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FALSE REPORTS ARE CIRCULATED.

FALSE REPORTS ARE CIRCULATED.

c REGARDING C ' ; hoi* V 1 I have the very highest j-'*., that the condition of Q l,ee ".'| '"jr King Manuel's bride, '" l '= ~f groat anxiety a few days •' proved to-day. . , ' e The wild rumours which round about the cause ot malicious inventions. The young Queen is on t .of'
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
REVOLUTION IN NORTHERN MEXICO BROKEN BROKEN.

REVOLUTION IN NORTHERN MEXICO BROKEN BROKEN.

Washington, Tuesday. received from Mexico by the De♦ of State confirm the report of the of the rebels under General Gonzales the Federal troops at Barataran. The Mexican Embassy here has issued a tatement declaring that the revolution in Northern Mexico is broken.
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUBLICATION OF THE PARNELL LETTERS

PUBLICATION OF THE PARNELL LETTERS

WILL CREATE G LIE AT EXCITEMENT. ANXIOUS INQUIRIES BY INTERESTED PEOPLE. Mrs Parnell is getting on well with the work of collating the letters of the late Charles Stewart Parnell, which on completion are to be published in book form. There are in all about 800 letters, and, desp
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEN AND MATTERS.

MEN AND MATTERS.

Teacher—" What the derivation of the word 'lunatic'?" Pupil—"Luna, the moon, and —er —attic, the upper storey." "Is your daughter musical?" "Well," replied Mr Cumrox, "she seems so in conversation, but when she sings opinions differ." " Save me sample of everything the patient t
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOW READY. OIL HANDBOOK (1913 Edition.) present of the Oil Handbook contains particulars of approximately 450 Companies —an increase of

NOW READY. OIL HANDBOOK (1913 Edition.) present of the Oil Handbook contains particulars of approximately 450 Companies —an increase of

about fifty companies as compared with the edition for 1912. A NEW FEATURE. Expressions of Opinions as to the pro«nects companies are given in ca«e of th> undertakings concerning which sufficient material is available to admit reasonable deduction being drawn. Price, net. Post f
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress, 4c. Smart Autumn Slouses COLLECTION of new blouses for Autumn wear is on view to-day at Draffen's, which, for

Dress, 4c. Smart Autumn Slouses COLLECTION of new blouses for Autumn wear is on view to-day at Draffen's, which, for

ity style, colouring, and design is unexcelled •. « sou icre. Most are of delaine, as are the two )' i ustrated. The sketches were made direct .'°t^t^ le m<X ' e^S themselves, and a.re faithful fepre- 397.—Smart Shirt Delaine, with detachable oolla* and bow satin; fastened with
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
'°" c TM~txtt\t'r The New west Entrance 00ni U DEE } for Luncheon and J| UMBRELLAS HQ/11 ECONOMY 1 first

'°" c TM~txtt\t'r The New west Entrance 00ni U DEE } for Luncheon and J| UMBRELLAS HQ/11 ECONOMY 1 first

day of October, and to-day begins 16 . e ,he 1 4th Annual Umbrella Re-Covering Opportunity- iin vice is given as has been appreciated by thousands who aV .jj th , opportunity i n past years , So beginning to-day and continuing day October'we offer to re-cover all Umbrellas, whet
1 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GUY FAWKES DAY AND EARLY CLOSING.

GUY FAWKES DAY AND EARLY CLOSING.

TRADESMEN'S QUANDARY. Trader* who have not yet become fully to the intricacies of the Shops Act may find themaefves sufferers on November sth. A Leeds correspondent, signing himself "Guy Fawkcs," calls attention to the fact that "Bonfire Night" and the general early closing day
1 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
No Rest from Your Nerves.

No Rest from Your Nerves.

An example illustrating how serious Nerve Disorders are cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. " head seemed full buzzing nouses, and the chatter the children almost drove frantic. My nerves were all on edge and like tingling wires. If I tried keep calm my heart began fluttering, an
1 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
RADIUM FOR THE POOR.

RADIUM FOR THE POOR.

So impressed are the Wandsworth and Battersea Board Guardians with the possibilities radium as a for cancer and other diseases that, order to give relief patienta in their own institutions, well the infirmaries of all the Poor Law boards London, they have asked the Local Governm
1 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England