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SIGNALS 9F DISTRESS.

SIGNALS 9F DISTRESS.

The Itaor Snowdon Range, tow of two with tho Dominion in attondatKV, arrived off Daunts Rock, at the outer Harbour, afuiroOon. A U»g wvnt out hw from Queenstown that the* two luge the Snowdon Rang.* was connected by a cable astern with a steam trawler ae«»t in •woalhrw was tenni
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE GLOUCESTER CASTLE'S MISHAP.

THE GLOUCESTER CASTLE'S MISHAP.

With rsfcrence to the accident to the Gloucester Castle which 'n route the Cape, and which re* port d vmu less having broken cylinder cover, the have instruct'd the captain of the Cloucosier Cast!., to procetd Madeira, and there await which will sent out the Castle, which leaves
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MANSFIELD’S FUTURE.

MANSFIELD’S FUTURE.

Its Splendid of Coal and Water.
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE SATOB’S DINNER.

THE SATOB’S DINNER.

With characteristic kiadnet tbo Mayor of Mans* field (Mr, J. P. Iloutton, J.P.) last night created highly appreciated precedent entertakung dinner over 500 Corporation emploreca Victor* Hall, Manafied. company also included officials every undertaking and department, and also me
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
INSURANCE AND HOSPITALS.

INSURANCE AND HOSPITALS.

Statement by the Derbyshire In* firmary Weekly Board. Tbo Weekly Board the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary have issued statement in which they point out that a result of the Natioml Insurance Act the work of the hospital will (end to increase rather than diminish, and the voluntary h
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CENSUS OP INSURED PERSONS.

CENSUS OP INSURED PERSONS.

Mr. Fell, M.P., will ask the to the *upy he will state i> will able to give the particulars of the total number of persons tinder the National Insurance Act for England, Wales, Scotland, and Iroiaaid, respecti-rely, those in approved iocie<it«, deposit oontri* tutors, and volunt
15 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
‘‘AN IDEAL WAR.”

‘‘AN IDEAL WAR.”

Mr. Noel Buxton, M.P., Speaks his Balkan Experiences. would like ted you that I enjoyed the war very much.’ Tbs was Mr. Noel Buxtons first me*- th., moo gathered in WhitefiiH. aftomooD. t» whom r’dated h» thrilling erf Balkan War # Mr. Buxton, who chairman of th© Comma ice, the
20 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TO-DAY IN PARLIAMENT.

TO-DAY IN PARLIAMENT.

Tb© principal in the House of Commons to-<toy will tho resumption of the Coramitu-f*stage of Wclah Church Bill, this bong the thirteenth allotted day. ..... Prior to the commence meat public busmens quc«fc.ons will be addr€»«ed Mmirtera. Mr. Caaecl trill the President of the Boa
20 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SERVANT’S FATAL FALL.

SERVANT’S FATAL FALL.

Grim Tragedy of Old Lady’s Helplessness. A shocking discovery was made at West HiU, an aristocratic district looao®. Mrs. harsh Wood, widow, lived alow, bre- attendant being female servant named Tradesmen who had called at the bourn the week having met with no response gave^ tho
20 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
OVER 3,000 ENTRIES FOR DOO SHOW.

OVER 3,000 ENTRIES FOR DOO SHOW.

is entry «nore 3.000 for Nkiaonsi Dor bold Bmclt'y Hall, o» and Hiuwdsy. tbo bigbost %ot«l recorded tioce tbe show was cetabliafaod in IBS9. PECULIAR KOTOR FATALITY. Mr. A. FutfVT, of died Sotrth- Hospital on SaUxrday injuries in motor-car accirlcnt. H-r was car from Ijondon nig
20 January 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England