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MR. JAMES ERSKINE

... . MR. ERSKINE may not at the present moment be a great actor, but bo does enjoy the unique privilege of being the only peer of the realm on the English stage. And that he has taken ...

AN INDIAN GARDEN PARTY

... . SQUIRE BEAMAN and Dame Emily his wife bid their frendes and naybores heartily welcome to ze Harveste Merrie-making in the Home Meadows at Eventide (4.30 of ze clock) on Jan. y ...

HAMMOND & CO. LTD

... HAMMOND CO., LTD HUNTING. (ESTABLISHED NEARLY A CENTURY), BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. H.A.M. THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA. H.M. THE KING OF SPAIN. Ac LEATHE ...

The Parisian Diamond Company

... Hbe iparisian Uhamonb Gomeanv>. Mrs. ARIA Says in The Queen, The most a' tractive decoration for the hair is a diamond ornament of broad inclination and glittering surt-ce. Happily we live in the t ...

CRUFT'S DOG SHOW

... . --I SIR HUMPHREY DE TRAFFORD'S IRISH SETTER CHAMPION CAMLOUGH BLOOM. MRS. TOTTIE'S BASSET HOUND CHAMPION LOUIS LE BEAU. MIL H. L. HOIISFALL'S GREAT DANE CHAMPION HANNIBAL OF REDGRAVE ...

CRUFT'S DOG SHOW

... CEUFT'S DOG SHOW. MR. J. ROYLE'S ST. BERNARD HAPSTEAD PRIMUS. MR. F. W. WILMOT'S OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG-- CUPID'S DART. mrs. j. o. preston's Dalmatian kalonia. R. F. C. HIGNETT'a GORDON SETTER CHAMPION ...

THE KENNEL: CRUFT'S DOG SHOW

... THE KENNEL. CRUFT S BOG SHOW. CRUFT'S Show at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, was a surprise to those who had anticipated a great falling off in the entries. On the date originally fixed for the clo ...

THE BRIGHTON HARRIERS

... . ON Saturday last the Brighton Harriers met at Buckingham, a once well-known hunting house, where for several years a pack of foxhounds was kept, though perhaps they did not conf ...