The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 20, March 25, 1897 by Various


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At my New Store (FEBRUARY 1ST)
3 & 5 West 18th Street
_The St. Ann Building_

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With the greatly increased facilities I can now offer to my customers the
convenience of an assortment of text-books and supplies more complete than
any other in any store in this city. Books will be classified according to
subject. Teachers and students are invited to call and refer to the
shelves when in search of information; every convenience and assistance
will be rendered them.

Reading Charts, miscellaneous Reference Charts, Maps, Globes, Blackboards,
and School Supplies at net prices singly or in quantity.

All books removed from old store (more or less damaged by removal) will be
closed out at low prices.

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_Mail orders promptly attended to_
_All books, etc., subject to approval_

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=William Beverley Hanson, 3 & 5 West 18th Street=
=FORMERLY 59 FIFTH AVENUE=



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FOR SALE

=10,000 STANDARD SCHOOL-BOOKS=

MORE OR LESS DAMAGED;

At from 20 to 60 per cent. less than wholesale price...

=2,000 COMPOSITION BOOKS= (retail price, 5 to 25 cents) =at 2 to 10 cents
each=.

=500 MAPS at half price or less=.

GOODS removed from Old Store, 59 Fifth Avenue;

Now at

NEW ADDRESS, 5 West 18th St.

Mail orders promptly attended to.

All books and material subject to approval.

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[Illustration: THE GREAT ROUND
WORLD
And WHAT IS GOING ON IN IT.]


VOL. 1 MARCH 25, 1897. NO. 20

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A Committee has been appointed by the English Parliament to inquire about
the raid made by Dr. Jameson into the Transvaal in December, 1895.

All London is deeply interested in this matter, so much so that a number
of the great English peers are present at the meetings, even the Prince of
Wales having attended several of them.

These meetings are held in Westminster Hall, which is one of the most
interesting buildings in London.

It was begun by King William Rufus, about 1090, and was used by the early
English Kings as a banqueting hall.

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