The Merchant of Venice, 6 July 1901, Image 2 of 5
Gaze's Tours all over the World. Henry Gaze & Sons, 53, Queen Victoria Street, London. (Branches everywhere). "The nearest approach to perfection yet attained" Brinsmead Pianos. John Brinsmead & Sons, Ltd. 18, 20 & 21 Wigmore Street, London, W. Wear Dunn's famous Hats 3/9. All one price, the 20th century hat. Largest sale in the world. 60 branches. Branch Depots : 2 Fleet St ; 7 & 11b, Tottenham Court Rd, 5 Edgware Rd, 24 Westbourne Grove. Wm. Taylor, High-Class Poultry and Provisions 11, Vigo St., Regent St., W. Well matured York hams. 12 to 20 lbs each and Royal Wiltshire Bacon a Speciality. Telegrams – "Grouse" London. Telephone 3698 Gerrard. Hackney Furnishing Company's Cheap Artistic Economical. Easy Instalment System. General Terms. Which include free packing and delivery up to 300 miles. £10 worth, £0 6 o per month, £20 worth, 0 12 0 per month, £30 worth, 0 18 0 per month, £40 worth, 1 6 0 per month, £50 worth, £1 9 0 per month, £100 worth 2 15 0 per month, £200 worth, 5 10 0 per month, £500 worth, 13 15 0 per month. Terms pro rata up to any amount. 10 per cent discount for cash. No payment is required until the first monthly or quarterly instalments. No bill of sale. Free life insurance to the amount of the goods. In the event of death, the wife four children become the sole owners without further payment. Hackney Furnishing Company. Town Hall Buildings, Mare Street, Hackney, N.E. Hours 9 till 9. Thursday close 4. Telegrams, "Furniments" London. Telephone, 84 Dalton. L. & H. Nathan, Costumiers to the Court. Costumes supplied to this "Lyceum" and other Principal London Theatres. Dresses specially designed for fancy balls. 17, Coventry Street, W. Sulpholine Skin Lotion 1s Bottles. Cures Eruptions, Pimples, Spots and all Disfigurements. Gives a lovely complexion. Pepper's Tonic 1s Bottles. Strength for weak men, women and delicate children. Promotes appetite, cures dyspepsia, hysteria, nervous complaints, general disability. Mr. George R. Sims makes a discovery. Now Mr. G. R. Sims, the famous poet and dramatist, journalist and playwright, and the writer of "Mustard and Cress" over the signature of "Dagonet" as many people now, is one of the busiest man in the kingdom, but hastily affixing his signature to a letter, he looked up an extended a characteristically cordial welcome to the interview of the Daily Mail –" In '86 I found that I was rapidly going bald. Not seriously, you understand, not the sending out was sufficiently marked to set me thinking out a remedy. I went to two specialists, both of whom cheerfully assured me that I should be absolutely bald in two years. "Then I discovered the preparation which is known as ‘Tatcho'. I found that I had hit upon a remedy capable of working wonders. Look at my hair now ; isn't that convincing evidence? In time people got to know that I had discovered a restorer ; than the trouble began. "Letters in thousands poured into me from men and women in every quarter of the world, from all parts of the kingdom, from America, India, Africa, China and Australia. " In consequence, I said to myself why should this thing go on? If the public wants my hair restorer, the public shall have it ; but the demand must be met in the ordinary businesslike way ; and with the assistance of a number of gentlemen possessing the necessary facilities, that has been accomplished." The Company has decided to make the distribution of 20,000 large trial bottles of "Tatcho". 4/6 Bottles Post Free for 1/10. Provided this coupon is sent to was within one month we bind ourselves to send one of the 20,000 large trial bottles of Mr. George R. Sims' Hair Renewer, ‘Tatcho' 4/6 size, for the sum of 1/10, post free, in a plain sealed package. This special offer to supply a 4/6 bottle of ‘Tatcho' for 1/10, post free is made solely with the object of enabling the public to prove the superlative value, and to avoid the necessity for extravagant outlay in advertising. Accept the offer to-day. Geo. R. Sims Company, 85, Great Queen Street, W.C.
The National Review, Edited by L. J. Maxse. Price 2s 6d. The Leading Political Review. Champagne as shipped by the ancient house of Jacquesson & Fils. To be had at the Bars of this Theatre. Also all principal Hotels and Wine Merchants. India and Colonies. The illustrated paper with the largest circulation "Black and White" Budget. 32 pages illustrating all principal events of the week at Home and Abroad. Published every Friday, price twopence. Publishing office 63, Fleet Street, London, E.C. The Highland Railway. New Day Express, London to the Highlands. From July 1st, 1901. London – Euston dep. 10.5 a.m. King's Cross dep. 10.0 a.m. St. Pancras dep. 9.30 a.m. Perth dep. 8.15 p.m. Pitlochry arr. 9.0 p.m. Blair Atholl arr. 9.12 p.m. Kingussie arr. 10.13 p.m. Aylemore arr. 10.30 p.m. Inverness arr. 11.25 p.m. Through lavatory carriages London to Inverness by this Train. First-Class Hotels at all these Stations. Fisher's Hotel, Pitlochry, Athole Arms, Blair Atholl, Station Hotel, Aviemore, Station Hotel, Inverness. Hotel Porters will meet the trains. Stevens' Rooms, 38 King Street, Covent Garden. Curiosities from all parts of the world. Sales nearly every fortnight. Estd. 1760. Descriptive Lists should be Sent Ten Days Previous.
© Image copyright The National Trust 2019