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ROYAL STATUES TARRED.

ROYAL STATUES TARRED.

REPORTED SEDITIOUS OUTRAGE IN INDIA. An outrage, which described in Bombay as an insult the British Crown, is reported from the nativ© Stat© of Kolapore, where statues of th© late King Edward and Queen Alexandra hav© been tarred. The statue* (says Exchang© were unveiied last Nov
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SKIER FOUND FROZEN ON THE ALPS.

SKIER FOUND FROZEN ON THE ALPS.

i THREE MORE DEATHS. Beenke. who disappeared while ex- cursion on has been found alive, but exhausted, in tho chalet. A rescue party which left Ragatz search for skier who disappeared tiio Pizol, found his alpenstock, but th© frozen state th© snow com- | pelled a suspension the
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOT DRUNK, BUT DYING.

NOT DRUNK, BUT DYING.

MAN PUT OUT OF CHURCH ARMY j HOME. inquest held at Middlesbrough yesterday Daniel aged Forrest, 11, said that Saturday night, February when the weather stormy, she saw two men come from behind the Church Army Home and place "something" the pavement, She informed her parents, who
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MIDLAND GOLF.

MIDLAND GOLF.

FINAL OF THE PROFESSIONAL FOURSOMES. Tlie final the Midland professional foursomes tournament was played over holes at Stourbridge o-day. G. Tuck, South Staffordshire, who won with L. Holland last year, was partnered by Ham, Black well, against (r. Ruckle, North Worcestershire,
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PRISONER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

PRISONER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

Bingham, his previous :!i" Ja«per and said that the prisoner inffpr'fl {ror, rpilrpty. In ■ < had warm*! tho parent* k<'o;» a'! out hi? r« a<h. 1 <!ik' M' the do«*tor ?aid that pi}' r#rj had homicidal l !, ;:Tj<l •i' * "• !"»•» T:»r with inff.rersi from ♦*pilrp i y. v. j«- liabl
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMME.

TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMME.

GRAND MILITARY ,8 DOWN PARK). —Tha COOMBL SPRINGS OPEN SELLING 1.40. HANDICAP niRDLE lOOVoi? « v-'xnl 5 SOVS, sold sots; 2 miles. aa*st lh Mr W. Da »trey* DANCER T. Young 2 The has arrived. Mr. 11. BOUTON HOI'GE a\? i Mr. Bottom ley's SILVER CHERRY Mr 1' » EES ORMES ex.) Poole a
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
—n—— IRECOMM^nATION^ "Silver Shred'' Lemon Marmalade change? i* made f '« n-—' 'high standard. ; H W ,v-v Towi in<:

—n—— IRECOMM^nATION^ "Silver Shred'' Lemon Marmalade change? i* made f '« n-—' 'high standard. ; H W ,v-v Towi in<:

Hamlet the P * Fruted Eingdom.
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PERSONAL. , P. address Dunarden, remoTed to W(«t ! Important-—H. P. 4727 c r ■' * 1 NSATION s law

PERSONAL. , P. address Dunarden, remoTed to W(«t ! Important-—H. P. 4727 c r ■' * 1 NSATION s law

What man hat he j pv- ,1. t.air:- loses his peai-e mind: 1"? *' rr en« • will play the tyrant; let him excel '■ and pays. that, although man , y not tor. nor diamond studs, nor through j eon hurtling aeroplane—is it nothing that he has free a-1 - TH FRALLS, Ltd.. Umbrella Expert
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WHY BUILDERS WILL NOT BUILD.

WHY BUILDERS WILL NOT BUILD.

i TERRORISED LEGISLATION. Mr. Harold Cox, speaking the Society of Arts last night, when paper was read Mr. T. IJrieo Phillips on "Tho Rural Housing Question," aid that much of the present shortage of cottages in country was due to tho way in which builders had been frightened by
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
AN OMINOUS FORECAST.

AN OMINOUS FORECAST.

OMINOUS FORECAST. In his thoughtful and comprehensive address yesterday, Mr. H. Davis, tlie new president of the Derby Chamber of Commerce, dealt with variety of topics great practical interest. In several quarters it is regarded as possible, and even likely, that Parliament will
26 February 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England