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TO LEr.-EIHOP IN HIGH STMT.— Apply Bott's Shop.

TO LEr.-EIHOP IN HIGH STMT.— Apply Bott's Shop.

18 March 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
TEE rumuza, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, Wls.

TEE rumuza, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, Wls.

18 March 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
GROWS NEW HAIR IN THIRTY DAYS.

GROWS NEW HAIR IN THIRTY DAYS.

Moat mso take beldam isevitabls, as though it were a Mad Isesnee Tax or Water Rate—though w►y, it paws uoderstsoding. There is so reason why bele should cease to grow ow the top of the head than on the sides of the face—nod ain't moo hays to shave to the sad of their days, or we
18 March 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
A Married Couple's Heavy Misfortune.

A Married Couple's Heavy Misfortune.

Victims of Nervous Breakdown and Blood Poisoning. Thflpreeerb CMS miefortasee sever bees is s meet tremor, mew Ur lin -Dalton, maims of Tbe were szplitned Street. their hens, Albert . Daleea speaker, Mr yews ego my same became that I could do little more the. sbs my heed rating
18 March 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
LOCH LINE AUSTRALIA. Port VOll/01. to ADELAIDE. S.A. (Wharf) Act !Nora (W. 29th March MELBOU RNLI/. (Wharf) AL. INOUS (ea).

LOCH LINE AUSTRALIA. Port VOll/01. to ADELAIDE. S.A. (Wharf) Act !Nora (W. 29th March MELBOU RNLI/. (Wharf) AL. INOUS (ea).

29th March SYDNEY. N.S.W AL, [NOVI. (as), 29th March NEWCASTLE. N .... ...... Early. HOBART LAUNCESTON, ...Early SPLENDID SALOON AOOOIIIIODATION FOR PASSENGERS . Booked at Through Rates to all Colonial Porta. LONDON TO FIONMIT. T ATHILSIC Mar LONDON TO LAUNONITON, T.....MAYAKI 3
18 March 1913 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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COUNCIL

COUNCIL

DEMAND FOR INQUIRY. W« have received copies of further letters dealing with the controversy over the administration of affairs at Bristol University which have passed between the Right Hon. Lewi® Fry and Dr. Gerothwohl. The first, from Mr, Fry, dated March 14, is published to-da
18 March 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE BONO OF FAMILY.

THE BONO OF FAMILY.

This is statesmanship applied to strategy, and gladly conclude from the fact that Sir Charles Ottley has expressed this view that it animates also the Defence Committee. And the writer clinches the whole matter, and lifts it to the higher plane of present principles in this eloq
18 March 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

DELPHI THEATRE. STRAND. -fA- EVERY EVENING 8 (except Thurs., Fri. and Sat.) Mr. GEORGE EUWAKDES New Production, THE DANCING MISTRF SS. A Musical Play in Acts. NEXT MATINEE, bAT, Mar. 29, at 2. Box-office 10 to 10. Tela. 2640 and Gcrr. LDWYCH. EVERY EVENING 9.0, A New Comedy in T
18 March 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

I!.' Iloiuf Commons assembled shortly Mori- ihn <- o’clock this afternoon, with the bPI-.AKI.R the Chair. •'ip’-'iin :he lion. GUEST, the of the Housdhold, .appeared at the t'ne uniform of his office, and, ad- t-. the table, read the following- nit-ss.,™,. [n.in the King I liavc
18 March 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Fire in Piccadilly.

Fire in Piccadilly.

The Fire Brigade were called late last night to 82, Piccadilly, W., the residence of Lady Wemher. A front room on the tirst floor was badly damaged by fire. Attempts on Calcutta Editors. Several letters addressed to the editors Calcutta newspapers exploded in the General Post Of
18 March 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England