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15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

sRGLES—RIPLEY—Utk inst., at Bt. Maik s Church. SnrWu. the Kev. P. lie Qnmcey Marsh. Leslie Argles, -i tighutit. Kent, to Alice, third daughter of J. Aathony Ripley. Esq . of Lockley-, Surbiton. JOLLVE.—Ilih Jan., Holy Trinity, Rudgwick, Si'-—*, the Rev. A. L. Juke*. Rector We-t
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

T, NG Jan . Mrs William Banting, ef 57. Campdewbdl road. . and if Thanet Lodge. Broad'lairs, Kent, in ner 73rd year. —llth Jan . at his son » resilience. 14. Terrapin road George Beeson, late of and Tooley aireet, ELL.—loth Jan., at 45. Chorch road. Richmond. Sarny. Laura Jones
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
A DELPHI THEATRE.

A DELPHI THEATRE.

DELPHI THEATRE. TO-NIGHT, at A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM M»<»e* Lily Brartaw. Nila Pardon. Frances Dillon. Barton RoberUon. Martin. Jame*. Hornsby, and Parkina (Kar A ache. W. Hampden. L. Swete, Brrdone. C. Ro. k. Ilignett Penny Kitts. Sou per Orimwood Porter os*ll. UHKE YORK'S THEA
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL.

Our Paris Correspondont says that the candidates for the French Presidency will be nominated the Luxembourg to-morrow. The final roting takes place at Versailles Wednesday. (Page 12.) Some outline of the method of procedure at the Algeciras Conference which meets tomorrow is giy
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DETERMINATION AT NORWOOD.

DETERMINATION AT NORWOOD.

There seems to be every probability of a significant victory for Liberalism and Free Trade in Norwood, which is fortunate in possessing a stalwart Liberal candidate in Mr. N. W. Hubbard. important factor is the retirement of Sir C. E. Tritton, who was returned unopposed in 1900,
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Mr. Lloyd-Georgc’s Nominations.

Mr. Lloyd-Georgc’s Nominations.

For the first time since he entered Parliament nearly sixteen years ago Mr. Lloyd-George has been nominated by Unionists! One of the nomi nation papers of the President of the Board of Trade Saturday was signed exclusively by Unionists, headed by the Lord Lieutenant of the count
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Orici t Unfortunate.

Orici t Unfortunate.

Chesterfield were fortunate in escaping defeat at Hmnerton. The Orient were pressing for three pairs the time, and on many occasions they experienced hard luck. In the first half it was tussle between the Orient forwards and the Chesterfield defence, and Cope in goal dis tinguis
15 January 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England