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GOVERNMENT’S EDUCATION

GOVERNMENT’S EDUCATION

PLANS.
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
*• TRYING TO COUNT SHEEP.”

*• TRYING TO COUNT SHEEP.”

Raring that bad been trying to count shaep and couldn't manage it North Wingfield farmer entered plea of ‘being excited" when he appeared Chesterfield on Saturday on charge being druolc. “Drink ha* apparently been your downfall." commented Mr. C. I*. Markham. You will drink your
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WOULD HAVE TICKLED HIM UP.

WOULD HAVE TICKLED HIM UP.

"It was daylight, and I could have shot him beautifully only my amoiaßition happened to bs in my eoo'a room," said Mr. Arthur Borne, London merchant, describing at Marylebone on Saturday bow he chased Charles Gardner, 23. and him disappear over the garden wall. The magistrate -t
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
shirr, 236 and 97. IMrbyrhirr won by &5 ruw.

shirr, 236 and 97. IMrbyrhirr won by &5 ruw.

shirr, and 97. won by &5 ruw. A motor breakdown was responsible on Saturday for delaying the Leicestershire team, play in their mutch with Derbyshire started lato at Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Leicestershire, who made four changes, won the toss, and batted on a good, sound wicket. Whiteh
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PARADES AT BULWCLL.

PARADES AT BULWCLL.

Member* of the District Section of the National Union of Kailwaymen paraded the principal street* o» the suburb yesterday aftemoop. and. headed the Bentwood Colliery Prise Band, proceeded Hall Park. National Reservists paraded to St. Mary’s Church. Bnlwell. yesterday 'moming, fi
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Sensational Crime at Oldham.

Sensational Crime at Oldham.

sensation was caused in Oldham yeterday [by the discovery that Mr, D. W. Bardsley, aged 54, tradesman cany ing the businesis of a bookseller and stationer near tlie Town Hall, had been murdered. Early yesterday morning a policeman found ;Mr. Bardsley with his head battered in, a
28 July 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
At Guildford on Saturday. Lord Strachie paid ho believed the real solution the housing difficulty in the country was- Government

At Guildford on Saturday. Lord Strachie paid ho believed the real solution the housing difficulty in the country was- Government

grantfl in aid to local authorities.
28 July 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MOON CHANNELS AUGUST. Moon 12.58 p.m. TIDE TABLE BARNSTAPLE BAY. Mom. After. Monday, July 28 11.51 12.28 Tuesday, July 29

MOON CHANNELS AUGUST. Moon 12.58 p.m. TIDE TABLE BARNSTAPLE BAY. Mom. After. Monday, July 28 11.51 12.28 Tuesday, July 29

I. 6 1.49 "Wednesday, Jot? 30 2.29 3. 9 Thursday, July 31 5.47 4.22 Friday, Aug. 1 4.54 5.20 Saturday. Aug. 2 5.49 6.12 Sunday, Aug;. 3 6.41 7. O Monday, Aug 4 7.27 7.42 BIDEFORD. Monday. July 28 12. 4 12.41 Tuesday. July 29 1.19 2. 2 Wednesday, July 3o 2.42 3.22 Thursday, July
28 July 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CHURCH NEWS.

CHURCH NEWS.

CATHEDBAI, SERVICES DAT. 901. Morning Service ■ fkJ** ( ••Let us E* Sermon: Tire Rev. Canon Hvnins: 447. at*- Richardson, M• H . Anthem 881 Evening .l-VKj, » (Bennett). •' Whosoever
28 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONEY MARKET

MONEY MARKET

BANK RATES. Per Cent. Fixed. LONDON' 4% April PARIS October 1912 BERLIN 6 November 1912 LONDON Saturday Money was in fair demand, and owing to further operations connection with the making-op the monthly balance-sheets by the ' joint stock banks the market supplies of cash were
28 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England