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EAST RAND MINING ESTATES.

EAST RAND MINING ESTATES.

-4- Mr. C. F. Rowsell, presiding at the meetin" of the East Rand Mining Estates, Ltd., said the revenue from various sources amounted to £5.555 3s. 6d. compared with £3.731 19s. lid. last year, the increase being mainlv due to farm revenue. After paying all expenses thev were ab
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW CYCLING RECORD,

NEW CYCLING RECORD,

A splendid performance was accomplished today by S. Hulbert and J. E. Patmore, who, riding a tandem tricycle, covered fifty miles on southern roads (unpaced), in 2hr. 23min. 35sec., beating the southern record, held by S. Hulbert and B. Hogan (1911), of 2hr. 33min. lOsec., by 9m
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM.

THE SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM.

What is wanted (apart from ttye essential reduction in price) is either a very cheap ball which is perfect, but only retains fection for three sets, or a less cheap ball which will retain its perfection for a score of sets. Real Tennis balls and Rackets balls practically last fo
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AT MESSRS. KNIGHT. FRANK. AND RUTLEY’S ROOMS. 20. HANOVER-SQUARE. W. A MAGNIFICENT CASKET OF JEWELS, The property a kidy of

AT MESSRS. KNIGHT. FRANK. AND RUTLEY’S ROOMS. 20. HANOVER-SQUARE. W. A MAGNIFICENT CASKET OF JEWELS, The property a kidy of

title, comprising A sumptuous diamond pendant and neck ornament rn-raposed of choice white stones, bar brooch formed emeralds and diamonds unusual quality, a choice ring composed a beautiful emerald and two white brilliants, pair of fine pearl pear-shape drop ramngs, an importan
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AT MESSRS. KNIGHT. FRANK. AND RUTLEY'S ROOMS, 20, HANOVER-SQUARE, W. COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS. ENGRAVINGS. COLOURED PRINTS. Books, Old Furniture, Porcelain,

AT MESSRS. KNIGHT. FRANK. AND RUTLEY'S ROOMS, 20, HANOVER-SQUARE, W. COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS. ENGRAVINGS. COLOURED PRINTS. Books, Old Furniture, Porcelain,

carved Ivories and Bronzes, Miniatures, Snuff Boxes, and m hoc Haora. Messrs, knight, frank and rutley will SELL bv AUCTION, at their Rooms, above, on Friday, October 24, at 1 o'clock precisely. May viewed two days prior, from 10 to 5 o'clock. Catalogues the Auctioneers, 20, Han
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEARLY 100 MILES AN HOUR. MOTOR RECORDSATBROOKLANDS

NEARLY 100 MILES AN HOUR. MOTOR RECORDSATBROOKLANDS

In delightful weather with a gentle breeze blowing, Louis Coatalen began an attack on the 12 hours’ motor record at Brooklands this morning with a six-cylinder Sunbeam. The car soon go# into a pace of 97 miles an hour, and began beating record at the end of the second hour, when
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
HIBBERT“JOURNAL OCTOBER NUMBER principal contents. NOW READY. THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY. Theodore Roosevelt SO«E LAYMEN NEEDS. THE RELATION OF MYSTIC EXPERIENCE

HIBBERT“JOURNAL OCTOBER NUMBER principal contents. NOW READY. THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY. Theodore Roosevelt SO«E LAYMEN NEEDS. THE RELATION OF MYSTIC EXPERIENCE

PBI« OSOPHY. Si- Frederick Pollock. • THE FREE MAN pringl e t l. IMMORTALITY AND COMPETITION. tup significance of •* non - evidential MATERIAL in PSYCHICAL RESEARCH. Charles E. Oianne. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE EMPIRE.’ Cecil Reddle. INTERNATIONAL MORALITY. P. W. Leith Ross, TH
1 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Serious Charge Against Dundee Slater. —Robert Clark Winter, slater, 58 Lome Street, Lochee, appeared at Dundee Police Court yesterday, charged

Serious Charge Against Dundee Slater. —Robert Clark Winter, slater, 58 Lome Street, Lochee, appeared at Dundee Police Court yesterday, charged

with having in hi* house Lome Street on Monday afternoon assaulted Elizabeth M'llugh or Winter, his wife, by cutting or stabbing her on the left, wrist and head with a razor. On the motion of Mr David Dewar, procurator-fiscaL Bailie Neave remitted Winter to the Sheriff. Appeal W
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
In, N °RWEGIANS ED SCOTTISH . J s s Pecial Article.

In, N °RWEGIANS ED SCOTTISH . J s s Pecial Article.

1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Entertainments- MR SIMPSON'S SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS, SEASON 1913-1914. j THE SERIES WILL CONSIST OF FOUR CONCERTS WHICH WILL BE GIVEN IN

Entertainments- MR SIMPSON'S SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS, SEASON 1913-1914. j THE SERIES WILL CONSIST OF FOUR CONCERTS WHICH WILL BE GIVEN IN

THE KINNAIRD HALL ON MONDAY, 20th OCTOBER, THURSDAY, 11TH DECEMBER, TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY, WEDNESDAY, 18th FEBRUARY, COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK. ARTISTES:— r FIRST CONCERT— Madame tetrazzinl ASSISTED BY MISS PAOLA ST. CLAIR, MR ARTHUR BROOKE, MR FELIX FLEISCHER, JEAN GERxVRDY, Viol
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland