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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

23 Jun 1906

.tiou of his services Is biological science, and of his straitened circumstances 150 Mr. Georgs Bsrnctt Smith : In addsto bis existing pension of A HO, in coosideratiou of his services to Utcratnre. and of his inadequate menus of support Mr*. Katherine

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

2 Aug 1907

8.M.8.P. LONDON SERVICE.— m upon ;rad»«Hi«i 'if ratom ban rukat te date taa ate iij»wl la. aatet* laird SATCBDAT, £j«l »0».«.’ T - ** iDOUerr M. Kctan antkM View article

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

4 Jun 1921

Arias Kentish and Miss Gwen Kentish. Capt. Robinson, Col. and Mrs. Raker. Major and Mn. Hewitt.. Councillor Miss Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. F.. R. 'tell. Mr . W. F. Randall, Mr. R. Higginrnn and Miss Higginson. Alm. Harold Raven. Pilaw

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

22 May 1909

Charahraa. 8.N., H.MR. Hasty (Horae Vlas*), nod Claire, eldest daughter at Mr. R. S. Whiting, of Melbourne, and Mount Mate Ann. Victoria. A marriage bra bean arranged between Lieut. Frank Elliott, Royal Nary, eldest non Mr. sad Mrs. Elliott. While Lodge

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

9 Jan 1911

in hie usual prompt and effective fashion. bad meant kill his adversary outright; relief, however, is mild term to express his emotion when discovered the man still breathed. poured brandy down hi* throat and water on bis head. Then half led, half dragged

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

29 Mar 1939

list of which will appear in Friday’s Hampshire Telegraph and Post), were presented by the Club’s senior lady member, Mrs. M. E. See. The Commodore (Mr. A. A. Atkins) presided. Gosport Juvenile Court WANTED TO AVENGE LOSS OF TOOTH Boy Knocked Unconscious

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

23 Apr 1904

mansion and. the risk hi* neck, reached the chimney the diningroom. down which lie roared in hi* loudest voice. • Powrio. Powrie. it’s the Day Judgment*; whereupon the laird was heard, those oulride tiie door, raise himself on his elbow and hkcup out,

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

1 Oct 1943

cake (Mrs. Warwick), cake (Mile Bone), handbag (Sheila Hills). grapes (Lady Phillimore), pumpkin (Shirley Collett). Mr. and Mrs Courtnage, 38, 1 Newtown, Port Chester, have received news that their only son Kenneth, aged 20, has gained!, his wings in

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

15 Mar 1902

statements unreserve fly. is not new* that Mr. Rhodes offers from htort affection. Many ago J*e told friend that when went .bed always bad doubt which world Ih* should up in. The fact of his carrying «hi his business does not count for much, seeing that

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

21 Jan 1921

Mr. tidier sod His Act, enne.decalil e •ppletue ggeoed th• lug of a letter from Mr Fisher, W.. of 'Angst ion, re. +maw Ihe el, opening .1 In•d.a, tonn•nat Claire, In whelt Mr. Farther ' 1 Ederatem An of Int, ie will the , the land, and it will remain

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

25 Jul 1903

Done. Mrs. Scottlie saw! The liofM won. and laird kalmo*®* paid his didit royally He ••btauieun the Mint, and had set ah«w with •uperb dianjonds. It was jockey > w Lord Falmouth tluU, Arclier made his name, s'® ring many his greatest

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

14 Nov 1934

Sutherland, Lady Louis Mountbatten, Lady Milbanke and many others being regular guests there. his sick mother will bring to the minds of his friends the wonderful sympathy which exists between the two. Mrs. Simon

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

21 Jun 1906

n of his services to biological science, and of his straitened circurasianaes Mr. George Barnett Smith: In addito his existing pension of .£BO, in consideration of his services to Utersture, and of his inadequate means of support . Mrs. Katherine

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

6 Feb 1913

the fact that always wore his clogs in Hi© pulpit. Sine© his wife died, many years ago, had lived alone, done hi® own cooking, and made all his own clothing—not only the garments, but the material which they wore composed. The Zoo’s Biggest Glutton. Until

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

23 Nov 1907

hie Lady Cunon, iiir John »rnl I July Ami. Sir Kenneth Muthrnon. Mr. and Mi'». t'aveudt&h-lteutinvk, whiU* m nwre days Karl GranviEo ami Mr. were among l.iboial aiateunmi onlrrlmued there by VVatcrtord- Mr. liledatow-, who was cccompunivil by Mr*. Gladstone

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

13 Jun 1903

-‘alhridge. Dorset: he's, laird Mon• < 1 ):• m'-icn; John Bryan-♦one Dairy. Blandford; and Mr. «}. A. Cooper. Horsley Park. Winchester; e. Lady Thornycroft, Sirvnc. I.'V • Sir C;truerou Gull. Bt.. Fnlslutu Moure. Yattenden. Berks; Mr. . Keys* - . Alderniattoti

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

18 Mar 1916

Spencer, Mrs. Memel'. Mrs. Kennedy. liemereativei in politics, and chairmen 14 the Church Lectere Hall a mete% of the lountt Mr. A. C. Dyer and • number of soldiers 1 whets the Rev. O. Goodman Crockett (vicar) Mra. flumun. Refroshmente Mrs. je e .f ee

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

30 Aug 1926

«K II, * , V BRITISH LEGION FETE. Various other winners were: Cake, Mr. A. Ward; rabbits and hutch, Mr. Kerley, Havant; cushion, Mr. George Barnes; doll, D. Ellis; leg of nutton, Mr. S. Barnes; sixpenny entrance ticket, winnipg number 0340; threepenny

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

27 Dec 1902

that time the talk of all Paris. the death of her husband, whom not all his patent medicines had been able to save from the effects of overwork, excitement, and whiskey. Mrs. Odgers, his sole legatee, had come straight to Europe with the intention of securing

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

4 Oct 1902

news was imparted to the aged family piper, who shook his head sorrowfully at the news and sighed : Ka, nu. he’ll never recover. It’s decreed that Seaforth maun outlive all his three sons.” And soon his words proved true. few days later tiding* came of the

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