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English Lady’s Climb.

English Lady’s Climb.

The Lyskamm was first climbed this year on July 2, and since then has been ascended twice. July 5 the first ascent the VVeisshom this season was made by an English lady. The Dorn has also been climbed this year, as also has the Monte Rosa. It cannot, however, be said that the su
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Marconi Patents.

Marconi Patents.

Major ARCHER-SHEE asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the discovery that the Marconi Company had no patent rights in British East Africa, he could say whether the company had patent rights covering all its patents in Egypt and India respectively. Mr. HERBERT SAMUEL
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

TO-DAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

SHOT AIRMAN’S WILL COURT. IMPORTANT INCOME - TAX JUDGMENT.
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Notice to Leave.

Notice to Leave.

George Moody, of 150, Millfield-road, a paperhanger, said that Mrs. Robertson was his niece. The Robertsons lived in witness’s house for few months, but were given notice to leave owing the noisy children. There was also complaint of a single girl visiting the premises, and bein
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Extra Late THE PALL MALL Ushei The Whisky

Extra Late THE PALL MALL Ushei The Whisky

31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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IN THIS MORNING’S ISSUE GEORGE LANSBURY tells why he has been SENT TO GAOL also NEIL LYONS WRITES ON THE

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RAND STRIKE A CARTOON EVERY MORNING By WILL DYSON THE GREATEST CARTOONIST IN THE WORLD. EVERY SATURDAY THERE APPEARS AN ARTICLE By G. K. CHESTERTON
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
departure for home

departure for home

TO-MORROW. The King and Oueen of Spain have arranged to leave Victoria by the eleven o’clock train to-morrow morning on their return journev to Madrid. . Mter visiting the Wallace Collection this morning King Alfonso and CJuoen Victoria, accompanied bv the Duchess of San Carlos
31 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
premises.

premises.

/Apartments. IMarrtea. PrtmeAts a thatriet.—% owed. Almost MA. and ailing rom. voila for two trahla6-11rs. Jao Aberrant. - 25381131 AN ANTED. Lnindaff Merle, Three Unfurnished V ROOM. OAo partial 52, 11 pun, MAI; au tonna Inodorzta.- Anwnprowl. 01431 APARTMF.24T4 Vacant for m oh
31 July 1913 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SWANSEA.

SWANSEA.

Jury 50.—The anthracite cost -ratchet did not =demo any material alteration. The !minis, was again poor, the demand for both Swansea Valley and Red Vein barge showing no improvement. liss.hate-made nate continued steady, but cobbles oply experienced a quiet demand. Rubbly calm w
31 July 1913 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
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PUBLISHED TO-DAY.] Once in a hundred years,' says a cynical countess in Mr. Hall Caine's now novel, " there cornea a great passion— Dante and Beatrice, Petrarch and Laura. The woman meets the right man too late. What a tragedy! What a daily and hourly crucifixion!" The theme is s
31 July 1913 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales