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STUDYING SLEEPING SICKNESS.

STUDYING SLEEPING SICKNESS.

Surgeon-General Sir David Bruce will lean England on November 1 for the purpose of concluding his sleeping sickness investigations Central Africa. lie will be accompanied by Ladj Bruce, who herself a member of the Com mission, and works daily in the laboratory. Captain Watson, R
1 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ARE YOU. WITHOUT . SERVANT ? I **p«-'cnclne corinc domestic help will find that f mallannouncenjcnt in the," Sheffield LailyTelegraph"

ARE YOU. WITHOUT . SERVANT ? I **p«-'cnclne corinc domestic help will find that f mallannouncenjcnt in the," Sheffield LailyTelegraph"

v/ill prove effectual. Ifitecte<J simyltaneously in.tht “Yorkshire Telegraph ft Star.’ t'u Evenirs Paper jn She’Tield touth Yorkshire, advertisements will le accepted combined rate £/9 for 16 words for three days, which is a reduced scale toe ad* both papers. The?* rapershavea h
1 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
(OPPOSITE ALBERT HALL). £3O „ „ 5/-

(OPPOSITE ALBERT HALL). £3O „ „ 5/-

Wringers ~ !/• „ Meeke’s Limited, The Popular Cash Drapery, Millinery, Clothinp Boot and Furniture firm. 47 to 51. SNIG HILL
1 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON I'HOVJSK NS

LONDON I'HOVJSK NS

LONDON NS Butter fcieacly; Danish. 132“. 154-*. ; riau, iKte. 103 c.; French, U)s. 120-.; Iridic 124-.; Au.-trulian, 100». to 113s. Bacon steady; Jr:.-!i, 525. 075.; 80s. 865.; Uamiduui. 78-. 82--. Hams: lri*-h ; American .-low. Lard steady. L’iicc-e quiet ; Canadian. o4s. to b7a
1 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Town.

Town.

OKS. WEEK, nicely Furnished Residence, 2 sittinjr. bedrooms, etc.—Woodward, Agent. armion-road. O OI'IXEAS week. Family Reoidenee, clr>£« Pal" merston-roacl. 2 reception, 6 bedroome, bath. —Woodward, Agent. Marmion-road. HOI’SE to L-.t tor winter month?, central position: two re
1 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PUBLIC COMPANIES.

PUBLIC COMPANIES.

REPORTS AND DIVIDENDS. COTTON MILL RETURNS. VICTORIA SPINNING COMPANY, ROCHDALE. Interim dividend of la. per share, or 10 per cent, absorbing- £750. KING SPINNING COMPANY, ROYTON. Dividend of the past half-year 3s. per share, or 10 per cent, absorbing £2,400. A. BRIERLEY & SONS,
1 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The coupons and drawn bonds, due 15th October next, of the Piraeus, Athens and Peloponnesus Railway Four-and-a-Half per Cent Bonds,

The coupons and drawn bonds, due 15th October next, of the Piraeus, Athens and Peloponnesus Railway Four-and-a-Half per Cent Bonds,

will be paid on and after that date the office of Messrs. R. Raphael and Sons, Austin Friars House. E.C. The Corporation of Liverpool give notice that tenders will be received at the Bank of England on Tuesday next for corporation bills the amount of £500,000, of which £250,000
1 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STRANGE TRAGEDY.

STRANGE TRAGEDY.

MYSTERY OP SERVANT'S DEATH UNSOLVED. An open verdict was returned at the inquest at Old Trafford yesteuday on Maud Hurst (19), who' was found with her skull fractured on Sunday" morning in the backyard of 455, Stretford-road. -i According to the chief witness, Mrs. Kendall, Miss
1 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PATENT LEATHER MILLINERY.

PATENT LEATHER MILLINERY.

Hats in coloured patent leather are making'a bid for the favour of lady motorists tlris autumn. The ie illustrated at Drury Lane where, one of the scenes in '"Healed Orders," the leading lady appears in a motoring coat of blue cloth matched with a patent leather hat in the same
1 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S NEWS SUMMARISED

TO-DAY'S NEWS SUMMARISED

HOME. SEN ERAL. Fine weather, with easterly winds, is predicted to-day. The King Greece left London yesterday for Athens. It is stated that Sir Rufus Isaacs -vill shortly succeed Lord Alverstone as Lord Chief Just cc, and that the vacancy Reading will contested in the Liberal in
1 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England