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Notwithstanding the progress of British hydrography, the last Blue Book of RearAdmiral Wharton reports as many as two hundred rocks and shoals dangerous to navigation discovered during the year 1896: A number of titled ladies are reviving the pillow-lace industry of Beds, Bucks, Northamptonshire, by encouraging the poor cottage women to produce good work, and to assist them in finding marketß for its disposal. The screw of an Atlantic liner revolves something like 630,000 times between Liverpool and New York. . _-.,.

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Evening Star, Issue 10470, 13 November 1897, Supplement

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Evening Star Issue 10470, 13 November 1897, Supplement

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