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(DT 008 PRIVATE WIRE)

(DT 008 PRIVATE WIRE)

008 PRIVATE WIRE) I A terrible explosion occurred to-day at the works of the Charing Cros?-, West Bind, and City Electricity Company Limited, Marsh gate Lane Stratford, and n-oulted in the death of two workmen. As far as can bo gathered, were at work in the basement storeroom, pu
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIA

OPPORTUNITIES for EMIGRANTS. NEW SOUTH WALES —l'lgrnllv required—Farmers, l-arra V. ork.-M and Female Domeslic Servant*. Keduced f.rcj to Sjdnev from £6. Work pur.meed. Asent-Oeneral, and i?j. Cannon Street, K.C. VICTORIA- openings for Farmer*. Agricultural Labourer, and Dome*.
31 October 1910 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTTS. MINERS.

NOTTS. MINERS.

NOMINATIONS FOR THE PRESIDENCY TO BE HANDED IN ON NOVEMBER 19th. the raonthiy meeting of the Council of the Notts Miners Association was held at the offices of the association Saturday. Mr. W. Carter (president) was in the chair, and there were present Mr. J. G. (agent), Mr. C.
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CRICKET

CRICKET

PORTLAND LEAGUE. Mr. F. C. Wood, of Creswell, presided over the annual meeting of the Portland Cricket League at Mansfield on Saturday. It was reported that the past season had been a most satisfactory one, there being balance hand of £l5 14s. It was decided ask the Duke Portlan
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FOWLS IN A HAMPER

FOWLS IN A HAMPER

TWO MEN FINED AT GRANTHAM FOR CAUSING SUFFERING. At the Grantham Police Court to-day, Arthur Poyser, carrier, of Barkestone-le-Vale, was summoned for unlawfully conveying seven fowls in a hamper on a carrier's cart in such a manner as to cause them unnecessary pain and suffering
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOW ARE THE PATIENTS?

HOW ARE THE PATIENTS?

LATEST BULLETIN FROM BAGTHORPE HOSPITAL. The following the authorised report the condition of patients in the Bagthorpe Hospital 12 o'clock noon to-day : I. Dangerously ill, friends may visit.—2o4B. 11. Seriouslv ill, but not immediate danger.— 272 A, 352 A, 365 A, 366 A, 205E,
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHURCH IN WALES.

CHURCH IN WALES.

Report of the Royal Commission Finally Adjusted. MASS OF FACTS AND FIGURES Splendid W«rk Done in Nonconformist Sunday Schools. The report of the Royal Commission on the Church England and other religious bodies in Wales and Monmouthshire has now been finally adjusted, and it is
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE NEW G.P.O.

THE NEW G.P.O.

How the Removal from St. Martin' s-le- Grand Will Be tarried Out. After Sunday next the General Post Office at St. Martin's-le-Grand, where the work of sorting and dispatching letters lias been carried on night and day without intermission for three-quarters of a century, will c
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ENGLISH GIRL'S ROMP.

ENGLISH GIRL'S ROMP.

A Joke That was Unappreciated the Irish Victims. A SHILLING DAMAGES. An English girl's unappreciated jokes in Ireland were described before Judge Craig at Enniskillen Quarter Sessions on Saturday, when Mr. Charles R. Bernard, of Cork-hill, sued Miss Phyllis Harding, a young Engl
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SOCIALIST UPROAR.

SOCIALIST UPROAR.

Unprecedented Scenes in the French Chamber. PREMIER HOWLED DOWN. Vote of Confidence in Government Carried large Majtrity. Scenes which occurred in the French Chamber of Deputies on Saturday night are agreed all hands to have no parallel in the history of the Republic. Fists were
31 October 1910 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England