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NOT SUFFRAGETTES

NOT SUFFRAGETTES

Cre iton Clergyman Injured by Exploding Shell THOUGHT IT WAS "DEAD" About ten o'clock yesterday the inhabitants of Crediton were startled an explosion in Dean-street, near the Parish Church. It is said that the Rev. H. G. Hodgson, curate, who resides at the Chantry, was handling
24 December 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Insurance. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED Which has acquired the Businesr the West of England FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

Insurance. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED Which has acquired the Businesr the West of England FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

and which is also merged the HAND-IN-HAND FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY. [CAPITAL fully subscribed £2,950,000 DITTO PAID £295,000 TOTAL INCOME EXCEEDS £8,000,000 , TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £23,000.000 FIRE, CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS LIFE, MARINE. ACCIDENI. Pesso&al Accident, Burglary, Pla
24 December 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.

FINANCE AND COMMERCE.

CHRISTMAS MARKETS. A SMALL SPECULATIVE POSITION MANCHESTER. Tuesday. Though the Stock Exchange is open on Wednesday (Christmas Eve) and will re-open again Saturday morning, for the conclusion of the contangoing operations general securities, over the past long (19-day) account,
24 December 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MINING MARKET.

THE MINING MARKET.

DEMAiND FOR LAKES. .. LONDON, Tuesday. Mining for the attention occupied a good deal oi centre J*"*** fllld llttle ***** tradm " tim e-" C'onti- ° the Bourses concerned with hohdaj arrangements, but aocordL private advices there is a comparatively undertone to the general positi
24 December 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OF SERVICE TO THE STATE.

OF SERVICE TO THE STATE.

Any woman who is interested in what called the rather unattractive name '• Mothcicraft." should make a point seeing the jdaternelles 'j when next in Paris. Theso excellent institutions are supported privately, and are run for the benefit of mothers and expectant mother:, irrespe
24 December 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
rpHEATRE ROYAL, The Home of Pantomime, HpO-NIGHT at 7 o'clock, And EVERY EVENING until Further Notice, JOHN HART'S Gorgeous Spectacular

rpHEATRE ROYAL, The Home of Pantomime, HpO-NIGHT at 7 o'clock, And EVERY EVENING until Further Notice, JOHN HART'S Gorgeous Spectacular

Pantomime HUM T V D U M V, RECEIVED LAST WITH UNBOUNDED ENTHUSIASM. A TRIUMPH FOR EVERYONE CONCERNED. Presented the following Ladies and Gentlemen: DOROTHY WARD, Mise IRENE DILLON | Miss ELISE M ALP ASS Miss OLGA DU BAERIE Miss DOROTHY LEIGH „ Mr. GEORGE ALI Mr. ROWLAND HILL Mr.
24 December 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AGED 105.

AGED 105.

C'.RCASB Wp:u;HING ONE TON AND CROYDON CENTENARIAN’S BVENT- A THIRD. ECL LIFE An which way sold last week-end oldest inhabitant Croydon, Jlr.. i » the dead market Smithftcld Robert Colce, of Oloucmtcr-road. stated have the record weight, > wav bom Christinas Eve, cclc-' •i*ho ca
24 December 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TEAUL NECKLACE REWARDS,

TEAUL NECKLACE REWARDS,

HOW THE CIO.WKI HAS BEEN DISTRIBUTED. Following tho c*f the appeal four men who were convicted the Old Bailey of stealing rcomvuig Mr. Max Meyer's £117,000 pearl necklace, ib*- rewards offered in witii of the gems have been distributed. Mr. Braod>taUcr. who was find, information
24 December 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE GREATNESS MENELIK Five years the Emperor Menelik was stmek clown ley paralysis, and trom forceful tyrant helpless invalid. Ever

THE GREATNESS MENELIK Five years the Emperor Menelik was stmek clown ley paralysis, and trom forceful tyrant helpless invalid. Ever

since that day reports his death have floated periodically over the frontier into the oulsidc world. Such were apparently set mol hy ambitious princes, with eye on the throne the Kinff of Kinffs,’ who thought such ballons d'essai see which way the wind popular favour was hlowlnf
24 December 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
BERKELEY SKIPPERS RESCUE.

BERKELEY SKIPPERS RESCUE.

The Newcastle steamer Cairndom, nrideh arrived at Shields on Tuesday, reposts exciting incident in the voyage across the Atlantic, when the captain and crew the schooner Frances, of St. John’s, Newfcghdland, were rescued. Captain Organ, of Berkeley, master of the Cairndom, disea
24 December 1913 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England