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T A FLIGHT POSTPONED.

T A FLIGHT POSTPONED.

A FLIGHT POSTPONED. Davies three other officers of tbs Royal Urine Coens, who wave to flown from Stranraer to Newcastle, county Down, om Saturday. woe obliged owing to wnfaveoroble weather to postpone flight till today. RUSSIAN NAPHTHA SUPPLY GOING. St. I’stsrsburg. Sonday. Tho P
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MTS SHOCKIHO DEATH.

MTS SHOCKIHO DEATH.

At Couledon (Surrey) Saturday afternoon, severv-jeer-old boy.-in attempting climb on the back of passing traction engine, slipped and waa eanght by motor car, the wheals which passed over his head, and killed him.
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SAPPHIRES AS DIAMONDS.

SAPPHIRES AS DIAMONDS.

Police Court Story of San and a Bing. A fine of £1 waa imposed at West Ham Saturday, wheta Arthur Howril, a sign-writer, was charged with giving false name and address when offering ring in pledge. Acoording to Mr. Ralph Attenborough, who prosecuted, the ring was set with wbito
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LAKE CONO TRAGEDY.

LAKE CONO TRAGEDY.

Genoa, Saturday. Hr. Charlton, the American, charged with the murder of his wife on Lake Como 1910. arrived from Naples tfrdgy accompanied the police. He will be taken to Como later for trial.—Reuter. A DRUNKARD MURDERER. Constantinople, Sunday. A stoker named Gibbs, of the stea
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Daring Bluet] ackota.

Daring Bluet] ackota.

It waa soon seen, however, that the building waa doomed, and tha firefightera directed their efforts towards preventing the spread of coo- net done until all hope the which the fire originated waa lost The bluejackets ran in and out of the structure with great daring, but notwit
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CASTLE LIBERALS’ OUTING.

CASTLE LIBERALS’ OUTING.

Oah hundred and fifty eathosiaatfc LibenU, the Cobdm Park Diviwoo the Contte Ward Liberal Aaeociatioo. visited Bfeaahy Saturday afternoon, the ocean on being (be annuel outing of the organisation. Tlte journey, through pleasant country retesUad the previous night# downpour of mi
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TRAIL OF BLOOD

TRAIL OF BLOOD

Followed by Police Over South London Detective-Sergeant Symoods told a remarkable story to the Tower Bridge (London) magistrate on Saturday, when Edwin Tomlin. labourer, charged with breaking into the warehouse of Mewrs. A. Lloyd. Ltd., box manufacturers, of Bermondsey. The offi
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DAILY EXPRESS, MONDAY.

DAILY EXPRESS, MONDAY.

FINAL TRIAL. - Notts. Comity View at Nesdow NOTTS. ALLIANCE. BASgOng UNITED v. MfZLgPTB ATHLETIC. A* Nssfbrd. (or OSes* Lssfus (note Klek-og * Bssford Unftstf (Mtoctsd from): R. KM. W. Hedcfclseea, A. Siem. O. Laos. A. SbeMm. S. Gsdsby. fc. sSrassm, R. H. Oeteer. BHati. H. O. Bi
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Fixtures for the Week and Local

Fixtures for the Week and Local

For to-dsy, the opening day of the English football season, there have been arranged seven First Division, two Second Division, and three Southern League matches. The first match in Nottingham will not be before Wednesday, when the Forest entertain Leicester Fosse, and the Notts
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Fails to Beat His Own Record.

Fails to Beat His Own Record.

Toa» Borrows, the Australian athkte, failed on Saturday evening Earl’s Court finish the task of swinging clubs continuously for bandied hoars. Barrows would have ahpompltsbed his object 11.10 p.m., bat at 8.43 heSollapaed, falling asleep the presence of large crowd. All day Barr
1 September 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England