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THE PIER-ENTRANCE AND KIOSKS.

THE PIER-ENTRANCE AND KIOSKS.

CAFFYNS GARAGES, THE FINEST IN SOUTH OF ENGLAND. ' . , , .$ VP 00 .° 0 P1. 1 1! --r- , .;',7..7.. - L:r.- I....mmingi lli 1, , - '' - -...;.....
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
Lisntore Ro id Frontage of Bobby ft Co.'a !remakes. pe ts, Furniture, and Gentlemen's and Youth's Out fittin, THE BEST

Lisntore Ro id Frontage of Bobby ft Co.'a !remakes. pe ts, Furniture, and Gentlemen's and Youth's Out fittin, THE BEST

ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EUROPE.
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
IN THE TITLE OE A LITTLE 111.1.•STK I) : 1130KLIST RENT FREE ON .‘I.I.I.ICATioN :

IN THE TITLE OE A LITTLE 111.1.•STK I) : 1130KLIST RENT FREE ON .‘I.I.I.ICATioN :

IN THE TITLE OE A LITTLE 111.1.•STK I) : 1130KLIST RENT ON .‘I . I.I.ICATioN : Quickly and Comfortably reached by the BRIGHTON RAILWAY from VICTORIA (West End) and LONDON BRIDGE (City). 90 MINUTE PULLMAN EXPRESS leaves Victoria every Sunday at 10.40 a.m. Returning from Eastbourne
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
NDCLIFFE ‘-i(sTERNDALE) MEADS. EASTBOURNE

NDCLIFFE ‘-i(sTERNDALE) MEADS. EASTBOURNE

A Fit th-Class Educittonal }ionic for Gr 6 Pr,ncipais • Miss RAYWOOD and Miss BUCK Assisted by a Resident Staff ef Enalish and Forelin Mistresses and by Viscin3 Prafesiia:s and Lecturers THE AIMS OF THE SCHOOL Miss HAYWOOD and Miss BUCK oiler to their comforts and Sficial and mo
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY By W. H. LAMB, Special Commissioner. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE INFORMATION APPENDED HERE OF THE PRINCIPAL BOARDING SCHOOLS IN EASTBOURNE.

EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY By W. H. LAMB, Special Commissioner. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE INFORMATION APPENDED HERE OF THE PRINCIPAL BOARDING SCHOOLS IN EASTBOURNE.

Eastbourne has been recognised as an imi)ortant scholastic centre. The number of its Colleges and Private Schools, having regard to the size of the Borough, probably exceeds the of any other town in the Kingdom. This proud distinction is due to a variety of causes, chief of whic
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
TI E TECHNICAL I NST ITI .

TI E TECHNICAL I NST ITI .

Clovelly Kepplestone School, Meads.—One of the finest lharding Syhools for Girls in the country. The premises specially built for the school faces the sea in the highest and most bracing part of Eastbourne. The principals, Mrs. E. H. Browne .and Miss Tait-Ifeid, 8.A.. are assist
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MR. WESTINGHOUSE. AMERICAN MI'I,TI-MII.I.IONAWE'S BEQUESTS.

THE LATE MR. WESTINGHOUSE. AMERICAN MI'I,TI-MII.I.IONAWE'S BEQUESTS.

Mr. George Westinghouse, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., President of the Westinghouse Brake Company, Ltd., and a director of the Traction and Power Securities Co npany, Ltd., the inventor of the brake bearing his name and of numerous electrical appliances, who died March 1
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
ANGLO-AMERICAN PEACE.

ANGLO-AMERICAN PEACE.

Owing to the war it has been decided by the British Committee for the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace among English-speaking peoples to make a substantial alteration in the plans previously proposed. With respect to the participation of the various British
29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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29 November 1914 - American Register - London, London, England