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VISCOUNT HALDANE AND MR BUXTON

VISCOUNT HALDANE AND MR BUXTON

VISIT DUNFERMLINE CARNEGIE TRUST INSTITUTION. A distinguished party, consisting of Viscount Haldane; Mr Sydney Buxton, President of the Board of Trade; Mrs Buxton; Sir P. Hume Brown, Edinburgh; and Mr Wm. S. M'Cormick, yesterday visited Dunfermline. They motored from Auchterarde
7 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
sichir* ®b*atrcs*

sichir* ®b*atrcs*

PLECTRA PALACE, FITZALAN SQUARE CONTIGUOUS EXHIBITION from 2 till 1030 Lives there a man with soul dead. Who never- to himself has said, I’m off to Electra " t JJIS EASTERN BRIDE The dramatic story Russian officer’s marrjajre with daughter of Japan. Refreshingly novel, exquisite
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

(COLLEGE HOUSE). For Boys entering under 12 years age. Under the charge M. ARMfcTBONG, M.A., Mus.Bac., who has had long experience in Preparatory and Navy work T>ridlington High School for Girls.—Bracing. Seaside Sch. Modern Education. Prep, for Universities i home life. Fully q
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SOMERSETSHIRE

SOMERSETSHIRE

/^levedon.— The College. Bdg. School tor Boys; Prep, for Uoiv., ProtessioDs Oonuner. li!®; neids; labojytory.—PHD.. W BROWX, B.Sc YYESTON-SUPER-MARE. , . SCHOOL FOR OIRI^S Se» front. Prep, all Ex«ns. Music, Painting, Needlework Asr>U*it Tennis Court*.-PrinS:. Miss Pear^ Carlton
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
J N MANY WA Y S

J N MANY WA Y S

the world has changed and is changing. Most us live quite differently to our forefathers. Many of our preseut-day occupations were unheard or, undreamt even, generation or two back. Whether the " Good Old Times were actually aa good they are pictured perhaps an open question, bu
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

BARMAID Disengaged, smart appearance; small salary.—Apply 88, Ecelegall rd. BERTH Wanted as CHAUFFEUR; understands all high-class make cars, running repairs; excellent references; teetotaler; disengaged.—V 27, Sheffield Telegraph. Chauffeur-mechanic, first-ciass Disengaged: smar
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Calling at

Calling at

7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS’ NEXT LORD MAYOR.

LEEDS’ NEXT LORD MAYOR.

Mr. E. A. Brotherton, the former Unionist M.P for Wakefield, accepted a formal invitation, extended him yesterday, to become Lord Mayor of Leeds for the ensuing twelve months. Representatives of both the Unionist and Liberal Parties in the Council waited upon him, and in view of
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEB,BYSHIRE. HIS LESSON. PENITENT’S PLEA PAILS AT DERBY. On leaving Derby Prison after serving a month for deserting his wife

DEB,BYSHIRE. HIS LESSON. PENITENT’S PLEA PAILS AT DERBY. On leaving Derby Prison after serving a month for deserting his wife

and children, WiUiam Hargreavo, a homeless miner, was arrested for stealing tools. Yesterday morning ho was convicted of this and of another theft, by the Derby Magistrates, and was sent to prison for two months. The tools consisted of a rabbit plane and 24- brace bits, .which,
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Diminishing West Riding.

The Diminishing West Riding.

One can feel a certain sympathy with the fervent wish o£ a member of Selby Board of Guardians, yesterday, that they were anywhere on earth but in the est Riding. It is specially hard on the Selby Guardians, for just across Ouse lies (he East Riding—a haven where no county boroug
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England