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SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
September 4, 1912
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Local Business Directory.
Auctioneers.
DAVIE* Jk WEBB, Auotioneere, Valuer*, House A Estate Agents, 161, High Street, Southampton. Tel. No. 1*9* ■ranch Office 1 Lyntfhurst, Hew Forest.
FRANK LANE,
House, Land, and Estate Agent,
/ * y_*M, Shirley Road.
Bargain.
95 Inch Longoloth 4/11 dozen yards, post free, exceptional value, usual price •Jd. yard, money willingly refunded unless utter satisfaction Is given. Write for patterns. J. GENTLE, 26 and 27, High Street, Newport, I.W.
Bootmakers.
H. JOLLIFFE AND SONS, Gheapslde, Cowes. Visitors re-shod with all the Hoted Makers Boots and Shoes— " Jagers," " Footform," " Bectlve," "K," " Clarkes," "-Eclectic," "Fltall," "Portland," etc. REPAIRS EXECUTED
Chemists.
J. J0HH8 A SON, 184, High Street, and 186, Above Bar (Tramway Junction), Southampton, Dispensing and family Chemists. Prescriptions a Speciality. Telephone 100%. Established upwards of a century.
Cycle emporium.
You oan obtain Cycles and Accessories at Factory Prices. Any Machine supplied on Gradual Payments from A. M. OHEVERTON, Largest Cycle Dealer In the South of England. Newport, Cowes, Ryde, and Shanklln.
Gunsmiths.
COX & M0PHER8ON, for Cuns, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition, 61, High Strut, Southampton.
Hatters.
GEO. BEADLE, Hat A Cap Warehouse, Practical Tailor A General Outfitter, #3, East Street, Southampton. Tel. 1171
Hotels.
VEHTHOR, ROYAL MARINE HOTEL By appointment to H.R.H. Princess Henry of Battenberg. Finest position, overlooking the Sea Telephone 498. Garage. Apply—W. B. JUDD, Managing Director.
ROACH'S HOTELRESTAURAHT. Visitors to the Isle of Wight will find everything of the best. Quick service and reasonable prloes, at ROAOH'8 Hotel-Restaurant, St. James's Square, Newport, I.W. Telephone 459.
•ANDOWH (I.W.) 8EACROVE PRIVATE HOTEL AHD BOARDIHG E8TABLI8HMEHT. Finest position; covered balcony; facing ssa; excellent oulslne; terms moderate. Established 1860.—H. A. Child, Proprietor. Telephone 188.
SAHDRIHCHAM HOTEL, Esplanads, Bandown, I.W.—A first-class Private Hotsl for Famlllss and Gentlemen; open all the year round.—Mrs. Thomas, Prcprlstress. national Telephone Ho.
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A. E. HARVEY, BOROUGH RE-8TAURAHT, HEWPORT, I.W., Fully Licensed Luncheon and Refreshment Rooms. Hoted for Confectionery, Wed-ding, and other Cakes. Telephone 470.
8HAHKLIH, I.W., THE CEDAR8. En Pension. Beautifully situated on the Cliff facing 8ea; near Keats Green, Lift and Chine; Tennis, Billiards, Smoking room; Large Verandah; Eleotrlo Light. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gllmorc Watson.
Ironmongers.
C. B. EHCLAHD, 82, High Street, Shirley, and 204, Shirley Road, Southampton, Ironmonger A Tool Merchant. Tel. No. 1021.
Millinery.
C. DORE'S Summer Sal. has com-nt.noad. Bargains In all Dapartments. A visit will rspay you. Carriage paid on Purohasas of 5/- and upwards. C. DORE, Family Draper, High Strwt, Newport, I.W.
Pork purveyors.
ARE YOU ALIVE to the fact that If you wish to obtain the Best Value In Pork, Bacon, Ac., you must patronise A. W. ABRAHAM A Co., 98 A 99, St. James' Street, and 180a, High Street, Newport, I.W.
Restaurants,

J. LEFTWICH A SON, Caterers and Confectioners, Cowes. Splendid Dining Room. Unrivalled position, overlooking Sea. Luncheons, Dinners, Teas. Separate Tables. Reasonable Tariff. Near Post Office, Cowes.
Surgical appliances.
ERNEST FARMER, 3, Bridge Street, Southampton, for Belts, Trusses, Elastic Stockings, etc.
Williams for beef.
Known the Island over for THE SUPPLY OF CHOICE ENGLISH MEAT. Tip-Top Quality. Moderate Prices. 88, High Street, Newport, I.W. Telephone 105X1.
WADHAM & SONS, Ltd.
House Furnishers, newport, wi,h
Can compete In price with any London or
jordan & stanley,
For High-Class Groceries, Choicest Provisions,
Wines, Spirits and Ales, Superior Table Waters. 19, JO. 32, 33 ST. JAMES'S ST., NEWPORT,
and Supply Stores. Totlahd & Freshwatk*.
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IMPORTANT TO YACHTSMEN!!
dear & morgan
(By Appointment to His Majesty King George V.)
GROCERS mod PROVISION MERCHANTS, Wine, Ale and Spirit Dealers.
Every variety of YACMTINO SPECIALITIES In 5toek
BAKER'S
TEA ROOMS & GARDENS.
14, HIGH STREET, COWES.
BAROATE RAZOR.
Black Handle, 3/6 each.
REAL HAMBURG. HOLLOW GROUND.
- W. COX & SON. Lro.. -
The SOUTHAMPTON Cutler*,
28, H10M ST 4 7, BERNARD ST.
SATISFACTORY & ECONOMICAL.
applt pjcKFORDS,
81, HIGH STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
For ldilc ud FrM KillmU.
Mr. LAPTHORNE'S DENTAL SURGERY,
(Palace Chasibers),
51, ABOVE BAR, SOUTHAMPTON. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS.
Old Cases Remodelled Repairs in a few hours.
Crown, Bar, and Bridge Work.
CONSULTATIONS FREE
The maximum of success with the minimum of pain, discomfort and
Hours - 10 to 8 Saturdays 10 to 1
AMERICAN DENTAL Co.
H. P. HODGES
Pianos and
apemer piayer pianos
GORS & KALLMAN Perpendicular and Horizontal Grands. Also Hopkinson, Romhildt, and all first-class Artistic \ Pianos stocked.
Best Cash Discount or Gradual Payment System. 10 Years Warranty. Free Tuning.
H. P. HODGES
117 ABOVE BAR :: ,
^Opposite Clock Tower),
129 St. MARY'S STREET
and Branches.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES FREE on reoeipt of Post Card
NO DOOT.
A yotinu fellow being asked by a recruiting Bcrgoent if ho wished to enlist in a Scottish regi moot, replied:—"Not likely; I'd rather go to a lunatic asylum than enlist in a Soottish regiment." "Ah, wool." said tbo sergeant, "I've nao doot ye'd feel inair at bamo there."
ALL TEAT COULD BE SEEN.
Li* and Mary were proceeding to morning school, and. of course, thoy couldn't resist the attraction of gaming into ehop windows on their way. Suddenly the former paused at the window of the local photographer, and glued her eyes on a cer-tain pieUare. It warn the nnmial proeemioo of school children through the village. "Mary 1' she aluTokoJ, excitedly. "Oome 'ere I" "What's the matter. Liaf" asked the other. "Yo%,see tho photo of Annie Gnntb in the thud row there? An' you see tho pair o boots b'ind Annie?" "YeJ" "Well, that's mel" \
KEPT 108 WOED.\
"The ovidonoe ia all against me." -uefully ad-_nittod tho prisoner to hit lawyer. "There are about twenty witnesses who will swear to my identity. I can't possibly prove an alibi; and I have a very bad record.' "H'ml" observed the lawyer, thoughtfully. "You oertainly don't ap-paer'to hsvo a esse; but. tell mo. have you any money?" "Yes. plenty," answered the pneoner. hopefully. "Five thousand pounds!" 'Five thousand pounds'" exclt'ined the lawyer,delightedly, "Why, you have one of tho beat cases I've ever some acrotw. My dear air, Til see you don't go to prison with ail that money.". Ami ho kept his word. The prisoner went there broke.
PASSAGES FROM TEE POETS.
Sweet and low, sweet and low.
Wind of the western sea-Low, low. breathe and blow.
Wind of tho western sea.
Over tbo rolling waters go Come from the dying moon, and blow.
Blow him again to me.
While my little one, while my pretty one. sleeps.
Sleep end real, sleep end Met,
Father will oome to thee eoon;
Rest, rest, on mother's breast.
Father will oome to ehee moon.
Father will come to his babe in tho nest.
Silver mails ell out of the west,
Under the silvery moon;
Bleep, my little one; Jeep my pretty one,ales*.
—Tennyson.
CLOSE TO NATURE.
"Why don't you work for a living?" asked the danio .Urp'T, "Oor I c»n't grt non» Udj"
tramp, forcing m few team into his eym. "But is that my fault, ma'am? I mn't got no better dotbee." "Oiothes! Bah, ehe ea&aimed, "if you looked after them better, and brushed your hair, and weren't so afraid of soap, people wouldn't be afraid to go near you!" "Well, yer see." said tho tramp confidentially, "it's just becos I lives cloze tar Nacher." "Do yon?" retorted the dame, as she prepared to slam the door. "Well, if that's so. I'll guarantee it isn't Nature's faoltl"
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