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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

AYTON—MALLETT.—I6Ih August, at Emmanuel Church, Hampstead, the R-v. M. M. V.gcher b.A.. Jolr Cecil Clavton, 8.C.P., M.8.C.5., ouly Eon Major C. C. tlaylt n. iat. 11.g... Caroline Alice, younget daughter the laie Alfred Edgar Mallctt, of Leighton-road. N.\v. fiOLDIU —TURNER.—22nd
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LOWEST SUMMER PRICES.

LOWEST SUMMER PRICES.

KICKETT, SMITH, & Co. —Head Otfice, 40, Trinitysliairo. HC. Incorporated with lii'k’tt.Cookjrell, & Co., Ltd. Best Coal 2jS. Kitchen 225. Best Selected 26*. Nuts 21s. BeetWallscnd 265. Bright C0bb1e5...... 21s. Best 255. Hard Cobble* 20*. Derby Brights 235. Stove Coal 13s. Good
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24. 1904.

WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24. 1904.

AMUSEMENTS. PUIYSTAL PALACE. TO-DAY. CAFE CHANTANT 3.0 and 7.0. INTERNATIONAL SPURTS and FOODS EXHIBITION. FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL and CONFETTI FETE. 7.30. BROCK’S FIREWORKS EVERY THURSDAY and SATURDAY London hippodrome. Managing Director, Mr. H. E, Moss. TWICE DAILY, at 2 and 9 p.
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
GENUINE BARGAIN, close estate.—A few well-built, handsomely-finished, seven-roomed HOUSES. Large rooms. Modern drainage. Only £4OO, or down, balance under rent.

GENUINE BARGAIN, close estate.—A few well-built, handsomely-finished, seven-roomed HOUSES. Large rooms. Modern drainage. Only £4OO, or down, balance under rent.

Close rail, common, lake. Lovely neighbourhood. —Apply Ryan and Tenfold, Builders, Scuthfielda Esiate Office, Wimulcdon Park-road. S.W.. opposite Soutbfields Station.—s ANERLEY.— To be SOLD to highest bidder, without reserve, by order of executor. No. 21, SELBY-ROAD. Spacious 10
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
“The Power of the Sexes.”

“The Power of the Sexes.”

Sir, —I have read with peculiar satisfaction the remarks of your representative regarding the Power of the Sexes.” Nowadays, when so much is done towards helping the “emancipation” of women, the statement of the Secretary of Clark’s College tho question, as related by you, has r
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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BEECHAM’S Q>oe Jiohdays*

BEECHAM’S Q>oe Jiohdays*

The demand for “The Daily News" at Seaside and Country Resorts is now so great that Newsagents, Railway Bookstalls, &c., are daily being sold out. With the large daily influx of visitors, it is hardly to be wondered at thal Newsagents cannot correctly estimate the actual supply
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
EXAMINATION RESULTS.

EXAMINATION RESULTS.

The results tlie recent extiminiitioiis iinder Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board will be issued this morning. The number of candila es presenting themselves for Higher Certificate was 2, against last year; *l3 girls were candidates lor letters only. The number of Hi
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
HOW MANY PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH? WHAT IS THE AVERAGE CHURCH ATTENDANCE DO MORE WOMEN THAN MEN ATTEND CHURCH ?

HOW MANY PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH? WHAT IS THE AVERAGE CHURCH ATTENDANCE DO MORE WOMEN THAN MEN ATTEND CHURCH ?

WHAT PERCENTAGE OF LONDON’S POPULATION GO TO CHURCH ?
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Bad Attack of “ Cold Feet.”

Bad Attack of “ Cold Feet.”

Bad Attack of Cold Feet.” As a rule the Chinese sailor is a bold fellow, if he is well paid; but ours were wonderfully discreet crowd. The second night out we saw Japanese destroyer dash along at full speed. It was a grand sight this huge boat ripping through the water at a treme
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TABLE TALK.

TABLE TALK.

It must be almost worth while being La* oashire lunatic* At the meeting of the Guardians, yesterday, the deputation to the County Asylum at Winwick reported that the institution was “far too palatial for its pur. pose.” Mr. Heaton said the entertainment room was much superior to
24 August 1904 - London Daily News - London, London, England