Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 436,035 articles

1005 PRIZES

1005 PRIZES

cash. 111 10/- m«5/- 110x2/6 ess; Avenue. London, F..C
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
n REDUNDANCY OBJECTIONS.

n REDUNDANCY OBJECTIONS.

REDUNDANCY OBJECTIONS. The annual Brewster Sessions for the Borongh of Portsmouth were commenced on Wednesday in the Police Court the Town Hall. The Justices present were Mr. O. S. Lancaster (Chairman), Alderman T. Scott Foster. Colonel A. R. Holbrook, Alderman J. H. Corke, Alder
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LOCAL AMUSEMENTS.

LOCAL AMUSEMENTS.

THEATRE ROtAL. “Pie King of Cadonia,*' the bright musical comedy which has drawn such large houses the Theatre Royal this week, is to be succeeded next week by another big London success, Dear Little Denmark,” which comes direct from the Prince of Wales* Theatre and it is to be
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Commandem.—P. H. Warleigh the Promethaua, in command, February IMh; F. O. St. John to the Albion, for the Canopna, in command, February IStb; T. B. Wardle aa Naral Secretary to the Ordnance Board, February 15th; 8. E. Forster to tha Wildfire, aa king’s Harbour Master Dorer, Febr
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NAVAL SECRETS.

NAVAL SECRETS.

PORTSMOUTH CASE AT THE ASSIZES.
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
COUNSEL’S PLEADING FOE THE

COUNSEL’S PLEADING FOE THE

ACCUSED. Mr. Emanuel said that after mnch consideration the priooner, kia advice, hid pleaded guilty the information framed under eub-cection 3 of the first section of the Official Secrets Act, 1889, and not guilty to the chargee of larceny, and understood that the Solicitor-Gen
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HAMPSHIRE TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1910.

HAMPSHIRE TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1910.

12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
?I MILITARY RECORD J ♦ t • s * s ♦ s ♦ s-» s ♦ s ♦

?I MILITARY RECORD J ♦ t • s * s ♦ s ♦ s-» s ♦ s ♦

MILITARY RECORD ♦ * s ♦ ♦ s-» ♦ ♦ * NOTES AND NEWS. TOPICS TIE WEEK, the 29th Wwt, now lie Ist Worcestershire Regiment, in 1843, and was present at the battles of Fetoieshah and Sabraon. was also engaged in tba battles of Chilliaawallah and Ooqjerat. purchased tho command of the
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CAPTAIN S FUNERAL AT SOBEETON

CAPTAIN S FUNERAL AT SOBEETON

CAPTAIN FUNERAL AT SOBEETON Tb« funeral took place on Thursday the Parish Church of Captaiu Prank Goodson. aged 32, of Meou Place. Soberton, who died on Monday. The deceased officer, who entered the Royal Artillery in November, 1895, served with the 64th Battery during the South
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
UTIH6

UTIH6

HONOURED. Of tbs mountains discovered on his journey towards the South Pole Lieut. Sir Ernest Shackieton calls one after the Prime Minister, Mount Asquith; another names after the First Commissioner of Works, Mount Harcourt; and a third after “Toby, M.P.,” Mount Henry Lucy. Ever
12 February 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England