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SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
September 25, 1912.
Laurie Scotch Whisky
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AGENTS-
SCRASE, SOUTHAMPTON.
Telegrams :—" SCRASE," SOUTHAMPTON. Telephone No. 241.
V. W. SIMS & Co.,
fe. ' . .. '' / •
Watchmakers, Jewellers & Opticians,
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^7, East Street, -Southampton.
^ All Kinds of Repairs executed
on the Premises.
SPRUDEL SALZ
OR
LIVER SALT.
A Saline Aperient, specially useful for diseases of the
:: LIVER, KIDNEYS and STOMACH. ::
I A natural diuretic aperient which has been produced from I an analysis of the more important Continental Aperient, Springs, and presented in a condensed and convenient form.
J^9*is Salt, taken daily, promotes a healthy Liver,-will relieve; the pains of Gout and Rheumatism, and tend to keep the system free therefrom, as well as from most uric acid troubles.
In Bottles containing from 30 to 40 doses
______ 1s, PER BOTTLE, or
6 BOTTLES FOR 5s.
W. BATES & Co., Ltd
Chemists, Opticians & Surgical Mechanicians, 50 OXFORD ST., , • .
147 above bar, Southampton.
9 BEVOIS HILL. ) ^
and at 96 high Street Shirley.
London & South Western Railway.
GROCERY EXHIBITION. &c. CHEAP HALF-DAY TRIP
LOND0N--3/;
On Wednesday, 25th Septembc
Swaythrmn
From SOl'THAMi'TOX (PocksStation) p.m., Xortham 1.28. Si. Denis 1.36, Kastleigh 1 4^, Shawford.
% & Arrive Waterloo ab.
DAY TRIP
From SOl'THASII'TOX WEST g.,8 a.m.. Millbrook 9.14. Red bridge y. 10, Triton q.% I.vndhurst Road <>.o (4/6). Bcaulieu Road 8.54 (4/9); return from Waterloo 12.5 midnight.
Bookings also from Net ley Line, Brockenliursl, Lymington, &e. For full particular's, see bills.
NEWBURY RACES,
September 27th and 28th. SPECIALTRAINto NEWBURY
(RACECOURSE STATION).
om SOUTHAMPTON" (Docks Station) PFTIIPN FA PI-
a.m.. Xonhao, (FARKS, ,^t 0 . IUKI^ IAKL
jrd 4/6). Si. Denvs 11.29 (ist 8 6 3rd 4/3), Children over .1 anil
Eastleigh 11.39 (ist 7/6, 3rd'3 9), Shawford under 12 >•»«*
"^V'r'l 6 ril 3^'*; r,'turn lrain 5'° P m- SIXPENCE.
TICKETS ON BOARD ONLY.
Daily Marine Excursions from Royal Pier, Southampton, (Sundays included). By th<» Pleasure Steamer
"ALLEYN"
t ^jiVeather and circumstances permitting).
I Leaving Royal Pi6r Daily qt 8.40 a.m. ^or South sea DIRECT, every Monday ; and 'I hursday, returning from Southsea 7 p.m., every Tuesday and Friday, 1 returning from Soulhsea 6.15 p.m., every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, returning from Southsea 8 p.m.,
GIVING A-
LONG DAY AT
SOUTHSEA
9d.
Including Southsea
Birmingham Great Onion Fair.
On Saturday, September 28th, EXCURSION TO
BIRMINGHAM
From SOUTH AM I'TOX (Dock* and West Stations), Redbridge, Lyndhurst Road, Beaulieu Road, Xortham, St. Denys, Swavthling. Fast-leigh, &c., Ibr j or 4 day*. Farm 9)6. For times, and other particulars, see bills.
II. A. WAI.KKK.
General Manager.
Every Monday and Thursday, leaving Royal Pier 8.40 a.m. - Southsoa, Rydo. Cowes. and Alum a.'y. Return Fare—Southsea 9d. Rvde,
Cowes, Alum Bay 1/6.
Every Tuesday and Friday, leaving Royal Pier H.40 a.m.—Soulhtaa and Covwom. Return
Fare -Southsea 9d. Cowes 1/6.
Every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, leaving the Royal Pier 8.40a.m.—Southsea, Sea-View and Rydo Return Fare—Southsra 9d. Sea-
View and Ryde 1/6.
Week-end Tickets issued from Southampton, Saturday* for Soulhsea. Sea \ iew and Ryde, available lor return on Saturday, Sunday, or
Manager R. R. COLLARD.
HAMPSHIRE BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION.
R RALLY
2,500 Boy Scouts
OF HAMPSHIRE,
-Wil l. IIK HkLI> os TIIK —
County Cricket Ground,
SOUTHAMPTON,
On Wednesday, OCT. 2nd. 1912,
From 2 to 7 p.m.
Great Circular Rally round the Chief Scout,
LT.-GENL. SIR ROBERT
BADEN-POWELL,
K.C.B.. K.C.V.O.. LLD.. F.R.G.S.
DISPLAYS & COMPLTn ONS
By the Various District Associations.
Band of the 5th Hants Ijegt.
Admission * - 6d. Grand Stand (including admission) 2 6
SOirniAMPTO),
Tickets and further information from I . j. I'AT.MOKK.1
Organizing Sec.,
Solent House. Lymington.
•Why don't yuu make your wife mi allow auc." I did Once, and she #peul it latere I could bor-
houlil like to ir
mi Youih Ye*. X Mippo*e.------------
hard to hit tjifw It tile bird*!"
Shortly alter the reiurn nt the Atlantic Fleet ko na\al officers were lalkinc- about their wives. Naturally, they used. nautical term-. "What n ar little crati vou'r w(fe is'" >ai.l the 'Dear and lull* did you say? She is dear all —. but there is notliuip lid
President:
II.R.H. THE PRINCESS LOUISE. DUCHESS OF ARGYLL.
Chairman of Committee :
COLONEL E. BANCE. V.D., D.L. J.P. Hon. Secretary: LIEUT.-COLONEL TWISS, SI. John,. Sboling.
Classes Starting in Autumn, 1912.
Hon. Lecturer ; Liki r.- I OWXKI. Twiss. .
Fee, 2s. Od. Book, Is. Woolston, Alma Road Schools.
MEN'S FIRST AID. October 7th, 7.JO p.m.
33, High Street.
LADIES' FIRST All). October 8th, 8 p.m.
Foe. 5s. ^ookZis.
33. High Street.
LADIES HOME NURSING, Oct. 8th. J. 15 p.m.
Fees to members St.J.A.B. will be is. (*|. and respectively, provided they are sent before class
I he following I lasses will also be held under Fducaiion Department.
At the Central Schools. Argyle Road. LADIES" FIRST AID. September 24th. 7 p.m. MEN'S FIRST AID. September 25th, 8 p.m. LADIES' HOME NURSING. Sept. 2Ub. 8 p.m.
At Western District Schools, Howard Rd LADIES' FIRST AIDyiep temper 27th, 8 p.m.
X.B. All cla
tan be joined at the li At least .'4 members ; iss, so come and bring y«
"Do you know, little boy. that your »Uter pr& mised to marry me at ihe party last night r" "Of course' That's whai ibe party *a>
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