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MEMBER OF CREW OF BURNING LINER

MEMBER OF CREW OF BURNING LINER

SAYS ROCKET SIGNALS WERE IGNORED BY STEAMER WHICH PASSED WELL WITHIN SIGHT. The captain, officers, and crew, numbering 53, of the Johnston liner Templemore, which was abandoned fire in the Atlantic, arrived back at Liverpool yesterday on the liner Rowanmore. One of the crew stat
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT LOCHLEE.

ALLEGED ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT LOCHLEE.

SEQUEL TO A HARVEST BALL. At a J.P. Court at Forfar yesterday—Provoet Moffat and Bailies Lamb and Hanick on the bench —Robert Davidson, farmer, West Migvie; Wm. Moir, carrier, Tarfside; and Thos. Fenton, postman, Heatherbank Cottag —all of Lochlee, were charged with having on th
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE CURLING OFFICIALS

MONTROSE CURLING OFFICIALS

The annual meeting of the members of Maryloch Curling Club was held the Central Hotel, Montrose —Mr A. Muirden, president, presiding. The treasurer submitted a statement, which showed a small balance in favour of the club. Mr Patrick Dickson of Sunnyside House; Mr A. R. Duncan P
23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Zam-Buk

Zam-Buk

23 October 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
READY MON EY S

READY MON EY S

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23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
A DANGER POINT.

A DANGER POINT.

the battle-cruiser New Zealand, at present in American waters, reaches the English Channel again a sister ship, the Indefatigable, will be releasod for service in the Mediterranean, which is attracting the attention of the naval experts at the present time. The Admiralty appears
23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
NECKLACE CASE. AN UNSUPPORTED THEORY.

NECKLACE CASE. AN UNSUPPORTED THEORY.

By Teleyrsph—Press. LONDON, ()Mobs; -21 In the pearl necklace caw, the prosecution examined postal officials with a view to showing that fresh seals had been placed on the necklace package in London. The Magistrate remarked that their evideons was an uoempported theory. The cast
23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
MR SEMPLE'S ADVTCS [Pm Panes ASSOCIATION.] AUCKLAND, October ?2

MR SEMPLE'S ADVTCS [Pm Panes ASSOCIATION.] AUCKLAND, October ?2

MR SEMPLE'S ADVTCS [Pm Panes AUCKLAND, October ?2 Mr Semple addressed the strikers thin afternoon. It is underetood that he explained ho (spoke as a private indiriclual and not :us an official of the United Federation of Labour. He auto. though, that 1-ho Federation iith them and
23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
ATTITUDE. [PER Pans Assocwriow 1 – . !

ATTITUDE. [PER Pans Assocwriow 1 – . !

ATTITUDE. [PER Assocwriow 1 - . ! WELLINGTON, October 22. Harbour Board to-night disouse- A the strike. The chairman, Mr R. tFletcher, reviewed the position and ex)lained the action he had taken. The Board passed a resolution approving the chairman's attitude and declaring that i
23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
Mr Herten severely criticised the absence of an Appal Board. but commended the Bill generally as one that wa calculated

Mr Herten severely criticised the absence of an Appal Board. but commended the Bill generally as one that wa calculated

to make for a higher slate of efficiency in the police force. .Nlr Payne Mr Webb advocated a six-day week for the police force. The Hon A. L. Herdman, in reply, said no more convincing proof could have been given to the House of the !I iindesirahlity of permitting an Association
23 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand