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CHAFFERS GOLD MINING.

CHAFFERS GOLD MINING.

At the statutory' general meeting Chaffers Gold Mining Company, held this after, noon, Mr. H. J. Gifiin said that the develop, of the property continued most toriiv- They had struck a lode from the sis. to the seventeenth level, the averam value about 31s. per ton. Most of ;l,j,
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LATEST MARKET PRICES. CO.’S TAPE FRICES-Ccpr^ 0 second quotation appears, the Where no^ ke fema ins unaltered. Make BRITISH FUNDS,

LATEST MARKET PRICES. CO.’S TAPE FRICES-Ccpr^ 0 second quotation appears, the Where no^ ke fema ins unaltered. Make BRITISH FUNDS,

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24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GERMAN SECRETS. SBUPP OFFICIALS PROSECUTED.

GERMAN SECRETS. SBUPP OFFICIALS PROSECUTED.

GERMAN SECRETS. OFFICIALS PROSECUTED. Berlin telegraphed trial began hero to-day of Herr Maximilian Brandt, a former Berlin remcsentative of the firm of Krnpp. and Heir Eccius, one of the firm’s directors Essen. Herr Brandt charged with the bribery of officials, and with procurin
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DRASTIC BUiILDIES.

DRASTIC BUiILDIES.

The facte were acknowledged, the senousucaa of the evil waa accepted by both Now they had got come to the remedies matter what party they belonged to, they had come to the conclusion that tli< remedy* mast thorough, eearchiug, complete, and draetic. (Hear, fa«;ai., Dunn" the pas
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BALKAN PEACE PBOSPECTB.

BALKAN PEACE PBOSPECTB.

fc'erria having accepted the inevitable and yielded to the ultimatum from Vienna, there seems good ground for the hope that the last stage bitter and unedifying struggle has been reached. The Servian Government has ordered the troops present within the Albanian border to retire
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSEA ISLAND RIFLE CLUB.

PORTSEA ISLAND RIFLE CLUB.

There has been good attendance member® for practice on the Elm-road range each evening during the Keek. numorous were the entries for the spoon shoots that second spoon was awarded in •* A Division. Mr. Harmer claimed the hret spoon with a score of 98.61. Messrs. Seely and Bryso
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SCOi;TXAST£BS* training camp.

SCOi;TXAST£BS* training camp.

The firct training camp for aooutmaetera, held Hytho during tho part summer. was a gratifying aucoca*. AJtofethor 61 Sroutmaater* and other* stayed the camp for instruction, some coming from places remote a« Paris and Swiiaertead. Other student* came from tho rural dietricte of
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CAPTAIN AND HIS WIFE.

CAPTAIN AND HIS WIFE.

ACTION IN THE DIVORCE COURT. In the Divorce Court on Wednesday the case was resumed in which Mrs. A. Tayior seeks decree of restitution of conjugal rights against her husband, Cantain Gicnieigh John Scbill Taylor, of the Royal Horse Artillery, who answered that be was iu&tihed i
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROYALIST RISING IN PORTUGAL.

ROYALIST RISING IN PORTUGAL.

100 LISBON ARRESTS, rutiT uu>ng. For tk* tkM tia* tho «an ■inoe tko Portuguoao Republic wm ootnki liabod. tko Oioif opfiMQ to bo tending with ouiono Mooonrhht plot, ia which the N**y —■■■ to bo inTotnd. Ohio tko briotwt telegraphic cmmowm hove readied tkU oountrr. It oloar rlgor
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
DIET IN DIABETES,

DIET IN DIABETES,

DIET DIABETES, In all cases of diabetes it important that the digestive organs should kept working smoothly, and much therefore depends upon the diet. Meat as a general rule must be taken sparingly, once a day is often euough. In some cases, the patient will do well to avoid it a
24 October 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England