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SUFFERERS FROM ASTHMA.

SUFFERERS FROM ASTHMA.

Bronchitis, Croup, and Whooping Congh will glad hear something that will give them relief. Potter's Asthma Cure, will do this. As soon as used relief will experienced, and the strain caused continual coughing relaxed. Sold all Chemists and Herbalists in tins at Is each. postcard
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE CUSTOMS REVENUE.

DUNDEE CUSTOMS REVENUE.

AN ENORMOUS INCREASE. large amount of Customs revenue collected at Dundee during the past year the tact that the liqnor trade has made a further expansion. I' the year a total sum of *£637.779 7s ki has boon reached, aa against .£600,200 10s ld collected last year—an increase of
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE WAR.1

THE WAR.1

THE WAR. 1 • . ?? LADYSMITH SIEGE J OFFICERS KILLED. THE RELIEF FORCE. ACTIVITY AT MODDER. ! POSITION IN CAPE COLONY. SORTIE FROM MAFEKING. HEAVY FIGHTING. GERMAN SHIP SEIZED. The suggestion made in this column on Friday, that, it io time for the Cabinet to associate with itself
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

?? Capt. C. F. Newland, R.A., died at his residence, The Common, Midhurst, on tho 27t!i uit., in his Slith ytar. He entered the Navy in IS3I, received hii commission aa lieu- : tenant in 183S, and aa senior lieutenant or" tho Spiteful served during an expedition conducted in .Ju
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE NATION AND THE WAR.. «.

THE NATION AND THE WAR.. «.

THE NATION AND THE WAR. «. Day of Humiliation. Sir Edward Clarke, Q.C, M.P., writing to the Rev. G. B. Berry, vicar ot Emmanuel Compton, near Plymouth, on the subject of a suggested day of humiliation, says : "I am very sorry to have to say that I think in the present temper of t
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS. I

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS. I

RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR 1899. The Bank of England ofiicial rate of discount has been altered on six occasions during the past year. On January 19 it was reduced from 4 per cent., at which it had stood since October 13, 1898, to 3i per cent., the total reserve then standing at £22
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE POSITION THE COMPANY. STATEsWENT THE MANA&E3. [TO E81T93 T3« " EVS?CIX3 NEW 3."] North End. Dec., 1839. Sin. —Id

THE POSITION THE COMPANY. STATEsWENT THE MANA&E3. [TO E81T93 T3« " EVS?CIX3 NEW 3."] North End. Dec., 1839. Sin. —Id

yonr leader this evening comment the (quotation in the letter from tct Town Clerk being '"Tramway Undertal.iaij' instead twin- the terms of tee Act" Tramway; and Undertaking's." present dilemma arises from the members of tli* Council been misled throughout similar misquotations
01 January 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FRENCH'S VICTORY.

FRENCH'S VICTORY.

SPECIAL NEWS" OFFICE, 6 ; ' i MOTHER EXPECTED, ADVANCING. ! BRITISH THE DEFENSIVE. DRIVING THE! BACK. PREPARING NATAL FOR FIGHT. NERVES AGAIN, iili i. f y*.-.'AQrtite3 ]S"T.3 from General French that the Peers Nave ieit their entrenched pc-sition l!tnsbnrg, tli-. ir communicatio
01 January 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPORT.

GOSPORT.

a.\ Ei-»VotixTr.is.—The funeral took Ann's* -who resit;?d at Gcsport. The deceased for a number jewr.-* was Messrs. Camper and bnipbaiiding Yard, and those at the sicie representing the tirra were Messrs. li. Nicholson, J. F., ii. W. C. Mcdoisou, A. were was in the L»cspcrt Volu
01 January 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

TO-DAY'S MARKETS.

Owing to .v-\f most suspended uuir*. id prices tor nominal:? hj. cofieo call a Linseed or. 3d. oil, 23u. 3d. 535. an'i a., Articles remain .'.z present tils change in value. feeling rasrxet. American quotations •:i and corn cause Arrivals :—tin.z.isli Wheat, i.-u2 malt. 7.140: m
01 January 1900 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England