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CHANGES IN THE NAVT.

CHANGES IN THE NAVT.

DEATHS, REMOVALS, AND RESTORATIONS. The January Nary List contains the following : Obituary.—Active List—Lieut. Wilfred Parke, December; Chief Boatswain Edward J. Bish, November. Retired William R. Willis, 15th December; Commanders Kwen F. Domrille. 15th November; Edmund W. Tork
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
A BASTS ETES.

A BASTS ETES.

A er«», cn ipweh begin. Ere line lean) word* eigAe, Bleee til thillge bright enough to wig A bye ejee. Lei*, while the tweet thing leaght tad liet. And deep down out ia. See* perfect ia them Paradiae, Their glance Bight caat oat peia and eia. Their epeeeh aube dumb the wine. By
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
and wiahiag-riag bad not batn nam It woortin hi. tngor had won j| ter forty years. Ono sf Us sens

and wiahiag-riag bad not batn nam It woortin hi. tngor had won j| ter forty years. Ono sf Us sens

was goim to tabs it but tbo oldoat said:- * * not diatnrb it. there baa bees aom, uito it. rt to him, tar I boro ofte, look loogiagly it." Thao old man woo buried with to ring, hot which, no wo know, woo not ring, which woo •opposed wuhiau though it brought tbs old couple mon go
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
INCREASED STRENGTH.

INCREASED STRENGTH.

THE PARTY’S LOYALTY TO MR. BONAR LAW. The Times,” in its first leading article to-day, says:— ‘‘This difference, • though relating only to one branch of Unionist policy, has become acute precisely because opinion on both sides has been dear and firm. It has proved susceptible of
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
the talk of the town. ((. crlwuedfr»m Preceding Pmgt.) have done had they lived in P formation England. There is

the talk of the town. ((. crlwuedfr»m Preceding Pmgt.) have done had they lived in P formation England. There is

a real abbot and all the other furniture of an abbey. It a sign of the changes in the West End that the great house which the late Sir Charles Freakc, the originator of Cromwellroad, built there as his family residence, has become a club for the Indian students of London Univers
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN SECURITIES.

FOREIGN SECURITIES.

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10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
INTBRNATIONAL TRIALS.

INTBRNATIONAL TRIALS.

Weston, West v. Midlands. Broxbourne, East v. South. Blackheath, Blackheath v. Beckenham. Acton, Crouch Knd v. Spencer. Sheerness, Royal Navy y. Army • Wan stead Park, West Ham v. Great Western Rly. Ilford, Ilford v. Nomads. Dulwich, Battersea Polytechnic v. Old Lancastrians. Br
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
INTERNATIONAL RUGBY

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY

ENGLAND’S MATCH WITH WALES.
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AYRES’ CRICKET COMPANION.

AYRES’ CRICKET COMPANION.

A neat little book, full of interesting notes and statistics indispensable to the cricket enthusiast, has recently been published by Messrs. F. H. Ayres, under the title of Ayres’ Cricket Companion.” All the. usual records—Test and county matches, meritorious performances, avera
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LINGFIELD PARK RACES.

LINGFIELD PARK RACES.

SELECTIONS FOR TO-MORROW. I.IS.—BLINDLEY HEATH SELLING HURDLE. CHEVALIER.— Observer, Town Topics. . . COUNTERSHAFT.— Observer, 2nd, Sunday Chronicle, The Umpire, Racine World. Winning Post. JlONDAlN.—Licensed Victuallers Gatette. L4S.—STAYERS’ HURDLE. MABTTA —Haem? World, Observ
10 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England