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A Loss to Sheffield.

A Loss to Sheffield.

Bv ih© death Mr. Cliarles Stokes | Sheffield has lost one her best and most enthusiastic sportsmen. member the County Cricket Oimmitto©, for has been the bon. trea- | surer since 1890. No much towards founding the Sheffield United Football Club in ISH9, was cliair-1 man until th
13 October 1913 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OLDHAM'S BRILLIAHT BACKS.

OLDHAM'S BRILLIAHT BACKS.

•Oldham 3 4 18 Warrington OLDHAM achieved welcome victory tha expert** of Warrington Saturday. Tta chief feature of the game the individual brilliance of the Oldham back*. *ho were far too good for tb© di*organl*ed oppoeluon. Warrington took the field without and Brooke*, who ha
13 October 1913 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FROM THE IRISH CAPITAL.

FROM THE IRISH CAPITAL.

The Rugby Game. MI'LrCM IS Piß'l' fBT ot X'ORTH of Ireland fame Belfaet w>piay of the the >•>*' th-» atL*n#down-road. ♦he wood, the Kent r-A. h*ye gponnd was soft, bat the game fast. The bit> widow tA)kinel F. , Wauderers had rather more the attack I ha* the w,, ' , . than their
13 October 1913 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FREE TRIAL.

FREE TRIAL.

sufferer from weak sight will enr«!y read with absorbing Inter**, the remarkable offer of Dr. C. O. PerrtTal. the Upecialat, borne most wonderful cures are being by and many thousands have dia< aided entirely. Aged entterem of mans years' standing been cured. Theae remarkable te
13 October 1913 - Athletic News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DISASTER TO U.S. TROOP TRAIN

DISASTER TO U.S. TROOP TRAIN

?0 SOLDIERS KILLED, 100 INJURED. (Reuters Service.) New York, Monday. telegram from Meridian, Missouri, states a train conveying coast artillery to pridian to attend the State Fair plunged trough a trestle bridge. Twenty soldiers killed and one hundred injured.
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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TO-DAT'S POLICE NEWS.

TO-DAT'S POLICE NEWS.

DERBY BOROUGK COURT. Monday.—Before Mr. Geo. Frost (in the chair), Mr. A. L. Charles. Mr. W. Richardson, and Mr. E. Merchant. A Disgtjstixg YoUNQ Man. James McLocklin. a lace hand,* Dale-road, was charged with being drunk and disorderly iv the Market-place on Saturday evening.—
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FUNERAL AN OLD MELBOURNE INHABITANT. The remaius of the late Mr. Thomas Brier*, aped were Friday interred in Melbourne Cemetery.

FUNERAL AN OLD MELBOURNE INHABITANT. The remaius of the late Mr. Thomas Brier*, aped were Friday interred in Melbourne Cemetery.

The deoeai»ed was Horn at Melbourne, and lived in the parish all h» life. When nine years old he comnwnead work in Melbourne Hall pardons, and with exception of about three years worked at or ahout the hall ever since. was one twin brothers, and a member the grandmother's old-es
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

THE HOUNT 7.—At 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, Elithheld Lodges. Thursday, Oct. 23, Aston-on-Trer.t. Saturday, Oct. 25, at "New Inn." EARL OF HARRIXG TON" HOUNDS. Tuesday. Oct. 21. East Stcke. 10.0. Wednesday. Oct. 22. a* 10.0. Friday, Oct. 24. Holme 10.0. THE QUORX HOUNDS. Tuerdav,
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BELPER BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELPER BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The fortnightly meeting the above was held Saturday and was very brief. Mr. J. Bourn, J.P., presided, and Mr. A. J. Towlson. J.P., was in the vice-chair. There were present Mrs. Meade- Waldo, Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Wain, Rev. H. B. Field. Rev. D. G. Smith. Messrs. G. Smith. C.C., J
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE VOLTURNE

THE VOLTURNE

REPORTED TO BE STILL ABLAZE. The Imperator. * hich has arrived at Plymouth from New York, reports that mid- Atlantic she was warned the American liner St. Louis that the Volturno had been seen right in the track shipping. She wa.s still burning. The Imperator sent out warning to
20 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England