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Cycle and Kotor-Car Trade-

Cycle and Kotor-Car Trade-

Effect Poreirn Tarifft- The competition of Germans and French in the cycle and motor-car industries, says the " Morning Post,” i« being severe!*- fell in Birminghm and Coventry. English cycles and motor cars are practically prohibited in Germany and France farms of over 30 per c
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
OLBAHIHO 8.

OLBAHIHO 8.

Of what breed is the dog star 1-Most probably a sky terrier. An “artistic temperament*’ a man has been described as habit of borrowing and forgetting to pay. Jones; “ Man is most imperfect animal. Mrs. Jones; “You’re not, dear. As a brute y.u’re perfect!” • think it very impolit
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
FPASHfcS OF LIGHT.

FPASHfcS OF LIGHT.

FPASHfcS LIGHT. Once again, in his speech at Morley, Mr. Asquith trotted out his well-worn argument "that the Colunies which sent food would not benefit from Preference unless we taxed foreign raw materials.” Now the best answer to this is provided by the following table, showing
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
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15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
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15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
bT. JAMES’S.

bT. JAMES’S.

EOItGE ALEXANULkTTO-MC.HT, »t 8.0 iliirp. in a New Comedy. HIS HOUSE ORDER. A. W. PINLBO. Mr. . AltMiidri. Ulu lrt!»o Tuibriwli. Kor tb. Cut. u« npAgCluA. EVERY WEDNESDAY .ad r,>. office. 10.0 to 10.0. Ttl. SSOJ. OT. JAMES 8. ARRtCK. Mr. ARTHUR BODBCJUEE. VJI .iid M_. VIOLET ViN
15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TH K STANDARD.

TH K STANDARD.

DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL, jaauagiug utreiior. Ariour (VDAY. 1.40 and 7.30. CINDERELLA: Pae» mom*. Harry Harry kragao... Arthur WUUmh. Jehl Danvers. Arthur Coaqoeat. Artber Ndetona; QoeeaM Leiiwon. May do hooka. Emil/ aTilkr, Poll 10 Emery. Daisy Cord Queen and Lc Brun. the tiUer
15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE KING’S SPEECH.

THE KING’S SPEECH.

Following recent custom, tho Government will refrain from authorising tho publication of any forecast of the Speech from the Throne with which his Majesty will open Parliament on Monday. Now that the opening ceremony is performed the Monarcli in person, it would contrary to etiq
15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CRUFT DOG SHOW.

CRUFT DOG SHOW.

15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE PROVINCES, j SPORT “PASSIVE RESISTERS.” PENSIONS FOR WORKMEN. (FBOM OUE OWN A Bcsvtbt Town.—There has not been death in

THE PROVINCES, j SPORT “PASSIVE RESISTERS.” PENSIONS FOR WORKMEN. (FBOM OUE OWN A Bcsvtbt Town.—There has not been death in

the market town of Chulmkipb. Devon, f* more than seven months. Srptuag'-nansus are qi-.,, numerous, and there are not few and Ol® Acs Pensions.— Lmplo.vcce of M«wsn Hath coat and Co., laro manufacturers. Tivutoii. adopted principle a fc'-h m of old age n<>iotit. which the firm
15 February 1906 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England