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TELEGRAM FROM THE KING.

TELEGRAM FROM THE KING.

A (.Capetown, Saturday. The Duke of OomiAught has received ihc folhnring from the King; I am much gratifled your telegram, rejoice to hear that you opened the first Par Ikwnent under *uch happy auspices and with the afteuraiH'e the good-will my people in sSouth Africa. It. and 1
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RESULTS AND TABLES.

RESULTS AND TABLES.

Association. THE LEAGUE.—First DlTiSton. 0. v m * iw** ' ok* Bradford C’ltf M.n. b«rtrr ' 2 Woolwich Arwmol Jlonco-.tcr United PiMton Ninth Knd .... W pr«l ,N-wco.tl« United HV-wtn-M United Foret fl Blnchbum Borer. J Okihan) 2 ('ountf * HirtleM WrUarklsr ... 1 Busderlaad * Tott'
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MIDLAND LEAGUE.

MIDLAND LEAGUE.

R« llhe4B«M W«l Re« I'l-tlftor*! T'»wa • T- 2 Pb«M It# I *. Hall R«w Notts Ooatv Knd. Em HnfM •rstt»*!ii Rm 4 ShMßf!<l United .. CHj \ Worksop 3 : YORKSHIRE COMBINATION. 5 Oool> HrMh-rd City Stark 2 Kn;v?v.-*bf-roost* * ENGLISH CUP Third R^^md D**t»sSt United ... 2 Don‘*i»trT 1
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HEiDrSOLKT 14 SKbBT

HEiDrSOLKT 14 SKbBT

14 The meeting Heading lev aoj Selby, the ground the former club Saturday, amused much interest, more especially Selby were fax unbeaten. Playing at the top their form, however. were superior all points the game, and bom goalkeeper first home tii« team gave magnificent exhibition
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAPTER ILtl

CHAPTER ILtl

Hlf? lowe for her might base, order, but thia, and this atone, dominated him doring these ■Mnents. It brought home him, often happens on occasions of this kind, how essential she had become w him—this woman whom had selected the first instance roereJy because she had answered hi
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IF YOU WANT A GOOD THING worm —•ontHhinc vh«t will r<mi:y yon poodbuy * box Pills. mo*i pwiplo, <kmbi <iooi>iu«ual!y

IF YOU WANT A GOOD THING worm —•ontHhinc vh«t will r<mi:y yon poodbuy * box Pills. mo*i pwiplo, <kmbi <iooi>iu«ual!y

you fsol a little off par—not quM< voumelf—liveruUi —headaony—ti«i\y—irrriabie—dMauchnad exaruoc —or you have appetite —there a diaootnfart after hr>e«L- are irregular—you not sound, tleiep - there w taste in the mouth on rismespot* appear before tie eyes—the <x«npiex:wß i* sall
7 November 1910 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NORTHERN SEEDS AND HOOTS ASSOCIATION.

NORTHERN SEEDS AND HOOTS ASSOCIATION.

ANNUAL MEETING PORTSOY. The annoal meeting of this association was held in the office of the secretary, Mr James Young', Portsoy, on Saturday. Ex-Provost Burgees presided. A favourable report was given the committee. The membership, it was stated, had kept well, and liberal supp
7 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JAMES CLARKE & CO. A SELECTION OF NEW BOOKS. IMPORTANT WORK BY J. H. JOWETT, The Transfigured Church. Large crown

JAMES CLARKE & CO. A SELECTION OF NEW BOOKS. IMPORTANT WORK BY J. H. JOWETT, The Transfigured Church. Large crown

gvo, cinch boards, jplt top. mz. " farooaß preacher presents his idea <rf ■what the Christian Churoh might and shook! be in a manner that vigorous »V- Newcastle Daily . Life and the Ideal. J. RRTTTTLr.F.Y, Author Aspects Use Spiritual," etc. Large crown c.toth boards, pit top. 3
7 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OBITUARY. RETIRED RAILWAY GUARD'S DEATH. The death took place yesterday, his South Crown Street, Aberdeen, Mr William. Low, late guard,

OBITUARY. RETIRED RAILWAY GUARD'S DEATH. The death took place yesterday, his South Crown Street, Aberdeen, Mr William. Low, late guard,

Caledonian Railway Company, at. the ago of 63 years. Mr Low,who was native Forfa-rehire, joined the railway service 1870 a porter at Drum- Lithio station. Four years later he was promoted as a passenger guard, running between Aberdeen and the south to Edinburgh Glasgow. Mr Low w
7 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON TO PARIS FLIGHT.

LONDON TO PARIS FLIGHT.

ME, WILLOWS SAFE- Paris, Mr Willows has landed safely Reuter. _ . Issy -ke-Moul dirig A message from Douai states City of Cardiff has arrived e Having been re-charged Paris-"^ 11^' vessel will resume ite The above telegrams set a . it for prehension which had begun safety of tho
7 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland