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BAD LUCK FOR BUILNLEY.

BAD LUCK FOR BUILNLEY.

The Burnley club are experiencing bad luck with their players. Although Halley is expected to be fit for the game with Preston North End o.i Saturday, Husband will be laid up for some weeks. Bellamy, who sustained a bad ankle injury in the second match of the season, is certain
23 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WIFE'S DENIALS.

WIFE'S DENIALS.

Mrs. Taylor, the petitioner, said it was untrue that she had accused her husband of staring at women, or that she had abused him or called hun a liar. She denied that she had insisted on riding with her husband at the head of his battery. She rode %%ith him only when he went out
23 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
JEWEL ROBBERY MYSTERY.

JEWEL ROBBERY MYSTERY.

MAN'S REMAND AT LLANDUDNO ON CHARGE OF THEFT. When Edward Rowlard Jones, of Nlostya street, was charged at Llandudno Police Court yesterday with stealing jewellery, valued at £5, the property of some person unknown, the deputy-chief constable applied for a remand in custody. He
24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SYMPATF ETIC STR IKES.

SYMPATF ETIC STR IKES.

To the Editor of "The Daily Citizen." Sir,—Sir Francis Vane in his interesting letter makes one rather amazing statement. He says : " No great reform can be constitutional, and cannot therefore be effected constitutionally." Yet the greatest Reformer the world has ever known dec
24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S RACING. SANDOWN PROGRAMME AND ARRIVALS. figures In front of the horses' names denote form for previous three appearances. 130

TO-DAY'S RACING. SANDOWN PROGRAMME AND ARRIVALS. figures In front of the horses' names denote form for previous three appearances. 130

— TRAFALGAR SELLING NURSERY. Fie . 7 V laslongs. 002 TOLLENDAL (Mr J Andras) Escott 6 $ OM DUSKY 13k P Gilpin) Gilpin 7 10 THE QUACK (Capt BeyWWI F Hunt 7 7 MO WISTOW (Mr M Firth) Halliek 7 3 OM F. by Star of Hanover tMr T Jennings). Jennings II II BENDk.L (Mr J Butters) BUttail
24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOW TO REACH GREENWICH PARK AND HOSPITAL FROM NORTH AND EAST LONDON. Here is a new pleasure ground to explore

HOW TO REACH GREENWICH PARK AND HOSPITAL FROM NORTH AND EAST LONDON. Here is a new pleasure ground to explore

and here the histcry of our country has left interesting survivals Route No. 56.—Tottenham to Millwall by way of Clapton, Hackney, Bethnal Green, Stepney, and Limehouse and Route No. 67.—Walthamstow to Cubitt Town by way of Leyton, Stratford, Upton Park, and Plaistow both termin
24 October 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GARDENING.

GARDENING.

AIDE. week a say demerlpeion executed: lowest terms; herbaria's borders • rpm*. silty.- Geo. P. Moore. 13. Northeelnar.. Wert Ealing. E13N0114 hiNWPORTB Norserlee. Hillingdon 0 absolutely headquarters fur everything meted with the 'ardor - Enquire I s Sweet Pram a ...rainy: 130.
24 October 1913 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
1,418 IN 1114111,

1,418 IN 1114111,

That vervain ellane; of roma.. I. in the London mat►et.. a ►lthei produete. is • standing dirge:tee to hritleh ore darer, It is not my purpose at the moment to exit about ro-oneration. railway ivies. er any 01 then.. vexed (mentions. but I do wish to call a.ti - ntion to one err
24 October 1913 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England