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fashion day by day The Lingerie Gown. pesign simple as the ' STYLES OF LONG AGO. V Of dross, perhaps. changed t since the days our l,lrs Ihe lingerie gown. Then a T muslin frock was considered the height 'T licit V- almost severe simplicity ( hut now it may, if allow it, ,o the
30 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHIEF POINTS O F THE SKETCH.

CHIEF POINTS O F THE SKETCH.

son Ix>rd Newton, and Miss Helen Thompson will not take place until early next V ear Lord and Ladv Knaresborough are naturally reluctant to let their daughter out to Turkey while the present state of unrest in the near East continues. Mr. is in the Diplomatic Service, and at Lon
30 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

l.ubSock Handicap : , Phyllo- All engagement;.: cn;. InJ.aru dcce. p«rk: Benanel. Municipal Handicap. Geod»ood- Goodwood Cup and t. ip. Lady Eileen (after ufsdas , rffld Cup. Crayton Handicap., Goodwood, and Lnej Goodwood Sir Martin. , York. Gordon Stakes Goodwood ; Chichester P
30 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LANCASHIRE BEAT WARWICKSHIRE

LANCASHIRE BEAT WARWICKSHIRE

BIG INNINGS BY MAKEPEACE AND E. TYL.DEBLEY. When the final stage of the game between Lancashire and Warwickshire was commenced at Old Traflord this morning, there was every prospect of a keen finish, for Lancashire, witn an innings to play, required 191 to win on a pitch which s
30 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PAID IN FULL.

PAID IN FULL.

NO LIMIT ™ place betting CESAREWITCH & CAMBRIDGESHIRE 1000 | ANY “DOUBLE.” Select now while, this huge price is obtainable. deposit business MUST m ONLY t» TO-DAY’S PARIS BOURSE PARIS, Wednesday Owing the weakness prevailing yesterday, markets showed rather undecided tendency at
30 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FARM SERVANTS' HALFHOLIDAY.

FARM SERVANTS' HALFHOLIDAY.

IS DISCUSSED BY WEST FIFE farmers. A meeting of West Fife farmers was held in Dunfermline yesterday for the purpose of considering the advisability of arranging about half-holiday for farm servants. Mr Charles H. Beveridge, Crombie, vice-president of the West District of Fife Ag
30 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A MOTTO FOR TO-DAY.

A MOTTO FOR TO-DAY.

It Is better to Wear Out than to Rust Out.
30 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF BISHOP. A telegram received at the Archbishop' House, Westminster, yesterday morning announces the death at Frascati, Italy, Menday

DEATH OF BISHOP. A telegram received at the Archbishop' House, Westminster, yesterday morning announces the death at Frascati, Italy, Menday

night Bishop Giles, rector since of the English College at Rome. Deceased, who was born in London in 1824, had been ill for some time.
30 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ABERDEENSHIRE FARMER LEAVES £50 FOR ??? ORPHANAGE.

ABERDEENSHIRE FARMER LEAVES £50 FOR ??? ORPHANAGE.

inventory of the movable estate of Alexander Durno, farmer, Cairnton, Forgue, who died on 24th June last, has been lodged the Sheriff Clerk, and amounts £2507 14s 9d, on which £59 l&s 8d of estate been paid. j Mr Durno leaves Dr Rarnardo's Homes £100, and to the Orphanage, Aberl
30 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MILLGIRLS' STRIKE AT DUNFERMLINE.

MILLGIRLS' STRIKE AT DUNFERMLINE.

It was thought that at the close of the annual trades holidays Dunfermline an end would be put to the factory troubles which have recently arisen in the city. The prediction, however, has not been ful filled. A deputation of the female workers employed at the Scottish Central Ru
30 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland