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REGISTRATION OF (1.11014 FOR THE TEAS

REGISTRATION OF (1.11014 FOR THE TEAS

REGISTRATION OF FOR THE TEAS GITEIC an CIO* 'Orion, of Silo hore Act, •rth regard to registration appl are required to be registered in the month of January by, the earob• Jury thereof furnishing me. the imderaigned. with a return containing the particulars prescribed by the Stat
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
EDWARD PHILIP COLLIER, E6Q.. J.P.

EDWARD PHILIP COLLIER, E6Q.. J.P.

ILOIHRT JOHN ALLSOP, JOHN HAYES SIMONDS, CHARLES SMITH. J.P., and SAMUEL ISSUING PAID UP SHARES of £25 each, cad SUBSCRIPTION SHAM payable 10s. per =oath. 'sob Marina Interest at 4 per coat.. free of Nome Tax. The &misty eleoreceives Deposit.repayable at eisort natio.. at 3 per
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
T° BORROWNRS.

T° BORROWNRS.

TN above Sr7eiety makes advanoes ea Security of Freehold or Leasehold Prowtiee repayable is 4 to 20 years by monthly instalment.. SCSI., Itill'iYhtENTS FOR AN ADVANCE OF ElOO. years, 11 ss. 10d.15 years. lee. 11 years, El 74 I 20 year., 13s. 54. SPECIAL FEATURES.—Prompt Mammon,
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
OBMIAZY.

OBMIAZY.

The obituary list contains the names of the following arell.known local personages:—January 7th, Mr. G. May, aged 82; January 9th, Mir E. Stroud, aged 83; January 10th, Mr. Henry Day, aged 77; January 12th, Alderman John F. Euerby, aged 63; January 15th, Mr. James Acland Evans.
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE.

:BY OCCUIQIAL Cortaaeroz.) The youthful Lloyd George applied himself with all his natural ardour and mental alertness so the study of the law. and had only lost corns of age when he paned the required legal examinations and was enrolled as a duly qualified solicitor. Tins was in
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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THE RIGHT HON. D. LLOYD GEORGE, M.P., IChencellor of the Exchequer). Who speaks at the Tramway Car Sheds, MIII Lane, this evening at 8 o'clock.

THE RIGHT HON. D. LLOYD GEORGE, M.P., IChencellor of the Exchequer). Who speaks at the Tramway Car Sheds, MIII Lane, this evening at 8 o'clock.

covered himself with glory by his brilliant defence, and the jury returned a verdict in his client. favour, but the judge reversed it on point of law. On appeal to the High Court the judge's decision was in turn reversed and Mr. Lloyd George found himself famous. The practical r
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE TAXING OF OATHS.

THE TAXING OF OATHS.

'lnt the hoot of the Acts to come into osontion on New Yeer's Day fa the Act aborahhte Inoesitery pte , -tiee of kissing the book " fli!herin a 'rape,. who bon &elm! to eve" with .ipiftedh;indsV;;haitoexpreniKiawiah in open ^Nat. Men and women who ore aboLt to ,in gni. in a rnur
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE READING OBSERVER. • SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, Ulf&

THE READING OBSERVER. • SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, Ulf&

01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BROADMOOR.

BROADMOOR.

DRAMATIC ENTSRTATNMENT. By the kind perreiseiort of Dr. Breyn Medical /Superintendent) the usual Boxing Night entertainment took place in the Central Hall of the Asylum as Monday. There waste crowded and enthusiastic audience. • Among those present were Dr., Mn. and Miss EtraynD
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ECZEMA NEARLY DROVE HER MAD

ECZEMA NEARLY DROVE HER MAD

Began Like Slight Rash but Soon Spread to Bodyand Limbs—Burned and Itched and Sufferer Walked the Floor for Hours, Wishing She were Dead—Treated for Months. GIVEN UP IN DESPAIR: CURED BY CUTICURA "I suffered from eoaema for over two years . It oommenoed just after my last baby w
01 January 1910 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England