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YOU WILL FEEL A 1

YOU WILL FEEL A 1

—to ponular expression—whan yon hare experienced the influence of ikeohnm’s Pills over stomach and troubles. Many man woman who has been led to try them, while still sceptical to their value, has clisoorerod with groat delight that they hare a wonderfully beneficent effect. So i
29 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Arees oi Cartnartlienshir*, record da,yß the teibuiteuri«a the Wye, disastrous ones on the bleak waters of the Towy, excursions to

Arees oi Cartnartlienshir*, record da,yß the teibuiteuri«a the Wye, disastrous ones on the bleak waters of the Towy, excursions to

distant streams of mysterious promise, struggles in low water on the sunny Tamar, bleak days and frost? nights on the streams the Dee, ail adding store of health for the angler and abundance stones for hie friends. It only the absence of river life that A early trout is at fault
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

At Holbom Hall the closing scores last night were: Inman (in play), 16,b02; Reece, o,h2i). Inman leads by 6,082, and is in play with .an unfinished 83. The closing scores at Leicester-souaro were Peall. 12,633; Cook {in play), 0,929.
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LOBBY GOSSIP. GOVERNMENT AND THE ADULT SURERAGE BILL.

LOBBY GOSSIP. GOVERNMENT AND THE ADULT SURERAGE BILL.

30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A COUNTESS’S JEWELS.

A COUNTESS’S JEWELS.

CUKIOUS SEQDEL TO LOSS AND RECOVERY. Some stir has been caused in Society circles at Bada Pesth by a curious affair, following the mysterious disappearance of jewels belonging to the Countess Sz-cchenyi (nee Gladys Vanderbilt). Some weeks ago (says the Central News) the Countess
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS

STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS

WORK RESUMED AT CHIRK. The Brynkinatlt miners, near Chirk, reft-umed to work to-day after yesterday's temporary 'Stoppage. SHOT BY BURG I!. Air. Philip Thomas, a prominent Cardiff merchant early this morning, was shot in the leg escaping burglar, who also fired the police.
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHESS. EDITED BY O. C. MULLER. The International Tournament San Sotosiian was, after all. not won by Spielmann, but by

CHESS. EDITED BY O. C. MULLER. The International Tournament San Sotosiian was, after all. not won by Spielmann, but by

Bubinstein, ©cored points, mann and Ntemzowitsdi sharing tie second and third prizes with 12 points each to their credit, the fourth prize-winner Icing Dr. Tarraach, pointe. Dr. Pexlis scored 10 Marshall 9i. Dura? Bi. Bchlediter and Tcidimann 8 each, and Leonhardt 5 pointe. Dr.
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TONICS AND COLD BATHS

TONICS AND COLD BATHS

As lor restoration. Dr. Gillies considers that helpful, simple tonics, especially the better preparations iron, are in certain cases most valuable, and he always commends a cold dip bath in the morning. He also makes it a rule in all cases of neurasthenia of long standing to cle
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HATS FOR CHILDREN.

HATS FOR CHILDREN.

Some very novel hats for small arc made in black tagel, lined under the brim with blue satin, and draped round the crown w;tti pale blue satin sash ribbon, tied in a big bow with upright loops at the back. The ribbon which drapes the crown drawn througa wreaths small pink roses
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

I SALES PRIVATE COh. LET or WASTED, TUAOT, MIbCEi.LAM-ODS WASTS. I LOST or FOUND, 4c., &c. Special Low ihite of Is. (id. for three lines—equal to two la. fcd. 'These auuonncemouU
30 March 1912 - Globe - London, London, England