wfcuuoy the The f
29 March 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England