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T WO small BLOC-KS of RESIDENTIAL MANSIONS for SALE.—A splendid permanent Investment.— Principals only to Mr. John A. Ulllkaight, A.K.LB.A.,

T WO small BLOC-KS of RESIDENTIAL MANSIONS for SALE.—A splendid permanent Investment.— Principals only to Mr. John A. Ulllkaight, A.K.LB.A.,

Architect. 21. Clod', man-street. E.C. —* * CEOUCU-KKU. PAKK CUAPELr-Bew. Alfred D.JD.. 1J..8 , i>.A., and kaO. -ntINITY CUUKCUTtnncwail-fx»d—Dr. COLUMBIA Grand Concert GRAPHORITONE. new. 10 large reonrda. Bargatn. £• KK; cost £lk Been appomimenl.—Nobba. 60. Baraalrary. London.
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MR. LONG S ADVANTAGE.

MR. LONG S ADVANTAGE.

Bnt what was Mr. Long’s (Mr Asquith) was sorry to say that it was very formidable one. and one to which was not easy to make a rejoinder. Mr. I/ong said; It all very well to §av von represent the opinion London in this matter. But into the division lobbies, where you will find f
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ME. BRODRICK & LORD ROBERTS

ME. BRODRICK & LORD ROBERTS

Mr. Brodrick, the Secretary of State for War, paid a visit Edinburgh yesterday in tiou with the annual conference of the National Union of Conservative Associations for Scotland. The conference was held Queen-Street Hall, partly in private and partly in public, under the preside
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
irpeciaJ to on® •elected painter. Last Jan nary, will rememberfd. this was Claude, smaller landscapes filled Room 11., while larger

irpeciaJ to on® •elected painter. Last Jan nary, will rememberfd. this was Claude, smaller landscapes filled Room 11., while larger

examples were to bo found in the Great Gallerv. believe that at the forthcoming exhibition the selected painter will Cuyp, and that once more shall have illustration of the extra- ; ordinary wealth of England in the works of masters of the Dutch school. will hold the second room
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
FRENCH LAW FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE.

FRENCH LAW FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE.

Manual of French Law. anil Commcrclul Infer nation.” By H. Cleveland-Cost. B.A. Price os. net. Brentano, 37. Avenue n< I Opera, Slmpkio, .Marshall, and Co., London. This is most useful manual tor English men of business, and for pupils the technical institutions which foreign ri
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
FASHION NOTES.

FASHION NOTES.

THE EVENING SACQUE.
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
THE DRINKING OF BRANDY.

THE DRINKING OF BRANDY.

Mrs. Marsh, recalled, was further questioned Mr. Bodkin as to the circumstances immediately preceding her daughter’s death. At one o’clock in the morning, when Jessie Toon, the nurse, was relieved by the witness and the prisoner, the latter brought some brandy in pony glass, and
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

Ketch Eustace, West Hartlepool, from Redbridge for Newcastle, railway metals, went ashore Copt Point. Folkestone, this morning. Crew lande<f—Folkestone. Dec. 5. British steamer Lido, from went aground high water off Fatouville. Tug will sent next tide —Havre* Deo. 5. German stea
06 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

piRYSTAL PALACE.—Six o'clock Promenade, Caf* Chanunt. 4.0 and 8.0. Military Band. Skating (Lower Biok), Table Teonls, etc., dally. , SATURDAY CONCERTS—Next Saturday, at 5.M. C. P. Choir and .Amateur Orchestra Concert. Vocalist. Misa Helen Jaxon; Conductor. Mr. Walter W. Iledgcoc
04 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Dec. B.—CALVERT’S RECITAL

Dec. B.—CALVERT’S RECITAL

Dec. i3.-ER.VKD CONCERTS
04 December 1902 - London Daily News - London, London, England