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A Magistrate's Rebuke. i




-I The Whitsuntide Holidays.…


I The Whitsuntide Holidays. I Many people at this time of the year are thinking of taking advantage of the oppor- tunity to enjoy a few days' rest and change, in some spot away from their native sur- roundings prior to commencing their summer holidays; and indeed no better time could be chosen than Whitsuntide, hearing as it does, all the charms of early summer. One difficult question, however, where to spend these two or three days. Which- ever kind of holiday is selected, whether it be the country with its quiet surroundings, beautiful scenery, and fariii the sea- I side witn its bracing aii; or the two combined, the Great Western Railway, which is now universally known a.s the holiday line," is the railway M transport the holiday-maker to the very best resorts ia England at express speed for the lowest possible sum. Then there is London.—What a world of pleasure I the name suggests 1 A visit to tire Metropolis ¡'always has the effect of taking us out of our- selves, so to speak, for t]w time being, and ;t 'Ii is this absolute change of scenery that proves so benefieia' to mind and body. Therefore, why not spend a few days among the attrac- I tions of this great city? During Whitsun- I tide two great Exhibitions will be in full swing, viz., the "Imperial International'' at I Shepherd's Bush, and the "Golden West" at Eari s Court. A novelty that will no douht be i an additional inducement to visit the city of pleasure is the running of a Sight-seeing Motor Car from Paddington Station on Bank Holiday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday I'll WllitSLIII for a totir round Loudon, leaving at 10.30 a.m. and 2.30 p m. each, day, visiting all the principal places of interest, tor the modest fare of 4s. The journey occu- pies about 2g hours, and a Guide-Lecturer accompanies the Car. For particulars of holidays such a'.s those mentioned, reference should be made to the Great Western Railway Company's list of special Whitsuntide excursions. The splendid hook "Holiday Haunts," which is published annually by the G.W.R., is now ready for 1909. The guide tlun year is larger than ever, and contains' hundreds of pages of useful information respecting towns on the line, also particulars of ttCconunodation, golf links, etc., with numerous illustrations. A copy- can be obtained, price 3d., at the "nearest Great Western Station of Office, together with particulars of all Whitsuntide .excursions.


Estates Committee.I

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