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THE WARWICK & WARWICKSHIRE APTERTIBER LEAMINGTON GAZETTE, SATURDAY. JANUA tY 11, 1913. FOOTBALL. THE DOCTORS AND HR. LLOYD GEORGE. THE

THE WARWICK & WARWICKSHIRE APTERTIBER LEAMINGTON GAZETTE, SATURDAY. JANUA tY 11, 1913. FOOTBALL. THE DOCTORS AND HR. LLOYD GEORGE. THE

CHANCELLOB DENOUNCED AS A MORAL LEPER. DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TAITWOKTH-IN-AKDEN. Obituary. COVENTRY AND NORTH WAR LEAGUE.—Division L The funeral of the late Mr. Fred Go wing, of Elliott’s Hall, took place at Sal ter-street Church, BaHswood (Tanworth) Friday last week miserable
11 January 1913 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT. A PHYSICIAN’S ADVICE.

WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT. A PHYSICIAN’S ADVICE.

Indigestion and practically all forms of stomach trouble are, nine times out of ten. due to acidity; therefore stomach sufferers should, whenever possible, avoid eating food that is acid in its nature, or which by chemical action in the stomach develops acidity. Unfortunately, s
11 January 1913 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FACT IS

THE FACT IS

yoa cannot enjoy life to the full if yon are not well. If you are ailing, nervous, apprehensive, languid, and subject to fits of depression it clear that there is something wrong with your health. A careful consideration of the conditions usually reveals the fact that they arise
11 January 1913 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
iRTSMOUTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

iRTSMOUTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

HEAD MASTER: J. C. NICOL. M.A. (late Fellow of Trinity Hall. Cambridge), STAFF OF ELEVEN ASSISTANT MASTERS. Approved the Board of Education, the Army C’oenoJ (for leaving certificates), and the Moral Ooileges of Physic tans and Surgeons. Special Army and Nary Departments. Office
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
RHEUMATISM

RHEUMATISM

FOR DRINK
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TH! 9 DOfTORS.

TH! 9 DOfTORS.

DOfTORS. €»f Portsmouth >amr? noon tin* *1 *i X!»t»«Dal ' ' r . ;be namr.s are as Arnold, S. P. Annotlrv. Blnokinan. H. E. t, E. 1.. C'amb;*, C»«hin. A. K. G. oreor*n. /. Dewcr. Eraoutt. C. Gravr«, D. T. Hamilton, A Mi!nr Manrood. W. A. iRT. i 'r. F. C. Miryjflc, McGregor, A. j*
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GREECE AND THE ISLAND?.

GREECE AND THE ISLAND?.

The following came to hand from London yesterday afternoon:— representative the Exchange Telegraph Company who has been maxing inquiries in Bulgarian and Greek centree learns that fur no despatch has been received concerning the Turko-Bulgarian conference as to the surrender of
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WEST SUSSEX EDUCITIOS.

WEST SUSSEX EDUCITIOS.

WEST SUSSEX AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCHEME. Among the reporle submitted on Wedneadar to tha West Education Committee Chic beater one from the (.orernera the Cbieheater High School for Girla. which mentioned that the number atndenta now in attendance there between and all. The Dean o
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE COMMAND OF THE AIR PROGRESS m 1912. miTMra wab ovticb

THE COMMAND OF THE AIR PROGRESS m 1912. miTMra wab ovticb

Altboajrb eoumt, mjc "Daily ’Magrafk’* ia TaiaabU artMa m ariatioß tba jtm IMS •ill itaod Mrt ia kiataay aa that •haraia ariation Int attaiaad to a atoga af (all yraatiaal deralapaiaat, albait bat a dim praaaga tba aaat ordrr of tblagl to aoaw. it maid diSealt to paiat to aay tk
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England