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Full text:[...] - kqgp* SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. m April 24, J 912. HIS MASTER'S VOICE." <(" SOUTHAMPTON.- e= A. E. ROOD & 60.. =® ESTABLISHED 1900. > Trams pass X the door. 3 SUITABLE K FOR ALL f 1 [...]
Full text:[...] 34 nineteenth annual report. Bombay.—(151 boys, 91 girls; subvention, £200.)—The following is an abstract of the Report which has been furnished by Mr. Haeem Samuel, President of the School Committee [...]
Full text:[...] z6 SOUTHAMPTON OFFICIAL DIBECTQIIY—1920. llMl' # 'I I in p I mi I Ukttguay—Vice-Cousul, W. J Bakor, 32 Queen's terrace Republic of Colombia—Consul, Roza San-tiaga, 32 Queen's terrace i he annual boar [...]
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Full text:[...] 3° In conclusion, aware of the high and well deserved influence possessed by your Excellency with the governing circle in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the undersigned venture to ask that, when submi [...]
Full text:[...] schools in the east. 35 is used as a dormitory), a refectory, five small workshops, etc. Some of the wives and daughters of Russian refugees were working in out-houses adjoining the school premises. I [...]
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Full text:[...]  6 SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. April 24, 1912. Laurie Scotch Whisky C3 CZ3 C=X)C=] C=D CZJ AGENTS— SCRASE, SOUTHAMPTON. TELEGRAMS: SCRASE," SOUTHAMPTON. TELEPHONE No. 2*1. DODRIDGE'S Photogra [...]
Full text:[...] 31 The concluding paragraph of the law provides that it is to come into force for some purposes in three months after its promulgation, and for others not until April next. The Roumanian Jews, being [...]
Full text:[...] 86 fourteenth annual report. and is held in high esteem by the Sultan and his Ministers. I expect that he will be enabled to give an unbiassed account of what has occurred, as he has no cause to appre [...]
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