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THE UNIVERSITY OP JERUSALEM

THE UNIVERSITY OP JERUSALEM

A Hebrew University et Jetuaelem has !«• beau a cherished ideal among cultured Jews At the Zionist Co a* res. in Vienne the proposal received endoraemeoi. and was aunounced that a aubalantial sum of moor? had already been pramiaed. “It aa idea,” says the "Jewieh Chronicle." "to
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
The Two “ Dictators.”

The Two “ Dictators.”

The Two Dictators.” The chief persouuiities in this industrial battle are Mr. James Larkin, on the men’s side, and Mr. M. Murphy, at the bead Mr. Murphy known chiefly chairman of the Dublin Tramway Company, but lie has irons many other fires. is a newspaper proprietor. hotel prop
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DESTROYERS COLLIDE

DESTROYERS COLLIDE

in Attempt to Avoid Running into Battleship. While the Home Fleet wee encaged ia exercises in the North collision occurred betfftoo tha destroyers Attack and Hydro, belonging to the first flotilla, stationed Queensferry. The two destroyers were steaming abreast of Peterhead whoa
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CLERGYMAN SUMMONED. Got Into Wrong Train and Pulled the CommnnieaUon Cord.

CLERGYMAN SUMMONED. Got Into Wrong Train and Pulled the CommnnieaUon Cord.

The Rev. Brown Maugham, Heighten Rectory, near BheflMd, was charged yesterday with having wantonly pulled the commuoication cord of a North-Eastern train. The defendant, finding was in the wrong train, pulled cord the train was leaving platform. Bench dtemiaesd the case payment
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A PARTY OF REBELS.

A PARTY OF REBELS.

PARTY OF REBELS. DolonUU' “Top-hotted and Frock- coated Fenianism.” Mr. Harold Spender. Liberal candidate for Cambridge, speaking there last night, said they warn faced with extraordinary spec taels. The pasty Jaw and order had faddsniy gone over to «ds of anarchy. Patrick Ford w
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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TBI CONFERENCE PROPOSAL.

TBI CONFERENCE PROPOSAL.

Addressing the West Renfrewshire Literal Association Yoker. last night, Mr. Urt (Lord Advocate), alluding Lord Loreburn’s letter, said it had aroused flickering interest in the Irish question. If the Government meant business with the Parliament Act they meant Home Bole for Irel
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
••CAT" FOR WHITE SLAVII.

••CAT" FOR WHITE SLAVII.

The Birmingham Recorder yesterday sentenced Charles Bslcber. aged 17. convicted under the White Blare Act. eighteen mosithe’ hard labour and twelve lashes of the cot/* COUSIN OP HRS. ASQUITH HARRIED. Mine LiMao Elisabeth Tm—it. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joiro IVnfient, end cousin Lo
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ACTOR'S MOO BETTING LOWES.

ACTOR'S MOO BETTING LOWES.

The ezeminatioß in bankruptcy took place yesterday of Henry Marsh Allen, actor. In hia deficiency account the debtor returned hia batting roeses since July, 1810, at Mm, and filed accounts showing unsecured liabilities AIAU. with assets nit. From February until the end «t August
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Hsalth of Swansea’* New Chief Com tabla.

Hsalth of Swansea’* New Chief Com tabla.

bttaUk of Mr. A. Tkraaa, tk* aaar dual CearaHa at Imm, forrariy ahW dark at tk. Natttofktaaa OuUdk.il. ka. haan airMc aara Wtka troobl*. rad Dr. Bra. tk. oiadktal rafan, ■wulrad tha Bora OSea laat waak. mada a of Mr. vitk Dr. Tiaror Graat. tka dvaaaai paHea radirsl aSrar. aod au
8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WIND SCREENS AND THE BONUS SYSTEM. Tramways Committee Accede to Two of the Hen's A “MERIT” SCHEME.

WIND SCREENS AND THE BONUS SYSTEM. Tramways Committee Accede to Two of the Hen's A “MERIT” SCHEME.

8 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England