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SUPREME IN STYLE AND VALUE.

SUPREME IN STYLE AND VALUE.

THESE world-famed Portsmouth-made Corsets are modelled on the leading fashions of the day. thus permitting the mode ot the moment to be presented in its most attractive form. All Iwilht Corsets are made with the exclusive Jwil fit-Spiral steels !ch unrustable. practically unbrea
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
No Forced Dissolution

No Forced Dissolution

If the Labour Ministry, instead of settling to a. practical programme, goes off at the revolutionary end and plunges for an earlv and spectacular dissolution, it will not be" enabled to dissolve. Constitutionally. since its members are less than third of the House, it cannot cla
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Shanklin.

Shanklin.

THE BARNARDO HOMES.—In aid of Dr. Barnardo’s Homes, a special matinee performance was given at the Playhouse on Tuesday afternoon. Animated pictures were shown of the progress of the work of the Homes. Major A. A. S. Barnes presided, and an address was given Mr. W. Fuller. A sil
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ONE OF THE SUBMERGED

ONE OF THE SUBMERGED

Aged Man Takes Leave of a Life That lie Finds a Misery. *' My life is a misery to me. I cannot work; 1 feel miserable. Good-bye to all. Hou have been good to me.” This was the letter left by William Samuel Kingston, aged 60, landscape gardener, of Hampton mil, wboin verdict ” Su
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
tartics, has an object in view full well that there arc

tartics, has an object in view full well that there arc

tartics, has object in view full well that there arc Hp: knows many Atheists in each political party. He also knows that neither Labour, Liberal, nor Tory Party believe in the vile stuff of which writes. But hope, and writes for that end. that the great majority of his readers wi
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
No Difficulty In-] Choosing Presents

No Difficulty In-] Choosing Presents

No Difficulty - ] Choosing Presents at the drapery bazaar. WALK ROUND THE 34 DEPARTMENTS WILL SOON HELP TOU TO YOUR LISL Children's Real * TAN NAPPA GLOVES in dark *had€s. 0./ l 1 i Pair -■ 1-2 LADIES’ Strong NAPPA GAUNTLET GLOVES, strip wrist. Heavy SCOTCH KNITT GLOVE with Astra
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
His NEW YORK PASTORATE

His NEW YORK PASTORATE

The “Christian World" to-day received news of the death in Surrey at ten o clock this morning, of Dr. J. li> Jowctt, the world famous preacher. London, Wednesday. Dr. .Towett was the well-known Congrogationalist who was President of the Free Church Council in 1910. was minister
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
E.N. DEPOT v. R.G.A

E.N. DEPOT v. R.G.A

There was very meagre attendance for this match the Pitt Street Ground this afternoon. The bad the best of the opening exchanges, and Waterhouse netted hut was offside. Several promising rushes were put the Gunners, Lieut. Pieton firing the leather over the bar from few vards ou
19 December 1923 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LANCASHIRE TALE, TOLD IN LANCASHIRE FASHION BY LANCASHIRE FOLK.

LANCASHIRE TALE, TOLD IN LANCASHIRE FASHION BY LANCASHIRE FOLK.

human story with plenty of laughter, a little thos, and a lesson we can all take to heart.
16 June 1923 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England