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The Decision.

The Decision.

The defendSßi* *° 'M* ' amoim'- due in the hundred eneca over iieriod .-uverc.l kv the soaunomM. newt were 1U atliiltiou fancd Xu IDs. cost* in respect li of the fom sum- tint «»”> proceeded with. lie chairman reminded tham thnt the total penalty lor winch were lioWo £2JX*K li'H
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ppngmTZ COAL MINING.

ppngmTZ COAL MINING.

fe__i provimt* abundant. Har* CoB«l Chungking hina), and oftte oonl la vary near the aurtoca « eas.lv worked The methods employed, however, aremoetprirnitive, and. .I.hougl, .he cost labour fa cacaadiligly I"- ,l *e present mod. ol eapensne. 'l 1., one! now rained in the provinc
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THIRSTY GARDENS. Abnormal Increase in Mansfield Water

THIRSTY GARDENS. Abnormal Increase in Mansfield Water

Consumption.
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MUNICIPAL TRADING PROFITS.

MUNICIPAL TRADING PROFITS.

A meeting of the. Mansfield Town Council was held last night, under the presidency of the Mayor (Mr. 7. I*. Houfton). In proiw.iiug the adoption of the Uas Commit- tee’s minutes, the chairman (Mr. bmith) said the committee had decided pay over the sum .1:1,500 to the relief of t
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GREAT FOREST FIRE.

GREAT FOREST FIRE.

An extensive forest fire has broken out Emza, iwiys an Ardiangel (Kussim) message. Fifty-four thousand acres arc now Troop* are combatting the flame*.
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SAND-FLY FEVER RESEARCH WORK IN

SAND-FLY FEVER RESEARCH WORK IN

■ALTA. The trustee* of the Beit Memorial Fellowships, the advice of the Advisory Board, ha\e derided to assist further research as to the nature the virus of sand-fly fever, a disease which is the cause of much sickness the ships the Mediterranean Squadron and among the troops s
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
“ROSE BAY” FOR MANSFIELD.

“ROSE BAY” FOR MANSFIELD.

As the'result of a meeting held Mansfield, over which the Mayor 'Mr. J. I’. Houfton) presided, it has been derided to hold a rose day. for the purpose of raising a fund for the assistance of cripples. August 16th is the probable date. It hoped that as the outcome this movement.
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THREATENED HIS AGED MOTHER.

THREATENED HIS AGED MOTHER.

Charged with using threats towards his mot her, Sarah Oakton. aged 79, widow, Kgginton. John Oakton, labourer, of Bggmton, wa* the Derby Countv Polire Court yesterday ordered pay the costs, damage a door, and was bound over to keep the peace for six months. Complainant said she
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE SHOW'S SUCCESS.

LINCOLNSHIRE SHOW'S SUCCESS.

The judging of hackneys was proceeded with at the Lincolnshire Show yesterday, the third day, when the reduced admission fee brought very large influx farm hands from all over the county. The total attendance for the three days was officiallv announced 29,231. and the total rece
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
AT THE PICNIC GROUNDS.

AT THE PICNIC GROUNDS.

I liiwl me out to the iiiinie pork with heart aa blithe a. a gladsome lark hut it turned lead and thought, grew dark the stene before me: when I saw the bottles and cans and l«nw. 1 cried. the beard the great Jim Jones, this here is the spot where the big cyclones must finish th
19 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England