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JUDOE PEL FED WITH APPLES. WILD KraNE FOLLOWS SENTENCE

JUDOE PEL FED WITH APPLES. WILD KraNE FOLLOWS SENTENCE

PEL FED WITH APPLES. WILD FOLLOWS SENTENCE ON -SUKFRAQBTTE. Turbulent scene* were witnessed on Wedneeday the High Court Glasgow the close the Inal of two sußragetMa—Mra. Elizabeth Dorothea bnuth (wife n.mister of Gallon parish. Glasgow, and graduate in medicine Glasgow Umreraityl
16 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MEASURES AGAINST FRENCH OFFICERS.

MEASURES AGAINST FRENCH OFFICERS.

Pari*. Wednesday.—Newspaper* state that Superior Council of War, result of the army manoeuvres, proposes to take measures against five general*, three brigadier-generals. and five colonels.— Reuter. WARSHIPS FOR MEXICO. York. Wednesday.—A Mexico City teleg.nm statrs that a confe
16 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE ECHO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1913. WELSH PIT DISASTER.

THE ECHO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1913. WELSH PIT DISASTER.

DEATH-ROLL OF 422. BLOUCESTER DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. DIVORCE AND MATRIMONY A tluciMsion on the report* of the Hoynl Cornmui«ion on Divorce and Matrimonial Cause* *m introduced by Chancellor P. V. Smith, LL.D., and Rev. H. It. Gamble, rector of Holy Trinity. Upper Chelsea. Chancell
16 October 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
The girl* tell you thai diamond* are vulgar ara thoae who have none , . _ Elm* 1 din t

The girl* tell you thai diamond* are vulgar ara thoae who have none , . _ Elm* 1 din t

know r.ould afford giv« you such an engagement "He lYt- but wasn't c ,<- cf htm'"
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL RAILWAY DISASTER

THE LIVERPOOL RAILWAY DISASTER

THE CAUSE OF THE COLLISION. MYSTERY OF THE COMMUNICATION CORD. SIX DEATHS : 21 INJURED. Further details of the railway disaster St. James's Station, Liverpool, on Wednesday, when the 2.30 p.m. Cheshire line train from Manchester to Liverpool, which had been brought to a standsti
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DUFF [ELD PARISH COUNCIL. On Tuesday evening the monthly meeting of *he I Parish Council was held the Parish Room

DUFF [ELD PARISH COUNCIL. On Tuesday evening the monthly meeting of *he I Parish Council was held the Parish Room

1 when Messrs. C. A. Holloway fin the chair) R' Downes. C. E. Piper, and H. Stables ere pre, reply to the Council's communication, J. B. Worthiugton. behalf of the Midland Railway Company, stated the road on Orchard had beer specially examined, and with the exception of two or t
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DRUG HABIT IN FRANCE

THE DRUG HABIT IN FRANCE

GANG CAPTURED. Paris, Thursday. It is stated that the police have captured gang engaged in the cocaine and morphine traffic.
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION

THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION

SIR T. BARCLAY AND THE HAGUE CONFERENCE. The Congregational Union Assembly Southend to-day adopted resolution calling on the appoint national committee for The Hague conference 1915. Amid cries of Shame Sir Thomas Bare lay condemned the aloofness the British Government. the best
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS.

ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS.

NINE-TENTHS OF ALL STOMACH TROUBLE SAID TO BE DUE TO ACIDITY. PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE ON CAUSE AND CURE. -i. A famous physician whose successful researches into the cause and cure stomach and intestinal diseases have earned for him an international reputation, said the course of rece
16 October 1913 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DEATH AT A BAZAAR. DISTRESSING INCIDENT IN NOTTINGHAM. A tragic and distressing incident occurred last night St. Mark’s Church Hall,

DEATH AT A BAZAAR. DISTRESSING INCIDENT IN NOTTINGHAM. A tragic and distressing incident occurred last night St. Mark’s Church Hall,

Windsor-street, Nottingham, where bazaar being held in aid the church. Between nine and ten o’clock it was noticed that an elderly lady, a Mrs. Neale, of 6, Watkin-street, who had been assisting the bazaar, was apparently seriously ill. She was leaning over a table in dead faint
16 October 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England