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STORM DESTOYS TOWN

STORM DESTOYS TOWN

Five Hundred Houses Washed Away in Alaska. A telegram from Nome, .Alaska (says a .Reuter message to hand to-day) states that the town, has almost been destroyed by a terrifio storm. A sandpit winch gold was dredged was washed away. Five hundred houses were demolished, and others
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
POUR-BALL FOURSOMES.

POUR-BALL FOURSOMES.

F. A. Neill and J. A. Trqelove H. Crapper and T. Gillies. P. Roberts and J. A. Roberta t. W. T. Jefferies and Reynolds. _ , „ . . C. Turner and B. v. R. E. Dean and Herrington. C. Leng and E. L. Roberta v. F. Ellis and E. Hayles. Simpson and R. P. Gwynne r. A. Shaw and E. Brickw
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AYE YOi: A BAE

AYE YOi: A BAE

AYE YOi: A that is always cross and restless? so, tbs peculiarly quick and grateful relief from wind arid Griping Pains given NURSE HARVEY’S MIXTURE j« the strongest for always having il on hand It most effective assisting baby to digest his food, thus putting end all stomach tro
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ANCIENT CUSTOM,

ANCIENT CUSTOM,

Wirksworth to Revive Well- Dressing. An interesting letter was read at the meeting of the Wirksworth Urban Council from Mr. George Wattereon. old Wirksworth townsman, respecting the ancient custom of well, dressing at one time carried out at Wirksworth .each Whitsuntide. For Som
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
IN CHINESE WATERS.

IN CHINESE WATERS.

H.'l.S. HAMPSffIBB UNDER FIRE. REBEL SHRAPNEL, BUT NO CASUALTIES. A letter dated September 11th, received in Portsmouth trom H.M.S. Hampshire, then Wei-hai-Wei, gives additional detail ol the experiences of the cruiser during the recent rebellion in China, The writer says:— • “V
7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10th. 1913 THE SOUTHSE ALCTU-N ROOMS, 9. M ARM lON HOAD. O A E D Ip instructed to

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10th. 1913 THE SOUTHSE ALCTU-N ROOMS, 9. M ARM lON HOAD. O A E D Ip instructed to

remove from a IleMdence in Portland-ter race and elsewhere and SELL AUCTION, his Rooms, as above, II ©Mock punctually,—2oo lots well-made HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &0.. Comprising bedsteads. bedding, clr<vsing chesty drawers, double scroll-end antique *« ttee, and drawing-room suites
7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SHORT NOTICE OP SALE. OS FRIDAY NEXT, OI'T. 10th. 1913. 230, KINGSTON EOAD. 'l5 OWL E AND g LAKE Are

SHORT NOTICE OP SALE. OS FRIDAY NEXT, OI'T. 10th. 1913. 230, KINGSTON EOAD. 'l5 OWL E AND g LAKE Are

iustructed by Air. P.iimer oq his relinquishing biisinetis SELL AUCTION as above, at ELEVEN o’clock, STOCK IN TRADE OF MILLINER AND FANCY DRAPER. Taluabl© furs, velvets, trimmings, etc., useful shop fittings, polished teak bookcase, drawing room suite, sewing machine, end useful
7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TENDERS.

TENDERS.

7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

V. ARMY MATCH. PITT i STREET. WEDNESDAY. Bth OCTOBER, 1913, Kick off 5.30 p.m. Admission sd. Th© Band of th© Royal Naval Barracks will play during the afternoon.
7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ITEMS OF SERVICE NEWS.

ITEMS OF SERVICE NEWS.

ITEMS SERVICE NEWS. ensure uniformity in the size and character of the initial letters which are to •»e the distinguishing mark for each class of destroyer, designs are to b© forwarded the Commodores to the Dockyards for templates to lie prepared. The cruiser Hogue, which has bee
7 October 1913 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England