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WED. NEXT. MAY 14th. 7 pm. By order of Mortgagee* acting under full power tala. AND Will «lso SELL AUCTION.

WED. NEXT. MAY 14th. 7 pm. By order of Mortgagee* acting under full power tala. AND Will «lso SELL AUCTION.

Atlhtir Property Sals Rooms, Portsroou b.—The Privato ReMoenoe known HAZELHI’RST." No. _5 .YARBOROUGH ROAD. SOTTHSBA, la the occupation of Mr. Warrr. £75 per annum. And the valuable Fra.bold STABLING. STORES AND LAND aituato in THE RETREAT, SOLTHSKA. Mr. JOHN R. C. MILLER. Solic
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GRIMSBY FISH.

GRIMSBY FISH.

Ooloml L. O. BodMT, Colo—l B. H. MkuTc.B., C.M.0., and Woodbnnt Hnster, • riflar dun* of allagod (nod at tha doaport PoJioe-eonrt am. Friday, wkea Wu. Pia*. balongia* to Onm.by, plMdad failty to obtaiaia* a for 10«. td.br falaa prtUoow, from Walter H. Adana, flu nar£haat. ml Goa
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST'S WORK,

ANALYTICAL CHEMIST'S WORK,

Where did the women get their knowledge of the handling chemicals, Mr. a»ked. It was not known until these documents were seized that they had analytical chemist in their ranks, who, as they knew, wrote a secret letter which the vain folly of Miss Kenney left upon her dressing t
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FURTHER EVIDENCE CALLED.

FURTHER EVIDENCE CALLED.

Bow-street Pol ice-court yesterday Mr. Curtu Bennett proceeded with the hearing of the charge. The first witness called was Mr. iiarray, rate collector to the Hoi bora Bo ough Council, who ffave formal evidence Mrs. Mabel Tnke was the rated occupier Lincoln's Inn House, the rate
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OUTBIDS TK PATIUOS.

OUTBIDS TK PATIUOS.

OUTBIDS PATIUOS. OBSTBCCTIOJnSTS BOUND OVEN. The font women arranted oa Monday o«t--aid. the London Pan touanal meet inn of Women Social and Political were Nariborooeb-atroat on Tnoaday charged with obatrnelion. Defendants, who consented to brand orer, were aelHng Suffragette lit
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BERMUDA RIFLE MEETIHffi.

BERMUDA RIFLE MEETIHffi.

H.M.B. MELPOMENE'S SUCCESS* tbs 26th annual Naval and Military rifle meeting, Bermuda, tbs following wsr* of the principal results:—
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NATAL PLYING WING RESERVE.

NATAL PLYING WING RESERVE.

Mr. Burgoyne asked the First Lord if it was his intention to create a reserve of personnel for the Naval Flying Wing. Dr. Macnamara said the answer was in the affirmative. The matter was now under
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HAMPSHIRE! TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY» MA¥ 9. 1913

HAMPSHIRE! TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY» MA¥ 9. 1913

9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NOTES AND NEWS.

NOTES AND NEWS.

9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DISBATINB PBOBIEXB.

DISBATINB PBOBIEXB.

The first Court-martial Naval petty officer under the new system, which took Slice on the Tictory Portsmouth a few ago, ia hardly likely to make this new order things popular among those chiefly concerned, for the Petty Officer the Venerable, who was convicted being intoxicated
9 May 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England