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TABLE TALK.

TABLE TALK.

"Has not the author of that delight, ful volume, 'How to Write for the* Papers,’ reviewed bjr you the other day, anything to aay about the reporting b f crosn-Chamiel airship flights '* asks correspondent. "To judge from what yon quote of him on 'Unveiling a Statue.' he ought to
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CHILD’S FORTITUDE.

CHILD’S FORTITUDE.

A story of a child’s marvellous fortitude under serious injuries comes from Hungiven, co. Londonderry. A boy named Cooke, aged three, escaped from his parents and wandered into field where cutting operations were in progrese. Incautiously placing his hand the machine, the arm wa
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ST. PAUL’S CROSS.

ST. PAUL’S CROSS.

The Lord Mayor, accompanied by the Sheriffs, aldermen, and members of the Court of Common Council, will attend the unveiling ceremony in St. Paul's Churchyard to-day of the monument erected to commemorate the old Paul’s Cross. It has cost £5,000. the money having been bequeathed
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TOBEUMOKY FINDS

TOBEUMOKY FINDS

Among articles recovered yeeterdny from what is supposed to bo the wreck the Spanish treasure ship Florontia at Tobermory were mass of maskets, Copper coins, and a silver-gilt medallion, supposed to have been worn one of the eight priests who were (he galleon.
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LADY AND STAG-HUNTING,

LADY AND STAG-HUNTING,

North Devon hunting men decided at Barnstaple yesterday to revive stag-hnnting, and to call off hounds whenever they approached the estate of Miss Chichester, Arlington Court, daughter the lata Lady Chichester, who objects the sport on conscientious grounds, and has threatened p
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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HUNGRY SOLDIERS,

HUNGRY SOLDIERS,

Dinners Ready after Men had done to Sleep. valuable memorandum dealing with the training of the troops in the Sonthern command and referring to the work of the Territorials has been issued. Lieutenant-General Sir C. W. H. Douglas, commanding-in-chief, opens his remarks with a ge
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MY TRADE.

MY TRADE.

When I'm man—it won't be lone. I’m growing now eo big and strong— My mind very nearly What I will folio*' for trade. I think I'll drive motor 'boa, The kind that fronts and makes fuss; They are not told make leas noise. As we are while we’re little boys. Perhaps I’ll soldier tal
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LEICESTER FOSSE v. BIRMINGHAM, a*

LEICESTER FOSSE v. BIRMINGHAM, a*

LEICESTER FOSSE v. BIRMINGHAM, Fosse—Starbuck ; Henry, Currie; Randle. King (E.), Goldie; TbieUall, Osborn. Hall. Walker. A S. Owen. WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v. HUDDERSFIELD TOWN, Wolverhampton, Huddersfield—Mutch; Taylor. Morris; Wright (J.), (F.). Bartlett; Hall, MoCubUn, Hamilt
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LAST NIGHTS FINALS.

LAST NIGHTS FINALS.

(From Our Spoeinl Corrsspondont.) ALDERSHOT. Friday Night The Navy and Army boxing meeting at Aldershot ended to-night with the startling announcement that, although the championships have always been decided Aldershot, in future years the meeting will be held at Aldershot and P
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TION?

TION?

OK PKOTEC- (To the Editor of “The Daily News.”) Sir -uppo-'f »r is not to l»e expected ' Informer '* will pay )rt of Sir Francis Oppeutu churoctor as the spring prosperity. They have had mity that the tariff, not everything. Spain, i. fur example, have mast tariffs and yet not t
29 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England