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WOMAN ILL TWELVE YEARS

WOMAN ILL TWELVE YEARS

Wants Otter Women to Know How She Was Finally Restored to Health. " I think woman naturally dislikes to make her troubles known to the public* but complete restorahealth means to me that 1 from tell-9 lor the sake er suffering had been ill twelve years, eleven docnad dragging bi
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PROPAGATION OF PINKS.

THE PROPAGATION OF PINKS.

But old clumps will not last for ever, and must .young stock to take their places. The stems of the pinks are rather thin—too thin for us to layer them easily, do with the stouter carnations. Happily, however, they root freely from cuttings, which border carnations cot do. So no
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DETECTIVE TRIES TO MURDER A BANKER'S

DETECTIVE TRIES TO MURDER A BANKER'S

A Parisian detective named Maurice has tried strangle Mme. Roudier, wife of a banker, with view robbing her. A yoar ago the detective made investigation flv tho Roudier family concerning the disappearance m Mme. Roudicr's niece. The other day he called at the house while Mme. Ro
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FASHION'S LURE

FASHION'S LURE

The so-called "silly season," in which the seaserpent rears head and the big gooseberry ripens, not supposed to begin until the Law Courts rise; but it appears have arrived earlier than usual this summer. Already " silly season " correspondence is in full swing in the London new
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LIKE THE VICAR'S RING.

LIKE THE VICAR'S RING.

The Rev. C. Digby Seymour, Vicar St. Jude's, Newcastle, has completed 21 years* service as vicar of that Looking back on his experiences, Mr. Seymour told of one bridegroom who couldn't find the wedding ring at the right moment There was a frantic searching through pockets witho
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EARLY DAYR OF " R. L. 8."

THE EARLY DAYR OF " R. L. 8."

THE EARLY DAYR " R. 8." The death of Robert Louis Stevenson's nurse " Cnmmy," recall* incident when art student, afterwards a member of the Royal Scottish Academy, was making a sketch of the picturesque scene. ■■ . Artists do not like spectators while their work is' in progress,
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR SIEVIER PILLORIED.

MR SIEVIER PILLORIED.

SIEVIER PILLORIED. '•CLEANSER AUGEAN C STABLES." «u another reason for these attacks. It waa sworn Mr. Wootton and not denied that Mr. himself was once warned off the Turf. This cleanser of the Augean stables, this vindicator the morality of the Turf, the roan who dare not go int
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX ARSON CASE. LABOURER CHARGED WITH FIRING A HAYSTACK.

HALIFAX ARSON CASE. LABOURER CHARGED WITH FIRING A HAYSTACK.

HALIFAX ARSON CASE. LABOURER CHARGED WITH FIRING HAYSTACK. Abraham Lumb (50), farm labourer, Btainland, was brought up at Halifax West Riding Police Court to-day, on a charge of wilfully setting fire a haystack, the property of John Sykes, butcher and farmer. Barkisland, and doin
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OUR AEROPLANE

OUR AEROPLANE

FLIGHT. Mr. Blackburn landed 6.16, making a fine descent. Crowd gave him great reception.- Time occupied trip High winds encountered all Papers were immediately distributed, and there was great demand for souvenirs of flight crowd.
23 July 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IF YOU BUY A WEEKLY PAPER. YOU MAY AS WELL

IF YOU BUY A WEEKLY PAPER. YOU MAY AS WELL

HAVE THE BEST.
23 July 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England