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C.M.S. NEW SECRETARY

C.M.S. NEW SECRETARY

The Ilev. Cyril C. B. Bardsler. Vicar of St. Helens. ha» received the offer of the hon. secretaryship of the Church Missionary Society. Mr. Bardsley has been Vicar of -3t. Helens for, six years He was preceded by Canon Willink. now Vicar Yarmouth, and the Vicar of St. Helens bef
31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR W. C. LENG AND CO.

SIR W. C. LENG AND CO.

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31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWS FROM ABROAD.

NEWS FROM ABROAD.

Foul Crime Unearthed. The mutilated body of the daughter of a wealthy Louisville brewer has been discovered buried in a cellar. It is supposed she was kidnapped, held to ransom, and then murdered. Austria and Bosnia. The Emperor Francis Joseph is paying State visit his new terri
31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Libel Action Sequel.

Libel Action Sequel.

The Clerk read tlie following letter from Mr. Potter, solicitor for Nurse Swift, against whom Mr. W E. Ponsford dale Master tbo Workhouse) brought an unsuccessful action for libel: I lo inform you that pursuant (o the resolution passed at, the linardians' meeting on the 18th ult
31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PEDESTRIAN ISM.

PEDESTRIAN ISM.

SHEPHERD MAKES WORLD S RECORDS. NEW YORK. May 30. Melvin W. Shepherd to-day ran yard* I minute 22 sous., and 700 yards in 1 minute 4-sth sees Both events established world's records. Reuter. w
31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
••rpHE WEEKLY RAZORS.—Mo. 1. Raaor. lor strong beard. Is. ; by post. Is. Id. No. 2. l.ight- r Razor, extra

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31 May 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Moreton Deanery Corference

Moreton Deanery Corference

Moreton Deanery erence jut At Newton", yesterday, Rev. W- "Rural Dean, presiding, the 23rd ference the clergy and laity ,1 ton Deanery took place.—Mr. . elected layman to represent the < the Diocesan Additional Curates' Rev. W. E. Durham -poke p* the services rendered the a whole
31 May 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CRYING EVILS

CRYING EVILS

Rev. J. Edwards at Mount Pleasant Church, Exeter Rev. John Edwards was the preacher at Mount Pleasant "United Methodist Church Sunday. There was a large congregation. From the text, Galatians vi., 7 and 8, the rev. gentleman preached a powerful and trenchant sermon on one the cr
31 May 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER POLICE.

EXETER POLICE.

Kicked a Constable! Time for Reflection ICE CREAM CARTS AGAIN Yesterday, at Exeter Police Court, bebre Messrs. E. C. Eowe (in the chair), J. Commin, H. Yeo, and H. Hall. Frank Brooks, painter, of 2, Friars Walk, was charged with being drunk and disorderly Stephen-street the prev
31 May 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A TOWN'S NAME

A TOWN'S NAME

TOWN'S NAME Offer of £5,000 if Inhabitants will Change it. Airs. Harriman, the widow of the late American Railway King," is anxious to a , town named after her husband. To this end she suggested that the name the town of Turner, the nearest town on the .h ,\ y of Arden should cha
31 May 1910 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England