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RAILWAYS. • . • TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN PARIS AND LONDON. • *souTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY. From Gore die Nord.

RAILWAYS. • . • TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN PARIS AND LONDON. • *souTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY. From Gore die Nord.

Daily Express Trains Between Daily Express Trains Between Pans and London. London and Paris. Departure from London. Arrival in IPiria. Departure from Paris. Arrival in London. VIA DOVER AND CALAIS. VIA CALAIS AND DOVER. .9.0 a.m. 9.45 a.m. 11.35 a.m. 840 100 a.in. VIA 13OULOGNE
07 August 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
PUBLISZED

PUBLISZED

Vol. XXXV. No. 1862• [IILOISTERED AT GIiNgRAL Poe/ OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPIIt.
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
ANGLESEY CREDITORS.

ANGLESEY CREDITORS.

Ten shillings in the pound—that is the "first dividend" to be paid to the creditors of the Marquess of Anglesey on October 17 of this year. This is because the trustees see their way pretty clearly to a sum of £111,500, as the outcome of the Anglesey Castle sales. The sum mentio
02 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
CALLAGHAN'S RACE

CALLAGHAN'S RACE

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30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
20, Brook St., New Bond St., W.

20, Brook St., New Bond St., W.

A very pleasant hour may be spent by paying a visit to the above gallery, wnere not only the connoisseur but the lovers of all things beautiful can feast their eyes on some splendid specimens of the painter's art. Pressure on our space alone prevents us from giving a more detail
30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Mme. Fougere's Jewels.

Mme. Fougere's Jewels.

Smart society in Paris are wondering whether they will be able to pick up any bargains at the coming sale of Madame Fougere's jewels. It will be remembered that this famous demi-mondaine was murdered last summer at Aix-les-Bains by one of her lovers with the aid of Madame's comp
30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
The Founder of Worth.

The Founder of Worth.

To English readers it is noteworthy that the founder of the Maison Worth was a Scotsman who made his name famous in -Paris for beautiful Court dresses which were fashioned for the Empress Eugenie.
30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Ilmow

Ilmow

30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
'ARIS PERSON

'ARIS PERSON

Mrs. Frank Avery left town at the end of the week with Mrs. Treat for a château in the country, where she hopes to get some hunting. She will be absent from Paris for about a week, and will stay until the middle of next month, when she goes to London for the winter season. Mrs.
30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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30 October 1904 - American Register - London, London, England