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YESTERDAY’S RUNNING AT

YESTERDAY’S RUNNING AT

NEWMARKET. winner - One mile. (Of Lord Durbatn's DUNh6IM, 4, 7-4 J. Maloney 3 holding at from the Abingdon Bottom, '••on by a length and half; two lengths between the second anq third. Bridge was fourth, Cmndcll Chick fifth, Waycup sixth, and Timidity last. (at closing) TWOTEATt
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PROVISIONS closed weak.

PROVISIONS closed weak.

Oct. Nov. Jan. Mar. To-dav . . 10.47% ... 10-47% ... 10.65 ... 10.80 Prev.’day. 10 72% ... 10.70 ... 10.77% ... 10.95 PORK;— To-day • - Previous day RIBS : Jan. May. 20.00 ... 20 10 20.22% ... 20-32% Oct. Kor. Jan Mar. To-day . . 10.60 ... ... 10.60 ... 10.75 Prev. day 10.62% ..
30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913.

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913.

30 October 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FARTY IDEALS.

FARTY IDEALS.

STRIKING SPEECH BY SONAR LAW. 6IS VIEW OF MR. CEORCE PART AS "LITTLE BROTHER OF THE POOR." ?OSITION OF CONSERVATIVE PANTY. Tharsday. Sonar Law and Sir Edward Canoe were guests at a luncheon at the aed theorem Club, Neweutlem-7yee• chairman of the club, presided, rd Lord Rear', L
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
OUTBREAK AT LLOYD'S BANK THIS

OUTBREAK AT LLOYD'S BANK THIS

Ere broke out this afternoon at the premises of Lloyd's Beak, Bedfortiotreet, Plymouth, and despite torrential rain, a large mood some gathered. Mr. C. G Itobartion, of the Plymouth Poet was pawing through Bank-street about 3.15, when be games in the t moment of the Phalanx Pies
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BOOLDS BOOTS, BOOLDS SHOES

BOOLDS BOOTS, BOOLDS SHOES

ire quite Household Words. Satisfaction can only be given by our buying in the best markets, paying the closest attention to every detail and special requirements of customers, and selling our Boots and Shoes at rock bottom prices. Bee dialogue, LAMB BOOM, Ol.oe, Box Calf. Balm.
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
No Bills.

No Bills.

The &tad Jury returned 'No bill" in W ease against Woline Louses Tucker, dorneatek Welled ettli the concealment of birth at Wait Alviasten was also returned in the case of 59, *reed with attempted suicide at Sanyo* on October 12. TO-DAY'll MARKETS. LONDON IIHPAIB. Th.roday.—ling
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TY, 1:aal Cirepslss.

TY, 1:aal Cirepslss.

TY, Mee the ssritt had ..d ill ie it en sew the lii. chime their hti . vise Haim He Me ell the for Maghteri. He W to tie. sa mad by himself, the smoked aspens* et Radical party- sod ahem % sad Vohs: "It's sot • (earl-which be them the charm, I &leak, lest the pleas-icherwit). He
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Parrs*" No. 1,27 f.

Parrs*" No. 1,27 f.

gelid. The long inapparent sleeves ars gathered at the wrist and are finished with sp sod down frills of fine black net, which sre caught in the middle by a band sniersldireen satin. A belt of the same satin is draws up into a huge black and whits buckle in front, two ends of th
30 October 1913 - Western Evening Herald - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
FORFARSHIRE DAIRYMAN FINED

FORFARSHIRE DAIRYMAN FINED

For Selling Inferior Milk. A dairyman in the Montrose district, for selling inferior milk, was to-day in Forfar Sheriff Court fined by Sheriff Taylor. Accused was John Gray, crofter and dairyman, Cook's Loch, in the parish of Craig, the charge being that, on 24th September, in t
30 October 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland