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THE OBSERVER PRESS

THE OBSERVER PRESS

COLONNADE. LIND STREET. W. B. MEW. LANOTON & CO., LTD. WINE Sc, SPIRIT MINERAL WATER MERCHANTS. by MANUFACTURERS PAL* AND STOUT BRKWKKS TO HIS MAJESTY. Head Office; The Royal Brewery, Newport, I.W BS. Higi SliMCp PoiSaiosU ~ Tl» Brewery, I^flegtoo^ W. a. U. L. Ot. Hi,, mk» SSM/I
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
jJOIESJREBB LEKaTHS^I'g;

jJOIESJREBB LEKaTHS^I'g;

31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
5 ON NATURE’S LINES ■ * Beecham s Pills perform their healthful work —gently, * soothingly yet withal thoroughly, until

5 ON NATURE’S LINES ■ * Beecham s Pills perform their healthful work —gently, * soothingly yet withal thoroughly, until

the whole M system is benefited. Being perfectly safe for young M old »nd compounded only from the purest and 5 | , ost carefully selected ingredients of vegetable origin, w ,here '* no more satisfactory medicine for disordered * stomach, sluggish liver or irregular action of th
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
WIND AND PLANT GRCAVTthS.

WIND AND PLANT GRCAVTthS.

A rather surprising degree of influence the wind upon plant growth and crons has been shown by the exjieriments Ih*. Oscar Bernbeck. a German professor of agriculture. Severe gules tend to produce deformity, giving twisted and knotty shape t*» twigs, and ordinary winds diminish
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
etc., and FAKCKLb Weekdays.

etc., and FAKCKLb Weekdays.

etc., and Weekdays. TOW« ttUI eilo nlo w >o in pin p nip Rlmtcld tSaiellO t I*»|J>o 10,710 droro-rstr «,» niioto'll lei .... It 4-01 t »l|7 atroat «i« llo|jiivt..ld lakllrld *l> < IWII tt1...« I ! «n;HI'•• ll'. fs«,Ml lidllltiJlrlJtO n'Mtbtnct fc uni col oioni tr{i> t>Hd laiim aa
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
APARTMENTS TO LET. RYDK. —Wight Hall Private Hotel, Unique position sea trout. Tenuis, oroqnet, billiards. Uxeelleot catering. Separate tables. Strictly

APARTMENTS TO LET. RYDK. —Wight Hall Private Hotel, Unique position sea trout. Tenuis, oroqnet, billiards. Uxeelleot catering. Separate tables. Strictly

moderate. En pension terms.- Proprietress. FURNISHED Apartmeota to be let for the winter months. Central position, ft re minutes walk from Pier and Esplanade Dardens Drawing room and one large bedroom, 14/- per week ; dining room and one large bedroom, 12/-.—Address “A.M.,” Offi
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
THE ISLE OF WIGHT PANTECHNICONS

THE ISLE OF WIGHT PANTECHNICONS

situated in John Street and Union Road, Ryde, are the largest and best buildings of the kind in the Island, having bean especially constructed at great cost (or the warehousing of furniture, pictures, hooks, lineo, wine, pianos, luggage, and every description of Household Goods.
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
THE LATE MR A TEAOUE

THE LATE MR A TEAOUE

The remains of the late Mr A. Teague, of Rjrde, who died on Kridaj morning la«t, after long and painful UlneM, ware interred in Hyde Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. The eofßo, which waa of panel led oak with braaa Sttinga, and which boro on the plate the f ollowing inaoription:
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
PLACINO THE BLAME.

PLACINO THE BLAME.

* said Mr*. Jonks, *’on Freddy and Katie take after their father. Of •ouw. Katie gets her big brown eyes from me, and Freddy his cute little rosebud mouth—tho all have ungainly features—hut otherwise they're their father's children. "Of course, though. Freddy’s bchularlv tendenc
31 May 1913 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England