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STOCKTON GUARDIANS. The Chairman Repudiates Suggestion of WORKHOUSE SCANDAL The R. 4. !sylvan* presided ova the of Stockton Board Guardians,

STOCKTON GUARDIANS. The Chairman Repudiates Suggestion of WORKHOUSE SCANDAL The R. 4. !sylvan* presided ova the of Stockton Board Guardians,

morning, when Mr H. W. Hudson, the oduriou of t h e minutes of the Workboure and Finance Conauntee, pointed out that a Local Got. ertinent Board Inspector, who time ado v.sited the Workhouse, ne..Noinrosucied that three additions. nurses be added to the gat Th. boaster, op:epith
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
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Doctor: "Wadi. Bnjp, did your wife the children the medicine I sent round mina as directed str. - Doctor: "And bow & they seem ibis I" Briggs: al worry bad, sir, but It ain't done LIN! 'sat no '• Hoe did you enjoy thow two weeks ao your farm in the .entry Not as ao I had taproot
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
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The correspondent of the Times deplores the fact that the niajorny no longer ought wl come a manioc to faiillions of Victorian days. In his mainsail Century Herr Otto Vent rates that about 1866 a lady of fashiuitint a dannel potation, an tinder-pettacon and a half yards alas. a
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
tauten to Math.

tauten to Math.

A po,ceasion to Calcutta wee attacked by • gang of native waalgermen, who beat the bridegroom, a vouug to death, because lir Lad laile.l to distribute the oustoeuary wedding baksheesh. O V V Dee Gives Alarm. The peramtent moaning of a dog in house in Brokerthur.st.ro, Croydon, l
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
Worm' Medals.

Worm' Medals.

The Kmg resent medals to mernbem of the &mak Antarctic expedttun. ied by the late Captain Stott. at Buckingham Palace on Pattie/lays It understood that the widows of the explorers who died in the ♦ntasope will attend to rewire the medals awarded to huebands. M , IF V Parachutist
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
BROKEN FIREBRICK 241:4. TO FLNE. OONCRLIE FLAGS AND TO AKOIIITWI OLTAILA. A LARGE SUPI , LI ULU MAL HEADS. CONNO.

BROKEN FIREBRICK 241:4. TO FLNE. OONCRLIE FLAGS AND TO AKOIIITWI OLTAILA. A LARGE SUPI , LI ULU MAL HEADS. CONNO.

LTC. Or LYLLY LIND IL STOCK BOLCKOW, VAUGHAN AND CO., LTD., MIDDLESBROUGH.
23 July 1913 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
MUTINY ON STEAMER.

MUTINY ON STEAMER.

Officer's Life Ssved by a Woman BRAVE DEED New York, Tuesday. The Southern Pacific Company's steamship * Comus," which has arrived at New Orleaus, xeports that during the voyage a mutiny occurred among the Chinese strike-breakers oa board. They were being brought to work the shi
23 July 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Situate Vacant. WORKING HOUSEKEEPER Wanted, for widower with two children ; understand dairy work.—Everson, Alderbeer, Morwenstowe. ANTED, respectable GIRL as

Situate Vacant. WORKING HOUSEKEEPER Wanted, for widower with two children ; understand dairy work.—Everson, Alderbeer, Morwenstowe. ANTED, respectable GIRL as

* BET W E EN-MAID, age 14 to 17.— Princopal, Adelaide College, Hfraeombe. KITCHEN AID Wanted ; wages £14.— Governor. Shebbear College, Highampton. ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, ™" comfortable home and good wages to •apable girl—Mrs. Vicary, 14, Barnstaplestreet, South Molton. *
23 July 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ANNETTE

ANNETTE

Practical Corsetiere. FIGURES INCLINED TO OBESITY RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. cuicnce street, cheltekbak. A. E. SCOTT, A Pawnbroker & Jeweller, Well Walk, Clarence St., CHELTENHAM. EaT\IiLI3HCD 1844. Money advanced ou .Irvrcllcry. PinnoH, Fu turn, etc. Fire-proof Safes nid Strong
23 July 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
OFF TO THE PLACE OF RIOT.

OFF TO THE PLACE OF RIOT.

OFF THE PLACE OF RIOT. Hongkong, Wednesday.— The British torpedo boat destroyer l ame, with 18 marines aboard, left last night for Canion.—Reuter, MR. SAUER CRITICALLY ILL. Pretoria, Wednesday.—Mr. Sauer ha* had serious relapse. General Botha and General Smuts were sent for and v
23 July 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England