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A New Era in Tea-making.

A New Era in Tea-making.

THE making of tea is such a common every•day occupation that people rarely think about it—as a matter of course the tea is made, and served, and drank, and there is an end of it. There are people, however, of refined taste, to whom a "cup of tea, — if properly made with one of t
11 May 1913 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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11 May 1913 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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11 May 1913 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE WINNING RAGTIME COMPETITORS.

THE WINNING RAGTIME COMPETITORS.

11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EVELYN THAW TO GO ON LONDON STAGE.

EVELYN THAW TO GO ON LONDON STAGE.

Mrs. Evelyn Thaw, whose name became famous at the time of the trial of her millionaire Harry Thaw, for shooting the wealthy architect. Stanford White, has been engaged te appear at the London Hippodrome, and will make her debut at the end of the month. Before her marriage she wa
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Dr. Hair's Personal Statement.

Dr. Hair's Personal Statement.

In the personal statement which Dr. Hair has written in the preface to his remarkable book he say.:— "In presenting this Treatise to the public, I may state that my asthmatic practice has been the result of a thorough study pf the cause of the disease as investigated in my own p
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Sir Moral Mackenzie, who endorses this Treatrnent.

Sir Moral Mackenzie, who endorses this Treatrnent.

have been furniahed with a supply to meet local demands. Applications for a free copy of Dr. Hair's Book should, therefore, be made personally at any one of the 1,000 Branches throughout the country of Hoots' Clash Chemists, Taylor's Drug Stores, Timothy White Co., Ltd., Parke's
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Prisoner Wen the Bench.

Prisoner Wen the Bench.

Prisoner the Bench. William Walter Burton. described as a trapper, was brought up on Wednesday at Wiim borne on the charge of murdering Winifred Mary Mitchell. The village is nine miles from Wimberne, but a number of rustics tramped that distanos in order to catch a glimpse of th
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
KING'S WIDOW GRANTED DIVORCE.

KING'S WIDOW GRANTED DIVORCE.

Baroness Vaughan. the morganatic wife et King Leopold of the tielpana. has been divorced from k. Durrieus. The Baronem, who has two children. aged Mx and four years the sone of King Leopold, IMO to M. Durrirag on August lb. KM, • little over • year the death of the king. false h
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VANISHED BANKER. LIDDERDALE MYSTERY ONCE MORE REVIVED. WENT ON WEDDING EVE. Miss Chapman Throws More Light on the Story.

VANISHED BANKER. LIDDERDALE MYSTERY ONCE MORE REVIVED. WENT ON WEDDING EVE. Miss Chapman Throws More Light on the Story.

mystery of the disappearance of Mr. William Robertson Lidderdale. formerly manager Cl the Ilminster (Somerset) Branch o f Stuckey's Bank. came before the Probate Division for the seventh **melon, on a motion to presume his death. On January 8. 1892. • few days before the appoint
11 May 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England