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PORTSMOUTH DIVORCE FAITHLESS WIFE ANB COBPOBAL.

PORTSMOUTH DIVORCE FAITHLESS WIFE ANB COBPOBAL.

In the Divorce Court Saturday Sir S. Evans had before bim the petition James Mnrgatroyd Caunt, house-painter living at Bridge-avenue, Totley, for the dissolution of his marriage with Sarah Caunt ca the ground of her misconduct with George Sowdcn, corporal in the Army, now said b
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ITTLE SUITS

ITTLE SUITS

FOR ITTLE PEOPLE ITTLE^PRICE BAQL.EY Bf TMB MELIABLE OUTFITTEII, fig, COMMERCIAL) ROAD, LANBPOBT, PORTIMBBTH. |suilis|irMStWrt POKTiSUOCXH. JULY 1«, 1911. NOTES OF THE WEEK*.
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE MEXICAN EAGLE COMPABT. which had the aubjact »»»J iuiauataoM. Tha Adainlty coaaidaad it iadupewibia for the •olutionot oil supply

THE MEXICAN EAGLE COMPABT. which had the aubjact »»»J iuiauataoM. Tha Adainlty coaaidaad it iadupewibia for the •olutionot oil supply

to as a eootract for a portion a comparatively aaall but .till aobataatial portion the oil supply J*h the Mexican Eagla Company, which directed land Cowdray. and with which lord Murray was connected. (Unghter and chars.) Tho contract, was advised, was ext.eaely advantafans to th
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DAMAGED RAILWAY CORRIDOR. CHARGE AGAINST MILITANTS.

DAMAGED RAILWAY CORRIDOR. CHARGE AGAINST MILITANTS.

At Manchester on Tuesday G. Bain«. hi* wilt and *on, and Kata Wall work, ware remanded for week on charge of maliciously damaging two carnages the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway setting: tire to them. All defendants are prominently associated With the Aiilitant Suffragist move
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE XING'S GLAD CONSENT.

THE XING'S GLAD CONSENT.

The Court Circular issued on Tuesday sight contained following interesting The King and Queen have received the gratifying intelligence of the betrothal of his Boyal Highness Prince Arthur of Connaught, their Majesties' cousin, her Highness ths Duchess of Fife, their Majesties’
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OBJECTIONS TO SUSSOINS.

OBJECTIONS TO SUSSOINS.

meeting of the Holj Trinity Discussion Society was at the Parish Room. Osborne-road. Fa reham, Tuesday evening. . The Vicar Holy Trinity (the Her. C. L. Arnold. M.A.) presided, and the Rer. W. B. Blackett read paper on Some objections Foreign Missions and how to meet them." Mr.
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SOME EXCELLECT EXHIBITS.

SOME EXCELLECT EXHIBITS.

progress made by the Havant and District Horticultural Society ainoe its inauguration four years ago was demonstrated the exhibition held Wednesday, in the Rectory grounds, which were lent by Canon Scott and Mr. J. H. Sthbbs. The event was well patronised, and the arrangements w
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROUND THE POLICE

ROUND THE POLICE

COURTS. friday.—Before O. H. Dean end J. Dummcr. BETTING LOXTEREBS. Oirinß man named Back Downie, aged jaara. a laboarer, Varblingtoa-atreet. who waa charged with loitering in Stanhopa-road, Landport, aa the Ist inat., lor the purpose of receding kata. P.C. Team aaid kept obrerr
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SHOOTING AT POLICE.

SHOOTING AT POLICE.

INCREASE FITE TEAB& The increasing number of abooting oniragee on the illustrated a retarn published White Paper of each during the five years 19U6-19U. the firet year there were three caeca, <mlj one policeman being injured; in 1909 then were eight, resulting in two killed and
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DOES LUCK WIN BATTLES?

DOES LUCK WIN BATTLES?

GAMBLING FOR CHARITY.
18 July 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England