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THZ CA1:781 OP TEX OIITBRZAL.

THZ CA1:781 OP TEX OIITBRZAL.

'An account' of the start of the fire was given by George Sandal, assistant window dresser. He said he was in the fancy goods window getting a Venetian necklace for a lady. To get it he had to lean over the stock, which was in front of the window. He had just taken hold of a nec
05 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
Picture Post Cards

Picture Post Cards

Largest and most varied stock in the district.
05 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
THE CZAR'S HOMECOMING.

THE CZAR'S HOMECOMING.

A strange story of how the Czar returned to Russia after bis visit to Italy is told by Mr. J. Lancia in the "Jewish World." At every few pades on either side of the railway lino stood a soldier with bayonet fized to his gun. At every level crossing there was a military encampmen
05 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
QTRAW BERRY PLANTS, ' Royal Sovereign,' strong, Is. per 100; White Wyandotte Ego, pedigree, Winter 'Avery, large brora egg, as.

QTRAW BERRY PLANTS, ' Royal Sovereign,' strong, Is. per 100; White Wyandotte Ego, pedigree, Winter 'Avery, large brora egg, as.

61 Sitting —Poultry Farm, R.iwyera,'Petera. 8744 THE MISSES HINGE beg to inform the residents of Peterefleld that they will open Dreitemaking Business at the address below. on Janlittry 17 11, when all orders will receive prom pt attention. Costumes a speciality.-54 Rushes road,
05 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
ARE THE BEST. PURE MALT AND HOPS. Customers say so, and never cease wondering why people drink any other. Agent

ARE THE BEST. PURE MALT AND HOPS. Customers say so, and never cease wondering why people drink any other. Agent

for Peterslield—PßATT'S STORES, Grocer, &e., The Whore Anssy's Aks 6' Stout can Ae oh/aka its Cask or Batik. AGENTS WANT= IN ALL PLAC/iS WHICRIC NOT ILIEPPASENTICD.
26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
Letters to the Editor. Readers are requested to note that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our oorrespondenta

Letters to the Editor. Readers are requested to note that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our oorrespondenta

A UNIONIST MEETING INCIDENT. Sia,—l have been asked by a good many people why the lady who wished to ask a question at Mr. Nicholson's last meeting here on Thursday night was not permitted to do so by the Chairman. The answer is very simple. Mr. Nicholson bad invited and answere
26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
COTTAGE in Osborne Road TO LEP, Bs. per week.—Apply BALL, PAIN & GOLDSMITH, Peters&ld.

COTTAGE in Osborne Road TO LEP, Bs. per week.—Apply BALL, PAIN & GOLDSMITH, Peters&ld.

26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
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26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
XL T lbo e i s or Aid re. The es . ll bers • Seed t Pt% II yfo

XL T lbo e i s or Aid re. The es . ll bers • Seed t Pt% II yfo

h to •s 4 BisaLaro 11 .--- Elia t 2 . INSTAMMIR GAS 'MATER. A Moat Wonderful Inventi , sn. , Gives Maximum Heat .st Minimum Casts Cold Room Condortable i t e tzutee. Fite any !rind Gs. Bracket. For Nu Bitting Rooms, Drying Bolling Water, and Making Toast;!? NO EQUAL. Het one at
26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England
 
STORM-SWEPT • STEAMER. The steamer Dundonian 'has arrived in the Clyde in a disabled condition, after berths left Middlesbrough on

STORM-SWEPT • STEAMER. The steamer Dundonian 'has arrived in the Clyde in a disabled condition, after berths left Middlesbrough on

January 7 With a Okrgo of scrap iron for Philadelphia. , For some days the Dundonian had to weather fierce gales, and when 500 miles out die storm grew gradually worse, and big seas swept over the vessel. The decks were badly damaged, and the steering-gear was crippled. 8o Wild
26 January 1910 - Hants and Sussex News - Petersfield, Hampshire, England