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THE AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL WORLD. MARCH 17. 1912.

THE AMERICAN REGISTER AND ANGLO-COLONIAL WORLD. MARCH 17. 1912.

17 March 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
particulars of the Guaranteed Appointment System, Prospectus, Souvenir, and Solicitor 0 opinion from Miss 8. 8. MUNFORD, Secretary, KENSINGTON COLLEGE,

particulars of the Guaranteed Appointment System, Prospectus, Souvenir, and Solicitor 0 opinion from Miss 8. 8. MUNFORD, Secretary, KENSINGTON COLLEGE,

34, GLOUCESTER GARDENS, HYDE PARK, LONDON, W
17 March 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Hotel Westminster.

Hotel Westminster.

Mrs. Henry Higginson of London; Mr. and Mrs. E. Farrington, Mr. and Mrs. L. Heinemann, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rosenbaum, Dr. C. F. Weber, of New York; Mr. William R. Fitzsimons, round the world; Mr. Raphael Weill, of San Francisco.
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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ADVERTISEMENTS aro only aeoepted by the Management of the AMERICAN REGISTER from Establishments of repute whose *Jaime been thoroughly investigated before publication. CONNAUGHT HOUSE. S. MONTAGUE STREET, RUSSELL SQUARE, W.C. SHIPPING. N . D an6II R tU D IUVOUS TRAVEL IMP E RIAL
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
GENERAL BOOTH begs for your kindly aid for The SALVATION ARMY'S Great Work for the Poor and Needy in the

GENERAL BOOTH begs for your kindly aid for The SALVATION ARMY'S Great Work for the Poor and Needy in the

United Kingdom 180 Homes and Branches of Social Work, and 1384 centres of Religious Work HELP Many Thousands of Poor Men, Women, and Children daily to help themselves. £ 1 50, 0 0 0 is needed annually for the Army's Central Funds alone. Please come to see the :: work in operatio
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Patronised by all The Leading Houses. A. M. GOLDNER and CO., Nod 51.11 115, NEW OXFORD ST., g. LONDON, W.C.

Patronised by all The Leading Houses. A. M. GOLDNER and CO., Nod 51.11 115, NEW OXFORD ST., g. LONDON, W.C.

omit Bearding &NM hai of with IMAM oaf Staff, and : Triogruos . TolinOcors : NEARLY ENO 10 YEARS. 21102 City.
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Mr. aud Mrs. A. P. Miller, Mr. A. Marino, Mrs. F. M. Matheson, Mr. J. J. Medina, Mr. F. Middleton,

Mr. aud Mrs. A. P. Miller, Mr. A. Marino, Mrs. F. M. Matheson, Mr. J. J. Medina, Mr. F. Middleton,

Mr. P. E. Mock.
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE TAVISTOCK, Naldence e, from ßat i li h m ot i nees and cold electric light. IS ENDSLEIGH STREET.

THE TAVISTOCK, Naldence e, from ßat i li h m ot i nees and cold electric light. IS ENDSLEIGH STREET.

weekly. Centr l l . l lLln t l as trl d fle. co o king. TAVISTOCK SQUARE. W.
09 June 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
hard to find. There are two large bandstands on the Leas which, with the one below in the Marine Gardens

hard to find. There are two large bandstands on the Leas which, with the one below in the Marine Gardens

provide a feast of music during the season, when the Blue Viennese Band plays, varied by first-class regimental bands from the great military camp at Shorncliffe close by. It is at such times when the band is playing that the Leas present a spectacle which is scarcely equalled.
25 February 1912 - American Register - London, London, England
 
The Journal of International Society.

The Journal of International Society.

25 February 1912 - American Register - London, London, England