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“WHITE HORSES.”

“WHITE HORSES.”

If you sranci the breezy rock promontory the Fort and look across the blue waters Weymouth. Bay, you see a huge white figure of a horse and its rider clearly cut in the chalk of the distant downa. As a work art, ;t is, considering its size, credit to its designer, who has preser
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A SOVEREIGN FIRM TOPPIIIaSPIMDLEII A FIRM SOVEREIGN

A SOVEREIGN FIRM TOPPIIIaSPIMDLEII A FIRM SOVEREIGN

POSTAGE POSTCARDS Id. LUCERNE, Jiao. EXTRACTS FROM OF OCTOBER 3, 1812. [Price 6Jd Pedestrianism.—The match betwixt Carter, the Lancashire pugilist, and time, which had excited much curiosity, was decided yesteirday Sunbuxy Common, the favourite spot for euch sports. Agreeable an
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The Revolt of DEMOCRACY. By

The Revolt of DEMOCRACY. By

The Revolt of DEMOCRACY. Dr. ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE. THI iuccessor to ** Social EmTironmeat and Moral which evoked such widespread discussion a few months ago. Inhis aew hook the great scientist further denounces the system of slavery. is tocsin-call to the forces of Labour to uni
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
P*o Under Contract toith HM Government, Mail and Passenger Services. EGYPT, INDIA, CHINA, JAPAN, AUSTRALASIA, fte. Coareyias and Marchaodiw ALL.

P*o Under Contract toith HM Government, Mail and Passenger Services. EGYPT, INDIA, CHINA, JAPAN, AUSTRALASIA, fte. Coareyias and Marchaodiw ALL.

EASTERN PORTS. P&O Pleasure Cruises. •EA TUPS by MaH Steamers, 8,009 to 13,900 tona, Erary FRIDAY from TILBURY to V GIBRALTAR and MARSEILLES. Retain Pares— Pint. Second. GIBRALTAR £l3 10 £9 0 0 MARSEILLES £l6 10 0 11 0 Per further information apply as below. P * 0 OlflceA WiOOfc
3 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EXCURSIONS.

EXCURSIONS.

L.B. & S.C.R. /Q SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO LONDON,
3 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OVERCOME BY GAS. WORKMEN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. SERIOUS MISHAP AT SOUTHSEA.

OVERCOME BY GAS. WORKMEN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. SERIOUS MISHAP AT SOUTHSEA.

Two men, employes tho Portae* Island Gas Light Company, were Monday rendered .unconscious by gas tames why* at work at a Southsea residence, and the condition of one them described .-erious. 'the men, whose names are William Dyer, middlc-a man. of 114, Newooroe-road, Fratton, an
3 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HOSPITAL progress. j>OKTSMOUTH SCHEME. JEW WARDS WANTED. 1 PATHOLOGICAL DEPAIMEXT. Mt. H. R* Fink mapped out elaborate -rogramraa for the

HOSPITAL progress. j>OKTSMOUTH SCHEME. JEW WARDS WANTED. 1 PATHOLOGICAL DEPAIMEXT. Mt. H. R* Fink mapped out elaborate -rogramraa for the

immediate future the io«l Portsmouth Uoapital a meeting Governor, hold at the in.titution on FGdar. The meeting took place the rjird'-room. and during the temporary Mr. Pink tor the election Mr. r. H- F. Lapthorn ailed the K«t. W. Hiwkikj proposed tfce of Mr. Pink a. Chairman, r
3 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DEVOTION OF THE NCBSES.

DEVOTION OF THE NCBSES.

Deferring to the nursing staff, the doctor •aid that the majority of people did not realise the value of the work the nurses did for the poor. Their pay was bad. la fact they moot underpaid profession! the world, and the hawks.-worked. Their work wa* very onerous, the amount the
3 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England