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FOBTON PARISH HALL SCHEME.

FOBTON PARISH HALL SCHEME.

At meeting of tho Forton Parish Church Council on Friday evening, mention was made of the question the new Parish Hall. It was stated that the Admiralty were willing to let suitable piece of their land not far from St. John's Chnrrh on the opposite side of the road, for per annn
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PBOPOSED NEW PIBISH. THE FCTT7BE OF CHRIST CHURCH.

PBOPOSED NEW PIBISH. THE FCTT7BE OF CHRIST CHURCH.

PBOPOSED NEW PIBISH. THE OF CHRIST CHURCH. luere was full and representative gathering of member* the congregation of Christ Church, Gosport, the Church Institute, iu Avenue-road, Monday evening, when the mailer forming the Ganst Church district into separate parish was discussed
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE WEEK’S SPORT

THE WEEK’S SPORT

STRUGGLES IN THE LEAGUE.
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
POSPET LOSE IT BEADING.

POSPET LOSE IT BEADING.

Tbe result* of games plajed Saturday tbo fifoniberu did not afiect tbe aspect tbe competition to any material extent, and tbo chanocj are all in favour of Park Rangers oa.c more carrying off tbo championship. Despite the advantage of playing at borne. Crystal Palace could only d
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DOCKYARD WORKERS.

DOCKYARD WORKERS.

THEIS IDEAL AT PORTOXOFTB.
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EXTREMISTS IT WORK.

EXTREMISTS IT WORK.

Is there not some danger of the British people making themaelves ridiculous over Naval ratio*? Germany ha* held out ♦.he olive branch consenting British per cent, superiority over her fleet, but the extremists this country ars already work either questioning Germany’s good faith
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CHARTA.

CHARTA.

THE 1913 EDITION. -i loyal appeal fbo« tie The followUl i» Ike l ' S** nt ‘A* * tmoi li th. Chert, .bout u, be i»»ued.— I. ir —la respectfully wliciting your .t--teutioa to the followiug diudrutHtce under which the petty ofccer. and men the Bot.l Nary still labour. »pec‘»l empha
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CAPTURE OP CARTON AIR TAIH

CAPTURE OP CARTON AIR TAIH

CAPTURE CARTON AIR There ate few Xaral veteran, ia Portamouth who can apia a more intereatiag ■‘yarn” than Mr. Edward Marsh, for he can relate exciting experieerew not only connection with hard fighting nt sea and akore, but a!»o with variant other thinga connected with the wan o
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
niE GREAT STORM

niE GREAT STORM

GREAT STORM a'Ur* of th* Crimean campaign, will remember the great gale in Balaclava Bay Voremlwr 14th. The wa* in the Bar landing troop* and proviaioaa. loet our ma«tf. bowsprit and rudder, said Mr. Marsh, and the upwr deck guns had to be thrown overboard «o furious wa« the gale
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NO BOOM FOB SENTIMENT.

NO BOOM FOB SENTIMENT.

Th?re no room in the wor- of the Navy for sentimental regret. If there were, says the Pall Mall Gaaette,” might very well lament the decision to use the Renown a target. She ia probably the comelieet ironclad ever built, with her graceful lines, her suggestion lightness, and her
14 February 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England