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31 October 1913 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
!SERMON BY THE BISHOP OF BANGOR,

!SERMON BY THE BISHOP OF BANGOR,

, s' , St Benno's Chapel, abich was milt in the sixth cautery. has been 'and it was reopened on by the Bishop of Bangor. The chapel adjoins the fanlone Clyneog church, described by Pennant es the most magnificent of its nkind in North Wale'. Built on the rite of a former ems& te
31 October 1913 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
POBTSEA HOUSING SCHEME.

POBTSEA HOUSING SCHEME.

adjourned mertiuf tho Portemouth Town Council wee keld Uje To« Balt Tneedey to diepoee of etendinw on the October adjourned front tie regular meeting. joe, Aldermen J. H. Cork*, wee in the cbeir. end the mat were; Aldermen «r O. E. CoP*«*. F- O. Footer, H. Kmber. 6. J. UaWeaT, O
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPOIT.

GOSPOIT.

Magistrate* in attendance the Pol iron ourt Friday wore Colonel I? H. Martin. C.B.M.fi. (in the chain, Alderman <■. <<x.ko, <’apfain L. S. Stau-lkld. RN. Mr. E. W. IjLptboro and Mr. J. H. Spencer. The only caao of public intereot wa» one in which charge of impropriety was allege
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
STOLEN BLOOMS.

STOLEN BLOOMS.

PORTSMOUTH GIRLS IN TROUBLE. Fifteen beautiful chrysanthemum blooms were produced the Goeport Police-court Tuesday, when three Portsmouth girls —Florence Rebecca (17), Rose Williams tl6), and Fanny Huntley (15), were charged with having stolen the flowers from a conservatory at
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
STOkLR SKSTESCED TO HEATS.

STOkLR SKSTESCED TO HEATS.

STOkLR TO HEATS. murder a sistek-ik-law. At Ijirerpoul 'V™- 'j"®”} a !-tokcr. was aentenoed death mnrdeiing .lane Wiseman, hi* aiatet-in- • bv colting her throat on Augu-t Lnd. Prisoner had l-OMI drinking • dav. rime. • a the street in which his wife'* family ll'roi rasor in hand
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BUILDING OF THE CHALLENGER

BUILDING OF THE CHALLENGER

XARLT START AT SOSPOBT. Our tpMUI Tachtiag oormpondrut write*:— Th« work of dmigniurtlM America Cup challenger. SkAarock IT., it now very well ndruoed. nod it i* probable that the actual work of conatruction, which will, uf courae, commence with the canting of the lead keel, wil
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
FAREWELL smoking concert.

FAREWELL smoking concert.

A company of neatly two handled membeta sad mends assembled under the auspiesa of the Boyel Marine Old Comrades' Association, Gosport, an Tuesday evening, the occasion of farewell smoking ooacert Col. J. B. Oldfield, 8.M.L.1., and Major J. Me F. Mitchell, 8.U.L.1. Col. retiring
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BOTAIIBT RISING IS POITUGiL.

BOTAIIBT RISING IS POITUGiL.

ALLEGED NATAL CONSPIRATORS. Reuter* Lisbon correspondent telegraphed Tuesday Mr. Bell, the correspondent of the •* Morning Post,” who was arrested in connection with the recent Royalist rising here, has been released. Alteu, Chief of the Police Investigation Department, having a
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
argument for defence.

argument for defence.

Mr. King contended that prosecution had failed to prove charge persistent aruelty which would justify the complainant leaving her husband and applying for The thought that there was iiith'ient evidence to call upon Mr. King to pro- c ed. Mr. King characterised the raae one the m
31 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England