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110UAMED 1868.

110UAMED 1868.

1 1 0UAMED 1868. Largest Circulation of any Anglo-Aineriian Newspaper in Europe. Every Smoky. Price TWOPENCE.
31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
WOOED BY A LUNATIC.

WOOED BY A LUNATIC.

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31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Arrest of an " Admirer " of Miss Katherine Elkins.

Arrest of an " Admirer " of Miss Katherine Elkins.

Miss Katherine Elkins, whose romance with the Due d'Abruzzi terminated without the usual happy ending, has been compelled to cause the armst of a too ardent admirer, Samuel B. McHenry, a Chicago inventor, who has been committed to the Government Insane Hospital at Washington. Fo
31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
HOTELS & HYDROS

HOTELS & HYDROS

Secommeaded by The America& Zerister and Aaglo-Coloaial World. Tariffs can be had on aplicatioa to 49, It. Itroet, Piccadilly. This comfortable Hotel is most centrally situ ated, being one minute's walk from the Russell Square Piccadilly Tube Station, and six minutes from King's
31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL , WORLD. DEC. 31, 1911.

THE AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL , WORLD. DEC. 31, 1911.

31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
25, Rue de la Paix (Sc Place de l'Opera, PARIS.

25, Rue de la Paix (Sc Place de l'Opera, PARIS.

31 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE MAURETANIA'S BAD LUCK. Just on Christmas, Too—Adrift In the Mersey.

THE MAURETANIA'S BAD LUCK. Just on Christmas, Too—Adrift In the Mersey.

The Cunard liner Mauretania has had a narrow escape from disaster to herself and from being involved in catastrophe to other craft. The great vessel was moored in a channel of the Mersey known as the Sloyne, since she came in from New York last week. Between ten and eleven o'clo
10 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
REAR-ADMIRAL'S DEATH.

REAR-ADMIRAL'S DEATH.

Rear-Admiral George F. Wilde died in his sixty-seventh year. He formerly commanded the Dolphin, the first steel vessel of the American Navy to circumnavigate the globe, and he served with distinction in the Spanish- American war, capturing Iloile and Vigan. Mr. and Mrs. John Sta
10 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
The most elegant Parisiens and English and American Ladies go to the . new Maison Rosa- Bell for the most

The most elegant Parisiens and English and American Ladies go to the . new Maison Rosa- Bell for the most

becoming and stylish Hats in Paris.
10 December 1911 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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27 November 1904 - American Register - London, London, England