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2 September 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
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2 September 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
LOCH LINE AUSTRALIA. Pat. to ADELAIDE. S.A. (Wharft A Isa)...6th Sept ELEOU EN CV. (Inero A immure (04)...601 ST DEE

LOCH LINE AUSTRALIA. Pat. to ADELAIDE. S.A. (Wharft A Isa)...6th Sept ELEOU EN CV. (Inero A immure (04)...601 ST DEE

T. (aa)...Bth Sept NEWCASTLE, N.&W Early. HOBART LAUNCESTON, _Early SPLENDID SALOON A 00011 'IODATION FOR PASSENGERS. Passengers Booked at Through Rate* to all Colonial Porn. LONDON TO RONART. T., CORINTHIC WC). 11th sept LONDON TO T.....5TW1N8 Early !or Freight or Piano apply t
2 September 1913 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MANY INJURED.

MANY INJURED.

BARONET DRAGGED FROM WRECKED CARRIAGE. appalling disaster has occurred to day on the Midland Railway at Aisgill, between Hawes Junction and Kirkby Stephen. The number of killed is stated officially to be nine, and the injured ten, but the latest Information is that thirteen bodi
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STORY OF THE ACCIDENT

STORY OF THE ACCIDENT

COACHES TELESCOPED AND TRAIN IN FLAMES. The accident occurred between Mallerstang and Aisgill, three miles south of Kirkhy Stephen and two miles north of scene of the disaster of Christmas, 1910. was at 3.5 a.m. that the collision occurred. It appears that the driver of the earl
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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PINNED UNDER WRECKAGE.

PINNED UNDER WRECKAGE.

A gentleman who was travelling the middle the stationary train said that at the time of the disaster the train was standing near a junction. He and a friend who was with him had been asleep, and were awakened by loud shouting and screaming. It was a terrible scene. A number peop
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Übe Mcatber.

Übe Mcatber.

Mcatber. Wretched climatic conditions prevailed in London to-day. Northerly north-easterly winds, light; cool and cloudy, with occasional slight rain, but tending to improve. OffieM forecat! J«r from noon to-day. [Readings from NegretU end Zambra's inatnnnenfs.] Thermometer “P*t.
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
REVERSIONS AND LIFE INTERESTS in landed or landed property PURCHASED or LOANS granted thereon by the EQUITABLE REVERSIONARY INTEREST SOCIETY

REVERSIONS AND LIFE INTERESTS in landed or landed property PURCHASED or LOANS granted thereon by the EQUITABLE REVERSIONARY INTEREST SOCIETY

(Limited),- 10, Lancasterplace, Waterloo Bridge. Strand. Established Capital (paid up) £500,000. Telephone 11,807 Central.
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
f'*OMBDY THEATRE. Panton Street, W. V-* TO NIGHT at 9. THE SCARLET BAND, a Detective Play in Three Acts by

f'*OMBDY THEATRE. Panton Street, W. V-* TO NIGHT at 9. THE SCARLET BAND, a Detective Play in Three Acts by

Charles Emmerson and Robert Baker. Overture at 8 (doors open 8), followed Mr. Archie Naish at the Hano: Mr. Ernest Mills, Art Humorist: Mr. Tom Edwards in Ventriloquist Surgery. MAIINfcIE WEDS, andSA at 2.
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LY CBUM. THE • BEGGAR GIRL’S WEDDING," by WALTER MELVILLE. Original Novel Ploy in 4 Acts, Scenes, produced by Walter

LY CBUM. THE • BEGGAR GIRL’S WEDDING," by WALTER MELVILLE. Original Novel Ploy in 4 Acts, Scenes, produced by Walter

and Fredk. Melville. NIGHTLY at 7.4): Matinee# Wed. and Sat, at 2.3 L Popular Prices, 6d. to ss. Seats booked from la. 6d. Gerr. 75.7-8. TVTEW THEATRE. Telephone 2473 Gerrard. Props., Miss Mary Moore and Sir Charles Wyodham TO-NIGH at 8.30, a new play * acts. Mata. Weds. XHe BIG
2 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England