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answers to correspondents W. C. —Waif S'* **• M. —The Angel Man has won five of its last six all

answers to correspondents W. C. —Waif S'* **• M. —The Angel Man has won five of its last six all

five furlongs. D G—From Skegness to Mablethorpe, through Alford, Beesby, and Maltby, about 22 miles. L.K W B —You leave Walsall (L.y.W.8.) 9.50 .Sunday morning sod reach Nottingham (M.B 3.15 p.m. Ove.—lf no demand has been made for six years you can repudiate the claim every eha
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TO BE LET. BjS. A 'agSiiSi ’-“ "'sLt, ROAD (56). Bui well. o»piUl Shop, plate•®®d dw«U«« •coonuaodfltion, 6s. 3d.— gtM-pTiey

TO BE LET. BjS. A 'agSiiSi ’-“ "'sLt, ROAD (56). Bui well. o»piUl Shop, plate•®®d dw«U«« •coonuaodfltion, 6s. 3d.— gtM-pTiey

Sayaat. y»wrmat«« Bastord; Solechop witli liTinfr ftcoom*noa'»non. food oponiaf for fiwngrocer dairy- throngtwut, B«.—HTkwr, Pariiaci«ct-idrc<t. ttATR; large lock-up Shop, two £so, Pafll>a>ent-Btreet. :■. . ■ « LAS HILL SCAD (96), Wood Ik, rough-road end; plate- S**?! frontage,
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
I - . _ v I. T *. The morning quickly for busy mothers, yet a little light Com Flour

I - . _ v I. T *. The morning quickly for busy mothers, yet a little light Com Flour

cookery is pleasing interlude in the household round. And the children do enjoy the custard and fruit dishes, natural fruit jellies, simple trifle, etc., so quickly made with Brown Poison's Corn Flour. There can be a change for each day, and the recipes in every packet are so ea
28 July 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THIS YEAR'S STRAWBERRY CROP

THIS YEAR'S STRAWBERRY CROP

NOT UP TO EXPECTATIONS. Tho present season is as disappointing as toe last. will remembered that the 1912 crop was a very light one owing to the cold, wet weather. This season's crop, owing the long spel! of dry weather, has turnod out to bo an exceptionally poor one. Supplies a
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Royal Aero Club has accorded official recognition to the following British heignt records : —Mr H. G. Hawker and

The Royal Aero Club has accorded official recognition to the following British heignt records : —Mr H. G. Hawker and

passenger cn Sopwith biplane at Brooklands on June 10, 12.900 feat, and Mr H. G. Hawker and two passengers a Sopwith biplane at the same date, 10,600 feet.
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PREPARING TO TAKE OVER ULSTER.

PREPARING TO TAKE OVER ULSTER.

SIR E. CARSON'S CHALLENGE. Sir Edward Carbon, addressing 20,000 people at Belfast on Saturday, expressed the opinion that there would no general election before the Home Rule Bill was presented to the King. hoped in September to call together the whole of the Ulster Council, and
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EARTHQUAKE IN JAMAICA.

EARTHQUAKE IN JAMAICA.

Jamaica, Friday. The most 6evere earthquake since the disaster of January 14, 190?, was experienced over Jamaioa to-day. There was much alarm, but no serious damage was done. —"Tiirx*," per Pre* Association
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OLDHAM TRADESMAN MURDERED.

OLDHAM TRADESMAN MURDERED.

YOUTH S PECULIAR STORY A sensation was enured in Oldham yesterday morning the discovery that D. W. aged 54. tradesman, carrying the business of bookseller and stationer near the Town Hall, had been murdered. Mr tenanted a look-up shop in Yorkshire Street, ana was an lyiinarried
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CALEDONIAN CANAL FINANCES.

CALEDONIAN CANAL FINANCES.

The report of the Commissioners the Caledonian Canal for the year April last wo issued Saturday. The Commiasionere regret that the results are not so satisfactory as in previous years. The account* show a decrease in the receipts amounting £1209 18s 4d. The falling off mainly du
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DRAUGHTS.

DRAUGHTS.

Aberdeenshire Cup—The final - for the Aberdeenshire Cup was played at Inverurie on Saturday. Tho contestants were—Mr Mitchell. Aberdeen (the present holder), and Mr Mitchell, Keig. Play started in the forenoon, and six games in ell were oontested. All the games resulted in draws
28 July 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland