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FLYING TRAGEDY.

FLYING TRAGEDY.

Aviators’ Bodies Not Yet Recovered. The bodies of the aviators, Mr. Mac Donald and Mr. England, who were drowned in the Thames yesterday, had not been recovered this morning and dragging operations were resumed at an early hour. The victims are Mr. Leslie Macdonald, aged 22, a w
14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A LIVELY ELECTION.

A LIVELY ELECTION.

A Flint message to-day says that lively scenes characterised electioneering in Flint Boroughs last night. A crowd made attempts to break up a meeting held in the open air in support of Welsh Disestablishment and Free Trade, and it is reported that missiles were thrown at the spe
14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
G.N.R. CHIEF ACCOUNTANT.

G.N.R. CHIEF ACCOUNTANT.

understand that. Mr. Robert Rogerson has been appointed chief locomotive accountant in the Great Northern Railway works at Doncaster, in succession to the late Hr. H. Oulpin, who died Monday in Christman week. Mr. Bor was chief clerk to the late accountant. THE SILVER MARKET. LO
14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CURED BY

CURED BY

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14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
L’rgency oi tlie Problem.

L’rgency oi tlie Problem.

L’rgency tlie Problem. National Service." said Si' - John, ahoald non center iious ration of effort both Parties. . ■■ The subject of National Defence is of the j createsi urgency—ihat support lord I Roberts' scheme National Service. which i would prevent invasion impressing fore
14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
,eg»uTf A DRESS SUIT WILL PLACE YOU EASE, Dress Suit will place you at ease in tbe best of company,

,eg»uTf A DRESS SUIT WILL PLACE YOU EASE, Dress Suit will place you at ease in tbe best of company,

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14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD FEVER HOSPITALS.

SHEFFIELD FEVER HOSPITALS.

TO DAY’S BULLETIN, The following bulletin of the condition of the patients in the Sheffield Hospitals for Infectious Diseases was issued this afternoon: I. —Dangerously ill:—24X, 19A, 4S, 26A, 28A. 11. Very i 11:—1575, 29A. 30A. change: 1504, 47. 1389, 32, 1643. 1534. 11, 52, 15
14 January 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
EDUCATIONAL.

EDUCATIONAL.

PHURCHER’S COLLEGE. PETERS U FIELD. Chairman of Governing Body: Th© Right Hon. the Earl of Sclborn©, K.G., P.C., G.C.M.G. Pupils are prepared for th© London Matrifiliation and Ui© Cambridge Local lions. THE NEXT TERM BEGINS JANUARY 21st. For Prospectus, Interviews, and Admission
14 January 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CATIIOLTC jriOlt SCHOOL. CON VENT OF TITK CROSS. GROVE ROAD. SOUTHSEA. ftCHOOJ. WILL RE OPEN ON THURSDAY MORNING NEXT, the

CATIIOLTC jriOlt SCHOOL. CON VENT OF TITK CROSS. GROVE ROAD. SOUTHSEA. ftCHOOJ. WILL RE OPEN ON THURSDAY MORNING NEXT, the

16tb mst.. 9.30. ■JORTSMOCTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. THE NEXT TERM will commence ft'ESDAY, JANUARY 21st, at 9 o’clock. For prospectus and all particnlam write to Mr. S. Hudson. Clerk to the Governors, the Srar.nnar .School.
14 January 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
COAL! COAL! COAL! BEST HUCKNALL NUTS. 25/- per ton (An Ideal Coal for Larbert P.aoces, Bootless). BEST DERBY BRIGHTS. 27/-

COAL! COAL! COAL! BEST HUCKNALL NUTS. 25/- per ton (An Ideal Coal for Larbert P.aoces, Bootless). BEST DERBY BRIGHTS. 27/-

per ton. (Tor Open Grates). Bole Agent for Portsmouth and Distrloti J. B. SMITH, Coal Merchant Head Offloe; 25. ORCHARD RD., SOCTHSEA; A RAILWAY STATIONS, GOSPORT FaliLUAi!. A Trial Order Solicited,
14 January 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England