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PANAMA EXHIBITION.

PANAMA EXHIBITION.

Premier Refusal of Official Recognition. The folio wins Mter ha* been received the honorary eecretary of the British committee formed in (onoection with the Panama-Pacific in reply to their request asking: the Prime Minister to receive a deputation representing influential comme
27 December 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
To the Fatheblaxd rou Crbi^tmas.

To the Fatheblaxd rou Crbi^tmas.

To the A peculiarity of the Herman colony at Christina* j tliat man} its younger meiiibcr» are mnsing. haring gone home for the festival. Some ycu:ig fellows v, are in business in Germanv take their Christman simply that they may return to the domestic roof then; and. though a t-
27 December 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SOUND ADVICE.

SOUND ADVICE.

When yon require a temporary LOAN always deal with an Old-established and Well-knoww Man. not with new Arms, who continually change names and addresses, are here to-day and eons to-morrow, but apply to Mr who has lived amongst you over years, and well known to straight-forward.
27 December 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
A VOTE OF THANKS.

A VOTE OF THANKS.

Mr. C. W. Tindall proposed com prehenbive rote thanks to Opt. Weigall. living they had had many things happen in Wainfleet during the pa*.t year, but they had never hod one more impoitunt than they had had that night. (Applam-e.) The CHAIRMAN' eaid that that Club very tnnch inde
27 December 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
duty t*> make all the effort* poodble combat it (>i|»jilattw). had riam nak the meeting |mmn a vote thank* to

duty t*> make all the effort* poodble combat it (>i|»jilattw). had riam nak the meeting |mmn a vote thank* to

l>r. for giving am* »>f tin* moat lucid expoaitiona h«* had ever heard on that any other aubjeci and their chairman (ap|»laui«e)‘ The atudy and the medieine had taken a m*w birth and new direction they hml felt new energy and vigour all through tint L'niveraity aim*** Hr. Oaler
25 December 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
NOVELTIES IN ENTERTAINMENT.

NOVELTIES IN ENTERTAINMENT.

The tea party Christmas tree for the wives and families of all ratings messed the Portsmouth Royal Naval Barracks, which is always a fixture for Boxing came off on Friday afternoon, and it proved fully enjoyable and as successful a gathering any of its predecessors. Altogether l
27 December 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HI3 EVEN 11%G NEWS; 1913.

HI3 EVEN 11%G NEWS; 1913.

27 December 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
;iery.

;iery.

27 December 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BAPTIST.

BAPTIST.

10 0 N ROAD A At 5 o’clock. Speaker: REV. W. H. CONDY, of Worcester. P.SA. Band. San key’* Hymns. All teats free. All ar© welcome. CONGREGATIONAL. Buckland congrbg ationa CHURCH. I’rescher for tomorrow, th© Pastor. REV, WM. MILES. Morning 10.45, opening chant No. 27. Evening 6.3
27 December 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO-DAY.

TO-DAY.

A correspondent to-day attention tho Admiralty grant of “about .£2oo’ to the widotr Signalm,m Pook, and complains that it insufficient unless supplemented a yearly allowance. Apparently the Admiralty regard the payment of the sum mentioned as a full settlement of their liabiliti
27 December 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England