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THE COLLECTOR

THE COLLECTOR

(VOLUMES I. and II.), CONTATNINO ARTICLES AND ILLUSTRATIONS, REPRINTED FROM THE QUEEN NEWSPAPER, OF INTEREST TO THE GREAT BODY OF COLLECTORS China, Engravings, Needlework Pictures and Embroidery, Lace, Old Sliver, Pewter, Old Books and Prints, &c. EDITED BY OP TEI QUEEN," EVERY
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
JOHN BARKER & CO.!T,

JOHN BARKER & CO.!T,

=Recitalists - TEA-GOWNS WRAPS, and DRESSING GOWNS , ..t Smart Tea-Gown '•• , i Price /9 EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. 7he Model illustrated is one of elegant design at an extremely low price. Made of good quality Nun's Veiling. il and smartly trimmed with frills of I,aee. collar and cults
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
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I in Fran , ioft-OD 31111011. the driskted by HIM dom.*, coot. the feminine mt. of the berme free by Itr. lilt and mother-lye forsordel S•r. For ottor.curee the small hal IS a lily bad Mdet ton :tattoo h I commended. Ifeauttul make the turbot. beat' blabs, rpm is. sic
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN, TILE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

THE QUEEN, TILE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

proprietor. Visitors, especially frequenters of the mor e expensive bars attached to big hotels and restaurants, will often "treat" the barmaid, who accepts the drink more fur "thee good of the house" than for her own personal enjoyment. If this foolish, senseless custom were pr
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S HALL ORCHESTRA.

QUEEN'S HALL ORCHESTRA.

A interesting selection of works obtained • hearing at the Queered flail Symphony Concert on Saturday last, prominent among them being • little known Symphony by Mozart, a work in G 'WOW% written when he was only seventeen, and which is scored fur oboes, baseoun% four horns, and
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
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0 "Florio." a play in by Theodore de ilk. wa, produced for the first time on at thc Odeon Theatre. where it aill lie givimi altethateiy eitli "La Faute de l'Abb6 :tlouret." 00.4- Tho annual dog show will opeii on May 17. and will IN• held, as usual, in tho Tuderioa Gardeiv. }kr l
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

March 28. 1907. TEE BOAT RACE. in which she has always taken the greatest possible interest. This Twn Oxford and Cambridge University crews this year attracted sailors rest has proved an incalculable boon to the crews of the a deal of attention, more especially on account of the
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
March 23, 1907.

March 23, 1907.

23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
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} ())V Di By E. M. HARTING. preferring to build in crevices of rock, cliffs, quarries, hollow trees, and even rabbit burrows. In the wooden spire. of old Kingsbury Church some young stockdoves were hatched, and mysteriously disappeared just as they were ready to fly. Nest after n
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND QUERIES.

NOTES AND QUERIES.

4:REV SQl' I RRELS.—Supposing the squirrel seen by F. bf. 8. of Leighton Buzsnril was nut an English sqiurrel In winter dress, there can, 1 think, be little doubt that it was a stray American squirrel from Woburn Abbey. Some grey squirrels turned out last year by Mr W. H. St. Qu
23 March 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England