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DEATH OF Mt SAUER.

DEATH OF Mt SAUER.

A Reuter te!egrani frnm Pretoria nnnnunees that Mr. Bauer, Minister et Justice and Native Affairs, died this morning. KILLED AT A LEVEL CROSSING. Herbert Malephant. aged 17, of Bagean, near Briton Ferry, was knocked down and killed by a railway engine at a level crossing near hi
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
4 CETYLLNE Welding.—The new prores. for repair. ing (Tacks irr boiler., tanka, motor e)linders, cast, ingot, &e.. also cutting up

4 CETYLLNE Welding.—The new prores. for repair. ing (Tacks irr boiler., tanka, motor e)linders, cast, ingot, &e.. also cutting up

&diem kc.—Davies. 2, Church-at.. Stoke. cf:ROGRAPTIB. Force PURIM, Pulaometera. Cran Wine.hes, Whitewash Machines; Bale or Hire.— ItrawAtaws. etoke. B " ---- OILERS (50) and kinebleerY ,, gond). second.band.— John Stringer and Son (D . 5). Blackburn. FOB Sale. Several Pairs Came
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LATEST SPORTING.

LATEST SPORTING.

4 35.—Bettan2: 6 to 4 ap.t fits[. 10 to 1 Introod. 4 to 1 third. LATEST CRICKET, Lane ezietre. 1)8 wicke:s. Killrlle.e7e. 16 for thee. 61cLet, test:, 299 to,. lilies wickets. \Vermeer, .?21 :'or eight wicket:, 'Notts, all out.
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
A Good Price even for Hoasek InArdineata. kntigne Stock.in.Trad, —Lou:a Taylor Eutherland Chr.mners. BT ulll t 'or 6po — tCalt

A Good Price even for Hoasek InArdineata. kntigne Stock.in.Trad, —Lou:a Taylor Eutherland Chr.mners. BT ulll t 'or 6po — tCalt

--- .; —Write Norman Bate.. thi FOR All Kind, of BORINCe, EXC AVAT ION& 8.. TIIT3 en. A CETIN VET. JOiNetil OLD Artificial Teeth, Old_ Gii; utzno6t value Riven.—Lt. ii maws Colleeted. — Detta ut t settlement.—Heap 11 SILVER Tea Set Wanted, and all riebt.—Partlculara Id Branch, M
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Mitif'ELLANEI

Mitif'ELLANEI

Cal! Potato Ranges. Carol deafens. 26 years' prac.:lA Victoria MIA. Hollins-rd.. ORMPots! and Cook sarlety of Ranges, Potato Nlahhott and (b.. Ltd Po , a, ORR ATLD from:al Spout.. Galvanised TAG. a Goildera' Ironwork. Wire sel per roll Jam s ,ummerhill Wolverhampton. GALVANISED
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
VlTHROES.—Slivered Plates. bevelled and plain. for ILL Overmantel• and all Cabinet Rork; pekes on applkation. state sizes required.—Sadlers, Ltd.. Hanky.

VlTHROES.—Slivered Plates. bevelled and plain. for ILL Overmantel• and all Cabinet Rork; pekes on applkation. state sizes required.—Sadlers, Ltd.. Hanky.

ON Sale, Bedroom Suite: containing set drawers with mirror. wrgistand with marble slab, chairs; also Child's Push Chair and Pair of Tohaceo Beam Scales, equal to new.—J. Tams, Tobacconist. 60. Anebor.rd., Longton. PERAMBULATOR, sunis perior make and P ERAMBU LATOR , swelled , 44
24 July 1913 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MUSICAL SUCCESS.

MUSICAL SUCCESS.

At the recent examination in Music, held by the London College of (President the Duke of Leeds), examiner. Henry Weston, Mus. Baa, A.R.C.M., Miss Dorothy Partington was again successfj, in obtaining the h'gher Diploma the lege, namely the Diploma of Licentiate, I entitles her to
24 July 1913 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
LELANT BAND CONTEST.

LELANT BAND CONTEST.

Great interest is being shown the County Band Contest to b3 held Trevethoc Park Saturday, August 30!h. Air. Edward Mitchell, one of the trustees of the bind, presided over a largely attended meeting on Tuesday evening in the bandroom. Mr. W. J. Taylor slated that, the G.\\ M. wo
24 July 1913 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
NINE FEET GIANT.

NINE FEET GIANT.

the triumph of a medical museum in the number shudders it produces, the best display in London at the present time is that which has just been thrown open for three weeks only scientific visitors of the Royal College of Surgeons. The very newness of the collection causes an addi
24 July 1913 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CONNOR DOWNS.

CONNOR DOWNS.

Connor Down cricketers journeyed to Camborne o?, Saturday, where they played Camborne Wesley. T Downs came off victorious by runs. Scores: Camborne Wesley, 86 runs: Connor Downs, Tie hay harvest in the hour hood is almiost over. formers had a very good crop, and the weather fine
24 July 1913 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England