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NEW NOVEL BY MB. EIDER HAGGARD.

NEW NOVEL BY MB. EIDER HAGGARD.

STELLA FREGELIUS: A Mystical Story of Modem Life.
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S BOOKS.

TO-DAY’S BOOKS.

Influence o* the Pre-Reformation Church on BcotUsh Place-Names.” By James Murray Mackinlay. M.A. Pp. 4M. Its. U. net William Blackweod and Bene Vampire of Sarnia” By H. H. P. Pp. 94. Is. net Alexander Gardner. Paisley. “The Orsmpy Mas Others.” By Erica. Pp. y. new The Scots Pict
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHEI UPWAEIS OF HALF A

ESTABLISHEI UPWAEIS OF HALF A

ESTABLISHEI UPWAEIS OF HALF CENTURY.
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BOATING FATALITY NEAR BRISTOL.

BOATING FATALITY NEAR BRISTOL.

News reached Bristol Saturday afternoon of a boating fatality which took place on the River Avon near Hanham Lock Good Friday. Three young men living in Bristol went for a row in the afternoon, and when approaching the lock he boat overturned and the occupants were thrown into t
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Branch ton H. and A.C. yardi handlnan. won '•-» d Hnrriera 02). in handicap, which H. Nolan. JW, won in

Branch ton H. and A.C. yardi handlnan. won '•-» d Hnrriera 02). in handicap, which H. Nolan. JW, won in

52 Mace.; and A. Ingham, Junior, Salford U 2-sccc-, were aleo Included. GOLF. Success of the Amateur Champion. . jn**™ »»» * KpmentMiTS Held of Rtarter* for “* meetine of the Honourable Compear of Sdiabardi Golf ere, which weehelaM Muirflela on SetnnUr in breeiy weather. Robert
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. A T GKAMMAU SCHOOL (Est. iSll), ■el A. a:.'..'? Lorn Commercial training h’-eiuJ iaandras* and books. Reduction

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. A T GKAMMAU SCHOOL (Est. iSll), ■el A. a:.'..'? Lorn Commercial training h’-eiuJ iaandras* and books. Reduction

for brothers. P tratory Depiunjeal. P'ay ug fields seres. Healthy locality. B.acng air. soil. 200*t. above sea M;lk. etc., from own fa-ra. Diet best and uuPmitcd. Ccversd playground, .:t mirig Cr.ctet, tennis, ftsb.cg workshops, gymnastum. 'spcclus.—Address Dr. CLARK. jh-CKAVEN
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DUKE OF YOKE’S THEATRE.—and Manager, Charles Frokman.—EVEßY EVENING, at 9, CHARLES preserus HI.-s EXCELT.ENCY THE GOVERNOR. hy R. Marshall. Preceded,

DUKE OF YOKE’S THEATRE.—and Manager, Charles Frokman.—EVEßY EVENING, at 9, CHARLES preserus HI.-s EXCELT.ENCY THE GOVERNOR. hy R. Marshall. Preceded,

at 1.30, Miss N-f!ie Gfurthnny, !n her Musical Monologue. MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, 2.30. Box-office, 10 to 10.
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
OF W ALES S.—Lessee and Manager, Mr. Frank Curzon. and CHARLES PEOHiIAN’S Company. TO NIGHT, I. THE SCHOOL GIRL. THE

OF W ALES S.—Lessee and Manager, Mr. Frank Curzon. and CHARLES PEOHiIAN’S Company. TO NIGHT, I. THE SCHOOL GIRL. THE

DARLING GUARDS. LAST Pi.. .. SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY (Easter Monday), at 1. Lyiuc theatre. Under iht* of Ur. Tom B. Darla. Mr, GliOEl'.E SEASON. and EVERY EVENING, at 8.0, lIN EVEIIY WEDNE-OAV. 2.0, 'iiL& D.vNIZIC.
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
INO'S THEATRE.-THE ELECTRIC MAN, ’Phone 119 Hamraersciith.—TO-DAY, 2 and S, and NIGHTLY, at 8. MATINEE THURSDAY, 2.38. First production of

INO'S THEATRE.-THE ELECTRIC MAN, ’Phone 119 Hamraersciith.—TO-DAY, 2 and S, and NIGHTLY, at 8. MATINEE THURSDAY, 2.38. First production of

Lew Farce Oomedy. TUB ELECTRIC MAN. Haniwn. Full West-end Company. nightly ” THE ODD GIRL.” new Play on© act, by Hope Merrick. Usual Pricoa. £J. ss.
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CHURCH ARMY "EGG SUNDAY.”

CHURCH ARMY "EGG SUNDAY.”

There are Easter eggs and eggs at Easter. It is with the latter that the Rev. W. Carlile’s Egg Sunday,” in his church at St. Mary-at- Hill, is concerned. Persons are invited to bring eggs, and these are given to the poorwho are, of course, the very poor. the eggs are boiled befo
04 April 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England