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VIII= LITIIIARY a UCIIITIPIC

VIII= LITIIIARY a UCIIITIPIC

VIII= LITIIIARY UCIIITIPIC SOCINM MONDAY, 6th, 1915. rIONVERsAZIONR. MDSIC arranged by Mei THOMSON and Mr. J. POLLARD, F.RA - U. TEA and COFFEE. CAFE A CAFE CHANTANT Will be bold the St. ANDREW'S PARISH BOONS, PEN RITH, oe TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1913 (at 3 o'clock). Vocal and Ins
30 September 1913 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
EVENING STUDY AT PENRITH.

EVENING STUDY AT PENRITH.

Reading in a Scottish newspaper ca Saturday an article ca the rawkably lavish punkin made for evening Moly is Idishargb, I vies In is soli • local wisest whitlow the didleekies eaporisated I. Pewit!' wore common to such cities as the Scottish capital. The answer surpriond me, le
30 September 1913 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
WOMAN AND ARCHBISHOP.

WOMAN AND ARCHBISHOP.

A dramatic incident ocrarred at sir consecration of two Suffragan Bishops at York Minot.. yesterday. Aa the Archbishop was descending the improvised altar in the nave at the claw of the service an eiderly woman melted forward, precipitated hermit his feet and took hold of his ro
30 September 1913 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
GOING BACK TO THE ROME OF HZ2

GOING BACK TO THE ROME OF HZ2

FATHER. In regard to moon which bass born in circulatioo, a telegram. from Musick Weiss' that the report that, Dues Augoits Victoria will sot IMAM to Xing Massol, although wet cow meow in the circuaistanies be disualsed. Aensr • to the area despair), it. Mem of paeea is a alight
30 September 1913 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
TFI6 CHICAGO GOWN.

TFI6 CHICAGO GOWN.

Lng-suffering husbands iselnume tie " Chicago moven. - • new form if adjuetable deem Int women. Its great feature. in the eye. of mere swim. a that it has only tn.. hooks, and three in front The " ago gown "is really half • dozen or more cortisone It can be mule of any ni•tcrial
30 September 1913 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 

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FLIGHT RECORDS BROKEN.

FLIGHT RECORDS BROKEN.

WHAT PREVOST'S 126£ MILES HOUR ENTAILED. GREAT RISKS. MORE DANGEROUS THAN PEGODD’S TRICKS. By Our Aeronautical Correspondent For the first lap of the Gordon-Benmett course Maurice Prdvost flew yesterday at the speed of 126.67 miles per hour. The lap is ton kilopietres, and as it
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
“ DR. NIKOLA ” ARRESTED.

“ DR. NIKOLA ” ARRESTED.

DR. NIKOLA ARRESTED. A charge of blasphemy was preferred at Wolverhampton against Thomas William Stewart, alias Dr. Nikola,” who was arrested in consequence of a lecture in the Market-place. The prisoner, who appeared In the dock in a faultlessly cut coat, said he had never known
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ACCESSORIES.

THEATRE ACCESSORIES.

Sir, —Your correspondent, Dress Circle,” puts forward the suggestion that, in order to do away with thfe charges for cloak-rooms and programmes (which some patrons of theatres find wearisome), these things should be taken out of the hands of contractors and controlled by the man
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Attractive Fashion Display

Attractive Fashion Display

Tomorrow and on ’Dnirsday Messrs. Whiteley are holding a fashions display at their handsome premises in Queen’s-road, when many models of Georgette, Marie Louise, Suzanne Talbot, Evelyn Varon, and Poiret will be shown. These will include the hats sketched here, and also charming
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England