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After the holiday season naturally nearly almost every team turned to active football with rest. At the Association game all the League clubs, Ist and 2nd Division, were engaged, and although there were several undecided matches, Sheffield United recovered from their surprising
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEATH OP SIB JAMES PAGET.

DEATH OP SIB JAMES PAGET.

regret to announce tfao death of the eminent surgeon. Sir James Paget, which took pi at 5. Park-aqnare West, Regent's Park, N.V 10 o’clock on Saturday night. He had been agfor about two years, and the death ted to senile decay, accelerated chill esn^-, a or two ago. He had been
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER.

SEPTEMBER.

X. Queen'a train it* way to Balmoral (topped twice between Aberdeen and Ballater owing to failure of brakes. Mr. Ohemberlain published the text the Boer aMernn- Men proposal, and of hi* reply thereto. 4. Seamen's mid •remen's strike oommenoed. 6. Transeaal; Army Oorpe warned. 6.
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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Ao/kß.—On the alt., at 22, Ettßiamta-gardraa, 8.W., the wife of the Hon. Franoie Agat. AariAt.—On the ait., 5, Bouifield-road, HnHzoen S.K., the wife of Frank P. Aetler, Etq. SnoßSS.— the 29th alt., at Huretbourne, Eeher, the wile Charlee Tatham Shoree, Eeq. Taizxr.—On the ult.,
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BUT THE MOST REMARKABLE FEATURE

BUT THE MOST REMARKABLE FEATURE

is that, in addition its merits as a HOUSEHOLD BOOK OP REFERENCE, each copy contains Coupons entitling EVERY PURCHASER to the following advantages Absolutely Free fob Nothing : It is particularly desired to emphasize that EVERY purchaser is entitled to these gifts, they are not
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOW GUNS REACH THE TRAN 3YAAL.

HOW GUNS REACH THE TRAN 3YAAL.

A Central News telegram from C ipe Town, dated December 28, says:—A dispatch f; om Lorenqo Marques to the “Cape Argus” gives farther proof the systematic manner in which gr and other contraband of war are being sent i- the Transvaal by that route despite all Portu assertions to
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALBERT HALL.

ALBERT HALL.

The Musical and Dramatic Association which was formed last winter in connection with Oxford House, Bethnal-green, with the view of providing good entertainments at the East-end, at low rates of admission, from time to time emerges from its chosen sphere in order to obtain furthe
01 January 1900 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE TRANSVAAL WAR.

THE TRANSVAAL WAR.

,fTHE TRANVA'AL WMAR'.| a it o- me( mog Ti Dein 'jmREPORTE~D FIGHTING AT1 UN Ona .UIi~1Ni .ma l.n th- ties / lan use tioi 3rd bo0, ier RUMIOURED HEAVY1 BRITISH -t ~hs' of I h;.LOSSz k arei the ?? _ :mea an .yen' the tam~f hc SUCCESSFUL SORTIE FROM tbi ant . nat all, LADYSMITH. Ba
01 January 1900 - Northern Echo - Darlington, Durham, England
 
THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

The Marquis of Nornsanby has recently offered for sale to the Trustees of the National Portrait Gallery two portraits, one of Charles 1., by Mytens, the ether of Henrietta Maria, painted in the school of Vandyek. Mr. H. L. Bischoffsheim has intimated to Viscount Peel, chairman o
01 January 1900 - Evening Mail - London, London, England