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LORD HALSBL RY AT SIDMOUTH.

LORD HALSBL RY AT SIDMOUTH.

Lord lialsbury. the late Lord Chancellor, speaking at Sidmouth. Devonshire, yesterday, said that on the Fiscal question he was a Chamberlainito—(cheers)—for Mr. Chamberlain ; nay, ho was something more, be was a Chamberlainite before Mr. Chamberlain (cheers).
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CHELSEA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.

CHELSEA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.

The annual Christmas tea to the inmates of the Chelsea Hospital for Women took place yesterday afternoon, and a very pleasant function. The funds were provided by the Ladies' Committee, which takes a keen interest in the welfare of the institution, and In the gaily decorated war
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FATAL ORANGES.

FATAL ORANGES.

At an inquest held at Cmdley Heath yesterday by the South Staffordshire coroner respecting the death of William Tibbetts, an elderly man, it VMS shown that deceased, while doing some Christmas shoppinz, trod on something slippery, believed to be orange peel, and fell down, injur
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FROM THE "LONDON GAZETTE." RECEIVING OEDERS--DEC. 16.

FROM THE "LONDON GAZETTE." RECEIVING OEDERS--DEC. 16.

FROM THE "LONDON GAZETTE." OEDERS--DEC. 16. LONDON.—A. Feldelsen, 3. Shepherd-street. Mayfair. provision merchant— S Hart, 74. Godolphin-road, Shepherds-bush. clerk—G. Smith, 91. Milton-avenue, East Ham builder. COIINTILY.—J. S. Powell, Glamorgan, confectioner—M. Evans. Trine. He
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DALSTON THEATER

DALSTON THEATER

In lieu of pantomime the patrons here have been regaled with a sentation of the musical pleM Orchid, by Mr. George Dance's company. It is an amusing piece of light farcical comedy, with the added attractions of Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monetton's and pretty music. ' These foatures
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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UNDER THE POST OFFICE.

UNDER THE POST OFFICE.

It is estimate( ' , at 36,1500 women and girls are in the employ of the Postmacter-General, and about 140 Post Offices are managed by women. A sure means of earning a livelihood can be obtained by entering the Civil Serrice. Briefly summarised, the advantages of the Civil Servic
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWS. THE OLD YEAR & THE NEW.

LLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWS. THE OLD YEAR & THE NEW.

Beware "of false assumptions. selected 'statistics, and reckless promises." This is the wise note for the New Year sounded by the Premier. The warning applies not merely to one political phase, but all round alike—in politics, home affairs, and our international relations. It is
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A SCOTTISH NIGHT IN LONDON.

A SCOTTISH NIGHT IN LONDON.

In a spirit of "Here's to the year that's awe" Scottish folk in London assembled at the Bishopegate Institute last night to hear songs and see dances of their homeland. The part-songs of an excellently trained mixed choir were supplemented by solos from Miss Maude Elliott, Mr. A
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GARDEN ING HINTS AND LESSi•NS. Br WILLIAM MABLIII. ONZENNOI7BI LANTious.

GARDEN ING HINTS AND LESSi•NS. Br WILLIAM MABLIII. ONZENNOI7BI LANTious.

GARDEN ING HINTS AND LESSi•NS. Br WILLIAM ONZENNOI7BI LANTious. LIMANMI produce Verbena - like blooms with an agreeable frograueo. the eoloure varying from bright red, orangerow, to salmon, he. Tahca altogether, the group may be described as very desirable an I somewhat out of th
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VIGETAIILES.

VIGETAIILES.

LAND PINTAILATION for the vegetable crops brooks:b.:llrtber de:ey. The uninitiated pre too prone to imagine that if ground is manured and turned up before seeds or plants comm:tted to It eNerything desirable or necessary luta been done. A few thoughts as to the conditions necess
31 December 1905 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England