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GAIETY AT FOBTON BABB ACES.

GAIETY AT FOBTON BABB ACES.

There was record attendance for the present season at the fortnightly dance the Junior N.C.O.’a, 8.M.L.i.. the lecture ball, Forton Barrack*, on Friday ewening. dancers numbered well over two hundred, and for four hour* they indulged lie moat popular to the accompaniment of exce
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DEATH OF BET. DB. SIHDEBSO9.

DEATH OF BET. DB. SIHDEBSO9.

The death occurred on Friday at Duxhurst of the Rev. Robert Edward Sanderson. late Canon Residentiary and Treasurer Chichester Cathedral, aged 85. Canon Sanderson wa# the eldest son of Dr. T. Sanderson, formerly Vicar of Great Doddington, Northamptonshire. was ordained in 1851 w
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FAREHAM NEWS. MB. A. H. LHE AND HANTS PARMEIS.

FAREHAM NEWS. MB. A. H. LHE AND HANTS PARMEIS.

FAREHAM NEWS. MB. A. H. AND HANTS PARMEIS. Mr. Arthur Lee, M.P., the President of Botley and South Hants Farmers’ Cinb, has promised to attend tha club annual dinner to be held at Botley on *>th nroot, the date which annual exhibition will take place.
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SWEETHEART SHOT.

SWEETHEART SHOT.

tbai tossrcisrs biicise. A shocking tragedy occurred at Glasgow late Fridar night. It is stated that John Livingstone, a tramway conductor, was bidding his sweetheart good-bye the entrance to her residence, Oovanhill. when suddenly produced a revolver tired at her. He then turne
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
POBTSEA WARD.

POBTSEA WARD.

Charles Percival Brown, “B.M.A. Arms,’* Highland-road, aud 15, Bonfire-corner. Portaea, salesman. Proposed Bernard Mur tough, acccnded by Walter Henry Bolitho. Henry Edwards, 24, King-street, Portaea, commission agent. Proposed by James Colline, second Henry Rose. MILE END WARD.
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LXPF.WTV SCHORL Rritm^OS.

LXPF.WTV SCHORL Rritm^OS.

LXPF.WTV SCHORL jupeeicl n om tee appointed the t.‘» > info the <•,u.-c t the coat of school hare the concineios •- lontf siuo* formed ratepnyert tint tie
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
STOBM-BOOD BATTLESBIFfI.

STOBM-BOOD BATTLESBIFfI.

The hattleahijM Vice-Admiral Sir Sidney t’oJrUlc. coam mandine the First Battle and Temeraire. and t-ruiaer* Argyll, Devonshire. and Helluna. wh»rh w'ere hav*. Jett Plyf'.ov.tß on Wednesday evening lor 'lW.juay jirm paratorr proceeding other Vc*«eTf for a with j Squadron, aero u
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
AT AFTERNOON TEA.

AT AFTERNOON TEA.

For the autumn and winter a pretty idea to yellow curtains of aoft silk or mnalin. The light ahining through them given the impression of the tun and warmth, besides being in harmony with antmmn tints. Make the curtain* perfectly etraight, with wide hem, and let them haag over t
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
1 HEW FEIINIHE

1 HEW FEIINIHE

HEW FEIINIHE Work for the woman over thirty la easier to find to-day than it wan tea years ago. Mature judgment counts for more feminine a**et, and mere girlishness not so much premium. The woman I over thirty is often frankly advertised for, and, provided experience in coupled w
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE DE BIAR SCHOOLS, Ltd., fob modern business training. Man»g«f Dir«ct«r ... BERNARD BEAR. <Lat» Enmißcr to tho f»B(jca Chonbor

THE DE BIAR SCHOOLS, Ltd., fob modern business training. Man»g«f Dir«ct«r ... BERNARD BEAR. <Lat» Enmißcr to tho f»B(jca Chonbor

Coffßoroe). U, COttMEKIAI MAI. And .11 importm.t town, tb. Kiaddos. ItAtTital iMtrectieß, D»j Emiif ra dhOIITHIKD, TVPLWHITINO. COMMERCUL ENOUSH. BIHII.NEBS METHODS. and correspondence. THE BEAR SCHOOLS ha.a facilitiM. «xp»rat.oa with aom. iMdias T«pc«ri;« Coapaakh plating qanli
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England