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DUBLIN OUTLOOK.

DUBLIN OUTLOOK.

CONFERENCE ADJOURNED FOR A WEEK. THE STUMBLING-BLOCK. STRIKERS DEMAND THEIR FULL RE INSTATEMEXT. h* fori una for Dublin that result hv yet. emerged from il»e conference, and that Monday night it- adjourned for a week. Tho would to lie question the reirrenatem*:it of all the U|M>
10 September 1913 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
JACK JOHNSON INJURED IN MOTOR ACCIDENT.

JACK JOHNSON INJURED IN MOTOR ACCIDENT.

POLICE-COURT SEQUEL. Jack .Tnhnson was injured on Wednesday night in Loudon itarouKU a collision between molar car and taxicah. His wife and two otber peraens were uninjured. There waa a sequel Westminster Policecourt on Wedneaday, when Frederick Starling, driver of the taxi cab
10 September 1913 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THIS WEEK'S COMPETITION.

THIS WEEK'S COMPETITION.

Here is a novel competition which hope will favour with oiu* read. and provide -copo lor their sense hltTn.nij. We invito th«»in to draw a map of imaginary i land .-ome fain nil ri'.~ein!)ljnci' human lace, and to invent suitable name-, (or various cajies, river.-, mountains. to
10 September 1913 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. EMPIRE, VlC mwro° OMS ' Dtrecr,or Mr. O. POULE. DURING THIS WEKK. 7.0. TWICE NIGHTLY. 9.0. MATIN LIS

PUBLIC NOTICES. EMPIRE, VlC mwro° OMS ' Dtrecr,or Mr. O. POULE. DURING THIS WEKK. 7.0. TWICE NIGHTLY. 9.0. MATIN LIS

SATURDAY AT THREE O'CLOCK. Starring Engagement o( ZAS.rtA, Society Athletes, in Magn POOLE'S PERFECT PICTURES. GRACIE HUNT. Comedienne. IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA, L'ndcr the* Direction of Mr. A. T. Sinn*. Popular Prices, la, Jd, 6d, 3d (limited). Children in arin* not admitted. YEOVIL
10 September 1913 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
FREE OFFER TO LADIES. PROVE THE ELLIS'S PILLS FOR FEMALES, - VILL SEND A FREE TRIAL PACKET POST PAID, Prepared

FREE OFFER TO LADIES. PROVE THE ELLIS'S PILLS FOR FEMALES, - VILL SEND A FREE TRIAL PACKET POST PAID, Prepared

from the original recipe at Celraraud Nam, and never regularity and correcting all disorder*. safe, certain, and speedy pill that never disappoint*. Thousands letters tnanks, testifying their effloacy after all ether thing* have been tried in vain. Each purchaser seode hack test
10 September 1913 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
The allotments at Hampton have been overrun by rabbits. Say penny " Rico," please. An exhibition of pets at Clacton

The allotments at Hampton have been overrun by rabbits. Say penny " Rico," please. An exhibition of pets at Clacton

ranged a donkey to toad. The toad got prize. « BERMAUNE, BEST BROWN BREAD. ti? S^ as „ , tho merry doctor in "General John has made it his summer business to draw tourists across St George's Channel, says a writer the popularitv of Ireland a holiday resort. LOI N ® w lands has o
12 September 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BURNED BY METAL.

BURNED BY METAL.

Doctor's Refusal to Give Evidence. The refusal of a doctor to give evidence unless he was subpoenaed, resulted in the adjournment of an inquest at Middlesbrough. The medical man took this course while the oath was being administered to him, stating that patient was waiting to be
12 September 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOPICS OF THE DAY.

TOPICS OF THE DAY.

'No Basis. The irreducible minimum of Home Rule lis a Parliament in Dublin, and Irish Executive responsible to it. That the Unionists will not discuss. There seems, therefore, no basis on which to confer. But the Government, are sure, would put no difficulty in the way of an att
12 September 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG DUNDEE SEAMAN

YOUNG DUNDEE SEAMAN

5 TWO V men V«, s breakiD at ti r ° h Ri<li "S Polic ®. 't?"»ro„ * ll Pij, '.'» hl, , thls morning, and youths, 4f tiii 'jaKr,° orna^or ' London; lHa» soil' rer ' London; and Dundee, were *< '( a e e a having broken '^. ' r bor „L' Side bathers V S, and stole a quan- lcr. 1 ' an
12 September 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MAN CUTS HIS THROAT WITH ROZOR.

MAN CUTS HIS THROAT WITH ROZOR.

f ici^ Q \ Se Into River. in j ' st unsound mind at Huntingd ° n AKK° amed Frank • h Abbots, who, after r . threw himself b» Archer may have v v. bis brother oom~ 13 throat six months
12 September 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland