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The dock tower of St, Giles, in Belgium, wrecked by a German shell ASSAULT AND BATTERY.

The dock tower of St, Giles, in Belgium, wrecked by a German shell ASSAULT AND BATTERY.

At the Preston Sheriff’s Court, yesterday, jury awarded £lOO damages in a case remitted from the High Court, in which Henrietta Appleyard, housekeeper, of Blackpool, proceeded against James Hargreaves, retired solicitor, of 51 Osborne Road, Blackpool, for assault and battery. Mr
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GERMAN CASUALTIES.

GERMAN CASUALTIES.

COPENHAGEN, Monday. The thirty-fifth list of German casualties returns : Officers killed - 60 Ditto wounded 9° Ditto missing Men killed Ditto wounded 5*446 Ditto missing 1.4^5 The sixth naval list gives one man killed and 31 officers and men missing.— Times' Telegram, per Press
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FATE OF MAUBEUGE.

FATE OF MAUBEUGE.

PARIS, Monday. - A resident cf who was taken prisoner and subsequently escaped, relates that three-quarters the town was burnt by the Germans. The forts for a long time resisted the attacks of 40,000 Germans. After the surrender of the place most of the prisoner? succeeded in es
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ATTACK ON ANTWERP.

ATTACK ON ANTWERP.

ENEMY BRINGING up heavy ARTILLERY. According to a telegram to the llandelsblad, says the Press Association’s Amsterdam correspondent, the Antwerp journal Le Matin says: Our first lines defence have been attacked by siege troops. The question is w hether the enemy s troops are ca
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Wounded.

Wounded.

GORDOK-MTJNRO, Lieutenant E., 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guardi. JERVOIS, Lieutenant W., Northamptonshire Egt. LUXMOORe Caotain X., Devonshire Regiment. MOKE-N’ORRiE ’Second Lieut. C. W., 11th Hussars. XETTLEKOLD ’Lieutenant E. J., sth Dragoon Guards. HEAD, Lieutenant- E. V., Essex
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WOUNDED IN GLASGOW.

WOUNDED IN GLASGOW.

Among rOU P. founded soldiers admitted Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow, are the following 10489 Private Alfred Poole, 3rd Hussars; 6421 Private Albert Collier, is* Lincolns; 35154 Driver Luke Ferguson, R.F.A. ; Private George Cartwright, Ist West Yorks: 21819 Sapper C. Eamcs, Enginee
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
From the Mines.

From the Mines.

Canadian Mining Corporation.—For four ■weeks ending July 23: Silver produced, 315.053 ounces; profit, £15,893: profit of Reduction Companiy. £2,049, making total profit £17,943. Office note: The bulk of ore produced during the period was paid for by the smelters subsequent the o
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FISH AND POULTRY

FISH AND POULTRY

There was slightly better supply of fish at the Sheffield market yesterday. Trade was again rather slow. Little change was made prices, though cod and plaice were somewhat cheaper. Game and poultry showed variation either in prices or supplies. s. d. s. d. Butter, per lb English
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England