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Volumes in the collection: Southampton Pictorial
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Full text:[...] \ :6 SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. June 5, 1912. JUVENILE ANCLER8 ON THE WESTERN SHORE, SOUTHAMPTON. t 1 ; 'r Pictorial Photo. The above happy snapshot was taken during the week-end, and shows [...]
Full text:[...] July 31, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON ANT; DISTRICT PICTORIAL. "®C®fci®©®©©feJS>%yV55>VtS>V«>< Our Weekly Illustrated Feature. No. 17.—A BEAUTIFUL HAMPSHIRE VILLAGE. The donee remark of a Royal Princess t [...]
Full text:[...] April 17, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. ©®©®©®> e®e© e»a Our Weekly Illustrated feature. No. 2.—THE FIFTH BATTALION HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. (T). Though perliaps tho Volunteer principle was ne [...]
Full text:[...] May 8, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND u j JU.I m, w. ■- DISTRICT PICTORIAL. Local £Vmusevnenfs. THE GRAND THEATRE. Mr. Louis Meyer is this week presenting "The Glad Eye," a farce adapted from the French, whic [...]
Full text:[...] ■ 1 '.l-.lj.11 June 12, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. Our Weekly Illustrated Feature. No. IO.-THE TRAINING SHIP MERCURY. There stretch** an interval of ten busy wera between the writer's [...]
Full text:[...] September 11, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. ❖©❖©♦>©❖©•>©❖ ---- ©<©<©:e:©:© *©*©*©*©*©* ©❖©❖©❖©•>©*© »:©:©:©:©:©: CvCvC-:<;rc-:cvQvCvC-:©v©->©«:-©':'C-:'0->©-:'0<-0 Outdoor Recreations. (w [...]
Full text:[...] May 29, 1912. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. BRITON v. BOER. THRILLING PAGES IN SOUTHAMPTON'S STIRRING STORY. IBy W. A. CLEAVE.] Royal Goodbye to tho Island Yeomanry.— Capt. Sooly's Plodgo.—Tho [...]
Full text:[...]  June j, I9i2. SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. s Our Weekly Illustrated feature. ®C®Q®C®C®C®C®C®C®C» No. 9.—THE HAMPSHIRE STRAWBERRY COUNTRY. The awaabcrnr industry. of which Southern Hampshire [...]
Full text:[...] in Southampton on their return from South Africa, and how lie afforded facilities for tho COLONEL JOHN STACPOLE, C.V.O., C.M.C. spirits. Ho loved soldiering, but he also loved his country home in [...]
Full text:[...] sho sent for her niece .who lived in Harlem, her boaom friend Mr*. Hodder, and lastly for young Johnson, Mr. Babington's private secretary, who lived in the house. Ho waa the first to arrive. Mr*. [...]