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1 ABBA - THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5Z2gR-lOXY

2 FRANCESCO NAPOLI - SANTA LUCIA

3 MADONNA - LA ISLA BONNITA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Xl4vl3fZ34

4 ABBA - ONE OF US - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qMsZSb0DdU

5 QUEEN - BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=JszN7h84TXs

6 SCORPIONS - HOLIDAY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8s3A-B4oas

7 ELVIS PRESLEY - TUTTI FRUTTI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjb5pfRvM2s

8 SANDRA - HY, HY, HY

9 GINA T. - TOKIO BY NIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJl_T6w1tBU

10GINA T. SUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME -

11 SANDRA - MARIA MAGDALENA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KBhW00yx58

12 GARY MOORE - STILL GOT THE BLUES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr0C0ExEJyo

13 SCORPIONS - STILL LOVING YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FptecA2HnE

14 ABBA - ANDANTE, ANDANTE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOAHtf81Hwo

15 EUROPE - FINAL COUNTDAWN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZkllM8znx4

16 ROXETTE - THE LOOK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_QGyLqQ2CI

17 QUEEN - WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdCrZfTkG1c

18 ABBA - TAKE A CHANCE OF ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYkWMAbFVc0

19 MADONNA - LIKE A VIRGIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHrDPD5bFQA

20 MODERN TALKING - YOU'RE MY HEART, YOU'RE MY SOUL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9AY8sZGavs

21 NAZARETH - DREAM ON - www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHF5D_zKB-o

22 GINA T. - HEY, ANGEL

23 JOHN LENNON - STAND BY ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISkLWgLpwRI

24 RICCHI E POVERI ACAPULCO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve5Xr9Bb0z0

25 KIM WILDE - NEVER TRUST A STRANGER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xan7FAJ1w90

26 MARTIN GORE - IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxoixiQc5U8

27 SAMANTHA FOX - I PROMISE YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=szylvTpr83E

28 STATUS QUO - (WE ARE) IN THE ARMY NOW - www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6J4kFC7hrg

29 BELINDA CARLISLE - LA LUNA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOjv20q9Qzg

30 DEPECHE MODE - STRANGE LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=GE5M1Or__io&feature=related

31 ABBA - I HAVE A DREAM - www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1AGTEwTCqk

32 ROXETTE - DRESSED FOR SUCCES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FwVD6BQApA

33 BEE GEES - TRAGEDY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=um2Lxambevc

34 MICHAEL JACKSON BAD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9VHQcLKW3c

35 SCORPIONS - BIELIVE IN LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d62dWjUDMA

36 SANDRA - LOREEN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mLN4ngsZQo

37 FRANCESCO NAPOLI - BALLA, BALLA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSl-8Pev_Xo&feature=related

38 QUEEN - RADIO GAGA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArbARCeam3I

39MILLI VANILLIGIRL, I'M GONNA MISS YOU

40ABBAHAPPY NEW YEAR

41 T'PAU - CHINA IN YOUR HAND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSh6SQd8UrI

42 ENYA - ORINOCCO FLOW - www.youtube.com/watch?v=a88-Tyl1gkI

43 UB40 - HERE I AM BABY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ6wgGxiA6Q

44BLUE SISTEM TESTAMENT D'AMELIA

45 ALAN PARSONS PROJECT - DON'T ANSWER ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAT7QYt2_C8

46 GEORGE MICHAEL - MOTHER'S PRIDE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRWyTLza_Uk

47 PAULA ABDUL - RUSH, RUSH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH_AJ4rDdEY

48 QUEEN - THE MIRACLE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrADb7CHDsc

49 MIDGE URE - IF I WAS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtFZlwzVEj8

50 LONDON BOYS - ELLA

51 DEPECHE MODE - ENJOY THE SILENCE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncvx8OVWaqg

52MADONNAMATERIAL GIRL

53SKID ROWI REMEMBER YOU

54GINA T.GOOD BYE MY LOVE, GOOD BYE

55 MC HAMMER - PRAY

56 BAD BOYS BLUE - YOU'RE THE WOMAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHG61zyv43Y

57 CINDY LAUPER - TIME AFTER TIME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C6AXnnjgqI

58 UMBERTO TOZZI - TI AMO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBFo9XCmSXs

59 ABBA - DANCING QUEEN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GFpMb0sOaw

60 SANDRA - ONE MORE NIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9YM4OP0Wh4

61 PHILL COLLINS - ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftlYLcEW_I4

62 ROXETTE - CHANGES

63 TINA TURNER - I DON'T WANNA LOSE YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FkdIKc7sYw

64 SAMANTHA FOX - NOTHING GONNA STOP ME NOW - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow8rsycBQ54

65 NKOTB - STEP BY STEP - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqWgSKgIDR4

66 FRANCESCO NAPOLI - MONDO MAGICO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCL-zcFAOSs

67 GINA T. - IN MY FANTASY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPkXZ-P2zAE

68 SONIA - LISTEN TO YOUR HEART - www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaUE-4Qc0P8

69 JASON DONOVAN - TOO MANY BROCKEN HEARTS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR3pQpqeqSc

70 JOHN LENNON - IMAGINE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEOkxRLzBf0

71 MICHAEL JACKSON - THRILLER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtyJbIOZjS8

72 ALPHAVILLE - SOUNDS LIKE A MELODY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxUJPry5CTE

73 FRANCE GALL - ELLA, ELLA L'A - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQkB-WWzsbg

74 GEORGE MICHAEL - TONIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a9q7gsIAYQ

75 EUROPE - SUPERSTITION - www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-T_xXOuIbs

76 MC HAMMER - U CAN'T TOUCH THIS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9nptjUs9FM

77 ABBA - HONEY, HONEY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-mVcS4TYhM

78 SPACE MONKEY - ONE MORE SHUT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt__nbs02wg

79 BELINDA CARLISLE - SUMMER RAIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=s67FEby4pE8

80 PET SHOP BOYS - WHERE THE STRAITS HAVE NO NAME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCSjWyvZIjI

81 DEPECHE MODE - BLACK CELEBRATION - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQ5ZiMqy_ek

82 SCORPIONS - WHEN THE SMOKE IS GOING DAWN

83 GRACE JONES - LA VIE EN ROSE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=modA9aa_ihA

84 BEE GEES - SECRET LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7ncGENPJFg

85 GOOMBAY DANCE BAND - IKO

86 BORIS GARDINER - I WANNA WAKE UP WITH YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AuHibzE0aY

87 BAD BOYS BLUE - HUNGRY FOR LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lTNVGzf1E0

88 SAMANTHA FOX - TOUCH ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiuimDNlyuQ

89 TINA TURNER - TWO PEOPLE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJNklB8moQ4

90 ROXETTE - HALF A WOMAN HALF A SHADOW - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fTKIDuW1Dc

91 CHRIS REA - AUBERGE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKxnB_DkeU0

92 BONEY M. - SUNNY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWYMlzifiBo

93 JENNIFER RUSH - THE POWER OF LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEI2rXVcUh8

94 GIPSY KINGS - ALL MY LOVING

95 JOHNNY LOGAN HOLD MY NOW -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k11lChNQqU

96 SANDRA - LITTLE GIRL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y58pDM2edgk

97 AC/DC - THUNDERSTRUCK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvoeeq-BH4w

98 EROS RAMAZZOTTI - ADESSO TU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoLyZELpmws

99 DIRE STRAITS - WALK OF LIFE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrjBddCTCmk

100 PET SHOP BOYS - IT'S A SIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-3jf3Vj850

101 PHILL COLLINS - ONE MORE NIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S8hpGRvYIY

102 SPANDAU BALLET - TRUE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYb83KM4at4

103 ABBA - SUMMER NIGHT CITY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJTIKsz3iTc

104 ALPHAVILLE - SUMMER IN BERLIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpIBYO88n38

105 CATALIN CRISAN - VORBESTE MAREA

106 WHITNEY HOUSTON - ALL THE MAN THAT I WANT

107 UB40 - WEDDING DAY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oI_RpevK4qw

108 WHAM - WAKE ME UP BEFORE YOU GO GO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hksil-KkebQ

109 GINA T. - BIRDS OF PARADISE

110 LONDON BOYS - IS IT LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yU5IZrjNyTk

111 VAYA CON DIOS - WHAT'S A WOMAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNRvI_PXWHg

112 TOTO CUTUGNO - SOLO NOI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5KBypdKoAU

113 AL BANO&ROMINA POWER - CARA TERRA MIA

114 EURYTHMICS - THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeI9c9Uvlrs

115 DEPECHE MODE - JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bhg8D8MVYxQ

116 QUEEN - IT'S A KIND OF MAGIC - www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLxN0wpFoP8

117 SMOKIE - LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcVLeUFW-AM

118 SABRINA - KISS

119 MODERN TALKING - YOU CAN WIN IF YOU WANT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxM8Kf5SeiA

120 BAD BOYS BLUE - I NEED A WOMAN

121 MARKY MARK&F.B. - WILDSIDE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCUrSF-fBIM

122 KYLIE MINOGUE - I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=girkbXtjILg

123 MICHAEL JACKSON - BILLY JEAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRZ5d9evWUg

124 SONY&CHER - I GOT YOU BABY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hGlYT38DZY

125 SAMANTHA FOX - HOLD ON TIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDqLMaWuXug

126 BEE GEES - MASSACHUSSETS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyog5mgvRK8

127 ABBA - GIMME, GIMME, GIMME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibtOshtX7T0

128 GIPSY KINGS - BEM, BEM, MARIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4ywf7ipeCM

129 BONEY M. - MA BAKER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dt77ZqE1bCA

130 GEORGE MICHAEL - FREEDOM - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTugeLRZ6GI

131 ALAN SORENTI - TU SEI L'UNICCA DONNA PER ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SWGPHuZ4x0

132 SAM BROWN - STOP - www.youtube.com/watch?v=muDZD3wgoHI

133 EURYTHMICS - LOVE IS STRANGE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLwy2QuVOUE

134 COMPACT - UN ALT INCEPUT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCbxeMbR_vw

135 AL BANO&ROMINA POWER - LIBERTA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0uP4kSCS6I

136 BEATLES - HELP! - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ibX3TejlZE

137 KIM WILDE - STONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtQINb3pEyE

138 STATUS QUO - FINE, FINE, FINE

139 SANDRA - WE'LL BE TOGETHER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=iygeiYo6smQ

140 SABRINA - SEXY GIRL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtiTJ9nS1Vg

141 QUEEN - BREAKTHRU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q22oGInO-uo

142 CHICAGO - HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLFg-FQy9Xk

143 CONNIE FRANCIS - PARADISO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlaXMh20Rxw

144 SMOKIE - MEXICAN GIRL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZcnM_hWkRA

145 MODERN TALKING - DIAMONDS NEVER MIND A LADY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9iQYPwo7oc

146 WHAM - LAST CHRISTMAS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUJeUAmfr6w

147 JOY - CHRISTMAS MIX

148 PRINCE - NOTHING COMPARES TO YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi7LT-YnQYo

149 DAVID HOLLYDAY - HIGH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGSxtMCU5NM

150 SOPHIA GEORGE- GIRLIE, GIRLIE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hNH2b05oGA

151JANE BIRKIN&SERGE GAINSBURG - JE T'AIME...MOI NON PLUS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHiMDB19Dyc

152 TINA TURNER - WAY OF THE WORLD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AzWdpWi1HA

153 GIPSY KINGS - SOPA DE CORASOL

154 JOHN NASH - ROCK YOUR BABY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGTtu3mLacE

155 FRANCESCO NAPOLI - SIMPHONY OF LOVE

156 ALPHAVILLE - BIG IN JAPAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXPUkrz7Uow

157 BAD BOYS BLUE - PRETTY YOUNG GIRL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3P07U-eOYWU

158 EROS RAMAZZOTTI - SE BASTASSE UNA CANZONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHMHEXHOkFc

159 CHRIS DE BURGH - LADY IN RED - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt2YIpZWBqA

160 LIONEL RITCHIE - SAY YOU, SAY ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=we0mk_J0zyc

161 NAZARETH - LOVE HURTS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrSs7gfLDjc

162 EROS RAMAZZOTTI - UNA STORIA IMPORTANTE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8470byw8hkY

163 BEE GEES - WORDS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn9cHegvcFI

164 SANDRA - EVERLASTING LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpkk3NInYe4

165 DEPECHE MODE - CLEAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5mgZavF4dg

166 BONEY M. - PAINTER MAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgevV4tpXVE

167 LEO SAYERS - WHEN I NEED YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Lq4in_4PfM

168 ABBA - FERNANDO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK06tbNFiEU

169 KIM WILDE - FOUR LETTER WORLD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYYqIArWYu0

170 STATUS QUO - LATE LAST NIGHT

171 TOTO CUTUGNO - NAPOLI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=JITX_ar8Lrs

172 SMOKIE - I'LL MEET YOU MIDNIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=J37fUj7NEl4

173 CUTTING CREW - I'VE BEEN IN LOVE BEFORE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=b75LKJLqI5o

174 BONNIE TYLER - BITTERBLUE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8v-hIr-Q9E

175 TEARS FOR FEARS - SHUT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1OduoZAUeM

176 C.C. CATCH - SOUL SURVIVOR - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdlWdlfsLpU

177 BEATLES - LET IT BE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=67J_66hdN-I

178 ALICE COOPER - POISON - www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RRY0R0Xgl0

179 GINA T. - STILL IN LOVE

180 JENNIFER RUSH - HEART OVER MIND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7aKKZM_acY

181CHER - IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5G4O5AMSevc

182 BAD BOYS BLUE - QUEEN OF HEARTS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkbtAuPzcD4

183 GARY MOORE - MIDNIGHT BLUES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-9jJUr9S0Q

184 EUROPE - PRISONIERS IN PARADISE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXatVNtQlgM

185 SIMON&GARFUNKEL - (IF I COULD) EL CONDOR PASSA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6i8HHrz2BI

186 MODERN TALKING - CHERRY, CHERRY LADY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWtN2_7EdLU

187 ABBA - MAMMA MIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-zKYl7w0G0

188 U2 - PRIDE (IN THE NAME OF LOVE) - www.youtube.com/watch?v=k04KzgYRKrE

189 ROD STEWARD - SAILLING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=34jZePnMQNQ

190 BILL HALEY&HIS COMETS - ROCK AROUD THE CLOCK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kes6jahveVg

191 ROXETTE - LISTEN TO YOUR HEART - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sJPUTTfNbg

192 METALICA - ONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5BoQ1qPPRs

193 SCOTT MCKENZIE - SAN FRANCISCO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKWiwfOhI6U

194 PAT BOONE - SPEEDY GONZALES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=szQ-KKekprY

195 MR BIG - JUST TAKE MY HEART - www.youtube.com/watch?v=igpxZvh5Ei8

196 BONEY M. - EL LUTE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kifhJlfu4EA

197 INX'S - NEED YOU TONIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUZhUjS630E

198 BELINDA CARLISLE - HALF THE WORLD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nLPJdeXAdI

199 ROLLING STONES - ANGIE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbZcslc9M78

200 NKOTB - HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW9QT99OKT8

201 SANDRA - LA VISTA DE LUNA

202 QUEEN - FRIENDS WILL BE FRIENDS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoKmWrQb2Gw

203GIPSY KINGSSOY

204PEABO BRYSON &ROBERTA FLACKTONIGHT I CELEBRATE MY LOVE

205 BONEY M. - GOTTA TO HOME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EjLWh2150I

206 MORIS ALBERT - FEELINGS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYgfXZuVNV0

207 GEORGE MICHAEL - FAITH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=XesXjkDLImg

208 ABBA - THE DAY BEFORE YOU CAME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYqYYnxhtgo

209 JASON DONOVAN - COMEBACK TO ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbZSBP5CgpI

210 ROY ORBINSON - CALIFORNIA BLUE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmuhPFHEbJo

211 BEATLES - LOVE ME DO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouzndIEbEsc

212 DSCHINGHIS KHAN - HUN, HAN, DSCHINGHIS KHAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_esCf2GSTI

213 GAZEBO - I LIKE CHOPIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-_6J03UCxs

214 SAMANTHA FOX - I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd-Ez00WJ9U

215 VIXEN - LOVE IS A KILLER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=1my4mYH5C90

216 SHEENA EASTON - FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BOWrm4xzQ0

217 JOHN WAITE - MISSING YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuR9_kWJZgU

218 MICHAEL JACKSON - KEEP THE FAITH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSLQand-AiQ

219 U2 - ONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFWPeVfWB9o

220 INXS - SUCCIDE BLONDE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-zRFrm0HEM

221 HEART - ALL I WANNA DO IS MAKE LOVE TO YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT7qBNpplUc

222 ABBA - ANGELEYES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AGe995z3Fk

223 CURE - FRIDAY I'M IN LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSmfNxmaQHc

224 EROS RAMAZZOTTI - MUSICA E - www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb4fN4bNNBg

225 LIONEL RITCHIE - DEEP RIVER WOMAN

226NAT KING COLEMONA LISA

227MADONNAEN VOGUE

228 PATRICK SWAYZE - SHE'S LIKE THE WIND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kO4I7i2mSAI

229GINA T.TOGETHER AGAIN

230 SIMON&GARFUNKEL - CECILIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0hdSfCSFn0

231 NEIL SEDAKA - ONE WAY TICKET - www.youtube.com/watch?v=utHd6SQn9Uk

232 TOTO CUTUGNO - MI PIACERE...BE ANDARE = www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4WFlJzEBd0

233 JON BON JOVI - BLAZE OF GLORY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=upenR6n7xWY

234 BLACK - WONDERFUL LIFE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyfu_mU-dmo

235 POLICE - DE, DU, DU, DU, DE, DA, DA, DA

236 CAT STEVENS - MORNING HAS BROKEN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TWd3skb-Rw

237 MOODY BLUES - NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=13uWfr_EY1o

238 NKOTB - TONIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B_ZOGuV5c4

239 C.C. CATCH - HEARTBREACK HOTEL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=DteIcZ1A-VM

240 NEIL SEDAKA - OH!, CAROL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ux49UBie-w8

241 SMOKIE - OH, CAROL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xdozj_FuoqU

242 VAYA CON DIOS - NAH, NEH, NAH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LUm-E4GPU8

243 RICHARD MARX - ANGELIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=FujIQkKH15w

244 CHRIS ISAAK - WICKED GAME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tT8JJXoVNRs

245 DEEP PURPLE - SOLDIER OF FORTUNE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aiy3yHaIE0o

246 BUDDY HOLLY&THE CRICKETS - PEGGY SUE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=XccBx9rp4eo

247 BYRDS - MR. TAMBOURINE MAN LOVE

248NATALIE COLEMISS YOU LIKE CRAZY

249 ROY ORBINSON - YOU GOT IT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTuhx_Kof9w

250 JOSE FELICIANO - CHE SERA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfiPKNyEvaY

251 LONDON BOYS - LONDON NIGHT

252 CLINT EASTWOOD - STOP THAT TRAIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vt-8B6MkRM8

253 BEATLES - O-BLA-DI, O-BLA-DA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJhcGepfG04

254 A-HA - CRYING IN THE RAIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9bWsh8dsbI

255 ABBA - ARRIVAL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD9QJvkBDCc

256 STEVIE WONDER I JUST CALLED TO SAY I LOVE YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY45DkaP9Ls

257ELTON JOHN&GEORGE MICHAELDON'T LET GO THE SUN

258WAINE WADE LADY

259PAUL YOUNGDON'T DREAM IT'S OVER

260AARON NEVILLEEVERYBODY PLAYS THE FOOL

261FOREIGNERWAITING FOR A GIRL LIKE YOU

262 IRIS - CINE MA STRIGA IN NOAPTE? - www.youtube.com/watch?v=WS6ixT5Yxf4

263 FIREHOUSE - WHEN I LOOK INTO YOUR EYES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZRQlqH4flk

264 CARS - DRIVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBLGlb-MOGg

265 JOAN JET&THE BLACK HEARTS - I LOVE ROCK AND ROLL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3T_xeoGES8

266 RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS - UNCHAINED MELODY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-idDbIfGvw

267 SUZI QUATRO - IF YOU CAN'T GIVE ME YOUR LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA4ATHmWhGA

268 BETTE MIDLER - FROM A DISTANCE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDSh5wUtXt4

269 NEIL SEDAKA - CALENDAR GIRL - www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgDZOhQbmRs

270 U2 - LOVE RESQUE ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxXdq1gSk9o

271 ERASURE - OH L'AMOUR - www.youtube.com/watch?v=psH7lpJllg4

272 DSCHINGHIS KHAN - MEXICO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5s6ey7Whq6A

273 UMBERTO TOZZI - GLORIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzDLHcY9nW4

274 JERRY LEE LEWIS - GREAT BALS OF FIRE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQMYtUB2Y_k

275 HEART - ALONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxfdDrKO8uM

276 SANTANA - EUROPA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBDLQZgntYE

277 ABBA - RING, RING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6ArZoApdvI

278 ASWAD - DON'T TURN AROUND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd2qdsC17qs

279 BAD BOYS BLUE - CHAINS OF LOVE

280 BONNIE TYLER - AGAINS THE WIND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBDsVZHehSo

281 GINA T. - THE WINDOW OF MY HEART

282 STATUS QUO - CAROLINE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY96gAVjz_c

283 DOROTHY MORE - IF YOU GIVE ME YOUR HEART - www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAz-HamGx6A

284 BUGGLES - VIDEO KILLED IN THE RADIO STARR - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKXtkgfJ4iU

285 CRISTIANS - WORDS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_CzZhm-RrY

286 BEE GEES - WORLD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIEc14p9WNc

287 BONNIE TYLER - TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART - www.youtube.com/watch?v=55nTwg5NIPM

288 EDDY GRANT& EQUALS - I DON'T WANNA DANCE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQGspqWqUyI

289 CULTURE CLUB - DON'T YOU REALLY WANT TO HURT ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvddcQ9b5pw

290 SIMON&GARFUNKEL - THE SOUND OF SILENCE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZGWQauQOAQ

291 BONEY M. - BROWN GIRL IN THE RING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qJTyGmZeLo

292 ELVIS PRESLEY - JAILHOUSE ROCK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRu3tw9fYxE

293 ABBA - MONEY, MONEY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3MHptWvC-s

294 VAYA CON DIOS - I DON'T WANT TO KNOW

295 ALPHAVILLE - A VICTORY OF LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpb4I6sSj80

296 ALICE COOPER - HOUSE OF FIRE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LuKSnhPgQk

297 MICHAEL JACKSON - DIRTY DIANA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hg-IRZk4D0

298 JOHN LENNON - JEALOUS GUY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lLs2dC9NaE

299 SCORPIONS - COMING HOME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6IBaEObY_o

300 PET SHOP BOYS - SUBURBIA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEbikoW0Fn4

301 C.C. CATCH - HOUSE OF MYSTIC LIGHTS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=gx89gZFqmVs

302 SINEAD O'CONNOR - NOTHING COMPARES TO YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiTM6PaXHHg

303 KYLIE MINOGUE - I GUESS I LIKE IT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC-g_T-3opc

304 ERIC CLAPTON - WONDERFUL TONIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yekz__cCci0

305 CURE - CLOSE TO ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3hdytcAUjI

306 AMERICA - THE LAST UNICORN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdsmqwCRoM8

307 PM SAMPSON&DOUBLE KEY - WE LOVE TO LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqP8aum6cpo

308 BRIAN FERRY&ROXY MUSIC - SLAVE TO LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYdF1qjMNks

309 FRANCESCO NAPOLI - PIANO, PIANO

310 ROY ORBINSON - HEARTBREACK RADIO

311 BOBBY HEBB - SUNNY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjZaXn18kKY

312 BRIAN ADAMS - HEAVEN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSdKxtbtwxc

313 LONDON BOYS - MY LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yU5IZrjNyTk

314 BAD ENGLISH - THE TIME ALONE WITH YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcaQtyaeufg

315 REO SPEEDWAGON - KEEP ON LOVING YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgT_mJXbvCQ

316 RICCHI E POVERI - SARA PERCHE TI AMO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCvUOBGpk6Y

317 FREDDIE MERCURY - THE GREAT PRETENDER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3L29U_8c9U

318 FALCO - ROCK ME AMADEUS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wrd7capPKaw

319 LED ZEPPELIN - STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayzhJKy8H_A

320 AL BANO&ROMINA POWER - SHARAZAM - ROMINA POWER - SHARAZAM

321 COMPACT - FATA DIN VIS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTJqIkSuf6s

322 ABBA - KNOWING ME, KNOWING TOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKDdaVRNGwE

323 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - BORN IN USA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIekamBDiAw

324 KAOMA - LAMBADA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AfTl5Vg73A

325 PINK FLOYD - WISH YOU WERE HERE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXdNnw99-Ic

326 PHIL COLLINS - ALL OF MY LIFE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2hnw22MZwg

327 BON JOVI - YOU GIVE LOVE IN A BAD NAME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvfnrNOe3gA

328 EUROPE - CARRIE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj1JXL-zvyw

329 GARY MOORE - EMPTY ROOMS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFUW621lgXY

330 JOHN LENNON - X-MAS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8jw-ifqwkM

331 BZN - WE ALL WE DANCE

332 JENNIFER RUSH - COME UNDONE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNbe637XSmU

333 EDDY GRANT& EQUALS - GIMME HOPE, JO'ANNA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNNfAuMq-M0

334 KYLIE MINOGUE - TEARS IN MY PILLOW - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE5YreJFS-U

335 KENNY ROGERS&SHEENA EASTON - WE'VE GOT TONIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogWcJeV7r4Y

336 ADRIANO CELENTANO - SUZANNA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj32jEBLCIA

337 JOE COCKER - DON'T YOU LOVE ME ANYMORE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxOmusS4fFI

338 MUSICAL YOUTH - PASS THE DUTCHIE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG3Nsz8tOqo

339 JUNE LODGE - SOMEONE LOVES YOU HONEY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujaDdFxPygs

340 GEORGE MICHAEL - CARELEES WHISPER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VqHorjSMA8

341 DEEP PURPLE - SMOKE ON THE WATER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zz1gOIxHPE

342 PRETENDERS - DON'T GET ME WRONG - www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_Bj8wrXslk

343 JIMMY CLIFF - REGGAE NIGHT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dujSAhnEsk

344 ZIGGY MARLEY - TOMORROW PEOPLE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWxvdbJ2Pbs

345 BOB MARLEY&THE WAILERS - ONE LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4fqqUQhx6k

346 ROBIN BECK - THE FIRST TIME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7nrrLzNpv0

347 PUPO - SU DI NOI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_au6L0k41Y

348 ROXETTE - SPENDING MY TIME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrD1hjjex5Y

349 DSCHINGHIS KHAN - LORELEI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9XgVR_Hs28

350 KOREEANA - HAND IN HAND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBscXKsD1x8

351 CULTURE CLUB - YOU'RE MY SUNSHINE

352 GEORGE MICHAEL - ONE MORE TRY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7Iiz1g1WLk

353 NICK KAMEN - I PROMISED MYSELF - www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiC5BdIVfm8

354 MIREILLE MATHIEU - LA PALOMA ADIEU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SXi4U-0My8

355 BONEY M. - HOARAY...IT'S A HOLIDAY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-s4wWXTNRc

356 SANTANA - SAMBA PA TI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzSayxVM_E0

357 MARCO MASSINI - VAI CON LUI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkVh_SNTfQg

358 CLIFF RICHARD - CONGRATULATIONS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=us3dQ0nnlHY

359 AL BANO&ROMINA POWER - SEMPRE, SEMPRE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyGqvJKjiDE

360 ABBA - CASSANDRA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pp3uvtXa0GY

361 GINA T. - ONE OF US

362 COMPACT - CANTEC PENTRU PRIETENI - www.youtube.com/watch?v=tX9fsQRoviQ

363 RAF TARIF - YOUR BABY TONIGHT

364 P.J. PROBY - HOLD ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwWxhB-j3rk

365 LITTLE RICHARD - GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhybWFjuN2g

366 TERRY JACKS - SEASONS IN THE SUN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfm-17pu6SQ

367 MARY HOPKIN - THOSE WERE THE DAYS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5pkkAhETYg

368 SANDIE SHAW - PUPPETS IN THE STRING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRgAZL2Oz44

369 M - POPMUSIK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-7WawS48xE

370 SKEETER DAVIS - THE END OF THE WORLD - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qgcy-V6YIuI

371 HARRY NILLSON - EVERYBODY'S TALKING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AzEY6ZqkuE

372 GARY PUCKET - LADY WILLPOWER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAzdZh2j0YA

373 JOHN PAUL - YOUNGLOVE IS IN THE AIR - www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNC0kIzM1Fo

374 SARAGOSA BAND - ZABADAK - www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNQV0mboKg8

375 RAFAELLA CARRA - LOLA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GCye_wsoBU

376 FANCY - BOLERO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bs66fVgrG8

377 AUDREY LANDERS - MANUEL GOOD-BYE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUG6roxf1ZU

378JAY&THE AMARICANSCOME A LITTLE BIT CLOSER

379SEARCHERSSUGAR AND SPICE

380 LITTLE PEGGY MARCH - I WILL FOLLOW HIM - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlzarnEKYVs

381 SHAKIN' STEVENS - YOU DRIVE ME CRAZY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNR3ZaV43t8

382 P.P. ARNOLD - ANGEL IN THE MORNING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDLmfAkaXw4

383 DAWN - KNOCK THREE TIMES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLMtWPT2OLI

384 RINGO STARR - PHOTOGRAPH - www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-k_3csLKjE

385ALVIN STRADUSTPRETEND

386POLICEEVERY BREATH YOU TAKE

387GEORGE BAKER SELECTIONPALOMA BLANCA

388SIMON&GARFUNKELI'M A ROCK

389JIM DIAMONDI SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER

390SIR DOUGLAS QUINTETMENDOCINO

391GERRY & PACEMAKERSHOW DO YOU DO IT

392FREEALL RIGHT NOW

393ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRAROCK AND ROLL IS KING

394GIBSON BROTHERSMARIANA

395AGNETHA FALTSKOG& CHRIS NORMANONCE BURNED TWICE SKY

396PLATTERSONLY YOU

397DR. HOOKSILVIA'S MOTHER

398RUBETTESSUGAR BABY LOVE

399CLOUTSUBSTITUTE

400GLEN MEDEIROSNOTHING'S GONNA CHANGE MY LOVE

401JOHNNY LOGAN WHAT'S ANOTHER YEAR

402KEN LASZLOTONIGHT

403DRIFTERSSAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME

404LESLEY GOREIT'S MY PARTY

405SECRET SERVICEOH SUSIE

406QUEEN&DAVID BOWIEUNDER PRESURE

407KIM WILDEKIDS OF AMERICA

408ROY ORBINSON ONLY THE LONELY

409SHIRELLESWILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW

410SARAGOSA BANDAGADOU

411MUNGO JERRYIN THE SUMMERTIME

412MAMAS & PAPASDEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE

413BROTHERHOOD OF MANSAVE ALL YOUR KISSED FOR ME

414KEITH MARSHALLONLY CRYING

415BEACH BOYSSURFIN' USA

416CHAMPSTEQUILA

417JAN&DEANSURF CITY

418STEVE ROWLANDSIMPATHY

419JACKIE DE SHANNONWHEN YOU WALK IN THE ROOM

420ELVIS PRESLEYALWAYS ON MY MIND

421PHOENIXMICA TIGANIADA

422BLONDIEHEART OF GLASS

423ADRIANO CELENTANO IL TEMPO SE NE VA

424CREAMWHITE ROOM

425BEATLESROCK AND ROLL OR MUSIC

426GENE PITNEYI'M GONNA BE STRONG

427MONKEESLAST TRAIN TO CLARSKVILLE

428BILLY BLANDLET THE LITTLE GIRL DANCE

429BOBETTESMR. LEE

430TONY CHRISTIEIN THIS THE WAY TO AMARILLO

431MADNESSOUR HOUSE

432ELTON JOHNBLUE EYES

433ULTRAVOXVIENNA

434PEGGY LEE FEVER

435PAUL ANKADIANA

436OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN&E.L.O.XANADU

437PETER GABRIELGAMES WITHOUT FRONTIERS

438KYU SAKAMOTOSUKIAKY

439MARILYN MONROEKISS

440LA COSTANUESTRA NOCE

441LYNN ANDERSONROSE GARDEN

442BYRDSTURN, TURN, TURN

443 RUTH BROWN - MAMA, HE TREATS YOUR DAUGHTER MEAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEy4CS7Frac

444 DEPECHE MODE - MASTER OR SERVANTS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jVuKt3VhMs

445RICK ASTLEYNEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP

446 RITCHIE VALENS - LA BAMBA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Coy8Hoa1DNw

447 FOUR SEASONS - DECEMBER '63 - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o7-3pe9uns

448BRIAN FERRY&ROXY MUSICTHE PRICE OF LOVE

449CONNIE FRANCISDON'T BREACK THE HEART THAT LOVE

450OTTWANYOU'RE O.K.

451HOT CHOCOLATEYOU SEXY THING

452HOLLIESSORRY SUZANE

453COASTERSALONG CAME JONES

454DAVE DAVIESDEATH OF A CLOWN

455HALL&OATESMENEATER

456JOE COCKERWITH THE LITTLE HELP OF MY FRIEND

457DONNA SUMMERMcARTHUR PARK

458CLOVERSDEVIL OR ANGEL

459LITTLE RICHARDTUTTI FRUTTI

460ABBACHIQUIQUITA

461CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVALHEY TONIGHT

462DEAN MARTINEVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY

463L.U.V.CASSANOVA

464SAM COOKEWHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD

465SHIRELLESSOLDIER BOY

466BRIAN ADAMSSUMMER '69

467CLYDE McPHATTERTRESURE OF LOVE

468EDDIE COCHRANSUMMERTIME BLUES

469PAUL SIMON LATE IN THE EVENING

470DESIRELLESVOYAGE, VOYAGE

471DAVID BOWIESORROW

472PETULA CLARKSAILOR

473KINGLOVE AND PRIDE

474BOBBY DARINDREAMLOVER

475CAT STEVENSWILD WORLD

476DIRE STRAITSTWISTING BY THE POOL

477VAN MORRISONBROWN EYED GIRL

478SHAKIN' STEVENSOH, JULIE

479KENNY ROGERSLADY

480TOM JONESDELILAH

481COMMODORESNIGHT SHIFT

482 RAY CHARLES - I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU

483 BELINDA CARLISLE - CIRCLE IN THE SAND - www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDcC9bnRciQ

484 STATUS QUO - DOWN, DOWN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWvGlPf-z7I

485 BOBBY VEE - TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mutxi_HNv3w

486 SANTANA - BLACK MAGIC WOMAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_b3LMoQUJ0

487SECRET SERVICEYE-SI-CA

488 SEARCHERS - TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HaaJSmqezo

489ROMANTICSTALKING IN YOUR SLEEP

490C. JEROMEKISS ME

491SMOKEY ROBINSONBEIGH WITH YOU

492ENRICO MACIASZINGARELLA

493CASCADESRHYTMN OF THE RAIN

494OVERLANDERSMICHELLE

495STINGENGLISHMAN IN NEW YORK

496FRANKIE AVALONVENUS

497BANANARAMAVENUS

498JIMMY CLANTONVENUS IN BLUE JEANS

499RICKY NELSONHELLO, MARY LOU

500BOBBY SOLOUNA LACRIMA SUR VISO

501FATS DOMINOBLUEBERRY HILL

502LEAPY LEELITTLE ARROW

503RUFUS THOMASWALKING THE DOG

504GODLEY&CREMECRY

505HOTLEGSNEANDHERTHAL MAN

506LOVIN' SPOONFULDAYDREAM

507CRYSTALSDA DOO RON RON

508SHANGRI-LASTHE LEADER OF THE PACK

509STEPENWOLFBORN TO BE WILD

510BANGLESMANIC MONDAY

511BLACKEVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROSES

512MR. BLOEGROOVING WITH MR. BLOE

513PUSSYCATMISSISSIPPI

514JEANNIE C. RYLEYHARPER VALEY P.T.A

515CHICAGOI'M A MAN

516RITCHIE VALENSOH, DONNA

517B.J. THOMASRAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD

518DIAMONDSLITTLE DARLING

519JACKSON FIVEI WAN'T YOUR BACK

520KINKSLOLA

521Z.Z. TOPLEGS

522NEIL SEDAKA KING OF CLOWNS

523RICKY KINGRIO GRANDE

524JOE DOLANMAKE ME AN ISLAND

525SUPERTRAMPIT RAINING AGAIN

526BZNMR. DAN

527GARY GLITTERROCK AND ROLL (PART 1)

528ANIMALSDON'T LET ME BE MISUNDERSTUD

529BACCARATHE DEVIL SEND YOU TO LORADO

530PATTY RYANYOU'RE MY LOVE, YOU'RE MY LIFE

531SISTER SLEDGEFRANKIE

532CHRIS MONTEZLET'S DANCE

533MELANIELAY DOWN

534FRANK SINATRASINGIN' IN THE RAIN

535GOOMBAY DANCE BANDMONKEY

536ENGELBERT HUMPERDINKLES BYCICLETTES DE BELSIZE

537FANCYFLAMES OF LOVE

538QUEEN SOMEBODY TO LOVE

539TROGGSLOVE IS ALL AROUND

540RAFAELLA CARRAFIESTA

541MAMMA CASSDREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF ME

542DON McLEANAMERICAN PIE

543DELLA REESEDON'T YOU KNOW

544STEPHAN REMLERSTELL DIS VOS OF GEHT

545SPINNERSCOULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE

546 SUZI QUATRO& CHRIS NORMAN - STUMBLIN IN' - www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbt_FEAUVU4

547 DON GIBSON - OH, LONESOME ME - www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RDxTe7FHpo

548 JULIO IGLESIAS - QUERERO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoJ0_qMzQkU

549 DR. HOOK - WHEN YOU ARE IN LOVE WITH A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oNZyMVTVCE

550 DIANA ROSS&THE SUPREMES - SOMEDAY WE'LL BE TOGETHER - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ll-bm28UfA

551 CLYDE McPHATTER&THE DRIFTERS - WHITE CHRISTMAS - www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgGcrvApljY

552BEACH BOYSCHRISTMAS DAY

553DSCHINGHIS KHANOLE

554HOT BUTTERPOPCORN

555BING CROSBYJINGLE BELS

556GERARD JOLLINGSPANISH HEART

557C.C. CATCHBACK SEAT OF YOUR CADILLAC

558KAOMADANCANDO LAMBADA

559CANNED HEATON THE ROAD AGAIN

560LAVERN BAKERSOUL ON FIRE

561BAD COMPANYCAN'T GET ENOUGH

562BILLY PAULME&MRS. JONES

563ERIC CLAPTONLAY DOWN SALLY

564JIM CROCEBAD, BAD LEROY BROWN

565JOE TURNERFLIP, FLOP AND FLY

566THEMHERE COMES THE NIGHT

567HERMAN'S HERMITSNO MILK TODAY

568BILL HALEY&HIS COMETSSHAKE, RATTL AND ROLL

569PLATTERSSMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES

570CHUBBY CHECKERLET'S TWIST AGAIN

571T'REXGET IT ON

572ARCHIESSUGAR, SUGAR

573FOUR TOPSBABY I NEED YOUR LOVING

574 GIGLIOLA CINQUETTI - NON NO L'ETA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAJj4dZjIYY

575TOM JONESWHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT

576JANIS JOPLIN TRY (JUST A LITTLE BIT HARDER)

577ROLLING STONESYOU BETTER MOVE ON

578GENE PITNEYIT'S HURT TO BE IN LOVE

579HOLLIESCARRIE-ANNE

580OMDSO IN LOVE

581MARY McGREGORTHORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS

582CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVALPROUD MARY

583MAMAS & PAPASMONDAY, MONDAY

584VILLAGE PEOPLEY. M. C.A.

585FATS DOMINOTHERE GOES MY HEART

586CHERBANG, BANG

587EVERLY BROTHERSBYE, BYE LOVE

588NEIL DIAMONDBEAUTIFUL NOISE

589NAT KING COLEWHEN I FALL IN LOVE

590CHUCK BERRYSWEET LITTLE SIXTEEN

591KINKSYOU REALLY GOT ME?

592BEATLESCOME TOGETHER

593AL MARTINOSPANISH EYES

594TOMMY ROEDIZZY

595PAUL ANKAPUT YOUR HEAD ON MY SHOULDER

596KENNY LOGGINSFOODLOOSE

597KATE BUSHRUNNING UP THAT HILL

598DIRE STRAITSBROTHERS IN ARMS

599ROGER MILLERKING OF THE ROAD

600EAGLESHOTEL CALIFORNIA

601CARDINALSTHE DOOR IS STILL OPEN

602DIAMONDSA BEGGAR FOR YOUR KISSED

603BUDDY HOLLYBECAUSE I LOVE YOU

604FALCOVIENNA CALLING

605GEORGE McRAEROCK YOUR BABY

606DUSTY SPRINGFIELDYOU DON'T HAVE TO SEE YOU LOVE ME

607DOUBLETHE CAPTAIN OF YOUR HEART

608FLEETWOOD MACGIPSY

609JOE DASSINSI TU T'APPELLE MELANCOLIE

610RONETTESBE MY BABY

611CRYSTAL GAYLLEDON'T IT MAKE MY BROWN EYES BLUE

612BRENDA LEEI'M SORRY

613ELVIS PRESLEYLOVE ME TENDER

614T'NT PARTY ZONEONE NIGHT IN BANGKOK

615PAT BOONELOVE LETTERS IN THE SAND

616DURAN DURANGIRLS ON FILM

617CHUCK WILLISC.C. RIDER

618MANFRED MANN EARTH BANDDO WHAH DIDDY DIDDY

619ROD STEWARDBABY JANE

620CLOVERSLOVE, LOVE, LOVE

621JOHNNY CYMBALMR. BASEMAN

622WILSON PICKETLAND OF 1000 DANCES

623BEE GEESHOW DEEP IT'S YOUR LOVE

624TOKENSTHE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT

625 PAUL ANKA - YOU ARE MY DESTINY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6dbacqbp90

626DEL SHANONHATS OFF TO LARY

627MARVIN GAYESEXUAL HEALLING

628MIDDLE OF THE ROADSACRAMENTO

629HUMAN LEAGUEDON'Y YOU WAN'T ME

630DEAN MARTINTHAT'S AMORE

631HELEN SHAPIROYOU DON'T KNOW

632EURYTHMICSRIGHT BY YOUR SIDE

633MOODY BLUESQUESTIONS

634OMDLOCCOMOTION

635EDDY GRANT& EQUALSELECTRIC AVENUE

636SUPERTRAMPGOOD-BYE STRANGER

637KISSGOD GIVE ROCK AND ROLL TO YOU

638DION THE WANDERER

639SLADEMY OH MY

640DALIDALA DANZA DI ZORBA

641NEIL DIAMONDGIRL, YOU'LL BE A WOMAN SOON

642JIMI HENDRIXCASTLES MIND OF SAND

643FEARGHAL SHARKEYA GOOD HEART

644VAN HALENJUMP

645FOREIGNERI WAN'T TO KNOW TO LOVE IS

646ABCALL OF MY HEART

647ORIOLESCRYINGIN THE CHAPEL

648A FLOCK OF SEAQULLSWISHING (IF I HAD A PHOTOGRAPH)

649BOB DYLANBLOWING IN THE WIND

650UB40RED RED WINE

651DONOVANATLANTIS

652DAVID BOWIEASHES TO ASHES

653JEFFERSON AIRPLANESOMEBODY TO LOVE

654THREE FUN BOYS&BANANARAMAIT AIN'T THAT YOU DO IT

655PAUL McCARTNEYNO MORE LONELY NIGHT

656SURVIVOREYE OF THE TIGER

657JIMMY CLIFFWONDERFUL WORLD BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE

658HERDFROM THE UNDERWOOD

659SPENCER DAVIS GROUPI'M A MAN

660FRANK SINATRASTRANGERS IN THE NIGHT

661JOHNNY RIVERSMENPHIS

662CRESTSSIXTEEN CANDLES

663DRIFTERSSWEETS FOR MY SWEET

664PERCY SLEDGEWHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN

665RUBETTESI CAN DO IT

666TREMLOESSILENCE IS GOLDEN

667EDITH PIAFMYLORD

668BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARSSPEENING WHEEL

669FORTUNESHERE COMES THAT RAINY DAY FEELING AGAIN

670EMERSON LIKE&PALMERC'EST LA VIE

671EDDIE FLOYDKNOCK ON WOOD

672BZNMAY WE ALWAYS BE TOGETHER?

673JEFF BACKHY HO SILVER LYNING

674YAZOODON'T GO

675FATS DOMINOAIN'T THAT A SHAME

676GILBERT MONTAGNETHE FOOL

677SAME&DAVEYOU DON'T KNOW LIKE I KNOW

678ELVIS PRESLEYDON'T

679SONY&CHERTHE BEAT GOES ON

680BACCARASORY, I'M A LADY

681EVERLY BROTHERSWAKE UP LITTLE SUZZY

682PINK FLOYDSEE EMILY PLAY

683FIVE YOUNG CANNIBALSSHE'S DRIVE ME CRAZY

684AGNETHA FALTSKOGI WAN'T LET YOU GO

685MIKE OLDFIELD&MAGGIE REILLYMOONLIGHT SHADOW

686BUDDY HOLLYRAVE ON

687PRINCEWHEN DOVES CRY

688BOBBY VEERUBBER BALL

689ANIMALSHOUSE OF THE RISING SUN

690 SOULFEEL DYNAMICS - MADEMOISELLE NINETTE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOICpWSavSs

691 PATTY LABELLE - LADY MARMELADE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lxL6lijQfI

692 KID CREOL&THE COCONUTS - ANY, I'M NOT YOUR DADY - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdFHeOkQ1iU

693 BARRY WHITE - I'M GONNA LOVE YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=xN38uI2oKkA

694 CREW CUTS - S'D BOOM - www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmEGEmUBJUI

695 FLORIN BOGARDO - SA IUBIM TRANDAFIRII - www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9_ylQruaiU

696 JERRY LEE LEWIS - WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yRdDnrB5kM

697 DOLLY PARTON - I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_utP1mGoutQ

698 JAMES BROWN - SEXMACHINE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUgIQej9SMg

699 DANNY&THE JUNIORS - ALL THE HOOP

700 HARRY NILLSON - WITHOUT YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6C_Q-_RTS8

701 SWEET - COCO - www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpzKlmJFrKw

702 MICHEL SARDOU - LA MALADIE D'AMOUR - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzSUNRvEiUM

703VENTURESWALK DON'T RUN

704ISLEY BROTHERSTWIST AND SHOUT

705M.A.A.R.S.PUMP UP THE JAM

706GENE PITNEYTHE MAN WHO SHUT LIBERY VALENCE

707SALVATORE ADAMOA DEMAIN SUR LA LUNE

708GENE VINCENTPISTOL PAKIN MAMA

709SARAH VAUGHANSUMMERTIME

710PROCOL HARUMA WHITER SHADE OF PALE

711INDEEPLAST NIGHT A DJ SAD MY LIFE

712EDDY GRANT& EQUALSBABY, COMEBACK

713LED ZEPPELINSINCE I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU

714GOOMBAY DANCE BANDSUN OF JAMAICA

715IRENE CARAWHAT A FEELING

716SOUL TO SOULBACK TO LIFE

717JULIO IGLESIASMANUELA

718BEE GEESSPICKS AND SPECKS

719DIANA ROSS&THE SUPREMESCAN HURRY LOVE

720FIRST CLASSBEACH BABY

721ROLLING STONESI CAN'T GET KNOW SATISFACTION

722AC/DCTOUCH TOO MUTCH

723JOHNNY TILLOTSONPOETRY IN MOTION

724SARAGOSA BANDCOCO

725OTIS REDDINGTHIS ARMS OF MINE

726DAWNTIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND OAK TREE

727CHARLES AZNAVOURSHE

728MICHAEL ZAGGER BANDLET'S ALL CHANT

729LULU & THE LUVVERSHOUT

730BOB MARLEY&THE WAILERSNO WOMAN NO CRY

731TOM JONESTHE GREEN GREEN GRAAS OF HOME

732CARLY SIMONYOU'RE SO VAIN

733CLIFF RICHARDTHE YOUNG ONES

734CAMEOWORD UP

735CARL DOUGLASKUNG FU FIGHTING

736JOE DASSINCHAMP D'ELISEE

737ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRATWILIGHT

738BLONDIETHE TIDE IS HIGH

739BERNIE PAULATTENTIONE

740ABBAWHEN ALL IS SIDE AND DONE

741BILLY IDOLEYES WITHOUT A FACE

742FOUR SEASONSSHERRY

743RICKY NELSONPOOR LITTLE FOOL

744KALIN TWINSWHEN

745TOMMY ROEEVERYBODY

746JIMMY JAMES & THE VAGABONDSNOW IT'S THE TIME

747SABRINABOYS

748BARRY BLUEDANCING IN THE SATURDAY NIGHT

749ERIC CLAPTONI SHOT THE SHERIFF

750SMOKIEWHAT CAN I DO?

751JOE COCKERDELTA LADY

752LOVIN' SPOONFULSUMMER IN THE CITY

753TOKLETSROZALIA CARNAVAL

754POLICEROXANE

755SEX PISTOLSGOD SAVE THE QUEEN

756TONY CHRISTIEKISSIN' THE NIGHT

757CARL PERKINSBLUE SUEDE SHOES

758ENGELBERT HUMPERDINKRELEASE ME

759CHRIS MONTEZTHE MORE I SEE YOU

760ERUPTIONONE WAY TICKITS

761ALISON MOYETTHAT OLD DEVIL CALED LOVE

762SMALL FACESLTCHYCOO PARK

763CONNIE FRANCISEVERYBODY SOMEBODY'S FOOL

764WALKER BROTHERSMAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF

765GLORIA GAYNORI WILL SURVIVE

766GERRY & PACEMAKERSFERRY CROSS A MERCEY

767LOS BRAVOSBLACK IS BLACK

768AL BANO&ROMINA POWERPRIMA NOTTE D'AMORE

769DUANE EDDYPEPE

770BEN E. KINGSTAND BY ME

771 NEIL SEDAKA - BREATHING UP IT'S HARD TO DO

772 DOMENICO MODUGNO - VOLARE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iLSKqekLHY

773 IMAGINATION - JUST AN ILUSION

774 MIHAI CONSTANTINESCU - UN ZIMBET O FLOARE

775 ALLISONS - ARE YOU SURE? - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVY4vSvQbn0

776 GENESIS - MAMA - www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuXhMaCD4zI

777 DANA - ALL KINDS OF EVERYTHING - www.youtube.com/watch?v=Web7izwZJFo

778 YES - OVER OF A LONELY NIGHT

779 NEIL DIAMOND - SEPTEMBER MORN' - www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6SuqSrbfIw

780 DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU - www.youtube.com/watch?v=MczZzJ-jy5c

781 PETER & GORDON - WORLD WITHOUT LOVE - www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwE1_me5Qzg

782 FLEETWOOD MAC - LOOKING FROM SOMEBODY

783WHAMCLUB TROPICANA

784TEDDY BEARTO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM

785DONOVANCOLOUR

786MARSHALL&HAINDANCING IN THE CITY

787TELLY SAVALASSOME BROCKEN HEART NEVER MIND

788LITTLE EVALOCCOMOTION

789BEATLESSHE LOVES YOU

790SHAKIN' STEVENSGIVE ME YOUR HEART TONIGHT

791JOAN BAEZIMAGINE

792COASTERSPOISSON IVY

793DURAN DURANNOTORIUS

794Z.Z. TOPGIVE ME ALL YOUR LOVING

795BEACH BOYSCOTTONFIELDS

796ANDREW SISTERSDON'T SIT ON THE APPLE TREE

797HELEN SHAPIROWALKING BACK TO HAPPYNESS

798CLIFFONSHE'S SO FINE

799K.C.&SUNSHINE BANDPLEASE, DON'T GO

800CILLA BLACKYOU'RE MY WORLD

801OMDENOLA GAY

802GENE KELLY&PETE MOORE ORCHESTRASINGIN' IN THE RAIN

803TRINI LOPEZIF I HAD A HAMMER

804BZNA LA CAMPAGNE

805ELTON JOHNCANDLE IN THE WIND

806VISAGEFADE TO GRAY

807JOE SOUTHGAMES PEOPLE PLAY

808HARRY BELAFONTETRY TO REMEMBER

809ANIMALSWE GOTTA GET OUT IN THIS PLACE

810LES BAXTERUNCHAINED MELODY

811PAT BOONEI ALMOST LOST MY HEAD

812BOBBY VEEDANCE HAS 1000 EYES

813TALKING HEADSROAD TO NOWHERE

814CRYSTALSHE'S A REBEL

815ELVIS PRESLEYNOW OR NEVER

816BRIAN FERRY&ROXY MUSICDANCE AWAY

817PINK FLOYDANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL

818BILLY FURRYI WAS MADE FOR LOVE

819ROD STEWARDYOU'RE IN MY HEART

820PAUL ANKACRAZY LOVE

821C. JEROMEC. JEROME

822BRUCE CHANELHEY BABY

823SAVAGEONLY YOU

824JOHN TRAVOLTA&OLIVIA NEWTON JOHNYOU'RE THE ONE THAT I WANT

825BETTY EVERETIT'S IN HIS KISS

826DIXIE CUPSCHAPEL OF LOVE

827NICK KERSHAWWOULDN'T BE GOOD

828SOFT CELLTAINTED LOVE

829FREDERIC FRANCOISMOM COEUR TE DITTE JE T'AIME

830BUDDY HOLLYTRUE LOVE WAYS

831BAD COMPANYFEELS LIKE MAKING LOVE

832JULIEN LENNONIT'S TOOLATE FOR GOOD BYE

833TURLETSHAPPY TOGETHER

834PETULA CLARKDOWNTOWN

835ACEHOW LONG

836BOB MARLEY&THE WAILERSACCIDES

837HERMAN'S HERMITSI'M INTO SOMETHING GOOD

838LAURA BRANIGANSELF CONTROL

839QUEEN LOVE OF MY LIFE

840TIMI YUROHURT

841KATE BUSHBABOOSKA

842LITTLE RICHARDJENNY, JENNY

843JOYTOUCH BY TOUCH

844SHAKIN' STEVENSMERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

845ANGELSMY BOYFRIEND BACK

846PAUL McCARTNEYMULL OF KYNTARE

847SAM THE SHAM&THE PHARAOHSWOOLY BOOLY

848CARPENTERSPLEASE MR. POSTMAN

849DR. HOOK ONLY SIXTEEN

850CHUBBY CHECKERLIMBO ROCK

851GARY PUCKET&UNIONS GAPYOUNG GIRL

852NINA SIMONEMY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME

853TEMPTATIONSMY GIRL

854JACKIE WILSONRET PETITE

855PAUL&PAULAHEY PAULA

856WANDA JACKSONLET'S HAVE A PARTY TONIGHT

857DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK&TICHTHE LEGEND OF XANADU

858JIMI HENDRIXHEY JOE

859FRANCOISE HARDYTOUS LES GARCONS ET LES FILES

860DEMIS ROUSSOSFROM SOUVENIRS TO SOUVENIRS

861DORIS DAYQUE SERA SERA

862WILSON PICKETI'M IN LOVE

863MARTY ROBBINSEL PASO

864AMANDA LEARFOLLOW ME

865CLOUTSAVE ME

866SEARCHERSNIEDLES AND PIN

867KENNY ROGERSRUBY

868ALISON MOYETALL CRIED OUT

869CHRIS ANDREWSYESTERDAY MAN

870SYLVIE VARTANLA PLUE BELLE POUR ALLER DANCER

871ELTON JOHN CROCODILE ROCK

872ELVIS PRESLEYDON'T BE CRUEL

873JOHNNY RAYJUST WAKING IN THE RAIN

874BUDDY KNOXPARTY DOLL

875MONKEESI'M A BIELIVER

876FOUR SEASONSBIG GIRL DON'T CRY

877BOBBY DAYLITTLE BETTY PRETTY ONE

878MONDIALATIT DE FRAGEDA

879MARY WELLSMY GUY

880RUBETTESTONIGHT

881VANDELLASJIMMY MACK

882BOB LUMANLET'S TALK ABOUT LIVING

883DEE CLARKRAINDROPS

884DIANA ROSS&THE SUPREMESBABY LOVE

885JERRY LEE LEWISMY GIRL JOSEPHINE

886KATHY YOUNG&THE INNOCENTSA THOUSEND STARR

887CARL MANN PRETEND

888DION RONAROUND SUE

889CHORDETTESLOLLIPOP

890SHANGRI-LASI CAN NEVER GO HOME ANYMORE

891GLITTER BANDANGEL FACE

892JOHNNY&THE HURRICANESRED RIVER ROCK

893JEAN MICHEL JARREORIENT EXPRES

894CHUCK BERRYROLL OVER BEETHOVEN

895WAYNE FONTANATHE GAME OF LOVE

896NEIL SEDAKA HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET SIXTEEN

897EVERLY BROTHERS(ALL I HAVE TO DO IS) DREAM

898BYRDSCHIMES OF FREEDOM

899ROLLING STONESNOT FADE AWAY

900PLATTERSTHE GREAT PRETENDER

901CHRIS DE BURGHTHE LOST TIME I CRIED

902FLEETWOODSMR. BLUE

903JOHNNY CASHI WALK OF LINE

904HONEYCOMBSHAVE I RIGHT

905CHARLES AZNAVOURFOR ME FORMIDABLE

906BEE GEESDON'T FORGET TO REMEMBER

907SKIP&FLIPCHERRY PIE

908BILL HALEY&HIS COMETSSEE YOU LETTER ALIGATOR

909PAT BOONE APRIL LOVE

910ROY ORBINSON PRETTY WOMAN

911DRIFTERSDANCE WITH ME

912GLADY'S KNIGHT & THE PIPSLETTER FULL OF TEARS

913FRANCE GALLL'AMERIQUE

914SAME&DAVESOUL MAN

915HOLLIESHE AIN'T HEAVY, HE'S MY BROTHER

916MIKE BERRYTRIBUTE TO BUDDY HOLLY

917DOORSLIGHT MY FIRE

918GENE CHANDLERDUKE ON EARL

919MAXINE BROWNALL IN MY MIND

920SMOKIEIT'S YOUR LIFE

921CHRISTIEYELLOW RIVER

922CHICORY TIPSON OF MY FATHER

923BAD BOYS BLUEA WORLD WITHOUT YOU

924BONEY M.BELFAST

925MARILYN MONROEI WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU

926YARDBIRDSFOR YOUR LOVE

927EDDIE HODGESI'M GONNA KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR

928ROSEMARY CLOONEYTHIS OLD HOUSE

929TOM JONESIT'S NOT UNUSUAL

930BEATLESALL MY LOVING

931PERRY COMOMOON RIVER

932SUPERTRAMPBREACKFAST IN AMERICA

933BARRY&EILLENIF YOU GO

934MIDDLE OF THE ROADSAMSON&DELILAH

935ZOMBEESSHE'S NOT THERE

936BINOMAMA LEONE

937GEORGIE FAMEBALLAD OF BONNIE AND CLYDE

938KENNY BALL&HIS JAZZMENMIDNIGHT IN MOSCOW

939SEARCHERSDON'T THROW YOUR LOVE AWAY

940JIMMY JUSTICESPANISH HARLEM

941BLUE DIAMONDSRAMONA

942FORTUNESFREEDOM COME FREEDOM GO

943LIONEL RITCHIEHELLO

944MIKE OLDFIELDTO FRANCE

945BACCARAYES SIR I CAN BOOGIE

946TREMLOESEVEN THE BAD TIME ARE GOOD

947MICHAEL JACKSONWANNA BE STARTIN' SOMETHING

948JOHNNY CASHRING OF FIRE

949LOVIN' SPOONFULDO YOU BIELIVE IN MAGIC?

950DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK&TICHOKAY

951EDDY GRANT& EQUALSSOFTLY, SOFTLY

952GENE VINCENTBE BOP A LULA

953DELLSOH WHAT A NIGHT

954PATTY PAGEHOW MUCH IS THAT DOOGIE IN THE WINDOW

955STU STEVENSLET'S GO JOHNNY

956MINDBENDERSGROOVY KIND OF LOVE

957BEATLESAND I LOV

FINDING ALPHA FRANCES JARVIS...

For the most recent information about Alpha Frances Jarvis go to www.flickr.com/photos/man_is_like_unto_a_tree/sets/721576...

 

This image is not of Alpha Frances Jarvis. This image is one of two images that were in my grandmothers large family photographic collection whose identity still eludes me. I use this image to start this Family Tree story as a reminder of how little information I started out with on this quest only a couple of years ago (2005).

 

To commence walking down the path and collecting each shattered branch of my Family Tree which eventually led me to discover the identity and the life travels of my great Aunt Alpha Frances Jarvis but still do not know who this family member is.

 

The names Alpha and Omega where spoken of many times throughout my childhood. Only their names where spoken, that their father was Spanish and he was a prominent School teacher in South Australia, Australia, nothing else.

 

This mystery around who these souls were, where did they live, what happened to them, did they have families I might just meet one day? My parents would often say they were all very beautiful women which used to invoke so many images in my child's mind. The photographs of my mother and my grandmother, when they were young women are testimonials to that being a true fact at least.

 

Add to those imaginary constructs in my child's mind of a family I had never met other than my mother, her mother and stepfather, one or two short visits with a couple of my grandmothers brothers family homes and my own father and three brothers left me with a very large empty space to be filled with made up imagined people that were my extended family that I would like to meet one day.

 

When I heard the names Alpha and Omega spoken about it became a history lesson that left me always amazed, inspired and very intrigued about the wide world that existed somewhere out there, way beyond my wonderful isolated environment of growing up in the foot hills of Rolystone Western Australia in the late 50's to 70's.

 

"Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet and Omega is the last letter" is what I was told through out my life when mums extended family came into a conversation. "The Aleph and the Thaw are the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet as the Alpha and Omegain Scripture, are of the Greek." www.newadvent.org/cathen/01332b.htm Such a rich deep history connected to these names that echo down the annuals of time for eternity. I often wondered about the magic of calling children such creative names with such depth of meaning. This would account for one of the main reasons why my two daughters got their Latin names, Regina and Aves.

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NO IMAGES OF ALPHA FRANCES JARVIS...

I have chosen to write about Alpha under this image because I have no images at all that show Alpha. Thanks to my cousin Kay and her wealth of genealogy experiences over the 30 years she has been tracking the Allen family tree I was at least able to date this image to a year it was taken.

 

Who this image is of is still unknown to me and for that matter everyone else in the family I have been able to share it with so far. After cousin Kay told me I could identify the year this image had been taken from a book in the State Library by its business details stamped on the base. I discovered at least it was taken in 1897 at Rembrant Studio, Boulder City, W.A. This would make this young lady in the image at least 15 to 20 years of age (in my estimation from looking at other images of the female family photographs of this time.) This means that any female family member who would have been born from 1877 through to around 1882 with dark hair and still alive in the Gold fields of Western Australia could be a candidate.

 

Now the fact that there are no images of Alpha in my grandmothers or my mothers extensive photographic collection is an indicator to some important aspect of this ladies story that I have not yet cracked or for that matter may never crack but am driven to see if I can at least understand why.

 

My grandmother had kept all of her photographs so that after her passing in 2005 at the 91, my mother then squirreled them all away like the family treasures but not one of Alpha has serviced. This is in complete contrast to the very large number of images of Alpha’s younger sisters Lulu and Clytie in this photographic collection.

 

My mother grew up with very little family contact. She was an only child and the photographs reflected the major happy events that marked family time together. Snapshots where all that remained of their entire lives other than the physical truth that we did exist. Because my mother and father are real and my brothers are real then we did have to have family ancestors before them. This physical truth that we did exist is all I could hang onto as a bright flashing arrow pointing to where more truth could one day be mined, dug up and brought out into the light of day that would finally form into "my" extended family.

 

The rare times these family images did get brought out into the light of day caused deep longings in me to know these people, to get to know their stories. I so wanted to hold onto these images of my ancestors until they had burned themselves onto my minds surface before they would be stored away for another year or two before I could get to see them again.

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ALPHA FRANCES JARVIS FIRST BORN...

Alpha Frances Jarvis was the first born child to Henry Martin Jarvis (Widower) son of James

married 18 Aug 1877 St Lukes Church Adelaide, South Australia to his second wife Frances Elizabeth White (Single) daughter of George Tyler William and Roseanna Lock.

 

If Henry was born in 1827 he would have been 50 years of age and already retired from the army when he married Frances White in South Australia. Frances White would have been 26 years of age and most likely looking after Henry's youngest children from his first family after his first wife, Clara had died. More about Henry's first family in another chapter.

 

Alpha Frances Jarvis was born 10 months after Henry's second marriage on the 9/7/1878 Southwark South Australia, District Hindmarsh (Book 205 Page 287) to Frances Elizabeth White.

 

Frances Elizabeth White, Alhpa's mother died some time during or just after giving birth to her 6th child, Omega, in 1887 at the age of 33. Alpha would have only been 9 years of age at that time. Here younger brothers and sisters were Lulu Dagma 1880, Frank 1882 -1882, Clytie Grace Darling 1884,

(Gideon Jarvis Jarvis) Gibson Clarence 1885, Omega 1887-1887.

 

The next time Alpha Frances can be tracked in the records is when she is 18 years of age on the goldfields, Western Australia getting married in 1896 to a William George Ashton /Reg 107 COOLGARDIE.

 

Then in 1903 Alpha Frances is in Cottesloe, Western Australia giving birth to her only child,

Elgar Ashton. His father's name that is recorded on the record book was William George Ashton (no. 485). Note how long this is after Alpha was married before giving birth to Elgar and she has no other children that are recorded in Western Australia. This is very unusual for this time in Australian history. Without birth control for these women, back then in the isolation of the Australian European communities, the normal pattern of married women was once they got married they got pregnant every 18 months or so until either they died, usually due to complications during or just after giving birth or their husbands die.

 

The tracks left in the sand of the records world of Alpha's movements that I sieved through the screen of the computer in the State Library of Melbourne, Victoria Australia revealed many new gems. In searching through Electoral roles, Post Office records, Shipping lists and Microfiche and old Newspapers slowly started to build a picture of this great Aunt over the proceeding years from the birth of her first child back in 1903 Western Australia to her arriving here in Melbourne Australia many years later.

 

James Street, Perth Western Australia in 1903 and 1906 Alpha is recorded as living there in the States Electoral Roles. Searching through the same records I could not place her husband living with her or any body else with the last name of Ashton living at this address. But I do find under the name of Alfa Frances Ashton in the 1903 and 1906 (under the title of "Voters at James St), Electoral Roles living at 153 Lake Street, occupation as home duties, again no one else with the name Ashton living there. (note the spelling change to the name Alpha in this record)

 

Departing Brisbane, Queensland Australia 1912 Alpha Ashton, born ABT 1883 (29).

Arriving London England 25th May 1912. Ports on Voyage Sydney, Ship Name; Osterley Shipping Line Orient Steam Navigation company Ltd official No 128287. Further scratching through the records found another entry stating that Elgar Ashton (9) was her son accompanied by his mother and Alpha the wife were leaving Fremantle and arriving in Plymouth, England. It was also recorded that she was not accompanied by a husband. I would like to point out here that in 1912 Alpha would have actually been 34 years of age not 29.

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COUSIN LESLEY'S EMAIL CLUES...

All of the facts I have collected so far about my family have come from research on the internet, library visits in my home town of Western Australia, oral history from my mother, grandmother and very recently my dear cousins I have made contact with only over the past two years. Most of the history that I have collected over the past two years is the reason I went into the State Library of Melbourne to seek out Alpha's whereabouts’ was because of this story shared to me by my cousin Lesley, now living in Germany. This story was told to her from her 92-year-old mother, Shirley, who was on a holiday with her at the end of last year (2010).

 

This is the story emailed to me from cousin Lesley...

 

"Shirley today was somewhat off with the pixies. It does occur on some days and other days she is perfect with her memory so this is what I gleaned from this afternoon’s conversation when she was not concentrating on how she was going to paint a painting of the area here. She was greatly worried over not being able to get the trees right.!!! A typical way-would artist.!!!!!! She said to try again in the morning hours as she can remember better then.

 

So here we go about Aunt Alpha so far from what I know as of this arvo.

Alpha lived for many years in London. I asked Shirley about how long. She told me well over 20 years or much longer. Sorry cousin this is only what she told me this afternoon so I cant be more explicit.

She was very tall with beautiful skin and could sing, whistle, and yodel and was a great cook.

In London they all called her Lilly Langtry as she resembled her so very much. Who was Lilly Langtry??? Will Google her when I finish this note.

 

Alpha was married to someone who worked for the East Indian Tea Company.!!!

Mum can’t remember his name and doesn't know whether he was English or Australian.

They had one son and then her husband died so she returned to Oz and moved to Melbourne for a while. She had a falling out with her son and they broke off contact. She then lived with Vera and Shirley for a while in Sydney until she remarried a man called Caplan or Caplen who lived in Cabramatta also in the Sydney area.

 

He became ill and died and shortly after Alpha died of cancer from which she had been suffering with for some time. I asked Shirley how old she was then at the time and she figured that she was about 12 or 13 at the time so guess the year was about 1931 or thereabouts. Have no idea whether any of this info is correct so please be patient with us now. Shirley tends to switch over from one subject to another and went into her remembrances of her beloved Uncle Gorden who was for her a wonderful brother figure for her. They spent so much time together in Sydney.

Thats about all I can tell you at this stage.

Will certainly get on to Mum when she is not so off.!!!

 

Love and Light to you and all your loved ones,

Your cousin,

Lesley."

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FINDING ALPHA FRANCES CAPLIN...

I had found Alpha Caplin’s death details on line before I went to Melbourne February 2011 because of this wonderful story from cousin Lesley. The on line website for finding births, deaths and marriages for Sydney gave me those details without any real effort. That is what it is like doing genealogy. Once you have enough meat to add to a bone you can find so much out about what it is you are seeking but if you only have a bone it makes your searching very hard indeed.

Death...1941 CAPLIN ALPHA FRANCES, father HENRY MARTIN

mother, FRANCES ELIZABETH place, LIVERPOOL SYDNEY NSW (12470)

 

Well you would think at this stage I should be able to find a marriage certificate for Alpha and Mr Caplin would you not? All my search had revealed so far was that Alpha Frances had been born Jarvis and had got married in Perth Western Australia and became Alpha Frances Ashton. Then had a son Elgar Ashton. These two unattended by the father head off to London, England and as the email from cousin Lesley states they had both returned to Australia through Melbourne, Victoria and Alpha then had gone to Sydney and married a Mr Caplin and herself had died there.

 

So why could I not find a marriage certificate for a Alpha Frances Ashton? When I typed in just Caplin in the marriage section the clue was staring me right in the face at that time but I had missed it completely and it would not be until I had spent quite a few hours in the Melbourne State Library looking for Alhpa Frances Ashton that it became clear why there was no marriage certificate for her to a Mr Caplin. More on that later.

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FINDING ELGAR ASHTON MELBOURNE VICTORIA...

When I was in Melbourne, Victoria this past February, 2011, I met up with my very dear cousin Kay in the Victorian State Library. Kay was down in the city visiting family when she had let me know we could spend a short time together so what better place for us two to hangout in but in the State Library.

 

As I had just come from Sydney after meeting another cousins 91 year old wife, Viva Rodwell who was related to us both through my great grandfathers sisters son. Kay had unearthed this wonderful women and her husband’s family branch on my last trip to Melbourne only that previous November. I had a lot to share with Kay about the stories of Viva’s life and showed her the images on my camera I had taken of the Rodwell families’ photos and newspaper articles. This wonderfully gracious lady, Viva and the Rowell side of the family tree will be shared in another chapter of this book.

 

Kay shared all these amazing stories of her latest family discoveries and how she had found them. Kay has so much capacity in finding truth out of the smallest particles of detail. It is very clear to me that all those Allen ancestors skills and great capacity learned in the gold fields of Australia to hunt out gold over generations have been inherited in this lady for her to be able to find anything if she puts her mind to it.

 

After Kay had showed me around the genealogy section in the Library and showed me how to find people through the electoral roles microfiche we said our good byes until our paths would meet next. Now with all this newfound confidence to tackle the genealogy section I headed back by myself a few days later to hunt out, dig up, reveal the whereabouts of my cousin Elgar Ashton, son of Alpha Frances Ashton (nee Jarvis).

 

This should have been easy to find Elgar's movements there in Melbourne. I had his name, his mothers and fathers names and I was in the Melbourne State Library where all the local details should be right there at my fingertips so why was I finding it all so very hard to track him and for that matter Alpha.

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All I could find was the death details of Elgar Ashton and a possible whereabouts of his fathers grave also. I had no idea what had happened to Elgar's father, William George Ashton. After finding the details of Alpha's marriage to him in Western Australia he disappears out of the records there so I find it very strange that he turns up now here in Victoria, if this is even his father?

 

Writing down all that I had found so far regardless if it was correct or not was all I could show for hours of work. Details I had at that point were...Died Elgar Ashton, father William George mother Alpha Frances Jarvis, place Fairfield Victoria, age 37, year 1940, Reg. No. 6135.

 

His fathers details, if this is even him were; Death Ashton William George, father Robert, mother Cathrine O'Brian, place Richmond, age 55, year 1931 Reg. No. 3001. I had even found where this person was buried; Ashton William George, cemetery St Kilda General Cemetery, Roman Catholic Monumental Compartment B. grave 335 Buried 14/03/1931. I knew at that point this was either useless or a very important piece to my puzzle and I had better write it down because there was no guarantee I could find it again.

 

The idea of going out to see this grave site at that point in time was not going to be feasible even if I could be sure it was Elgar's father. Time that I had left in Melbourne was short and I needed to find Elgar's grave site at least to see if there had been other names recorded on it. Had Elgar married, did he have children that might still be alive here in Melbourne?

 

With the clock ticking away I returned to the State Library of Victoria the following day and commenced cross referencing, playing around with what I did have and do strange things like type different combinations of names. It was while I was doing this last ditched attempt of finding where Elgar's grave was that I stumbled across this entry on Ancestry.com website (I had only just discovered Ancestry.com was free at our Library's)... Alpha Frances Ashton mother Elgar Jno Evans born 1903 death 1940 Fairfield, Victoria.

 

Evans, they had changed their name to Evans. Elgars name was Elgar Jno Evans, no wonder I could not find records in the microfiche and telephone records and all the other places I had been looking. I had the wrong name.

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NOW FINDING ELGAR JON EVANS...

The name Alpha, that strange and very mysterious name was all I had had to hang onto all throughout my life that had kept calling me to hunt her out. Alpha's name was all I had of my great Aunt and it was that name that I had used to track her and her sons details down. I had finally cracked this. After I found this piece of the jigsaw many other details started to pour out of the web sites and microfiche. I dived back into all those records that I had spent days searching through with the name Ashton and now I was back with the name Evans.

 

What I found...

Australian Electoral Roles for Elgar Evans

1931 South Yarra, Fawkner, Victoria

1936 South Yarra, Fawkner, Victoria

1937 South Yarra, Fawkner, Victoria

 

Australian Electoral Roles for Alpha Frances Evans

1931 at 286 Toorak Rd, home duties. Elgar Evans was at this same address and his occupation was motor mechanic (M.

 

Married, Alpha Frances Evans 1934 New South Wales, reg. place; Liverpool, NSW Husband, Caplin John (Reg.No.2210)

 

When I had looked for Caplin and Ashton getting married back in Perth after cousin Lesley’s email with Shirley’s oral history I had seen this entry but did not think twice. It had not for one second dawned on my very blond brain that Alpha could have remarried.

Marriage...2210/1934 CAPLIN JOHN EVANS ALPHA F LIVERPOOL. I had not even suspected that Alpha had changed her name while overseas. I should have realised the name Alpha was her and at least written it down.

 

Now it all made so much sense, Elgar and Alpha had come back to Australia by the name Evans and where living together until something happens and Alpha goes off to Sydney where her nieces, and sister are living and marries there only 3 years later, 1934. The Electoral Roles for NSW Australia have recorded for the C'wealth: -Werriwa state:-Bankstown for both 1936 and 1937

Caplin AF. Cabramatta Rd, Cabramatta homeduties (F.

Caplin John Cabramatta Rd Cabramatta no occupation (M.

 

Final resting place of my dear dear great Aunt is in New South Wales, Australia and this chapter closes on this part of the mystery for now. There is no time to loose, all energy must go now into tracking down Elgar's movements to see if I can find his grave site before I head back to Western Australia in a few days time. I need to see if he has got married and if I can find anything else out about him.

 

Looking further into the Australian Electoral Roles for Elgar Evans in Victoria, Australia I found the area he was living in was the same electoral boundaries but not the same house addresses. Commonwealth :-Fawkner and State:- Prahran were the same for all three years listed on the Ancestry.com website. His address in 1931 we have already mentioned as being 286 Toorak Rd, and both he and Alpha were listed as living there. Where as for 1936 the address was 3 Portland Place, motor Mechanic (M and in 1937 his address was Fitsgerald Street. motor mechanic (M.

 

At both the Portland and Fitsgerald address there was another person now living with Elgar and that was a Mrs Mary Doreen Evens. Married Ashton Elgar, spouse Family name Davies, spouse mother name?????? Mary Doreen, Reg. Year 1932 Reg. No 5803

 

Elgar had died only a few years after his marriage to Mary in 1940 and there is no other election until 1943 where I find a Mary Doreen Evans C'Wealth:-Maribyrnong. Subdivision of Ascot Vale.

State Flemington. address 18 Bank Street, home duties (F

 

In 1943 I also find a Mary Doreen Evans now living in New South Wales. C'Wealth: New England Sub: Raymond Terrace. State Gloucester at The Snug, Nelson's Bay, home duties (F

Also the same electoral role, state sub. in NSW but another address was recorded for the 1949 elections the address for that year was Victoria Parade, Nelson Bay NSW.

This exact same information is repeated for 1954. But there was a second entry for 1954 and that was for Mary Doreen Evans at 285 Bromide Street, C'Wealth: Darling Sub. Broken Hill West, State: Stuart. As Ancestry.com only goes up to 1954 in there Electoral roles I headed off to explore Melbourne cemetery's seeking where I could find the grave site details for Elgar.

 

After some real hard sifting through microfiche for this information after being guided by a very helpful Librarian showing where to at least start this search I found Elgar's grave at Springfield Victoria. Just to keep me on my toes Elgar’s name on the records was spelt differently.

Elga Evens 6/7/1940 Type B location. Exp.030-23000B0017-0043HKL000/00/0000 7

6 Fitzgerald St. South Yarra, Mrs MD Evans, Church England Monumental Compart. B section 17 grave 43.

 

I was so very, very happy and as I still wanted to come back to that Library I could not yell at the top of my lungs or do my magpie call. I was just over the moon. After a very good friend had agreed to very kindly drive me out to where this cemetery was on the other side of Melbourne and a far way out of town. After getting great maps and directions at the Administrative office my friend and I sent out to finally accomplish what had up until that point just been a wish and hope for me to achieve.

 

My friend and I set out in the mapped area with great energy until we realised none of the graves had numbers and although the map showed very clear and defined grave sites when you actually get there, on the ground, there are no head stones for over half of the graves. To add to the difficulty we faced in finding this exact grave was that none of the pathways between each set of graves was clearly defined either. We headed back to the corner and counted very methodically until I found Elgar’s grave hidden under a very low growing paper bark tree. This tree was sheltering his grave just like a large umbrella. It was so peaceful and a very beautiful place.

 

The grave was in perfect condition and the words on it were very simple and read;

"In loving memory of

Elgar (John) Evans

1903-1940"

And it did not matter how hard I stared at the large space below these words there was nothing else written there. I had accomplished this quest and was happy to return back to Western Australia to continue the next stage of this amazing journey of reconstructing my shattered family Tree.

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ELGAR ASHTON'S FATHER; WILLIAM GEORGE...

As I found pieces of genealogy that may be of interest to my dear cousin Kay I would send them to her when I was still in Melbourne February 2011. On the day before I was heading back to Western Australia she sent me a small email with an image attached that at first I could not open.

 

When I did open this image it was a South Australian newspaper article informing the reader of Alpha's marriage to Ashton back in Nov 1896, the article was published Jan 1987; that super sleuth Kay had done it again. Who would have thought to go look in a South Australian Newspaper for a Wedding in Western Australia two months after? Well it makes sense in hindsight, yes I have learned yet another great Family tree research skill, thank you Kay.

 

I did not really see anything that needed my attention, at that time, so I simply printed the email she had sent me and put it into my folder with my paperwork I took with me to the Library thinking nothing more of it.

 

My last day at the Victorian State Library revealed no new leads and I found nothing extra to add to my quest and as I was about to meet up with my eldest daughter to spend sometime together before we were to meet up with my other daughter and head off to the airport I farewelled the Victorian State Library until my next visit to this beautiful city.

 

As I was sitting in my daughters car waiting for her to finish work I went through my file of notes that I had collected over the days I had been visiting the Library there in Victoria and was very carefully reading them and cross referencing data when I re read the newspaper article that cousin Kay had emailed me the day before. What makes this story even more remarkable was that I had finished reading all the notes and the notes I had scribbled on this email with the article from Kay and only re read it again because I had re read everything else and there was nothing left to read; lol.

 

It was the name of Ashton's father in this newspaper article that kept screaming at me so I went back and re read all my data again from this trips visits to the State Library. It dawned on me that the details I did copy down of the person I thought could at least be Elgar's father turned out to also have recorded in his death details that his father's name was Robert. This was too much of a coincidence not to be the same Ashton married to Alpha all those years before in the goldfield's of Western Australia.

 

Then to add to that the newspaper article said that Ashton had come from Victoria and St Kilda all the same details on this Ashton's death details. On further reading of my notes I found even more notes about this same person. I had actually found several sources of data about this same man that had all converged to being the same person described in this tiny newspaper article sent the night before by my dear cousin Kay.

 

But until I make those final record searches he could still “not” be our Ashton's father.

 

Article from cousin Kay emailed to me the day before I was to return to WA;

MARRIAGE

ASHTON-JARVIS-On the 6th November, 1896,at St. Andrew's Church, Coolgardie, by the Rev.A. Craven, George, eldest son of Robert Ashton, of St. Kilda, Victoria, to Frances (Alpha), third daughter of Henry Martin Jarvis, of Fremantle, W.A. (late of Southwark, SA.)

source;

The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA:1889-1931) Wednesday 27 January 1897 page 4 of 8

 

I did not have time to go to that grave, as I needed to be on a plain heading back to Western Australia in one hour. My dear daughters did agreed to go and find this grave and find out if there is a head stone and see what data is recorded on it.

 

Information I did collected on William George Ashton in the Victorian State Library 2011;

 

Born William George Ashton, 1876, St. Kilda, Victoria, father Robert Ashton,

mother Catherine O'Brian Reg. No.12472

 

WA Electoral Role 1903 Ashton George William, Kanowna Firewood line, Kalgoolie.

Vic Electoral Role 1909 Ashton George William, Balaclava, 18 Nightingale St, St Kilda, Labourer

(M at the same address Annie Ashton home duties (F

Vic Electoral Role 1914 Ashton George William, Fitzroy North, 572 Rae St. North Fitzroy driver (M

at the same address Lilian Rebecca Ashton home duties (F

Vic Electoral Role 1919 Ashton George William, St Kilda 18 Wilgah St driver (M

Vic Electoral Role 1919 Ashton George William, Balaclava, 44 Nightingale St, St Kilda, ???? (M

Vic Electoral Role 1924 Ashton George William, Balaclava, Beach St, East Camberwell, rly. emp.

(M

These went on and I was not sure at that time if this was Elgar's father so I stopped recording them correctly and did not go on to other dates. Something I might get back to when I know for sure this is the right person.

 

Died Ashton William George, father Robert, mother Cathrine O'Brian, place Richmond, age 55, year 1931 Reg. No. 3001.

Buried; Ashton William George, cemetery St Kilda General Cemetery, Roman Catholic Monumental Compartment B. grave 335 Buried 14/03/1931.

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ALPHAS IN BETWEEN MISSING YEARS...

What happened to Alpha after her marriage and being in Cottesloe giving birth to Elgar and then off to England for over 29 years and returning back to Melbourne with another name? I have found a lot out about this great Aunt but now have even more questions. The random information that I have dug up so far that has not been recorded in the rest of this story is;

 

Australian Electoral Role 1903-1954,

1903 and 1906 Alpha Frances Ashton, James St. Perth Western Australia

 

Electoral Role 1903 and 1906 Voters at James Street.

Alfa Frances Ashton, 153 Lake St, home duties (note the spelling change in her first name)

 

mum never did meet Alpha???????

need to check out WA electorial roles to see if an evans name is living in james street Perth WA during the 1903 and 1906 time frame.????

 

what is coming to me on this subject is rather interesting mate and would love your view on it...

 

what I found studying both the records of William Ashton described on the prison records that you found first and the William Ashton described in the army records you found a bit later are NOT THE SAME MAN...

 

the markings and height and the character described in the two sets of documents are absolutely different people...

 

we know the man described in the army records was Alpha’s ex husband... we know the newspaper records of the divorce are real...BUT and A very big BUT is the information in them about which William Ashton they are referring to...

 

I think and this is where I could be wrong BUT as the police officer giving evidence in the divorce case spoke about the William Ashton in the prison records thinking it was Alphas husband when in fact it was one of the aliases used by the criminal one...getting my drift...then when you read the newspaper article a little closer it states that our William Ashton was not in court when all this info was being used to convict him...so even if the police officer did no very well the criminal William Ashton he did not know Alpha’s William Ashton as he is not in court to be seen as a different man...and worse Alpha’s husband William Ashton was not there to plea his innocence...

  

now I do not believe for one minute Alpha’s William was not a bit of a lad and even may have got himself into a lot of hot water and may even have had a jail term but the man who got bravery medals and re enlisted to go back to war after being discharged due to mustered Gas poisoning...no this is not the same character at all...so I think you

and I have a very interesting chapter of injustice of character here...

 

and I would then place a lot of money on that it was this miss representation of character of Elgar’s father that cased the huge rift between Alpha and Elgar...when they returned to Victoria and Elgar either saw his father before he died or met Williams family after his death in 1931 the real story, the truth would have come out and I very strongly believe would have been far tooo much for our dear Alpha to except that the man she thought was a monster was far from it...

 

what do you think mate...?????

 

where did you find the prison info...is it pos to go back to that site and keep looking what else might be there about these two William Ashton’s...????

 

If this William Ashton was such a nasty bit of work he must have then had a lot more prison records...which would prove that this is not Alphas husband...and the policeman was talking about the wrong man...

 

((((((FROM KAY....

Then show them the dates and names for the divorce and ask for help to find the index film and divorce film in the filing drawer, the machine is a buggar to use and to copy from. These should be available as 100 years old. All the info should be there, I am winging these instructions, but to be sure, perhaps a phone call to ask them might help.

 

OK, going by these days poor old Alpha had to put up with an awful husband, I will go back later and find all those court proceedings, I saw one In Kalgoorlie about 1909 and one in Broken Hill and then in New Zealand, hmm, not sure all is he but the Kalgoorlie one will be.

 

I just found another newspaper bit for 1913. I think he committed adultery too, I don't think it was final until then. Wait on will get that one. Oh yes, the same story as the first two files was in Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885-1954) Saturday 20 April 1912 p 25 Article

from FREE BMD'S thought I might have found them on the London Registers,but in Lambeth.

Marriage Jun 1916 Ashton Frances A Evans Lambeth 1d 767

Evans Graham B Ashton Lambeth 1d 767

 

s the first two files was in Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885-1954) Saturday 20 April 1912 p 25 Article

from FREE BMD'S thought I might have found them on the London Registers,but in Lambeth.

  

So now we have to find out if Graham B Evans was in the British Military and died. )))))

Died 4th July 1940 Queen's Memorial Infections Diseases Hospital, Fairfield, City of Heidelberg County of Bourke.

 

Residence 6 Fitzgerald street, south Yarra. City Prahram

motor machanic

Elgar John Evans 37 years male

 

cause of death Septic broncho-pneumonia 3 days scarlet fever 10days

 

it stated age of marriage 28 at South Yarra, Victoria

married Mary Doreen Davies

two children...

Louanne, 6years

Lionel Elgar, 2 years

 

YES HE DID HAVE CHILDREN...NOW GUIDE ME ON HOW i FIND THEM OR AT LEAST THE BOY AS WE KNOW HIS COMPLETE NAME...

the boy was born 1938

the girl born 1934

 

and as my electoral roles stated she moved to NSW 1943 and the last one I found was

1954 285 Bromide st,

C"Wealth; Darling

State; Stuart

Sub. Broken Hill West

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C. H. Marshall, C. Crolius. Dr. T. Clarkson Moffatt, Physician in Chief. Dr. R. B. Wilson, Assistant Physician. Rev. J. J. Matthias, Chaplain. James Hart, Superintendent. Henry Russell, Secretary. SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN OF SEAMEN. OFFICERS AND MANAGERS. Mrs. W. A. Tomlinson, First Directress. Jacob Leroy, Second Directress. G. C. Goddard, Third Directress. W. D. Cuthbertson, Treasurer. Edward Bement, Recording Secretary. A. M. Griswold, Corresponding Secretary.Managers—Mrs. W. H. Aspinwall, Mrs. Dr. W. Parker, Mrs. J. L.Aspinwall,Mrs. J. Parkman,Mrs. W. G. Bull, Mrs. H. R. Winthrop,Mrs. C. A. Griffin, Mrs A. W. Brown, Mrs W. Templeton Johnson,Mrs. A. W. Brown, Mrs. S. W. Trotter, Mrs George Wetmore, Mrs.R. L. Allen, Misses Depeyster, Bogert, R. Jackson, Mary Tracy, Mar-shall, Winthrop, Routh. BOARD OF ADVLSERS. Messrs. W. H. Aspinwall, C. H. Marshall, C.N. Talbot, W. TempnJohnson, Edward Bement, W. D. Cuthbertson, W. G. Bull.Physician—Dr. J. G. Clark. 13 290

 

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Guitar Player Cover, May 1979

 

The Semi acoustic is a Gibson ES137 (in blue), a les paul/335 cross over with solid maple strutt in muddle to reduce feedback, it is the backbine of the kings of leon sound but is equally at home doing Grant Green, Django or Strummer.

 

The acoustic is a 1968 Glen Campbell Ovation, great strummy sound, its been used by Lennon, Weller, Gallagher Dexy's, Martin Stephenson and of course young Mr Campbell so it too is an all rounder.

 

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Title: Founders' week memorial volume : containing an account of the two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the city of Philadelphia, and histories of its scientific institutions, medical colleges, hospitals, etc.

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Philadelphia (Pa.) Founders' Week Celebration. Executive Committee Henry, Frederick Porteus, 1844-

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he College, not an independent department. An offshoot from this, or rather, a part of its equipment, wasthe Laboratory of Marine Biology established in 1891 at Sea IsleCity, New Jersey. Some five acres of ground on Ludlams Baywere given to the University by Charles K. Landis, the principallandowner of Sea Isle, and an industrious collection of funds bysome of those interested in the School made possible the buildingof a laboratory with aquaria and other necessary furniture, boats,dredges, etc. The object was to give facilities for investigatorsand students gathered, especially during the summer months, andsome good work was done, especially in testing the possibility ofartificial propagation of oysters on the New Jersey coast. Nosufficient support, however, was obtained, the location being some-what remote, and the principal promoters of the plan either losttheir interest in it or were forced to devote their time to otherthings. The seashore laboratory, therefore, gradually sank into

 

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«!o 3o o University of Pennsylvania 259 a condition of disuse from which only occasional and temporaryrevivals have roused it. Still more closely connected with medical study is the Depart-ment of Hygiene. This Department was established in a build-ing, the gift of Mr. Henry C. Lea, and on an endowment given bythe family of Mr. H. C. Gibson. The Laboratory of Hygiene wasformally opened February 22, 1892, Dr. John S. Billings thenbeing Director, and instruction to medical and other studentsimmediately began. Since that time various changes have takenplace, Dr. Alexander C. Abbott becoming Director and Dr. D. H.Bergey Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. Instruction is givento all students in the Medical Department, and to a large numberof those in Architecture and the College. In this department, asin that of Veterinary Medicine, there is a close connection withthe public service, courses in public health being given especiallyintended to prepare men for service in the health departme

  

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Alvin Lee, whose fire-fingered guitar playing drove the British blues-rock band Ten Years After to stardom in the 1960s and early ’70s, died on Wednesday in Spain. He was 68.

 

He died “after unforeseen complications following a routine surgical procedure,” according to a brief post by family members on his Web site. His manager, Ron Rainey, said that Mr. Lee had been living in southern Spain for some time. Mr. Lee was not as well known as other emerging British guitar stars of the era, including Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and perhaps even Albert Lee, with whom he was occasionally confused (and with whom he once recorded alongside Jerry Lee Lewis). But he was among the nimblest when it came to musicianship.

 

On his Gibson ES-335 Mr. Lee could shift instantly from speedy single-string leads to rhythmic riffs while doing his best to sing like his American blues heroes. He grew up listening to his father’s Big Bill Broonzy and Lonnie Johnson records in Nottingham, England.

 

Ten Years After attracted a following during its first tour of the United States, in 1968, and the band would tour the country many more times through the early ’70s, known less for hit songs than for extended jams.

 

“The strange thing was we had gone to what I considered to be the home of the blues, but they’d never heard of most of them, and I couldn’t believe it — ‘Big Bill who?’ ” Mr. Lee recalled in a 2003 interview with Classic Rock magazine. “We were recycling American music and they were calling it the English sound.”

 

The live album “Undead,” released in 1968, captured the tight sound and feel of the band’s shows in smaller performance spaces, and its success helped put the band on bigger stages. Ten Years After played at the Woodstock festival in August 1969, and its climactic song, a version of the band’s signature blues vamp, “I’m Going Home,” was included in both the movie “Woodstock” and the accompanying album.

 

More successful tours and albums followed, including “Cricklewood Green” and “Watt.” Then, during a break in 1971 intended to provide time for musical exploration, Mr. Lee wrote the band’s only Top 40 hit, “I’d Love to Change the World.” The song’s more commercial sound was a departure, and Mr. Lee later said he was not sure it had been a wise one.

 

“I hated it because it was a hit,” he said in 2003. “By then I was rebelling, and I never played it live. To me it was a pop song.”

 

By the mid-’70s Ten Years After had disbanded and Mr. Lee was pursuing other genres. He even recorded an album, “On the Road to Freedom,” with a gospel singer, Mylon LeFevre, accompanied by George Harrison, Ron Wood, Steve Winwood and other big names. By the end of the decade he was touring as a solo act and at one point put together a band he called Ten Years Later.

 

Ten Years After regrouped in 1983 and Mr. Lee played with the band off and on until 2003. After that, it continued to tour and record with a new guitarist, Joe Gooch.

 

Alvin Lee was born on Dec. 19, 1944, in Nottingham, and began playing guitar at age 13. Two years later he was performing with the bassist Leo Lyons, and by the 1960s they were playing in a band called the Jaybirds in small clubs in England and Germany. The band changed its name to Ten Years After in 1967.

 

The name was a homage to the emergence of Elvis Presley about a decade earlier. In 2004 Mr. Lee recorded a solo album, “In Tennessee,” with the guitarist Scotty Moore and the drummer D. J. Fontana, who had both worked with Presley in his early years. Mr. Lee’s most recent album, “Still on the Road to Freedom,” came out in the fall.

 

Survivors include his wife, Evi, and his daughter, Jasmin.

 

WILLIAM YARDLEY New York Times 6 March 2013

Following the Iraq invasion Kuwait A United Nations Coalition Force including USA, Arab and European countries Bombs Iraq Forces in Kuwait and force Iraq Forces out of Kuwait and back to Iraq. After many years of Apartheid in South Africa a new constitution for multicultural society is formed. This is also the beginning of the Balkan Wars and Lech Walesa is elected as President of Poland. This is also the year that Freddie Mercury the lead singer of the band Queen dies on 24th November from the AIDS Virus. Some of the notable technology advances include Airbag, A Blue Rose (through the use of Genetic Engineering) and Tim Berners-Lee introduces the web browser.

 

Winter of 1990–91

 

The winter of 1990–1991 was a particularly cold winter in Western Europe, noted especially for its effect on the United Kingdom, and for two significantly heavy falls of snow which occurred in December 1990 and February 1991. Sandwiched in between was a period of high winds and heavy rain which caused widespread damage. The winter was the coldest since January 1987, and the snowfall experienced in many parts of the United Kingdom would not be seen again until the snowfall of February 2009.

 

The harsh weather conditions brought down power lines across England leading to loss of electricity for many areas. Power was also disrupted in parts of France. In the UK some 650,000 people were without power, and about 1.2 million without water supplies for several days. The Army was called in to help restore utility supplies to outlying areas. In addition, the adverse weather conditions had a negative economic impact with takings at stores on what was the third Saturday before Christmas considerably lower than normal.

 

The severe weather led to the deaths of ten people in the United Kingdom. Three were killed in road accidents in Northern Ireland which was hit by gale force winds.

 

Most of the snow had gone within four days, but its effects were felt for several days afterward. Much of the rest of December was unsettled, and the United Kingdom was hit by heavy storms over the Christmas and New Year period. High winds and heavy rain on Christmas Day caused disruption and power cuts for some parts of the United Kingdom, while the UK and Ireland experienced severe gales on 5 and 6 January 1991. Gusts of up to 70 mph brought down trees and power lines leaving thousands of homes blacked out across Ireland and the southwest of England, resulting in the deaths of 30 people. The dead included 11 crew members who were lost off two merchant vessels, a couple out walking on the beach near Brighton and 13 people who died in Ireland as a result of falling trees and other accidents. Seven of the Irish deaths occurred when a tree crashed onto a minibus.

 

Giant of rock dies

 

Freddie Mercury has died aged 45, just one day after he publicly announced he was HIV positive. The lead singer for rock group Queen died quietly at his home in west London of bronchio-pneumonia, brought on by Aids, his publicist said. The flamboyant star is thought to have had the disease for two years, but he continued to make music and the decline in his health was only rarely glimpsed. Mercury was born Farookh Bulsara in Zanzibar in 1946 and spent most of his childhood in India before his family settled in England in 1964. That year he enrolled in art school. Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May and Mike Grose formed Queen in 1970. Regarded by fans and critics alike as a consummate showman, Mercury was openly bisexual and enjoyed a colourful rock-star lifestyle.

 

Tributes from all over the world have been pouring in for the man who stole the show at Live Aid and wrote ground-breaking hits like Bohemian Rhapsody - which was number one in the UK for nine weeks. Music critic Paul Gambaccini praised Mercury for his huge contribution to hard rock music. "He gave a form which was pretty staid and sour, a great personality," he said. The director of an Aids education charity, Dr Patrick Dixon, told the BBC that Mercury's greatest gift to his fans was admitting he was suffering from the disease. "His hope was no doubt that through his openness many people throughout the world would see that Aids is a real illness - that it's killing people every day," said Dr Dixon.

 

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Publisher Robert Maxwell dies at sea

 

The body of the millionaire newspaper publisher, Robert Maxwell, has been found in the sea off the coast of Tenerife. Mr Maxwell's body was discovered at approximately 1800 local time (1700 GMT) and flown to Gran Canaria for identification. The publisher had been cruising in the Canary Isles aboard his luxury yacht, the Ghislaine. He is thought to have gone overboard early this morning but was not reported missing until about 1100 local time (1000 GMT) when he failed to answer a telephone call. Two helicopters, rescue launches and a dozen ships were then sent to the area to assist in the search. It is not yet known how Mr Maxwell ended up overboard.

 

The Prime Minister, John Major, has led the tributes to Mr Maxwell, calling him a "great character". From humble beginnings in Czechoslovakia, Robert Maxwell became one of Britain's richest men. He enlisted in the British army during World War II and was decorated for bravery. He subsequently worked for the Foreign Office before building his business empire. In 1984 he achieved a long-held ambition to own a national newspaper when he bought the Daily Mirror. Earlier this year Mr Maxwell also purchased a New York paper, the Daily News, which had been on the brink of closure.

 

But at the same time he was being forced to sell off companies to reduce his debts, prompting criticism of his business methods and abrasive management-style. Dealing in shares in Mr Maxwell's Mirror Group was suspended after the news of his disappearance became public. Mr Maxwell's sons, Kevin and Ian, have been put in charge of his businesses.

 

After Robert Maxwell's death it emerged that the Mirror Group's debts vastly outweighed its assets and £440m was missing from the company's pension funds. In 1996, after an eight-month trial, Kevin and Ian Maxwell and another man, Larry Trachtenberg, were cleared of conspiracy to defraud Mirror Group pensioners. In 2001 the Department of Trade and Industry released a report into the Maxwell affair which said "primary responsibility" for the collapse of the Maxwell business empire lay with its founder. But it added that Kevin Maxwell and some leading City financial institutions also bore a "heavy responsibility" for the company's failure. After Robert Maxwell's death campaigners for the 30,000 Mirror Group pensioners mounted a three-year campaign for compensation. Their funds were largely recovered thanks to a £100m government payout and a £276m out-of-court settlement with City institutions and the remnants of Robert Maxwell's media group.

 

The Son of God

 

29 April - On an edition of Terry Wogan's evening chat show Wogan and amid howls of laughter from the studio audience, former footballer David Icke claims that he is "the son of God," and that Britain will be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. He later said that he had been misinterpreted, and that he had used the term "the son of God" to mean an "aspect" of the Infinite consciousness. The interview proved devastating for him. The BBC was later criticised for allowing the interview to go ahead, Des Christy in The Guardian calling it a "media crucifixion."

 

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Oliver Reed appears on TV drunk

 

28 January – Oliver Reed appears on an edition of the late night discussion programme After Dark discussing militarism, masculine stereotypes and violence to women. Reed drinks alcohol during the broadcast, leading him to become drunk, aggressive and incoherent. He refers to another member of the panel, who has a moustache, as 'tache' and uses offensive language. After one hour Reed returns from the toilet and, getting more to drink, rolls on top of the noted feminist author Kate Millett. The show is briefly taken off air following a hoax call to the station claiming that Channel 4 boss Michael Grade is furious.

 

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Everything I Do, I Do It for You

 

19 October – Canadian singer Bryan Adams makes history when his hit single (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which features in the film Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves (released on 14 June this year, and starring Kevin Costner) enters its 15th successive week at number one in the UK singles charts. 27 October – It loses its number one position at the top of the singles charts after a record 16 consecutive weeks, displaced by U2's The Fly.

 

Christmas Day Wednesday 25th December 1991 ITV Central

 

6.00am TV-am Cartoon Carnival

 

6.30am Klondike Christmas

 

7.00am The Twelve Gifts

 

7.30am Alvin and the Chipmunks

 

7.45am Mr Men

 

8.00am Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible

 

8.30am The Osmonds

 

9.25am Morning Service live from Bristol Cathedral

 

10.20am Cartoon : Ali Baba Bunny starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

 

10.30am Film : The BFG (1989)

 

12.15pm Christmas on Children's Ward

 

12.45pm Brown Bear's Wedding animation

 

1.10pm Film : Pinocchio (1940)

 

2.50pm Coronation Street

 

3.00pm The Queen

 

3.05pm Coronation Street

 

3.35pm Film : For Your Eyes Only (1981) starring Roger Moore

 

5.55pm This Is Your Life

 

6.25pm News, Weather

 

6.30pm Watching

 

7.30pm Coronation Street

 

8.00pm Film : Crocodile Dundee II (1988) starring Paul Hogan

 

10.05pm News, Weather

 

10.15pm Minder

 

11.15pm Film : Police Academy 4 : Citizens on Patrol (1987) starring Steve Guttenberg Première

 

12.50am Film : Assault and Matrimony (1987) starring Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker

 

2.35am Film : Silver Dream Racer (1980) starring David Essex and Beau Bridges

 

4.40am Film : A Tale of Two Cities (1984 ) animation

 

5.35am Cartoons a triple bill of Porky Pig and Sylvester

 

5.55am News

 

1991 Timeline

 

January – Tax-Exempt Special Savings Accounts introduced as a government concession to promote personal savings.

 

3 January – The UK expels all Iraqi diplomats from the country due to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait five months ago.

 

5 January – 27 people die as a result of gale force winds across Britain.

 

8 January – A train crash at Cannon Street station in London kills one person and injures over 500.

 

11 January – As the recession deepens, 335 workers at the Peugeot car factory in Coventry are made redundant while Ford is looking for up to 1,000 voluntary redundancies at its British factories. Thousands of jobs in the financial services factor are reportedly at threat, as the total UK unemployment is currently standing at nearly 1,800,000 but is expected to rise to well over 2,000,000 by the end of the year.

 

14 January – Donald Coleman, Labour MP for Neath in South Wales, dies aged 65.

 

16 January – The final phase of the M40 motorway through Oxfordshire is opened, giving the West Midlands conurbation its first direct motorway link with London.

 

17 January – The Gulf War begins, as the Royal Air Force joins Allied aircraft in bombing raids on Iraq.

 

Regular TV programming is abandoned to bring live coverage of the Gulf War after Allied Forces launch Operation Desert Storm against Iraq. Over the coming weeks there is extended coverage of events in the Persian Gulf. ITV also broadcasts news and discussion programmes about the war throughout the night. Some broadcasting, particularly in the earlier part of the war, comes from CNN.

 

18 January – In spite of the deepening recession, the Conservatives have climbed back to the top of the opinion polls, a MORI poll placing them five points ahead of Labour on 46%.

 

19 January – It is announced that 1,844,000 people are now unemployed in the United Kingdom, and experts warn that the figure will exceed 2,000,000 before the end of the year.

 

28 January – Oliver Reed appears on an edition of the late night discussion programme After Dark discussing militarism, masculine stereotypes and violence to women. Reed drinks alcohol during the broadcast, leading him to become drunk, aggressive and incoherent. He refers to another member of the panel, who has a moustache, as 'tache' and uses offensive language. After one hour Reed returns from the toilet and, getting more to drink, rolls on top of the noted feminist author Kate Millett. The show is briefly taken off air following a hoax call to the station claiming that Channel 4 boss Michael Grade is furious.

 

29 January – John Major resists calls from the Labour Party for interest rates to be cut in a bid to combat the recession.

 

7 February – The Provisional Irish Republican Army launch a mortar attack against 10 Downing Street, blowing in all the windows of the cabinet room, during a session of the War Cabinet, but there are no injuries.

 

8 February – Heavy snow disrupts the country for a second time during the winter 1990–1991 season as Britain experiences a prolonged cold snap.

 

17 February – Barclays Bank is reported to be on the verge of axing more than 13,000 workers.

 

18 February – The IRA explodes bombs in the early morning at both Paddington station and Victoria station in London.

 

25 February – Alan Green, Director of Public Prosecution, announces that the Birmingham Six could soon be free from prison after 17 years as their convictions for terrorism and mass murder are no longer considered safe and satisfactory.

 

26 February – Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein announces the withdrawal of Iraqi troops from Kuwait. As the war comes to its conclusion, television programming begins to return to regular broadcasting.

 

27 February – The National Institute of Economic and Social Research predicts that the recession will end this summer.

 

28 February – Iraq accepts a provisional ceasefire, and British troops halt their advance on Baghdad.

 

3 March – An Ipsos MORI poll shows that John Major is more popular with his voters than his Conservative government.

 

8 March – Ribble Valley, the tenth safest Conservative seat in Britain, is won by the Liberal Democrats in a by-election.

 

9 March – While a guest on the ITV chat show Aspel & Company, singer Rod Stewart takes off his shoes and tosses them into the audience.

 

10 March – The UK reportedly has the fastest pace in rising unemployment than any other European Community country.

 

14 March – The Birmingham Six are freed after the Court of Appeal quashes their convictions over the 1974 pub bombings in Birmingham which killed 21 people and injured more than 160 others.

 

15 March – Unemployment is now above 2,000,000 for the first time in two years. The number of British workers employed in the manufacturing industry has fallen below 5,000,000 for the first time since records began.

 

19 March – Norman Lamont predicts 2% economic contraction for this year.

 

21 March – Education Secretary Kenneth Clarke announces plans to remove further education and sixth form colleges from local authority control.

 

23 March - The Government launches its Citizen's Charter campaign.

 

John Major announces the abolition of the Community Charge.

 

28 March – An inquest in Sheffield into the Hillsborough disaster records a verdict of accidental death on the 95 people who died as a result of the tragedy in 1989. Many of the victims' families criticise the verdict in open court, as many of them had been hoping for a verdict of unlawful killing, or an open verdict, and for criminal charges to be brought against the police officers who patrolled the game.

 

29 March – Sir John Stradling Thomas, Conservative MP for Monmouth, dies aged 65.

 

4 April - Social services in the Orkney Islands are criticised for their handling of more than 100 children who have returned to their families after being taken away over allegations of child abuse.

 

Labour retains the Neath seat in a by-election with new MP Peter Hain gaining more than half of the vote.

 

8 April – The Football Association announces plans for a new "super league" of 18 clubs to replace the Football League First Division as the highest division of English football. The move is attacked by smaller Football League clubs, who fear that they could go out of business if TV revenue was confined to the proposed super league.

 

18 April – Despite the continuing recession, the Conservatives are still top of the opinion polls as the latest MORI poll puts them two points ahead of Labour on 42%. The Liberal Democrats have trebled their showing in the last 15 months, now gaining 15% of the vote.

 

19 April – George Carey enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

20 April – The Sports Channel is rebranded as Sky Sports.

 

23 April – Government confirms that the unpopular Community Charge is to be replaced by a new Council Tax in 1993.

 

29 April - On an edition of Terry Wogan's evening chat show Wogan and amid howls of laughter from the studio audience, former footballer David Icke claims that he is "the son of God," and that Britain will be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. He later said that he had been misinterpreted, and that he had used the term "the son of God" to mean an "aspect" of the Infinite consciousness. The interview proved devastating for him. The BBC was later criticised for allowing the interview to go ahead, Des Christy in The Guardian calling it a "media crucifixion."

 

5 May – Hopes for a quick end to the recession are boosted by CBI predictions that a sharp recovery in business profits will begin shortly.

 

15 May – Manchester United win the European Cup Winners' Cup with a 2–1 win over FC Barcelona of Spain in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Mark Hughes scores both of their goals to give English clubs a winning return to European competitions after their five-year ban was lifted last year.

 

16 May – Unemployment is now at 2,175,000 – the highest since late 1988. It is also above the European average for the first time since 1987.

 

17 May – The Conservatives lose another by-election when Labour gain their Monmouth seat in Wales.

 

18 May – Helen Sharman becomes the first British person in space, flying with the Soyuz TM-12 mission. As of 2011 she is the only British astronaut.

 

Tottenham Hotspur win the FA Cup for a record eighth time with a 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest. Midfielder Paul Gascoigne, a multi-million pound transfer target for Italian side Lazio, suffers cruciate knee ligament damage early in the game and is not expected to play again in 1991.

 

21 May – South Wales, one of the regions hardest hit by unemployment, receives a boost when the go-ahead is given for Japanese electrical company Sony to build a new factory in Bridgend that will create 1,400 jobs when it opens in 1993.

 

22 May – Nearly six months after the breakthrough in the Channel Tunnel service tunnel, the breakthrough in the North rail tunnel is achieved. On the same day, road links to the British terminal are improved when the final section of the M20 motorway is opened between Maidstone and Ashford, meaning that the Chunnel's unbroken motorway link with London has already been completed an estimated three years before the first trains move between Britain and France.

 

24 May - Labour tops a MORI poll for the first time this year as they stand six points ahead of the Conservatives on 43%.

 

Sutton Manor Colliery at Bold in the Lancashire Coalfield closes, the last in Britain to use a steam winding engine.

 

27 May – Eric Heffer, Labour MP for Liverpool Walton, dies after an 18-month battle against cancer.

 

29 May – Economists warn that the economy is still in an "exceptionally steep" recession and that it could be another year before the first real signs of recovery become visible.

 

June – Kia, the Korean carmaker, begins importing cars to the United Kingdom for the first time; initially it will only import the Pride (a rebadged version of the Japanese Mazda 121), but at least one further model is expected to join it by 1994.

 

3 June – The British Army kill three IRA gunmen in Northern Ireland.

 

6 June – Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock condemns John Major for high interest rates, as much as 17%, being charged on small businesses by banks.

 

10 June – The National Gallery (London) opens its new Sainsbury Wing to the public.

 

13 June – Unemployment is reported to have risen to 2,250,000, the lowest monthly rise reported this year.

 

14 June – Julie Ann Gibson becomes the first woman to qualify as a pilot with the Royal Air Force.

 

19 June – Secretary of State for Employment Michael Howard announces a £230million plan to tackle rising unemployment.

 

25 June – Nissan, the Japanese carmaker with a plant at Sunderland, starts "price wars" by reducing the cost of its cars in order to boost flagging sales brought on by the recession.

 

28 June - Seven months after her resignation as prime minister, Margaret Thatcher announces that she will stand down as a Member of Parliament at the general election, which has to be held within the next 12 months.

 

The final breakthrough in the Channel Tunnel is achieved when the last section of clay in the South rail tunnel is bored away.

 

July – South African produced cars are imported to Britain for the first time, with the launch of the Sao Penza, a rebadged version of the Mazda 323.

 

Production of the Vauxhall Belmont compact saloon ends and a newer Astra range of hatchbacks and estates begins with saloon and convertible models arriving later.

 

4 July – Labour retains the Walton seat in a by-election, with new MP Peter Kilfoyle gaining more than half of the vote.

 

5 July – The Bank of England closes down the Bank of Credit and Commerce International amid fraud allegations. Several local authorities in the UK lose millions of pounds in investments held with the bank.

 

8 July – Two suspected IRA terrorists shoot their way out of Brixton Prison in London.

 

11 July – Labour Party MP, Terry Fields, joins the list of people jailed for refusal to pay the poll tax after he receives a 60-day prison sentence. He is the first MP to be jailed for refusing to pay the controversial tax which was introduced early last year.

 

14 July - 1991 British Grand Prix - Podium First: United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault Second: Austria Gerhard Berger McLaren-Honda Third: France Alain ProstFerrari.

 

15 July – 17th G7 summit held in London.

 

16 July – A government survey of children's school reading reveals that Roald Dahl, who died eight months ago, has now overtaken Enid Blyton as the most popular author of children's books.

 

18 July – Economists warn that unemployment will reach 3,000,000 (a level not seen since early 1987) by the end of next year.

 

23 July – The Ministry of Defence proposes the merge of 22 army regiments as part of a general reform programme.

 

24 July – Chancellor Norman Lamont assures the House of Commons that the economic recovery will begin before the end of this year.

 

31 July – The BBC's Lime Grove Studios close.

 

NICAM stereo sound introduced on BBC Television.

 

8 August – John McCarthy, a British hostage held in Lebanon for over 5 years is freed.

 

12 August – The Times reports that every job vacancy is being chased by 22 applicants.

 

16 August – The Bank of England declares that the worst of the current recession is now over.

 

23 August – Growing confidence over economic recovery has helped boost the Conservative government's popularity, as they return to the top of the MORI poll with a two-point lead over Labour putting them on 42%.

 

29 August - Rioting breaks out in Leeds and Cardiff.

 

Princess Diana attends the funeral of Adrian Ward-Jackson, her friend who died of AIDS earlier this month.

 

Alick Buchanan-Smith, Conservative MP for Kincardine and Deeside, dies aged 59.

 

30 August – Scottish runner Liz McColgan becomes the first British gold medalist at the World Athletics Championships in Tokyo, Japan.

 

3 September – Following the recent outbreaks of violence in Leeds and Cardiff, rioting breaks out at Handsworth in Birmingham, Kates Hill in Dudley and Blackbird Leys in Oxford.

 

5 September – The actor Arthur Pentelow, who died on 6 August, makes his final on screen appearance as Henry Wilks in Emmerdale. The character dies off screen on 3 October.

 

12 September – Unemployment has hit 2,400,000 – the highest level since the spring of 1988 – completing a 50% rise in just over a year. However, the rate of rising unemployment is slowing down and retail sales are improving.

 

13 September – Further rioting breaks out in Tyneside.

 

14 September – George Buckley, Labour MP for Hemsworth in West Yorkshire, dies aged 56.

 

15 September – A poll shows that Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock is a liability to his party, who are now behind John Major's Conservative Party in the opinion polls.

 

17 September – Neil Kinnock hits out at claims that he is to blame for his party falling behind in the opinion polls, sparking speculation that John Major will call a general election within the next two months.

 

19 September – Robin Leigh-Pemberton, governor of the Bank of England, says that he is confident that the recession is now over in Britain.

 

20 September – Richard Holt, Conservative MP for Langbaurgh in Cleveland, dies suddenly at the age of 60.

 

25 September – Kidnappers in Beirut release hostage Jackie Mann after over 2 years in captivity.

 

October – Vauxhall launches the third generation of its popular Astra family hatchback and estate, with saloon and cabriolet variants due next year.

 

Cigar and pipe tobacco adverts are banned from UK television.

 

2 October – Just over two weeks after Neil Kinnock was damned by a poll as a "liability" to the Labour Party, the leader and his MPs are celebrating after they overtake the Conservatives by two points in the opinion polls.

 

9 October – The first Sumo tournmament to be held outside Japan is hosted at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

 

11 October – John Major outlines his vision of a "classless" Britain in a party conference at Blackpool, where his predecessor Margaret Thatcher voices her support for him.

 

16 October – The ITV franchise auction results are announced and many notable names go off air including Thames Television, TVS, TSW, TV-am and ORACLE Teletext. The changes take effect at midnight GMT on 1 January 1993.

 

17 October – The smallest monthly rise in unemployment since last November is cited by the government as an "unmistakable" sign that the recession is drawing to a close.

 

18 October – Labour's hopes of election success are boosted by the latest MORI poll, which shows them six points ahead of the Conservatives on 45%.

 

19 October – Canadian singer Bryan Adams makes history when his hit single (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which features in the film Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves (released on 14 June this year, and starring Kevin Costner) enters its 15th successive week at number one in the UK singles charts.

 

22 October – Leonora Knatchbull, the five-year-old daughter of Norton Knatchbull, 8th Baron Brabourne and his wife Penelope, dies after a one-year battle against a kidney tumour. She was also a great-grandchild of Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was murdered by the IRA in 1979. She is buried at Romsey Abbey on 26 October.

 

23 October – In the legal case of R v R decided on appeal, the Law Lords unanimously decide that spousal rape is a crime in England and Wales, overturning the principle established by Chief Justice Hale in 1736.

 

27 October – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, the power ballad performed by Canadian singer Bryan Adams, loses its number one position at the top of the singles charts after a record 16 consecutive weeks, displaced by U2's The Fly.

 

29 October – Hopes that the recession is drawing to a close are boosted by CBI findings that show that manufacturers are now more optimistic than at any time in the past three years.

 

November - Computer retailer PC World opens its first store in Croydon, Surrey.

 

Alan Sked forms the Anti-Federalist League, a political party aiming to field election candidates opposed to the Maastricht Treaty.

 

5 November – Robert Maxwell, owner of numerous business interests including the Daily Mirror newspaper, is found dead off the coast of Tenerife; his cause of death is unconfirmed, but reports suggest that he has committed suicide.

 

7 November – Labour retains its control of Hemsworth in the by-election, with the new MP being Derek Enright, while the Liberal Democrats gain Kincardine and Deeside from the Conservatives in another by-election. Another by-election sees the Conservatives lose Langbaurgh to Labour, who gain a new MP in 35-year-old Indian born Ashok Kumar.

 

9 November – First ever controlled and substantial production of fusion energy achieved at the Joint European Torus in Oxford.

 

15 November – Britain's hopes of economy recovery are dealt with a major blow when shares on the Wall Street Stock Exchange fall by 120 points.

 

16 November – Two IRA bombers die in St Albans, Hertfordshire, when a bomb explodes prematurely.

 

18 November – Terry Waite, a British hostage held in Lebanon, is freed after four-and-a-half years in captivity.

 

23 November – Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of rock band Queen, announces that he is suffering from AIDS, following lengthy media speculation about his health.

 

24 November – Freddie Mercury dies at his home in London, just 24 hours after going public with the news that he was suffering from AIDS.

 

25 November - The Court of Appeal quashes the convictions of Winston Silcott, Engin Raghip and Mark Braithwaite, for the murder of PC Keith Blakelock in the Broadwater Farm riot at Tottenham, North London, six years ago. Raghip and Braithwaite are released from prison, but Silcott remains imprisoned for a separate murder.

 

26 November – Julin Bristol, the last UK nuclear test, takes place at the Nevada Test Site.

 

27 November - Freddie Mercury is cremated after a funeral service at West London Crematorium.

 

The government announces that joyriders who are found guilty should face a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment as well as unlimited fines and unlimited automatic driving bans. Joyriding has recently surged across Britain, with almost all of those involved being children and teenagers.

 

28 November – First performance of Alan Bennett's play The Madness of George III in London.

 

1 December – Thousands of British shops, including retail giants Asda and Tesco, defy trading laws and open their doors on a Sunday in a bid to boost trade that has been badly hit by the ongoing recession.

 

5 December – The Robert Maxwell Business Empire goes into receivership with £1billion+ debts, exactly one month after Robert Maxwell's death. The Daily Mirror reports that Maxwell had wrongly removed £350million from its pension fund shortly before he died.

 

10 December – Ronald Coase wins the Nobel Prize in Economics "for his discovery and clarification of the significance of transaction costs and property rights for the institutional structure and functioning of the economy".

 

16 December – Stella Rimington announced as the first female director general of MI5.

 

19 December – Unemployment is now above 2,500,000 for the first time since early 1988.

 

23 December – Bohemian Rhapsody returns to the top of the British singles charts after 16 years, with the re-release's proceeds being donated to the Terence Higgins Trust.

 

25 December – In an unusual move, the Royal Christmas Message is integrated into the first of the day's episodes of Coronation Street on ITV. Character Alf Roberts sat down in front of his television, 'watched' the speech in its entirety, and the episode resumed.

 

27 December – The last MORI poll of 1991 shows that Labour are six points ahead of the Conservatives with 44% of the vote.

 

29 December – A quarterly opinion poll shows that Neil Kinnock and Labour are three points ahead of John Major and the Conservatives, sparking hope for Labour that they will win the next election (which has to be held within five months) or at least the election will result in a hung parliament for the first time since 1974.

 

The economy remains rooted in the recession which began last year.

 

Despite the deepening recession, inflation has been substantially decreased to 5.9%.

 

One Canada Square at Canary Wharf in London becomes the tallest building in the UK.

 

The Communist Party of Great Britain dissolves.

 

Scout Groups may admit girls to all their sections.

 

Despite the onset of the recession and a sharp fall in new car sales (with fewer than 1,600,000 new cars being sold in 1991 compared to the record of more than 2,300,000 in 1989), Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK's car plant at Sunderland returns a profit for the first time, making £18.4million this year. It currently only makes the Primera family saloon and hatchbacks there, but from August next year it will be joined by the new version of the smaller Micra.

 

Television

 

BBC1

 

3 January – The Brittas Empire (1991–1994, 1996–1997)

8 January – Spender (1991–1993)

12 January – Joking Apart (1991, 1993)

30 April – Big Break (1991–2002)

31 August – The House of Eliott (1991–1994)

3 September – 2point4 Children (1991–1999)

26 September – Get Your Own Back (1991–2003)

Spider! (1991)

Brum (1991–1994, 2001–2002)

23 November – Noel's House Party (1991–1999)

 

BBC2

 

17 September – Bottom (1991–1995)

14 November – Murder Most Horrid (1991–1999)

 

ITV

 

7 April – The Darling Buds of May (1991–1993)

7 April – Prime Suspect (1991–2006)

3 May – Second Thoughts (1991–1994)

17 May – A Perfect Hero (1991)

10 June – Soldier Soldier (1991–1997)

6 September – Victor and Hugo (1991–1992)

11 September – Thatcher: The Final Days (1991)

17 October – Captain Zed and the Zee Zone (1991–1992)

25 December – Brown Bear's Wedding (1991)

Bernard Wenton, performing as Nat King Cole wins the second series of Stars in Their Eyes.

 

Channel 4

 

6 June – G.B.H. (1991)

30 June – Family Pride (1991–1992)

24 December – Father Christmas (1991)

 

April – Channel 4's three-week Banned season features a series of films and programmes which had previously been banned from British television or cinema. The season includes network television showings of Scum, Monty Python's Life of Brian and Sebastiane. There is also a second broadcast of the controversial 1988 Thames Television documentary Death on the Rock which investigated the shooting of three members of the IRA by the SAS in Gibraltar. The season proves to be controversial and Channel 4 is investigated by the Obscene Publications Squad and referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

 

Charts Number-one singles

 

"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" - Iron Maiden

"Sadness (Part I)" - Enigma

"Innuendo" - Queen

"3 a.m. Eternal" - The KLF

"Do the Bartman" - The Simpsons

"Should I Stay or Should I Go" - The Clash

"The Stonk" - Hale and Pace

"The One and Only" - Chesney Hawkes

"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" - Cher

"I Wanna Sex You Up" - Color Me Badd

"Any Dream Will Do" - Jason Donovan

"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" - Bryan Adams

"The Fly" - U2

"Dizzy" - Vic Reeves and The Wonder Stuff

"Black or White" - Michael Jackson

"Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me" - George Michael and Elton John

"Bohemian Rhapsody / These Are the Days of Our Lives" - Queen

 

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

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56 The Florists^ Review AnonsT 21, 1010. reputation for its importations of rare birds from Australia and other parts of the world, the collection being one of the finest maintained for commercial purposes in the country. Three large and attractive aviaries in one of the conservatories house from 300 to 500 specimens, including from fifty to Beventy-five varieties, which are kept under natural conditions as far as possi- ble. Manager Harry Gibson, of the Zieger Co., is probably better versed in bird lore than any distributor in this section of the country. He expects to take an extended motor trip east/in Sep- tember. Miss Minnie Gerbie, W the sales force, is now on a two weeks' -Vaca- tion. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith left August 14 for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Smith's family, near Buffalo, N. Y. Edward L. Weaver, the veteran sales- man for Eandolph & McClements, is on his vacation, the greater part of which is spent at home. Miss Essie Reilly spent her vacation at her home in Brad- dock, returning to business last week. Miss Clara Hittle and Miss Madeline Farrell, of the ofl&ce staff, are having ;vacation. Miss Hittle at her home in the east end and Miss Farrell at Ohiopyle, Pa. William G. Picketts, of the design- ;ing force, will spend a part of Septem- jber in New York city and Atlantic City. '!{, Accompanied by his family, Manager iiflohn B. Strayer, of the landscape de- partment of the A. W. Smith Co., eft August 11 for a motor trip to in- clude Q^|iUind, Detroit and Mackinac. SiS| ttA|hf^9eick, of the accounting de- }a^n||Alijlsez' sister, Miss LilliaA Beck, jnfi'mend are at Conneaut lake. Miss Bessie Boyd, the assistant auditor, and her sister, Mrs. Charles M. Kennedy, have gone to New York city, where they will spend the remainder of the month. Miss Margaret L. Burns, manager of the branch shop at the corner of Penn ave- nue and Stanwix street, left August 9 to spend a few weeks at her home in Fairmount, W. Va. Her assistant. Miss Bessie Hazen, has returned from a two weeks* visit at her home in Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Fuchs, of Car- son street, expect to leave shortly for a trip including Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit, arriving in Detroit in time for the convention. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. ^iegelmeier and their daughter, Miss Helen Eiegelmeier, have returned from a motor trip along the Atlantic coast, stopping en route in New York, Phila- delphia and Atlantic City. William Clarke, the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Clarke, has matricu- lated for the Pennsylvania State College and will enter the agricultural depart- ment in September with the intention of specializing in floriculture. He and his brother Ben motored from Lake Chau- tauqua last week, accompanied by their sister, Mrs. Albert E, Erickson, and the latter's two children, who had been spending several weeks at the Clarke's cottage. The boys returned to the lake August 2, accompanied by their father, who will spend the remainder of the month with the family in the east. Sergeant Charles S. Zimmerman, treas- urer of the I. W. Seed Co., is again on the job, having been discharged from the service. He was stationed at Spring- field, Mass. Mr. Zimmerman's intention is to take a motor trip east later in the season. The A. W. Smith Co. received a tele- gram a few days ago announcing the safe arrival of Sergeant Balph F. Pinner llllllllllllllllllllililllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

 

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92 The Weekly Florists^ Review* March 18, 1909. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 'I'lic ml llciwcr limlr has liccii (|uite dull hiti'ly. A ;^(iiiil supplv I't' llowi'rs is jKiw i>\^. lidii: .M;iiin I'.ios. He .'lisd li.'is smile nicr ;iz:ili';is. All llii' llpldWli lliiiisis rciicc, oil I'liiiiii slrct'i, Niillt/ ;iihI I >;i\ ('ii]nir1 & Sim. ;ii'(' slidwiiiL; .1111 iirt i \r wiiuldW dis- jijiiys. \l. II. WiiuilliiHIsr w ill li;i\ (' .-lliout lO.OHd j.',.T;iniuills :illd othrr lirddili^- Hto«-k 1'(ii- ilic sjiiiiii; ir.-idc. lie is cut- liny siiiih iiiic liiis" |iiiik l\iicli;iiiti'('ss. !•;. <i. l);i\is li;is hrcii shiiipiiiy soinc nice 1'rni fidiids. Tliis is uiio of liis Kjiccialtics. A. 1!. Ilutliiiway is ].ickiii<i soiiie iiiie sini^le \iolcts. Uo lias a j^oud supjdv of liuUi stock on hand. Win. Livcscv lias al'ont (i.iKHi stocks foi' Memorial day. At a nicctiiiy cd' tlir llorticultiiial 8o «'ioty held .Maitdi S it was voted to urj,'e the city ciuiiicil to make an ajJiuopria- tioii for the forest ry department to spray the trees as a protection ajfjiinst the various kinds of jiests that threaten their destruction in this citv. AV. T^. TARRYTOWN, N. Y. The hist monthly nu'ctinji; of the Tar- rytown ]Iorticultnral Society was held on the e\enin^ of Feliruary 2G, which .had been set apart as carnation ni<:fht. There was an unusually lariLie attendance of the inendjers, who all seemed mesmer- ized <i7i seeing such a display of carna- tions. Tlie prize offeri'ij by Mr. Marshall, of Katonah, for three varieties, six of each, broujiht forward heavy competition. First honors went to .tames Stuart, Mamaroneck, who juit u]» JJnchantress, Kose-jiink Knchantress and Victory in {:;reat shape. liol)ert Anji;ns was second, and 'J'honias Aitchison and W. Jamieson each icceived an honorable mention. 1". ]i'. I'ierson Co. exhibited two prom ising seedliii;,fs. one jiure white and the other ])ink, and both were awarded cer tificates. William ]\oberts, of Ossinin;;, also received a certificate, for a good <lark seedlincr. Francis Gibson received a cultural certilicate lor a maj^nificent bunch of sinjilc violets. The evening,' was largely devoted to revising the schedules and fixing the dates for the .lune and fall shows. W. Jamiesox. Bkvkki.y. M.vs.s. — William Murphy, who has iiail charge of the greenhouse on tlie Hugo Johnstone estate for some time, has resigned his position. HYACINTH STAKES Just the thing for tyinf? up Hyacinths, Tulips, Fuchsias, and all pot plants IfOO Plain 12 in., $1.10 Plain 18 in., 1.25 Green 12 in., 1.50 Green 18 in., 1.75 Stumpp & Walter Co. so Barclay street, NEW YORK

 

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1991 Following the Iraq invasion Kuwait A United Nations Coalition Force including USA, Arab and European countries Bombs Iraq Forces in Kuwait and force Iraq Forces out of Kuwait and back to Iraq. After many years of Apartheid in South Africa a new constitution for multicultural society is formed. This is also the beginning of the Balkan Wars and Lech Walesa is elected as President of Poland. This is also the year that Freddie Mercury the lead singer of the band Queen dies on 24th November from the AIDS Virus. Some of the notable technology advances include Airbag, A Blue Rose (through the use of Genetic Engineering) and Tim Berners-Lee introduces the web browser.

 

Winter of 1990–91

 

The winter of 1990–1991 was a particularly cold winter in Western Europe, noted especially for its effect on the United Kingdom, and for two significantly heavy falls of snow which occurred in December 1990 and February 1991. Sandwiched in between was a period of high winds and heavy rain which caused widespread damage. The winter was the coldest since January 1987, and the snowfall experienced in many parts of the United Kingdom would not be seen again until the snowfall of February 2009.

 

The harsh weather conditions brought down power lines across England leading to loss of electricity for many areas. Power was also disrupted in parts of France. In the UK some 650,000 people were without power, and about 1.2 million without water supplies for several days. The Army was called in to help restore utility supplies to outlying areas. In addition, the adverse weather conditions had a negative economic impact with takings at stores on what was the third Saturday before Christmas considerably lower than normal.

 

The severe weather led to the deaths of ten people in the United Kingdom. Three were killed in road accidents in Northern Ireland which was hit by gale force winds.

 

Most of the snow had gone within four days, but its effects were felt for several days afterward. Much of the rest of December was unsettled, and the United Kingdom was hit by heavy storms over the Christmas and New Year period. High winds and heavy rain on Christmas Day caused disruption and power cuts for some parts of the United Kingdom, while the UK and Ireland experienced severe gales on 5 and 6 January 1991. Gusts of up to 70 mph brought down trees and power lines leaving thousands of homes blacked out across Ireland and the southwest of England, resulting in the deaths of 30 people. The dead included 11 crew members who were lost off two merchant vessels, a couple out walking on the beach near Brighton and 13 people who died in Ireland as a result of falling trees and other accidents. Seven of the Irish deaths occurred when a tree crashed onto a minibus.

 

Giant of rock dies

 

Freddie Mercury has died aged 45, just one day after he publicly announced he was HIV positive. The lead singer for rock group Queen died quietly at his home in west London of bronchio-pneumonia, brought on by Aids, his publicist said. The flamboyant star is thought to have had the disease for two years, but he continued to make music and the decline in his health was only rarely glimpsed. Mercury was born Farookh Bulsara in Zanzibar in 1946 and spent most of his childhood in India before his family settled in England in 1964. That year he enrolled in art school. Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May and Mike Grose formed Queen in 1970. Regarded by fans and critics alike as a consummate showman, Mercury was openly bisexual and enjoyed a colourful rock-star lifestyle.

 

Tributes from all over the world have been pouring in for the man who stole the show at Live Aid and wrote ground-breaking hits like Bohemian Rhapsody - which was number one in the UK for nine weeks. Music critic Paul Gambaccini praised Mercury for his huge contribution to hard rock music. "He gave a form which was pretty staid and sour, a great personality," he said. The director of an Aids education charity, Dr Patrick Dixon, told the BBC that Mercury's greatest gift to his fans was admitting he was suffering from the disease. "His hope was no doubt that through his openness many people throughout the world would see that Aids is a real illness - that it's killing people every day," said Dr Dixon.

 

Publisher Robert Maxwell dies at sea

 

The body of the millionaire newspaper publisher, Robert Maxwell, has been found in the sea off the coast of Tenerife. Mr Maxwell's body was discovered at approximately 1800 local time (1700 GMT) and flown to Gran Canaria for identification. The publisher had been cruising in the Canary Isles aboard his luxury yacht, the Ghislaine. He is thought to have gone overboard early this morning but was not reported missing until about 1100 local time (1000 GMT) when he failed to answer a telephone call. Two helicopters, rescue launches and a dozen ships were then sent to the area to assist in the search. It is not yet known how Mr Maxwell ended up overboard.

 

The Prime Minister, John Major, has led the tributes to Mr Maxwell, calling him a "great character". From humble beginnings in Czechoslovakia, Robert Maxwell became one of Britain's richest men. He enlisted in the British army during World War II and was decorated for bravery. He subsequently worked for the Foreign Office before building his business empire. In 1984 he achieved a long-held ambition to own a national newspaper when he bought the Daily Mirror. Earlier this year Mr Maxwell also purchased a New York paper, the Daily News, which had been on the brink of closure.

 

But at the same time he was being forced to sell off companies to reduce his debts, prompting criticism of his business methods and abrasive management-style. Dealing in shares in Mr Maxwell's Mirror Group was suspended after the news of his disappearance became public. Mr Maxwell's sons, Kevin and Ian, have been put in charge of his businesses.

 

After Robert Maxwell's death it emerged that the Mirror Group's debts vastly outweighed its assets and £440m was missing from the company's pension funds. In 1996, after an eight-month trial, Kevin and Ian Maxwell and another man, Larry Trachtenberg, were cleared of conspiracy to defraud Mirror Group pensioners. In 2001 the Department of Trade and Industry released a report into the Maxwell affair which said "primary responsibility" for the collapse of the Maxwell business empire lay with its founder. But it added that Kevin Maxwell and some leading City financial institutions also bore a "heavy responsibility" for the company's failure. After Robert Maxwell's death campaigners for the 30,000 Mirror Group pensioners mounted a three-year campaign for compensation. Their funds were largely recovered thanks to a £100m government payout and a £276m out-of-court settlement with City institutions and the remnants of Robert Maxwell's media group.

 

The Son of God

 

29 April - On an edition of Terry Wogan's evening chat show Wogan and amid howls of laughter from the studio audience, former footballer David Icke claims that he is "the son of God," and that Britain will be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. He later said that he had been misinterpreted, and that he had used the term "the son of God" to mean an "aspect" of the Infinite consciousness. The interview proved devastating for him. The BBC was later criticised for allowing the interview to go ahead, Des Christy in The Guardian calling it a "media crucifixion."

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2MEN4-49dM

 

Oliver Reed appears on TV drunk

 

28 January – Oliver Reed appears on an edition of the late night discussion programme After Dark discussing militarism, masculine stereotypes and violence to women. Reed drinks alcohol during the broadcast, leading him to become drunk, aggressive and incoherent. He refers to another member of the panel, who has a moustache, as 'tache' and uses offensive language. After one hour Reed returns from the toilet and, getting more to drink, rolls on top of the noted feminist author Kate Millett. The show is briefly taken off air following a hoax call to the station claiming that Channel 4 boss Michael Grade is furious.

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_hBnSkQZCQ

 

Everything I Do, I Do It for You

 

19 October – Canadian singer Bryan Adams makes history when his hit single (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which features in the film Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves (released on 14 June this year, and starring Kevin Costner) enters its 15th successive week at number one in the UK singles charts. 27 October – It loses its number one position at the top of the singles charts after a record 16 consecutive weeks, displaced by U2's The Fly.

 

Christmas Day Wednesday 25th December 1991 ITV Central

 

6.00am TV-am Cartoon Carnival

 

6.30am Klondike Christmas

 

7.00am The Twelve Gifts

 

7.30am Alvin and the Chipmunks

 

7.45am Mr Men

 

8.00am Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible

 

8.30am The Osmonds

 

9.25am Morning Service live from Bristol Cathedral

 

10.20am Cartoon : Ali Baba Bunny starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

 

10.30am Film : The BFG (1989)

 

12.15pm Christmas on Children's Ward

 

12.45pm Brown Bear's Wedding animation

 

1.10pm Film : Pinocchio (1940)

 

2.50pm Coronation Street

 

3.00pm The Queen

 

3.05pm Coronation Street

 

3.35pm Film : For Your Eyes Only (1981) starring Roger Moore

 

5.55pm This Is Your Life

 

6.25pm News, Weather

 

6.30pm Watching

 

7.30pm Coronation Street

 

8.00pm Film : Crocodile Dundee II (1988) starring Paul Hogan

 

10.05pm News, Weather

 

10.15pm Minder

 

11.15pm Film : Police Academy 4 : Citizens on Patrol (1987) starring Steve Guttenberg Première

 

12.50am Film : Assault and Matrimony (1987) starring Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker

 

2.35am Film : Silver Dream Racer (1980) starring David Essex and Beau Bridges

 

4.40am Film : A Tale of Two Cities (1984 ) animation

 

5.35am Cartoons a triple bill of Porky Pig and Sylvester

 

5.55am News

 

1991 Timeline

 

January – Tax-Exempt Special Savings Accounts introduced as a government concession to promote personal savings.

 

3 January – The UK expels all Iraqi diplomats from the country due to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait five months ago.

 

5 January – 27 people die as a result of gale force winds across Britain.

 

8 January – A train crash at Cannon Street station in London kills one person and injures over 500.

 

11 January – As the recession deepens, 335 workers at the Peugeot car factory in Coventry are made redundant while Ford is looking for up to 1,000 voluntary redundancies at its British factories. Thousands of jobs in the financial services factor are reportedly at threat, as the total UK unemployment is currently standing at nearly 1,800,000 but is expected to rise to well over 2,000,000 by the end of the year.

 

14 January – Donald Coleman, Labour MP for Neath in South Wales, dies aged 65.

 

16 January – The final phase of the M40 motorway through Oxfordshire is opened, giving the West Midlands conurbation its first direct motorway link with London.

 

17 January – The Gulf War begins, as the Royal Air Force joins Allied aircraft in bombing raids on Iraq.

 

Regular TV programming is abandoned to bring live coverage of the Gulf War after Allied Forces launch Operation Desert Storm against Iraq. Over the coming weeks there is extended coverage of events in the Persian Gulf. ITV also broadcasts news and discussion programmes about the war throughout the night. Some broadcasting, particularly in the earlier part of the war, comes from CNN.

 

18 January – In spite of the deepening recession, the Conservatives have climbed back to the top of the opinion polls, a MORI poll placing them five points ahead of Labour on 46%.

 

19 January – It is announced that 1,844,000 people are now unemployed in the United Kingdom, and experts warn that the figure will exceed 2,000,000 before the end of the year.

 

28 January – Oliver Reed appears on an edition of the late night discussion programme After Dark discussing militarism, masculine stereotypes and violence to women. Reed drinks alcohol during the broadcast, leading him to become drunk, aggressive and incoherent. He refers to another member of the panel, who has a moustache, as 'tache' and uses offensive language. After one hour Reed returns from the toilet and, getting more to drink, rolls on top of the noted feminist author Kate Millett. The show is briefly taken off air following a hoax call to the station claiming that Channel 4 boss Michael Grade is furious.

 

29 January – John Major resists calls from the Labour Party for interest rates to be cut in a bid to combat the recession.

 

7 February – The Provisional Irish Republican Army launch a mortar attack against 10 Downing Street, blowing in all the windows of the cabinet room, during a session of the War Cabinet, but there are no injuries.

 

8 February – Heavy snow disrupts the country for a second time during the winter 1990–1991 season as Britain experiences a prolonged cold snap.

 

17 February – Barclays Bank is reported to be on the verge of axing more than 13,000 workers.

 

18 February – The IRA explodes bombs in the early morning at both Paddington station and Victoria station in London.

 

25 February – Alan Green, Director of Public Prosecution, announces that the Birmingham Six could soon be free from prison after 17 years as their convictions for terrorism and mass murder are no longer considered safe and satisfactory.

 

26 February – Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein announces the withdrawal of Iraqi troops from Kuwait. As the war comes to its conclusion, television programming begins to return to regular broadcasting.

 

27 February – The National Institute of Economic and Social Research predicts that the recession will end this summer.

 

28 February – Iraq accepts a provisional ceasefire, and British troops halt their advance on Baghdad.

 

3 March – An Ipsos MORI poll shows that John Major is more popular with his voters than his Conservative government.

 

8 March – Ribble Valley, the tenth safest Conservative seat in Britain, is won by the Liberal Democrats in a by-election.

 

9 March – While a guest on the ITV chat show Aspel & Company, singer Rod Stewart takes off his shoes and tosses them into the audience.

 

10 March – The UK reportedly has the fastest pace in rising unemployment than any other European Community country.

 

14 March – The Birmingham Six are freed after the Court of Appeal quashes their convictions over the 1974 pub bombings in Birmingham which killed 21 people and injured more than 160 others.

 

15 March – Unemployment is now above 2,000,000 for the first time in two years. The number of British workers employed in the manufacturing industry has fallen below 5,000,000 for the first time since records began.

 

19 March – Norman Lamont predicts 2% economic contraction for this year.

 

21 March – Education Secretary Kenneth Clarke announces plans to remove further education and sixth form colleges from local authority control.

 

23 March - The Government launches its Citizen's Charter campaign.

 

John Major announces the abolition of the Community Charge.

 

28 March – An inquest in Sheffield into the Hillsborough disaster records a verdict of accidental death on the 95 people who died as a result of the tragedy in 1989. Many of the victims' families criticise the verdict in open court, as many of them had been hoping for a verdict of unlawful killing, or an open verdict, and for criminal charges to be brought against the police officers who patrolled the game.

 

29 March – Sir John Stradling Thomas, Conservative MP for Monmouth, dies aged 65.

 

4 April - Social services in the Orkney Islands are criticised for their handling of more than 100 children who have returned to their families after being taken away over allegations of child abuse.

 

Labour retains the Neath seat in a by-election with new MP Peter Hain gaining more than half of the vote.

 

8 April – The Football Association announces plans for a new "super league" of 18 clubs to replace the Football League First Division as the highest division of English football. The move is attacked by smaller Football League clubs, who fear that they could go out of business if TV revenue was confined to the proposed super league.

 

18 April – Despite the continuing recession, the Conservatives are still top of the opinion polls as the latest MORI poll puts them two points ahead of Labour on 42%. The Liberal Democrats have trebled their showing in the last 15 months, now gaining 15% of the vote.

 

19 April – George Carey enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

20 April – The Sports Channel is rebranded as Sky Sports.

 

23 April – Government confirms that the unpopular Community Charge is to be replaced by a new Council Tax in 1993.

 

29 April - On an edition of Terry Wogan's evening chat show Wogan and amid howls of laughter from the studio audience, former footballer David Icke claims that he is "the son of God," and that Britain will be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. He later said that he had been misinterpreted, and that he had used the term "the son of God" to mean an "aspect" of the Infinite consciousness. The interview proved devastating for him. The BBC was later criticised for allowing the interview to go ahead, Des Christy in The Guardian calling it a "media crucifixion."

 

5 May – Hopes for a quick end to the recession are boosted by CBI predictions that a sharp recovery in business profits will begin shortly.

 

15 May – Manchester United win the European Cup Winners' Cup with a 2–1 win over FC Barcelona of Spain in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Mark Hughes scores both of their goals to give English clubs a winning return to European competitions after their five-year ban was lifted last year.

 

16 May – Unemployment is now at 2,175,000 – the highest since late 1988. It is also above the European average for the first time since 1987.

 

17 May – The Conservatives lose another by-election when Labour gain their Monmouth seat in Wales.

 

18 May – Helen Sharman becomes the first British person in space, flying with the Soyuz TM-12 mission. As of 2011 she is the only British astronaut.

 

Tottenham Hotspur win the FA Cup for a record eighth time with a 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest. Midfielder Paul Gascoigne, a multi-million pound transfer target for Italian side Lazio, suffers cruciate knee ligament damage early in the game and is not expected to play again in 1991.

 

21 May – South Wales, one of the regions hardest hit by unemployment, receives a boost when the go-ahead is given for Japanese electrical company Sony to build a new factory in Bridgend that will create 1,400 jobs when it opens in 1993.

 

22 May – Nearly six months after the breakthrough in the Channel Tunnel service tunnel, the breakthrough in the North rail tunnel is achieved. On the same day, road links to the British terminal are improved when the final section of the M20 motorway is opened between Maidstone and Ashford, meaning that the Chunnel's unbroken motorway link with London has already been completed an estimated three years before the first trains move between Britain and France.

 

24 May - Labour tops a MORI poll for the first time this year as they stand six points ahead of the Conservatives on 43%.

 

Sutton Manor Colliery at Bold in the Lancashire Coalfield closes, the last in Britain to use a steam winding engine.

 

27 May – Eric Heffer, Labour MP for Liverpool Walton, dies after an 18-month battle against cancer.

 

29 May – Economists warn that the economy is still in an "exceptionally steep" recession and that it could be another year before the first real signs of recovery become visible.

 

June – Kia, the Korean carmaker, begins importing cars to the United Kingdom for the first time; initially it will only import the Pride (a rebadged version of the Japanese Mazda 121), but at least one further model is expected to join it by 1994.

 

3 June – The British Army kill three IRA gunmen in Northern Ireland.

 

6 June – Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock condemns John Major for high interest rates, as much as 17%, being charged on small businesses by banks.

 

10 June – The National Gallery (London) opens its new Sainsbury Wing to the public.

 

13 June – Unemployment is reported to have risen to 2,250,000, the lowest monthly rise reported this year.

 

14 June – Julie Ann Gibson becomes the first woman to qualify as a pilot with the Royal Air Force.

 

19 June – Secretary of State for Employment Michael Howard announces a £230million plan to tackle rising unemployment.

 

25 June – Nissan, the Japanese carmaker with a plant at Sunderland, starts "price wars" by reducing the cost of its cars in order to boost flagging sales brought on by the recession.

 

28 June - Seven months after her resignation as prime minister, Margaret Thatcher announces that she will stand down as a Member of Parliament at the general election, which has to be held within the next 12 months.

 

The final breakthrough in the Channel Tunnel is achieved when the last section of clay in the South rail tunnel is bored away.

 

July – South African produced cars are imported to Britain for the first time, with the launch of the Sao Penza, a rebadged version of the Mazda 323.

 

Production of the Vauxhall Belmont compact saloon ends and a newer Astra range of hatchbacks and estates begins with saloon and convertible models arriving later.

 

4 July – Labour retains the Walton seat in a by-election, with new MP Peter Kilfoyle gaining more than half of the vote.

 

5 July – The Bank of England closes down the Bank of Credit and Commerce International amid fraud allegations. Several local authorities in the UK lose millions of pounds in investments held with the bank.

 

8 July – Two suspected IRA terrorists shoot their way out of Brixton Prison in London.

 

11 July – Labour Party MP, Terry Fields, joins the list of people jailed for refusal to pay the poll tax after he receives a 60-day prison sentence. He is the first MP to be jailed for refusing to pay the controversial tax which was introduced early last year.

 

14 July - 1991 British Grand Prix - Podium First: United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault Second: Austria Gerhard Berger McLaren-Honda Third: France Alain ProstFerrari.

 

15 July – 17th G7 summit held in London.

 

16 July – A government survey of children's school reading reveals that Roald Dahl, who died eight months ago, has now overtaken Enid Blyton as the most popular author of children's books.

 

18 July – Economists warn that unemployment will reach 3,000,000 (a level not seen since early 1987) by the end of next year.

 

23 July – The Ministry of Defence proposes the merge of 22 army regiments as part of a general reform programme.

 

24 July – Chancellor Norman Lamont assures the House of Commons that the economic recovery will begin before the end of this year.

 

31 July – The BBC's Lime Grove Studios close.

 

NICAM stereo sound introduced on BBC Television.

 

8 August – John McCarthy, a British hostage held in Lebanon for over 5 years is freed.

 

12 August – The Times reports that every job vacancy is being chased by 22 applicants.

 

16 August – The Bank of England declares that the worst of the current recession is now over.

 

23 August – Growing confidence over economic recovery has helped boost the Conservative government's popularity, as they return to the top of the MORI poll with a two-point lead over Labour putting them on 42%.

 

29 August - Rioting breaks out in Leeds and Cardiff.

 

Princess Diana attends the funeral of Adrian Ward-Jackson, her friend who died of AIDS earlier this month.

 

Alick Buchanan-Smith, Conservative MP for Kincardine and Deeside, dies aged 59.

 

30 August – Scottish runner Liz McColgan becomes the first British gold medalist at the World Athletics Championships in Tokyo, Japan.

 

3 September – Following the recent outbreaks of violence in Leeds and Cardiff, rioting breaks out at Handsworth in Birmingham, Kates Hill in Dudley and Blackbird Leys in Oxford.

 

5 September – The actor Arthur Pentelow, who died on 6 August, makes his final on screen appearance as Henry Wilks in Emmerdale. The character dies off screen on 3 October.

 

12 September – Unemployment has hit 2,400,000 – the highest level since the spring of 1988 – completing a 50% rise in just over a year. However, the rate of rising unemployment is slowing down and retail sales are improving.

 

13 September – Further rioting breaks out in Tyneside.

 

14 September – George Buckley, Labour MP for Hemsworth in West Yorkshire, dies aged 56.

 

15 September – A poll shows that Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock is a liability to his party, who are now behind John Major's Conservative Party in the opinion polls.

 

17 September – Neil Kinnock hits out at claims that he is to blame for his party falling behind in the opinion polls, sparking speculation that John Major will call a general election within the next two months.

 

19 September – Robin Leigh-Pemberton, governor of the Bank of England, says that he is confident that the recession is now over in Britain.

 

20 September – Richard Holt, Conservative MP for Langbaurgh in Cleveland, dies suddenly at the age of 60.

 

25 September – Kidnappers in Beirut release hostage Jackie Mann after over 2 years in captivity.

 

October – Vauxhall launches the third generation of its popular Astra family hatchback and estate, with saloon and cabriolet variants due next year.

 

Cigar and pipe tobacco adverts are banned from UK television.

 

2 October – Just over two weeks after Neil Kinnock was damned by a poll as a "liability" to the Labour Party, the leader and his MPs are celebrating after they overtake the Conservatives by two points in the opinion polls.

 

9 October – The first Sumo tournmament to be held outside Japan is hosted at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

 

11 October – John Major outlines his vision of a "classless" Britain in a party conference at Blackpool, where his predecessor Margaret Thatcher voices her support for him.

 

16 October – The ITV franchise auction results are announced and many notable names go off air including Thames Television, TVS, TSW, TV-am and ORACLE Teletext. The changes take effect at midnight GMT on 1 January 1993.

 

17 October – The smallest monthly rise in unemployment since last November is cited by the government as an "unmistakable" sign that the recession is drawing to a close.

 

18 October – Labour's hopes of election success are boosted by the latest MORI poll, which shows them six points ahead of the Conservatives on 45%.

 

19 October – Canadian singer Bryan Adams makes history when his hit single (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which features in the film Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves (released on 14 June this year, and starring Kevin Costner) enters its 15th successive week at number one in the UK singles charts.

 

22 October – Leonora Knatchbull, the five-year-old daughter of Norton Knatchbull, 8th Baron Brabourne and his wife Penelope, dies after a one-year battle against a kidney tumour. She was also a great-grandchild of Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was murdered by the IRA in 1979. She is buried at Romsey Abbey on 26 October.

 

23 October – In the legal case of R v R decided on appeal, the Law Lords unanimously decide that spousal rape is a crime in England and Wales, overturning the principle established by Chief Justice Hale in 1736.

 

27 October – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, the power ballad performed by Canadian singer Bryan Adams, loses its number one position at the top of the singles charts after a record 16 consecutive weeks, displaced by U2's The Fly.

 

29 October – Hopes that the recession is drawing to a close are boosted by CBI findings that show that manufacturers are now more optimistic than at any time in the past three years.

 

November - Computer retailer PC World opens its first store in Croydon, Surrey.

 

Alan Sked forms the Anti-Federalist League, a political party aiming to field election candidates opposed to the Maastricht Treaty.

 

5 November – Robert Maxwell, owner of numerous business interests including the Daily Mirror newspaper, is found dead off the coast of Tenerife; his cause of death is unconfirmed, but reports suggest that he has committed suicide.

 

7 November – Labour retains its control of Hemsworth in the by-election, with the new MP being Derek Enright, while the Liberal Democrats gain Kincardine and Deeside from the Conservatives in another by-election. Another by-election sees the Conservatives lose Langbaurgh to Labour, who gain a new MP in 35-year-old Indian born Ashok Kumar.

 

9 November – First ever controlled and substantial production of fusion energy achieved at the Joint European Torus in Oxford.

 

15 November – Britain's hopes of economy recovery are dealt with a major blow when shares on the Wall Street Stock Exchange fall by 120 points.

 

16 November – Two IRA bombers die in St Albans, Hertfordshire, when a bomb explodes prematurely.

 

18 November – Terry Waite, a British hostage held in Lebanon, is freed after four-and-a-half years in captivity.

 

23 November – Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of rock band Queen, announces that he is suffering from AIDS, following lengthy media speculation about his health.

 

24 November – Freddie Mercury dies at his home in London, just 24 hours after going public with the news that he was suffering from AIDS.

 

25 November - The Court of Appeal quashes the convictions of Winston Silcott, Engin Raghip and Mark Braithwaite, for the murder of PC Keith Blakelock in the Broadwater Farm riot at Tottenham, North London, six years ago. Raghip and Braithwaite are released from prison, but Silcott remains imprisoned for a separate murder.

 

26 November – Julin Bristol, the last UK nuclear test, takes place at the Nevada Test Site.

 

27 November - Freddie Mercury is cremated after a funeral service at West London Crematorium.

 

The government announces that joyriders who are found guilty should face a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment as well as unlimited fines and unlimited automatic driving bans. Joyriding has recently surged across Britain, with almost all of those involved being children and teenagers.

 

28 November – First performance of Alan Bennett's play The Madness of George III in London.

 

1 December – Thousands of British shops, including retail giants Asda and Tesco, defy trading laws and open their doors on a Sunday in a bid to boost trade that has been badly hit by the ongoing recession.

 

5 December – The Robert Maxwell Business Empire goes into receivership with £1billion+ debts, exactly one month after Robert Maxwell's death. The Daily Mirror reports that Maxwell had wrongly removed £350million from its pension fund shortly before he died.

 

10 December – Ronald Coase wins the Nobel Prize in Economics "for his discovery and clarification of the significance of transaction costs and property rights for the institutional structure and functioning of the economy".

 

16 December – Stella Rimington announced as the first female director general of MI5.

 

19 December – Unemployment is now above 2,500,000 for the first time since early 1988.

 

23 December – Bohemian Rhapsody returns to the top of the British singles charts after 16 years, with the re-release's proceeds being donated to the Terence Higgins Trust.

 

25 December – In an unusual move, the Royal Christmas Message is integrated into the first of the day's episodes of Coronation Street on ITV. Character Alf Roberts sat down in front of his television, 'watched' the speech in its entirety, and the episode resumed.

 

27 December – The last MORI poll of 1991 shows that Labour are six points ahead of the Conservatives with 44% of the vote.

 

29 December – A quarterly opinion poll shows that Neil Kinnock and Labour are three points ahead of John Major and the Conservatives, sparking hope for Labour that they will win the next election (which has to be held within five months) or at least the election will result in a hung parliament for the first time since 1974.

 

The economy remains rooted in the recession which began last year.

 

Despite the deepening recession, inflation has been substantially decreased to 5.9%.

 

One Canada Square at Canary Wharf in London becomes the tallest building in the UK.

 

The Communist Party of Great Britain dissolves.

 

Scout Groups may admit girls to all their sections.

 

Despite the onset of the recession and a sharp fall in new car sales (with fewer than 1,600,000 new cars being sold in 1991 compared to the record of more than 2,300,000 in 1989), Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK's car plant at Sunderland returns a profit for the first time, making £18.4million this year. It currently only makes the Primera family saloon and hatchbacks there, but from August next year it will be joined by the new version of the smaller Micra.

 

Television

 

BBC1

 

3 January – The Brittas Empire (1991–1994, 1996–1997)

8 January – Spender (1991–1993)

12 January – Joking Apart (1991, 1993)

30 April – Big Break (1991–2002)

31 August – The House of Eliott (1991–1994)

3 September – 2point4 Children (1991–1999)

26 September – Get Your Own Back (1991–2003)

Spider! (1991)

Brum (1991–1994, 2001–2002)

23 November – Noel's House Party (1991–1999)

 

BBC2

 

17 September – Bottom (1991–1995)

14 November – Murder Most Horrid (1991–1999)

 

ITV

 

7 April – The Darling Buds of May (1991–1993)

7 April – Prime Suspect (1991–2006)

3 May – Second Thoughts (1991–1994)

17 May – A Perfect Hero (1991)

10 June – Soldier Soldier (1991–1997)

6 September – Victor and Hugo (1991–1992)

11 September – Thatcher: The Final Days (1991)

17 October – Captain Zed and the Zee Zone (1991–1992)

25 December – Brown Bear's Wedding (1991)

Bernard Wenton, performing as Nat King Cole wins the second series of Stars in Their Eyes.

 

Channel 4

 

6 June – G.B.H. (1991)

30 June – Family Pride (1991–1992)

24 December – Father Christmas (1991)

 

April – Channel 4's three-week Banned season features a series of films and programmes which had previously been banned from British television or cinema. The season includes network television showings of Scum, Monty Python's Life of Brian and Sebastiane. There is also a second broadcast of the controversial 1988 Thames Television documentary Death on the Rock which investigated the shooting of three members of the IRA by the SAS in Gibraltar. The season proves to be controversial and Channel 4 is investigated by the Obscene Publications Squad and referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

 

Charts Number-one singles

 

"Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter" - Iron Maiden

"Sadness (Part I)" - Enigma

"Innuendo" - Queen

"3 a.m. Eternal" - The KLF

"Do the Bartman" - The Simpsons

"Should I Stay or Should I Go" - The Clash

"The Stonk" - Hale and Pace

"The One and Only" - Chesney Hawkes

"The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" - Cher

"I Wanna Sex You Up" - Color Me Badd

"Any Dream Will Do" - Jason Donovan

"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" - Bryan Adams

"The Fly" - U2

"Dizzy" - Vic Reeves and The Wonder Stuff

"Black or White" - Michael Jackson

"Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me" - George Michael and Elton John

"Bohemian Rhapsody / These Are the Days of Our Lives" - Queen

 

LC doing what he does best at Joe's Bar, Chicago

Title: Canadian forest industries 1901-1902

Identifier: canadianforest190102donm

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors:

Subjects: Lumbering; Forests and forestry; Forest products; Wood-pulp industry; Wood-using industries

Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam Business Publications

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Canada Lumberman Weekly Edition. November 28, 1900 of the weakness, as stocks there are larg- er accordingly than at the other ports. A decided tendency towards lower prices has exhibited itself during the past fort- night. This is clearly shown by the result of the auction sale held by Churchill & Sim on the 14th inst., when nearly all class- es of deals sold from ten shillings to one pound per standard lower than at the previous sale. St. John spruce deals sold 20 shillings lower, and battens 10 shillings lower, but it is said that this can be partly accounted for by the quality of the lumber. In contrast to other lines planed boards and flooring are showing strength. We are yet unable to report any pur- chases of next season's goods. The market is in such a position that shippers are hold- ing back their quotations in the hope that the consumption and demandmay pick up, and that they may be able to effect sales at higher prices by waiting a few weeks. In our opinion the conditions are not favor- able to high prices for early spring ship- ments. STOCKS AND RICES, Thos. Wilcox, of Parry Sound, Ont., has transferred his logging contract at Hen- vey Inlet for Burton Bros, to John Ken- nedy, of Barrie. A report comes from Great Britain tha1 large contracts for deals have been closed with importers in Spain at prices in advance of thoee paid last season. The Skillings, Whitney & Barnes Lum- ber Company, of Boston, Mass., are reported to have purchased the entire cut of mill run lumber sawn by the Conger Lumber Company, of Parry Sound, during the past season. The Hawkesbury Lumber Company, of Hawkesbury, Ont,, had about 40,000 logs hvnv up this season in the Black river. They are now building a canal from a small lake into Black lake to permit of bringing the logs down. The Dominion government invites ten- ders up to noon of December 1st for sup- ply of timber and lumber required for the Quebec canals during 1901. Information may be obtained from Ernest Marceau, superintending engineer, 1709 Notre Dame street, Montreal. The steamship Forest Holme sailed from Quebec last week for London, with a cargo of timber and deals. The steamer Norden sailed from St. John, N. B., for Velencia and Barcelona, with a cargo of lumber, shipped by A. Cushmg & Co. F. E. Neale, of Chatham, N. B., has made his last shipment of lumberforthe season. The total quantity shipped was 33,000,000 feet, of which 22,000,000 feet was shipped from Miramichi and 11,000,- 000 feet from Campbellton. Mr. Neale is the largest shipper of spruce deals on the north shore of New Brunswick. Six timber berths were sold by the New Brunswick Government last week at high prices, as follows : Rockwell Stream,three miles, to Alex. Burnette, at $4 per mile. North BranchShiki'obank river, two miles to C. E. Gallagher, at $8 per mile ; West Branch of South Branch of the Nepisiguit river, 57.9 miles, to W. T. Whitehead, at $101 per mile ; West Bianch of South Branch of Nepisiguit river, 57.9 miles, to W. T. Whitehead, at $101 per mile ; Big Tracadie river, at mouth of Lord and Foy's brook, six miles, to Sumner & Co., at $52 per mile; Big Tracadie river, at mouth of Little South Branch, six miles, to Sumner & Co., at $51 per mile. The schooner Annie A. Booth has just been chartered to carry laths fiom St. John, N. B., to New York at 70 cents per thous- and. The Keewatin Lumber and Manufacturing Company have taken over the planing mill of J. M. Taylor and the lumber business of Wm. Armstrong & Company at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. WANTED Hardwood Lands in Ontario and Quebec. Freehold Lands suitable for Pulp Manufacture in Quebec or the Maritime Provinces. MASON, GORDON & CO. WHOLESALE TIMBER Montreal, CpneToec Eastern Agents The B. C. Mills, Timber & Trading Co., Vaucouver, B. C. DOUGLAS FIR Timber in any size or length supplied. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS AND QUOTATIONS. The McCaskill steam saw mill at Little Narrows, N. S., was destroyed by fires last week. The loss is $2,000, and no insurance. A saw mill at Marysville, N. B., owned by Alex. Gibson & Sons, was destroyed by fire on November 26th. The mill contained gang and rotary saws, and cut about 35,000 feet of lumber per day. Wanted ior Export ALL KINDS OF I LOGS AND LUMBER | PAYMENT BY MONTREAL BANKERS Denny, Mou & Dickson LONDON, ENG. As I give special attention to TIMBER PROPERTIES of every description I invite correspondence from Buyers and Sellers. H. FAWCETT HARTLAND 309-310 Merchants Bank Building, 205 St. James Street, MONTREAL If You have any Spruce Pulpwood to Sell write 10 me. PINE WANTED. The undersigned will require for 'delivery between the rstof May and the istof August, iori, about 500,000 feet B.M. of Pine Timber, in leng hs from 16 to 22 feet, 12 inches square; also a quantity 10 in x 10 in. x 22 feet long. Parties having this class of material to dis- pose of please communicate with Phin & Co., Contractors Toronto Harbor Works, Toronto, Ont. U/ANJED MESSRS. JOSEPH OWEN & SONS, Ltd.. 01 Liverpool, Eng., are open to treat for regular supplies of large quantities of HARDWOOD LUMBER, and will be glad to hear from holders who have to ofler WHITE ASH, WHITE OAK, SCALY BARK and SECOND GROWTH HICKORY, POPLAR and WALNUT, in logs, planksand boards, also prime fresh BIRCH LOGS of large dimensions. Cabl address, " Owen, Liverpool." A.B.C. Code used. FELBER, JUGKER & CO. Lumber Importers MANCHESTER - _ ENGLAND Invite offers from Lumbermen for . . . Spruce Deals and Battens, Spruce and Pine" Floorings Shooks, Sashes, Mouldings, Dowels, Broom Handles or any Woods suitable lor English Market. Telegraphic Address: Felber, Manchester AMcpherson & eoâ â Longford Mills P.O., Ont. Pine and Hardwood Lumber, Pine and Cedar Shingles, Lath and Stone of all kinds for sale, also Saw- mill, etc., and Limits to dispose of Write for prices, H. D. WIGGIN SJIW will inspect at mill and PAY CASH for LOG- iRTTnsr Elm, Ash, Bass and other Hardwoods Correspondence Solicited. FOR SALE: Timber Limits on the Following Rivers :â Du Tievre, Rouge, St. Maurice, Temiscouata, Cas- capedia (Great and Little), and the Escumenac River, and Georgian Bay. Mills and Water Powers also for sale. Asbestos, Chrome and Copper Mines for sale. Principals only dealt with. H. JM. Simpson 29 Canada Life Building, 189 St. James Street, Telephone main 3:44. MONTREAL, QUE. PLANING MILL AND BOX FACTORY Special Facilities for Dressing Lumber in Transit

 

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Swam dohooh Lumber Co, EALERS. Cable Address, "Swan DonoghâTonawanda." Lumbermen's Code. PINE LUMBER Get our Prices HARDWOOD LUMBER The Orillia Export Lumber Go. LATH ORILLIA, ONT. SHINGLES THOMAS PITTS, JOHN CHARLTON, W. A. CHARLTON, DETROIT, MICHIGAN, U. S. LYNEDOCH - ONTARIO. LYNEDOCH OR TORONTO, ONTARIO. Our Manufacture, IDrying^Yards and Grades are Excellent. PITTS & CttflrRLTON MANUFACTURERS OF Band and Gang Sawed White and Red Pine Lumber and Lath Office: ROYAL VICTORIA, VICTORIA HARBOR, ONT. J. H. Still Mnfg. Co. St. Thomas, Ont. Manufacturers of aH kinds of HANDLES *»» WOOD TURNED GOODS Including Cant Hook Handles, Pike Poles, Neck Yokes, Whiffletrees, Doubletrees, etc. Established 1S76. 0 Write for Price List. MORGAN, GELLIBRAND k CO. . . WOOD AGENTS.. Established 1S05. 20 Bishopsgate St. Within, LONDON, E C. Cable Addre : Gellibrand, London Telegrams: "SPRUCE, BRISTOL.*â ABTHUE BEACHAM (Manager to ibe late firm of Messrs. King Bros.) V WOOD BROKERv Surveyor, Arbitrator and Valuer. Offices \ 73 Queen Square, Bristol. * Avonmouth Dock and Bristol. j Gilmour's Doors PATENT LUMBER LESS IN PRICE PINE OR HARDWOODS BETTER IN QUALITY i Guaranteed Superior to any other make of door. Hardwood for Oil Finish, almost as cheap as Pine. CAPACITY, l.OOO DOORS PER DAY ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. WRITE OR WIRE FOR SAMPLES. GlIJVlOUFJ & Co. TRENTON - CANADA Limited CANADA ATLANTIC RAILWAY - - operating - â â ⢠⢠â Shortest and Quickest Route from . . . OTTAWA * NEW YORK LUMBER LINE &o^fc^^fcEyBK?Sl« tS£ OTTAWA * BOSTON LUMBER LINE Lumber Centres, TO BOSTON PORTLAND NEW CANADA ATLANTIC TRANSIT COMPANY. T0RKm!,âJ)ETR0IT. TONAWANDA, ALBANY, &c-. MONTREAL, TORONTO, QUEBEC HALI- H. B. Musskn, Contracting; Agent. FAX, ST. JOHN, Ac. v«mm»v, uu M. A. Overend, Foreign Freight Agent, 414 Board W. P. Hinton. Ass't General Freight Aeent Ottawa. Trade, Montreal C. J. Smith General Traffic Manager, Ottawa, On:. ZEBRA CODE A. B. C. CODE. DIRECTORY CODE. GELLIBRAND, HEYWOOD & CO. Wood Agents and Brokers Western Mail Chambers, CARDIFF C. H. GLOVER <fc CO., Ltd. Importers of^w SPRUCE, BOX SHOOKS, PINE, ETC. From now we intend buying DIRECT from 1 Wharves, Mills and Offices: the Manufacturer. Offers invited f HATCHAM, LONDON, S.E., ENGLAND Cable Address: "Glovers, Hatcham, London." KILN-DRIED BIRCH FLOORING ^IS«hsiEiBB * SasS"8"^ * samples by mail â¢*«*«â¢Â» co-

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma451904sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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10 Â:registered:h£ gveebev cmfc gtpxjjrtsmcut [OCTOBE* 29, 1904 Bacon, who not onlv made, but also fired, the first ^powder This is made quite plain by the author of Xwork referred to, who, at great pains in mar- shalHne hi* facts, and the deductions drawn from JhcmextracU the secret of gunpowder manufacture ⢠from 'the writing, of Bacon himself To an Em l.sh monk therefore, must be given the credit of the ?r8? "unpowder ust as six hundred years later the world" became indebted to Forsyth, a Scottish clergy- n.n fnr th« nercus-ion-cap, the real basis of all our Sanv ImprovementIn firearms during last century. Friar Bacon sought to conceal bis discovery from the crowdTn the opinion that scientific information was bad for the people "unable to digest scent be facts, which it scorns ana misuses to its own detriment." His experience was embodied in the declaration by ,.ae mob scoff at philosophers and despise .cien'ific truth » Like most inventors, Bacon did - not pro6t bv his discovery, no more than did his suc- cessor For^vth. By great research into records n mTnv languages, Lieutenant-Colonel Hime has clearly exploded all claims to the invention of gunpowder except that of Bacon, of whose knowledge of its prop- ertiesand of its mode of manufacture he must satisfy everv reader of his historical work, by his most able and convincing process of reasoning, founded on what has evidently been most painstaking research. HCNTING TRIP IN AN AUTOMOBILE. In a uniquely constructed palace car automobile, equipped with sleeping quarters and ample storage room for supplies of all kindB, three well known sportsmen started from Boston recently on a fifteen- day hunting and -camping tour through New Hamp- shire and Maine. Tb6idea was the clever conception of Freeman N Young of Arlington and Roy A. Faye of Cambridge. Their collaborator and companion, Dr. Albert H Tuttle of Cambridge, and Mr. Young's two Pointer dogs Jill and BeBS, completed the party, whicd left amid the cheers and good wishes of a host of friends who were gathered to witness the start. The automobile in which the three will travel and camp Is a 16-horse-power Rambler car, upon which Messrs. Young and Faye have built a strong frame of wood, braced with steel rods. 16 feet long. 4 feet 10 inches wide and 6 feet high. For about 4 feet from the flooring the sides and part of the rear end are sheathed and painted a terra cotta, then varnished. The roof is of waterproof carriage leather, and ex- tends over the entire frame, the hood in front reach- ing over a foot beyond the front wheels. Hung from the frame, about three feet below the roof, is a 4x6 foot spring bed, with a hair mattress and full equipment of blankets. The seat in front will accommodate three, and the bed may be reached either from front or rear. Just in front of the steer- ing gear is a curtain, whiah may be roiled down, and a similar curtain at the rear converts the body of the vehicle into a cozv room, which is lighted by a single incandescent electric light, the power being furnished by storage batteries. Under the bed is a space 3 feet high, 7 feet long and 4 feet 10 inches wide, in which are stored an alumnium camp outfit, clothing, gasolene and pro- visions of various kinds. There is also an electric heater, which may be used as a radiator, or to heat - soldering irons, or for cooking purposes in case of emergency. The machine is equipped with extra tires and two sets of electric batteries. There are also two acetvlene headlights, two kerosene headlights, and a kerosene rear-end light, all of which may be detached and utilized tor illuminating the interior of the car. It was the intention of the party to run night and day, one managing the machine while the other two sleop, and, according to Mr. Young's testimony, "the bed is as easy as that of a Pullman sleeper, except when you strike a roek." As-they travel, they will select Bpots for camping when the roads are bad. Meals will be obtained at farm houses and hotels, or, when desired, can be prepared aboard the automobile. While the weight of the car is a little more than â that of the regular body, no difficulty is anticipated in maintaining the speed of the car, if the tireB with- stand the extra strain. As both Messrs. Young and Faye are experts in mechanical construction, probably no delayB will be met with on account of breakage of the machinery. Woodcock is the game which will be sought for, and with the two dogs, these three gentlemen, who are crack shots and of high rating in the Middlesex Sportsmen's Association, expect to bag many birds. If many birds are found in one locality, they will camp . for several days before moving on. Still, if larger game Is met with, It will not bo disregarded, as the party has taken rifles In preparation for that event. From Arlington, the party started for West . Lebanon, N. H., their firat stopping place. From v wore to go through Llmerlok, Me., to Wis-- â i'e., and the neighboring country, perhaps iturlng futher Into the Moosehoad lake region, lie amount of game found and the con- dition of tin' roads. If this trip proves successful, another Is contem- plated next spring, but at any rate, a host of friends their return from the present aisured of a multitude of entertaining tales of experiences camping In an automobile. A AlEKK AND LOWLY lllltll The mud henâor, to bo more aoourate, the oootâ la a meek and lowly bird whose existence is made perilous and uncertain by the guns of the hunters. ft Is notendowod with thesagaelty of the wild duck ncrthegooae and Is co an easy mark, Ily when the huntors gather In force and mir- rc'nnd the birds. The bay county marshes, and, for i at matter, all tie. river and overflowed dl â¢more or loss Infested with mud henH in the fall, e i ti persistently and energetically hunted i^ a wonder they do not get up and leave the miry. The .lucks will desert a district If the ., for a long time, and kept on the wing from morning till night, but the long-suffering and patient mud hen will 9tick to the spot it has selected for its fall vacation until it meets a tragic death at the hands Averages Reported. Indianapolis, Ind., October 12th and 13th, W. R. of'the sportsman!' This r°eructance"to"ieave"a bod"y~of ?"'s^< fi^st general average, 383 out of 400, shooting ..t^i.^nirn^n t.n the shooters, and thev take ^- <--⢠^-A 1 oung, second general average, 358 water is well known to the shooters, and they take advantage of it And when there is no duck shooting to be had to amount to anything there are nearly always mud hens swimming around, ready to afford excitement of a milder character. The mud hen is a good swimmer, with a fringe of membrane on his toes, which gives him considerable propelling power. He is of a slate-color, with thick duck-like plumage on the under side of the body. He is about fifteen inches in length, and is an awk- ward looking bird whether on the wing or in the water. The bill is short and chicken-like, and the wings are short and broad, the bird weighing about two and a half pounds. They have funny cocked-up tails, and when in flight these tails give them a grotesque look. Their flight as they rise from the water is clumsy, and not until they get well away do they exhibit any speed or smoothness of flight. They areusuallj found in flocks around tbe shallow ponds 'and edges of lakes and marshes, sometimes 500 or more birds together. When they are alarmed they will get up one, two, or a dozen at a time, and swing around until they find a quiet spot, and they gradu- ally get all together again in the course of an hour or â so if undisturbed in their new refuge. They do not seem to care about decoysâthat is, the duck decoysâand not many mud hen decoys are used, at least not in local waters. A brave array of sprig, mallard, red-head or canvasback decoys makes no im- pression on the mud hen'B sedate imagination, and when they are shot over the decoys it is because they had just happened to be sailing along in that direc- ' ' - - . ' '''- ' :" '"'"<-:;...

 

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"% i-**" '%M£ The Remington Arms Company's Works, Illon, New York tion. Sometimes they can be shot along a pass be- tween two ponds if there is only a short distance be- tween the two bodies of water and the hunters are keeping them moving back and forth. They are the victims of the amateur hunter nearly always, for when he cannot get ducks he can almost certainly manage to bag a few mud hens. Much has been said concerning the table qualifica- tions of the mud hen, the meat however is rather dry. Possibly the lack of flavor, or rather juciness, may be caused by the almost universal practice of skinniDg the bird, this being an easier way to dress a mud hen than to piok it, the feathers being so tough and downv as to make picking a task. A mud hen stew or saute, when the bird has been properly picked and the fat skin not removed is said by old hunters to be an appetizing and most palatable dish. g, second general average, 35 out of 400, shooting "Du Pont." T. A. Marshall, third general average, 350 out of 400, shooting "Du Pont." E. D. Rike, of Dayton, Ohio, first amateur average, 335 out of 400, shooting 'Infallible." Ed. Voris of CrawfordBville, Ind., second amateur average, 334 out of 400, shooting "DuPont." John W.Cooper of Indianapolis, Ind., third amateur aveiage, 327 out of 400, shooting "Du Pont." Warsaw. III., October 12th, firBt general average, Mr. Bonicamp Sr., of Keokuk, la , 146 out of 185, shooting "E. C." Second general average, F. O. Gash of Warsaw, 111., 143 out of 185, shooting "Du Pont." Third general average, Mr. Bonicamp Jr., of Keokuk. la., 152 out of 185, shooting "E. C " Sisterville, W. Va., October 12th and 13th, R. L. Trimble, first general average, 380 out of 400, shooting "Infallible." W. A. Wiedebuseh of Fairmount, W, Va , second general and first amateur averages, 378 out of'400, shooting "Infallible." J. F. Mallnry of Parkersburg, W. Va., third amateur average, 372 out of 400, shooting "Du Pont." In the Merchandise Event Mr. Wiedebuseh ran 117 straight and 25 straight. Remington History. A brief history of the Remington Arms Company will doubtless be interesting to many of our reader3: The Remington Works were started in the year 1816 by Eliphalet Remington, a farmer boy, who made his first gun at his father's forge. This weapon proved 60 attractive to his fellow-townsmen and acquaintances that he received requests to duplicate his production, which he did, and thereby started the manufacture of \ firearms. From that day to this the business has increased so enormously that the works now occupy about 18 acrts of ground and consist of 60 buildings, the floor space amounting to nearly 400,000 square feet, and over three hours are required to merely walk through and casually i spect the various rooms and departments. The company employs about 1000 hands, mostly skilled me- chanics. The company is by far the largest man- ufacturer of double-barrel shotguns in this country, if not in the world, and in addition produces military and sporting rifles, both single shot and magazine pat- terns, in great numbers. The extraordinary success achieved by the Remington Arms Company is attrib- utable to its extensive experience covering a period of 87 years, to tne high and hon- est standard of workmanship, spirit of progress and the adoption of latest manufacturing methods, all of which enables them to produce and sell superior fire- arms, giving the consumer greater value than other manufacturers not so well equipped. Taper Choke Boring. FALL SHOOTING. Local sportsmen are anxiously awaiting favorable weather conditions for duck shooting. Since the opening of tbe season the weather has been too warm for the broadbill hunters. The rains just before the 15th scattered many of the home bred birds from the ponds on the marshes, the stay-at-bomes find refuge from the shooters as usual when the days are pleasant, by loafing out on the open bay waterB. The main body of the northern migration is due just as Boon as the rigors of winter set in up the Coast and then there will be plenty of good duck hunting. Quail hunters, too, have found the warm days a set back to the sport. AMONG THE ANGLERS. The striped bass are in Raccoon straits again, quite a few large ones havinsr been hooked recently. Steelhoad are fairly plentiful in the Paper Mill. The first rains, it is believed, will bring in a run of salmon to that favorite stream. The one quality a gun must possess is that of shoot- ing in the very best manner. The Ithaca Gun Company's system of choke boring gives better re- sults with the different sizes of shot, from dustshot up to buckshot, taken under all conditions to which a general purpose gun is subjected than any other system in use. With their method of boring they accomplish the purpose with less than the usual taper or contraction, giving greater strength to the barrels throughout, greater penetration and less recoil. A One Arm Shooter. John A. Flick, Havenna, O., a remarkable shooter with one arm, at Cleveland, Sept. 28, beat the entire field, winning silver loving cup on a straight score of 25, out shooting two ties in the shoot-off. Mr. Flick shoots under the name of "Brady," never shot any- thing but a Parkerâand don't want to. â On Sept. 27, at Morris, 111., A. J. Stauber killed 65 live birds straight with a Parker, automatic ejector, 30 and .'15 yards rise. This is a remarkable record, and speaks volumes for the "Old Reliable" Parker gun. F. H. Snow of Brooklyn, O., at Lake Brady, Oct. "I and 25, shooting the Parker gun, won high aver- nge, defeating all exports and amateurs alike. At Dalton, O , Oct. 6 and 7, he also won high average. At Canal Dover, in October, he won high average. Mr Snow scored at Lako Brady 205 out of 200. Strike!âif they don't Soda when you ask for It. give you Jackson's Napa Winchester On Top. The same old story, and could it be otherwise? Shooters of Winchester goods took the highest honors at the seventeenth semi-annual inanimate target tour- nament of the Los Angeles Gun Club, the Pacific Indoor Shooting Club's annual tournament and the New York State annual military rifle tournament. Los Angeles tournament, Oct. 8th, first dayâThe highest general average was made by Fred B. Mills of Bolsa, Cal., with a Winchester "pump" gun and Win- chester "Leader" shells, 166 out of 180. Thesecond highest average was made by J. E Vaughan of Los Angeles with a Parker gun and the "Leader" shells, 161 out of 180. The Tufts-Lyon medal was won by J Gibson of Nordhoff, Cal., with a Smith gun and "Leader" shells, 47 out of 50. The two-men team cup was captured by Fred B. Mills and C R. Walker of Santa Ana, Cal., 45 out of 50. Mr. Mills and Mr, Walker both used Winchester "pump" guns and Winchester "Leader" shells. Both the miss-and-out events were won by J E. Vaughan with a Parker gun and "Leader"shells. Second day, Oct. 9thâThe highest general average for the day, and which also proved to be the highest average for the enr.re tournament, was made by J. E. Vaughan with a Parker gun and "Leader" shells. Score 160 out of 180. Score for the entire tournament 321 out of 360. The 6econd highest average of the day was made by Fred B. Mills, 152 out of 160. Score for the entire tournament 318 out of 360. Mr. Mills shot a Winchester "pump" gun and the "Leader" shells. The longeet straight run of consecutive breaks was made by Mr. Mills, 57 straight from the 18-yard mark. The championship diamond medal, emblematic of the champion target shot of Southern California, was won by J. Gibson with a Smith gun and the "Leader" shells, 49 out of 50. The five-men team trophy was captured by the team composed of Fred B Mills, O O. Orr, Frank Ecker, C.L. Julian and J. Kolb on the combined score of 108 ouf of 125. Three of the five men shot Winchester "pump." guns and four used the ''Leader" shell.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma451904sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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JULY 16, 1904] Â:copyright:he giceeZiev cmÂ:copyright: gtyavteman 11 Trade Notes. Fred Gilbert is certainly the wonder of the world. At his last 4000 targets he has broken 97%. Early in June, at MarBhalltown, la., Mr. Gilbert, shootiDg the Parker gun, established a woild's record, breaking 50 targets straight at 22 yards riseâa wonderful per- formance. Mr. Gilbert and the Parker are insepar- able. J. W. Nelson of Duluth, Minn., shootiDg the Parker gun on June 6, broke 49 out of 50. This is also pretty good work for the "Old Reliable " R. S. Rhoades, Columbus, O., won the amateur championship of Ohio at the State shoot, June 15, shooting the Parker gun. H. D. Bates, Ridgetown, Ont., made high average June 16 and 17 at London, Ont., shooting sliding han- dicap, 16 to 22 yards, unknown angles and unknown traps. Mr. Bates'record is 259 out of 290âconsider- ing the conditions, a remarkable performance. A.11 of the above records speak credit for the "Old Reliable" Parker. Expert winnings with U. M. C. shot 9hells: R. D- Pulford won high average at the Rochester, N Y., shoot; T. D. Hubby won high average at Waco, Tex., May 9, scoring 98%; F. C. Riehl won first average at Hal's, Tenn., on May 11, scoring 96%; T. E. Hubby won high average at the Rockdale, Tex., shoot, May 11, with 96j%; J. L. Head won the Decatur and He- bron shoots on May 11 and 14, the shoot at Indianap- .olis on May 21, and the shooo at Earl Park, Ind., May 19; T. A. Marshall von high average for the en- tire Bhoot Of the Minneapolis Gun Club tournament, May 19-21; T. E. Hubby scored 97-100 at Wooten Wells, 1'ex.; J. L. Head won the Champlain, N. Y., shoot on May 30. C. B. Adams won high average at Fort Dodge, la., June 3, scaring 292-300, making 97J%. C. W. Budd was second, scoring 284-300â94j%. Mr. Adams made a run of 161 and Mr. Budd a run.of 124 straight. This excellent shooting was done with "Nitro Club" shells. At Wyethsville, Va., June 2, Mr. E. Huff scored 380-400. All these excellent winnings were made with U. M. C. Smokeless Powder shot shells. U. M. C. "Nitro Club" shells. Mr. H. H. Hontz won high average at the Wolcottville, Ind., tournament May 18. At Williamsport, Pa., June 2, E. N. Dirk won the West Branch Rod and Gun Club's champion- ship silver cup, event open to any amateur in the State scoring 98-100. W. T. Speiser with Arrow shells at the same tournament broke 99-100. Amateur winnings with U. M. C. shot shells: At the Franklin, O., shoot, Chas. Young won high average, scoring 9bJ%. At Vicksburg, Miss., shoot, Mr. Brady won high amateur average, 95%. O. N. Ford won the Iowa target championship; A P. Mc- Dowell won the Iowa diamond badge at Spirit Lake, May 13. Fred Coleman at Mahanoy City, Pa., won the famous Cooper-Coleman match. At Watertown, Wis., Gun Club shoot, May 15, G. V. During won high average. At Liichfield, 111., May 18, W. T. Craig won high average, scoring 163-175. Ihe Nebraska State championship was won by Wm. Townsend. At Marshallton, la., Mr. Taylor scored 377 out of 400, making 94%, and winning high average on June 25 and 26. At Kent, O., J. A. Flick scored 70 out of 75, winning high average June 25. At Madison, Wis., G. V. Dering scored 397-320, 96%, winning high aver- age June 25 and 26. At Wooten, Tex., Dr. Jackson scored 271-300 winning first amateur average, and Geo. Bancroft broke 269-300, winning second amateur average. At Sparta, Wis., G. V. Dering won high average; Wm. Schiltz won second. At Watertown, S. D., June 1 H. G. Taylor won high amateur average and the South Dakota championship. A. Newman, a prominent amateur of Owensboro, Ky., has been doing some remarkable shooting of late at the trap, breaking 48-50 on April 22; on May 6 he scored 45-50: May 12 he scored 192-210 at Cannellton, Ind., tourna- ment, and on May 20 at Owensboro, Ky., 49-50, using The same old story. Shooters of Winchester goods carried off the honors at the Twentieth Annual Tour- nament of the Sportsmen's Association of the North- west, Pendleton, Oregon on June 23-24-25, under the auspices of the Pendleton Sportsmen's Association. The Anaconda cup, shot for on the opening day, was captured by W. F. Sheard of Tacoma, Wash., with a Winchester "pump" gun and Winchester "Leader" shells, after shooting off two ties. The first with F. W. Brown of Harrington, Wash., and E. F. Confarr, of Livingston, Mont , and the final tie with Mr. Confarr. To win this cup it was necessary for 1r. Sheard to score 73 out of 75 The Multnomah medal, 25 targets, reversed pull, was won by E. F. Confarr, with a Winchester "pump" gun and the "Leader" shell, after shooting off a tie with W. F. Sheard of Tacoma, Wash., P. J. Holohan of Wallace, Idaho, H. W. Peck of Walla Walla, Wash., and E. J. Chingreen of Spokane, Wash. To «n this medal Mr. Confarr had to score 48 out of the possible 50 which is splendid shooting on reversed pull. The Brownlee trophy, 25 targets, unknown angles, reversed pull, use of both barrels, was also captured by Mr. Confarr with a Winchester "pump" gun and the "Leader" shell, after shooting off a tie with G. W. Gibson, C. C. Nauman and A. J. Webb of San Francl6co, Cal., W. Dryden of Walla Walla, Wash., J. Brady of Harring- ton, Wash., P. J. Holohan of Wallace, Idaho, W. F. Sheard of Tacoma, Wash., and J. E. Callison of Port- land, Or. To win this trophy Mr. Confarr scored 50 straight. The Walla Walla Brownlee medal, 25 tar- gets, expert rules, one man up, five traps, unknown traps, known angles, was won by E. E.Elli6 of Seattle, Wash., on the only straight score in this event. Mr. Ellis shot an L. C. Smith gun and Winchester "Lead- er" shells. The Globe trophy, the famous hotly contested trophy of the Northwest, by reason of the several different styles of shooting covering this event, was captured by Mr. E. F. Confarr, after shoot- ing off two ties. The first with T. B. Ware of Spo- kane, Wash., and Wm. Hillis of Portland, Or., and the final with Mr. Ware. To win this trophy Mr. Confarr scored 136 out of 150 shot at with Mb "pump" gun and the "Leader" shell. Of the seven men in on the first five high averages for the tournament, three shot the Winchester "pump" guns and five the Win- chester "Leader" shell, as follows: First, E. F Con- farr, Livingston, Mont., 550 out of 580, 94.82%, Win- chester "pump," Leader shell. Second, E. E. Ellis, Seattle, Wash., 541 out of 580, 93.29%, L. C. Smith gun, Leader shell. Third, W. F. Sheard, Tacoma, Wash.. 539 out of 580, 92 93%', Winchester "pump," Leader shell. Fourth, C. C. Nauman, San Francisco, Cal., 536 out of 580, 92 41%, Clabrough gun, Magic shell. Fifth, W. H. Seaver, San Francisco, Cal., 535 out of 580, 92.94% Winchester "pump," Leader shell. Fifth, E. J. Chingreen, Spokane, Wash.. 535 out of 580, 92 94%, L. C. Smith gun, Leader shell. Fifth, F. C. Stephens, Pomeroy, Wash., 535 out of 580, 92.94%, Remington gun, Magic shell. The two longest straight runs of the tournament were made by shooters using Winchester "pump" guns. First by P. J. Holohan of Wallace, Idaho, 84. Second by E. F. Confarr of Livingston, Mont., 83. New Haven, Conn., June 9, E. C. Griffith of Pas- coag, R. I", first general average, 126 out of 130, shoot- ing "Infallible." Camden. Ark., June 8 and 9, Turner Hubby of Waco, Texas, first general average, 377 out of 400, shooting "Infallible." Second general average and first amateur average, Ed Brady of MemphiB, Tenn., 373 out of 400, shooting Du Pont. Third general average, Hood Waters, 369 out of 400, shooting "In- fallible." Fourth general average, F. M. Faurote of Dallas, Tex. and J. E. Wells, of Pine Bluffs, Ark., 368 out of 400, shooting "Infallible" and Du Pont respectively. Second amateur average, J. E. Wells, 368 out of 400, shooting Du Pont. Huntington, W. Va., June 8-10, first general aver- age, J. A. R. Elliott. 568 out of 600,shooting Schultze, Second general average, R. L. Trimble, 556 out of 600, shooting Du Pont. Third general average, J. M. Hawkins, 552 out of 600, shooting Du Pont. Fourth general average, C. O. Le Compte, 548 out of 600, shooting "Infallible." First amateur average, J. F, Mallory of Parkersburg, W. Va. and F. D. Alkire o. Woodlyn, O., 523 out of 600, shooting Du Pont. Secf ond amateur average, T. R. Shepherd of Huntington- W. Va., 542 out of 600. Third amateur average, E, F. Douthitt of Huntington, W. Va., 521 out of 600. shooting "Infallible." State Championship was won by Wm. Trapp of Marietta, O., 48 out of 50. State team championship was won by J. F. Mallory and F. E. Mallory, shooting Du Pont. Lakeville, Ohio, June 10, first general average, D. D. Gross, 190 out of 200, shooting Du Pont. Second general average, L. J. Squier, 188 out of 200, shooting Du Pont. Third general average, E. F. Haak, 186 out of 200, shooting Hazard. First amateur average, E. F. Haak, 186 out of 200, shooting Hazard. Second amateur average, H. M. Brown, 184 out of 200 shoot- ing "Laflin & Rand." Third amateur average, W. E. Guest and G. M. Tait, 172 out of 200, shootfng Du Pont and Laflin & Rand respectively. Warwick, N. Y., June 10, J. S. Fanning, first gen- eral average, 93 out of 100, shooting "Infallible." Some interesting smokeless powder notes are the following: Battle Creek, Mich., June 15 and 16, F. M. Faurote, first general average, 337 out of 355, shooting "In- fallible." Second general average, J. M. Hawkins, 335 out of 355, shooting Du Pont. Third general average, C. O. Le Compte, 334 out of 355, shooting "Infallible." First amateur average, W. Renniek of Detroit, Mich., 324 out of 355, Bhooting Du Pont. Second amateur average, W. E. Hubbard of Battle Creek, Mich., 313 out of 355, shooting "Infallible." Third amateur average, Frtd Keefe of Kalamazoo, Mich., 302 out of 355, shooting "Infallible." Michigan expert championship, Max HenBler, shooting "In- illible." Semi-expert championship, Chas. Houtz, s hooting Du Pont. Amateur championship, C. E. Vermillya, Bhooting Du Pont. North Side Gun Club, Pittsburgl , Pa , June 18, L. Z. Lawrence, 99 out of 100, run of 78, shooting "In- fallible." Waterloo, Iowa, May 26 and 27, Fred Gilbert, first general average, 398 out of 420, shooting Du Pont Smokeless. Second general average C. B. Adams: 386 out of 420, shooting Laflin &â Rand Smokeless. Third general average, Charles W. Budd, 383 out of 420, shooting Schultze. Fir9t amateur average, W. Lambert, 382 out of 420, shooting Du Pont. Second amateur average, R. L. Storm, 381 out of 420, shoot- ing Du Pont Third amateur average, H G. Taylor, 375 out of 420, shooting tchultze and Du Pont. Cleveland, Ohio, May 30, D. A. Upson, first general average, 139 cut of 150, shooting Du Pont powder. Second general average, C. O. Le Compte and Robert Worthington, 133 out of 150, shooting "Infallible" and "E. C," respectively. Third general average, Frank G. Hogan, 125 out of 150, shooting "E. C." For Colic in Horses. When any considerable number of horses are kept on a ranch scarcely a year passes without having developed among them one or more cases of flatulent colic. Among the most frequent causes of this form of colic are to be mentioned sudden changes of food, too long fasting, food then given while the animaliaexbausted Warranted to Give Satisfaction. GombauWs Caustic Balsam

 

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Has Imitators But No Competitors. A Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure for Curb, Splint. Sheeny, Capped Hock, Strained Tendons, Founder, Wind Puffs, and all lameness from Spavin, Ringbone and other bony tumors. Cures all skin diseases or Parasites, Thrush, Diphtheria. Removes all Bunches from Horses or Cattle. As a Human Remedy for Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Throat, etc, it is invaluable. Vveiy bottle of Caustic Balsam sold is warranted to (jive sntislaction. Price ffil BO per bottle. Sold by drucrfsts, or sent by ex- press, charges paid, witn full directions for its use. £3~Send for descriptive circulars testimonials, etc. Address The Lawrence-Williams Co., Cleveland, 0. new hay or grain, large quantities of green food, feed that has lain in the manger for some time and become sour, indigestible food, irregular teeth, crib bit- ing, and, in fact, anything that produces indigestion may produce flatulent colic, The symptoms of wind colic are not so suddenly developed, nor so severe as those of cramp colic. At firBt the horsfe is noticed to be dull, paws slightly and may or may not lie down. The pains from the beginning are continuous. The belly enlarges and by striking it in front of the haunches a drumlike sound re- sults. If not soon relieved the symptoms are aggravated, and in addition there are noticed difficult breathing, bloodshot eyes, and red mucous membranes, loud, tumultuous heart beats, profuse perspir- ation, trembling of the front legs, sighing respiration, staggering from side to side, and finally the animal plunges forward dead. The diagnostic symptom of flatu- lent colic is the distension of the bowels, with gas, detected by the bloated appear- and resonance on percussion. The treatment for wind colic differs materially from that of cramp colic. Ab- sorbents are of some service and charcoal may be given in any quantity. Relaxants are aho beneficial in this form of colic. Chloral hydrate not only possesses this quality, but it is also a, pain reliever. It is then particularly well adapted to the treatment of wind colic, and should be given in one ounce doses in a pint of water. Diluted alcohol or whiskey may be given, or aromatic spirits of ammonia in one ounce doses at short intervals. A physic should always be given in flatulent colic as early as possible, the best being ono ounce doses of Barbadoes aloes. Renal injections of turpentine, one to two ounces, and linseed oil, eight ouncep, may be given frequently to stimulate the peristaltic motion of the bowels and favor the escape of wind. Blankets wrung out of hot water do much to afford relief. They should be re- newed every five or ten minutes and cov- \ ered with a dry woolen blanket. This form is much more fatal than cramp colic, and requires prompt and persistent treatment. It is entirely unsafe to pre- tacks going on to a speedy death, while others appear at the onset to be severe yield readily to treatment. Do not ceate effortB unless the animal is dead. In se- vere cases puncturing of the bowels in the moBt distended part by means of a small trocar and cannula or with a needle of a hypodermic syringe, thus allowing the es- cape of gas haB often saved life, and such punctures, if made with a clean, sharp instrument, that is not allowed to remain in the horBO too long, are accompanied by Utile danger, and do more to quickly re- lieve the patient than any other treat- ment.âDenver Field and Farm. diet the result some apparently mild at- Use a little coal oil to remove gum from the tools which are used in trim- ming. â THE CROWLEY STAKE A SIDE STAKE FOR STARTERS IN THE THREE-YEAR-OLD DIVISIONS OF THE Pacific Breeders Futurity Stakes No. 4 (FOALS OF 1904-TO TAKE PLACE IN 1907) Entries to Close Monday, August 1,1904 CONDITIONS. A Side Stake of $25 each tor Trotting and Pacing Foals ot 1904 that were entered or substituted and will start in the Three-Year-Old Divisions of the Breeders Futurity in 1907. All money pa d in on trotting foals to be divided among those starting in the trotting division, and all money paid in on paoers to be divided among those that start in the pacing division. Moneys divided raann.s per cent and to go to the first and second horses in this aids stake, according to their positions in me anal summary of each race. In oase all those in the side stake should be^distanced in tne of either of the regular events, they shall start in another race, best two heats in three no i day, to decide the money winners. Entrance to the side stake $25 each. The money to Du In some reputable bank, to remain at interest until the stake is trotted. Entries Close Monday, August 1st, with F. W. KELIEY, Seoretary F. C. T. H,

  

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Title: American bee journal

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December, 1911. American T^ee Jogrnaij I left my bees on the summer stand, mov- ing 5 hives together. leaving the comb super on. and made a cushion that would just tit the super, and filled it with planer shavings: then placed some short staves over the frames and placed the cushion on them, so as to leave a small bee-way between the cushion and tops of the frames: then I placed the metal cover on. and a heavy can- vas over the 5 hives, leaving a part of the front open, which faces the east in my or- chard. I will say. however, that we have had no cold weather yet. so they could not have been chilled. Idaho. Answer.—It is hard to make even a guess at what the trouble may be. It does not seem like any kind of disease, unless it should be paralysis, and that would hardly make such active work at this time of year. There is a bare possibility that in some way the bees have gotten some poisonous sweets that no other colony has found. The entrance may in some way have been temporarily closed, and because the colony is so strong some of the bees may have smothered. But that is very improbable. A mouse might be making trouble, or some other animal. You can see what wild efforts I am making at guessing, and if I were right on the spot it is possible I could do no better. Neither can I suggest anything to help. My final guess is that by the time this reaches you the trouble will have disappeared of its own accord. Foul Brood—Nailed or Loose Hive-Bottoms I have "Forty Years Among the Bees." which is a master piece of bee-literature. It treats clearly and to the fullest extent, any phase of bee-culture save that of the disease called foul brood. 1. Explain the treatment of this disease by the late E. W. Alexander: he gave his man- ner of treating European foul brood. 2. If your colonies in early spring are strong and vigorous, but you find one or more cells of foul brood in them, how would you treat them ? 3. How do you account for the fact that foul-broody honey requires boiling for more than one hour to destroy the spores of foul brood, while merely melting the combs of a foul-broody hive kills the germs ? 4. I hived a prime swarm last season on old combs which had contained foul brood, but not one cell of the disease appeared. Does not this clearly show that honey is more dangerous to feed to bees than old combs are to give them ? =;. If you owned a number of Langstroth hives would you remove their bottoms, so that you could set one on the other ? Kentucky. Answers—You find nothing about foul brood in " Korty Years Among the Bees." because at the time that book was written I had had no experience with that disease, and I wrote only of the things coming within my own experience. Later, however. I had experience galore with European foul brood —not American—and "Fifty Years Among the Bees " gives that experience. 1. In brief, this is the Alexander treatment for European foul brood: See that the col- ony is strong, or made strong (that is very important; destroy the queen; 20 days later give a ripe queen-cell or a virgin just hatched of best Italian stock. 2. If only a cell or two is present in a strong colony. I would keep close watch of it to see whether it should disappear or increase. If it should increase I would remove the queen and give the colony at the same time a ripe cell or a virgin of best stock. Of course American foul brood would have the Mc- Evoy treatment. 3. In a mass of honey the center is not heated sufficiently unless kept going for a longtime. Are you not mistaken in saying merely melting the combs kills the germs? Foundation-makers keep the wax hot a Awa'' //me. 4. Not necessarily. To decide that ques- tion there should be several cases of both kinds, so as to compare. 5. I surely would want at least a part of them with loose bottoms. Smoker-Fuel—Take the stalks and leaves of sweet clover, moisten with a weak solution of saltpeter, then dry them, and you have an excellent fuel that vi^ill produce a mild, quieting smoke.—Prak. Wegiueiser.

 

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Bees Still Working Oct. 15th Last year (iqio) I had a total failure in honey-production, and had to feed the bees during the whole season. Out of 85 colonies I had only 28 left last spring, and they were so weak that I had to sacrifice the whole sage bloom to build them up. So I secured very little honey from sage, but I had a fair crop from hoUyberry. Since Sept. ist. the bees have done fairly well on buckwheat, and by Oct. ist. they be- gan to roll the honey in from "pipe-stem." and especially from another flower for which I have no name. All hives were crammed full of honey. From one colony on Oct, 3d I extracted from the whole brood-chamber and super, and by Oct, 15th it was all full again. lam still extracting, with bees working hard on the second flower mentioned in the preced- ing paragraph. B. E. ScHNUCKEL. Lonoak. Calif., Nov. 3. A California Report for 1911 From 70 colonies, spring count. I increased to 100 the past season. My crop amounted to 13.800 pounds of extracted honey, and 500 i-pound sections of comb honey. This has been the best honey-year for a long time for extracted honey, but not so good for comb honey. Quite a number of my colonies went as high as MO pounds each. The honey-flow was continuous from May i until October. During that time I extracted 10 times. I received 7'= cents a pound for white sage honey, and 5/4 cents for amber. This is a fine country for bees in good years, but a man can figure on a crop only once in 3 years, as an average. I have seen as many as 5 consecutive failures, and some years they will not gather enough honey, and have to be fed or starve. San Benito, Calif.. Nov. ig. L. G. Smith. Bees Lost from Starvation We have had a poor season here this year. We had 167 days without rain—from F"eb. 17 to Aug. 3. There were showers a few miles around us during the summer. We lost 40 percent of our bees during the summer from starvation. Thomas Poupfirt. Basehor. Kan.. Nov. 18. Killing Yellow Jackets with Kerosene A way to kill yellow- jackets, which I find is very good as well as cheap, is by the use of kerosene. All that is necessary for each nest is a long-necked bottle with a pint or so of kerosene in it. depending upon the size of the nest, the direction it takes, and other peculiarities. This applies especially to those in such places that the nest is downward, and for those in a bank or a similar place one might need to use some other method. Carbon disulphide might be satisfactory for such places, which could be used by saturating small ragballs with it and by filling the hole with soil after putting them in. They might need to have a diameter of about Yi of an inch, and therefore one might need to use about 4 of them. Master Thomas Leach. Sunol Glenn. Calif. The Season of 1911 I began the season of iqii with 20 colonies, increased to 30, and the average income of honey-money per colony was S5.00. for which I felt thankful, after reading of so many total failures. I use the lo-frame metal- spaced Langstroth hive-body with sealed covers, and winter-case deep enough to take in a bag of forest leaves. Within 30 feet of the hives is a large pomace pile from a cider- mill, and I never saw a bee working on it in the fall of the year, although they usually do a little before pollen comes in the spring. During my 4 years' experience I have lost but one colony in wintering, and they were alive in the spring, but queenless. Although we have no bee-disease in our locality. I was feeling a desire for Farmers' Bulletin 442. when lo. it came without asking, I desire to thank both Dr. Phillipsand our Government for their great effort to help bee-keepers. After all I have read concerning ropy American and yellow European foul brood, it seems that one can never expect to be immune for a term of 5 years after it has a good foothold in his locality. If any one thinks my hair stands up toostraight. please mention extensive territories where the dis- ease has been exterminated. Varysburg. N. Y., Oct, 28. W. A. Spink. Severe Drouth—Still Hoping The drouth was so severe in this section at the time the bees usually are working in the supers, that they stored only a very small amount of honey. I have 40 colonies, and do not think that they will average 5 pounds, taking the whole lot. as many did not store any surplus at all. I am hoping for a good season ne.xt year, but it is hard to say now whether it will be such or not. I am always glad to get the American Bee Journal, for there are always so many good things in it. and it is such a help to one in- terested in bees. Charles H. Chandler. Darien, Conn.. Nov, 7. Experience with Foul Brood I have just read the article on pages 335 and 33(1. in which Mr. Gibson recommends the McEvoy treatment for foul brood. I wish to give my experience. One year ago last spring I discovered American foul brood in my yard; as I had been equalizing stores and brood. I had it well distributed through this yard of 150 colonies. I tried th^ McEvoy treatment on some 18 or 20colonies, but out of this number only 2 or 3 stayed in their hives. Although I had clipped the queens, they would swarm out and cluster, sometimes 3 or 4 of them to- gether, in some high tree, remain an hour or so. and leave for parts unknown. I saw very plainly that if I continued this treatment I would have scarcely any bees left. Then I tried the Baldridge treatment, which, if rightly used, is a perfect success. Now for results: I cured all but to colonies that season, and those 1 cured the past spring, and have not a cell of foul brood in the yard now. One of my neighbors tried the McEvoy treatment on some of his colonies with ex- actly the same results. 1 should like to know why I failed. I sup- pose my bees got the disease from a queen 1 purchased. I know of no other wav. A. A. E. WiLBER. Broderick, Calif,, Nov, 23. Bee-Keeping Some 'Years Ago My mother was a subscriber for the American Bee Journal for many years, and I think wrote for it occasionally. She was Mrs. S. E, Sherman, and lived at Salado. Tex. We imported. I think, the first Italian queen that was brought to Texas. We had 60 colonies in the early '8o's. from which we took over 10.000 pounds of extracted honey one year. \Ve got 360 pounds from one col- ony, which, I think, was the record at that time. I took 85 pounds last year from my one colony. I was away in the spring, and lost a swarm. This has been a very dry and bad year. I got only 35 pounds of honev. The American Bee Journal recalls many fond recollections of my youthful associa- tions, and of my dear mother, whom I had the great misfortune to lose over 10 years ago. (Dr.) C. H. Sherman. Dallas, rex.. Nov. 6. (We remember very well meeting Dr. Sherman's mother many years ago at one of the conventions of the National Bee Keep- ers'Association, At that time she was per- haps the leading bee-keeping woman in all the South. Her contributions to the col- umns of the American Bee Journal always indicated a practical experience with bees and the sale of honey, as she was a success-

  

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