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GRAND DMAGASINSI4O uv-w- v PARIS 3 OCTOEIRE EXPOSITION GEN ERALE DES

GRAND DMAGASINSI4O uv-w- v PARIS 3 OCTOEIRE EXPOSITION GEN ERALE DES

02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
A la Gar Tares.

A la Gar Tares.

After the usual interval, we passed on to the revue "Venus a Paris." This title is somewhat startling, not to say somewhat difficult to imagine as an accomplished fact ; however, there it is. The piece is splendidly mounted, and the fun is fast and furious from start to finish.
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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ili a viould—not- duty is the highest of all. But, up to a given limit, travellers may take in, duty free, things that have been worn (even only once). On hoard a Transatlantic steamer was a lady, who had for her neighbour at meals a man whose only intimates on board were men and
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
4 %mom "THE GUINEA HAT SHOP."

4 %mom "THE GUINEA HAT SHOP."

02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
NOVI, BRICIITON-APARTMENTS Bresidew Nouse, 32, Lansdowne Muss. Luxuriously furnished rooms, with attendance and good cooking. By the week. This residence

NOVI, BRICIITON-APARTMENTS Bresidew Nouse, 32, Lansdowne Muss. Luxuriously furnished rooms, with attendance and good cooking. By the week. This residence

is centrally situated, clone to the sea and fashionable lawns and tennis ground. Omnibuses pass continually. MISS M. HARRISON, Proprietress.
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
OLENSHESK 2425-26, Montague Flue, Bussell Square One minute from British Museum, ten minutes from chief rail- PRIVATE - way termini,

OLENSHESK 2425-26, Montague Flue, Bussell Square One minute from British Museum, ten minutes from chief rail- PRIVATE - way termini,

theatres, places of amusement, &c; newly decorated and furnished; drawing, dining, and billiard rooms; - chef kept; separsve tables; room and lweakrast, 5 5 . ; roo m HOTELbreakfast, luncheon, tea and dinner, 75. 6d. No extras. Miss MACVIAGH, Proprietress.
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER 9 to 16. FASHIONABLE SOCIETY AT THE GRAND PALAIS. A BRILLIANT ASSEMBLY.

DECEMBER 9 to 16. FASHIONABLE SOCIETY AT THE GRAND PALAIS. A BRILLIANT ASSEMBLY.

Last Friday morning at ten o'clock the doors of the Grand Palais in the Champs-Elysées were thrown open to Probably the greatest crush of fashion and auto enthusiasts that has ever occurred in Paris. Throughout the past week the great car owners have been preparing for this even
11 December 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE CAROLINE INCIDENT..

BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE CAROLINE INCIDENT..

We are able to furnish our readers with the true story of the "Caroline" affair, about which so many different versions have appeared in so many English and French journals, only to be denied, for the most part, the next day. The chief instigator of the whole affair was the Mr.
11 December 1904 - American Register - London, London, England