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Brilliant Veterans.

Brilliant Veterans.

Then came the real brilliance, the glorious ability or the veterans to shut their eyes to uncomfortable facts and retrieve their position. Roper Barrett was a. genius, and Dixon took a leaf from his partner’s book and showed his most stylish play. Three points went to the Britis
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mishap to Meeting House.

Mishap to Meeting House.

Joyner is now left with Harmonicon and Meeting House, pair of useful animals that have been the recipients of excellent preparations. On Saturday they commenced to do good six furlongs gallop, but after about five furlongs had been covered. Meeting House unfortunately broke a bl
28 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

MANCHESTER TRADE. Saturday.—lt cannot said the market here materially altered. f ™ u the same yesterday's. Ootton is 1 w! JP. but there is life in the market Thtinviation bright weather and the holiday season Strlct trade yarns and cloth nm, L FIELDS, Saturday.—Trade slow. Engli
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LAST SHOT DECIDES KING'S PRIZE,

LAST SHOT DECIDES KING'S PRIZE,

WHICH IS WON BY CANADIAN. OMMUNDSEN FAILS TO STAND THE STRAIN. Bisley Camp, Saturday. For the second time in three years the King's Prize has gone to Canada, Private . Hawkins, of the Toronto Highlanders, winning this afternoon with his last shot. The result came as something ot
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ATTEMPT TO VISIT ASQUITH

ATTEMPT TO VISIT ASQUITH

ENDS IN ARREST OF SUFFRAGETTES. WILD SCENES IN LONDON STREETS. Suffragette demonstration held in Trafalgar Square, London, yesterday, at which about 20.0 CC people were present, culminated in an attempt visit Downing Street to present to the Prime Minister some petitions and the
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCHOOL MEDICAL INSPECTION IN WEMYSS DISTRICT.

SCHOOL MEDICAL INSPECTION IN WEMYSS DISTRICT.

SCHOOL MEDICAL INSPECTION WEMYSS DISTRICT. Kirkcaldy District Committee had brought before their notice on Saturday the desire on the part of the Fife and Kinross Medical Inspection Committee for the appointment of an additional nurse or nurses in connection with school medical i
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mackintosh's Toffee T.tixe —The Holiday Toffee. d it proved quite the tit-bit the* day s proceedings. Two rounds were played

Mackintosh's Toffee T.tixe —The Holiday Toffee. d it proved quite the tit-bit the* day s proceedings. Two rounds were played

with the following results: Kirkaldy. 555534454—40. 445354443—36—76. Auchterlonie. 554436546—42. 544434555-39—81. record is therefore 76 for 18 holes. the keystone of newtyle's prospebity. The adjournment from th<> blaze of sunshine to the cool of the marquee was a welcome chang
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

LANCASHIRE GET A SURPRISE. HEAVY HITTING AT LEYTON. , Saturday provided some capital cricket in England, and in two cases surprise results were recorded. A miracle happened at Leyton, where Hants requiring 131 runs to avert a single innings defeat with only five wickets to fall,
28 July 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TM. Natal. £27. , WEEMS Akply 25. Leacklabsaetreet. BIBBY L_ ITEA SA IMO tortaishVy FM A . 1101MAII – Bthby rina.

TM. Natal. £27. , WEEMS Akply 25. Leacklabsaetreet. BIBBY L_ ITEA SA IMO tortaishVy FM A . 1101MAII – Bthby rina.

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28 July 1913 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN RAILWAYS IRREGULAR. RISE IN MEXICAN ISSUES.

FOREIGN RAILWAYS IRREGULAR. RISE IN MEXICAN ISSUES.

The American market was exceedingly quiet, and after a fairly firm opening, in sympathy with the tone in Wall-street yeAerday, prices weakened towards the close. On balance, however, the changes to note are usually favourable, and the outstanding feature has been tlme further ad
28 July 1913 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England