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\ LATE. HOPEFUL OFFiCiAL NEWS. Offipiai contißunic'itiux - issued fa Purit* at 3 o'clock to-day states on our left wing

\ LATE. HOPEFUL OFFiCiAL NEWS. Offipiai contißunic'itiux - issued fa Purit* at 3 o'clock to-day states on our left wing

to Xorth ot the Somnie action continues to develop more and more. Towards tie north, between the Oise and tho ALsne, enemy h;tve -delivered vigorous attack on Tracey le Mont. To the north-ea-t of they have been repulsed H*ith severe losses. In the centre there is a lull along wh
30 September 1914 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WAR -RELIEF FUNDS. Local , Manchester-Belgian ' of Barrow l ' a * ol SaU fe ?'° i National :;;;;;;;

WAR -RELIEF FUNDS. Local , Manchester-Belgian ' of Barrow l ' a * ol SaU fe ?'° i National :;;;;;;;

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30 September 1914 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RESERVE,

RESERVE,

ID doiaftiißK Crewe »t Crewe oo Se'.arlej, Boraley Keeorre eery doe yerformeoce. nes Lot the Aitxeoire, er.J eoi One res were very but Wtlde prereotea score. After corner Once eocuret«<y to Neeb:'. Fickerinc heeded after n*e mihuvee play. Crewe hle-e atiMeJ open fruia a centre B
30 September 1914 - Burnley Gazette - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
““APOLLO KOAD, "OUTHSEA. 50 p m. Kvonings SATURDAY. at, Adel phi Drama H. Sims. “THE LIGHTS O* LONDON,” TO DAY

““APOLLO KOAD, "OUTHSEA. 50 p m. Kvonings SATURDAY. at, Adel phi Drama H. Sims. “THE LIGHTS O* LONDON,” TO DAY

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30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Aa Unforgettable Scene.

Aa Unforgettable Scene.

“I shall never forget the seen© the | deck of the Hogue during those live imuutes. It would take horns state all that I saw and heard. The outstanding feature of it all was the coolness and the discipline of the men, who felt the vessel einkine under their feet. Above all. I sha
30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WINCHESTER.

WINCHESTER.

Former Hants Incumbent’s Death. The Rev. Francis Henry Baring hall died ai Kamo, Sew Zealand, lie was the son of Dr. Charles Baring, of Durham, and was born IMS. vraduatod at Cambridge in 1872, was the same year. After period work in India held IWngs He became Vicar ol Bepley, H
30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SCHOLAGTIC.

SCHOLAGTIC.

P'.nno. ’Olio. lee»>oD«; E-A.M. V exan,, nation; cl*M commencing all is i.— 6o. Margato-rond, bouthsea.. * \i’ v.lolo time Jc&cJie: required Skcirv’t, Colleg®; tociliticn time offered for lor any bigber rtamioation; man preferred.—Apply me.. lately IrucentiaJ xiuild.ui?'. Gorooi
30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
{OFFICIAL.)

{OFFICIAL.)

London, Tuesday. Th© Press Bureau states 11.20 p.m.: •* There is practically change in the situation. • The Allies’ left have bad some very, heavy fighting, but they are well holding their own. FROM GERMAN HEADQUARTERS (CfisiHAL Savva TaLtaBAU.J Amsterdam, Wednesday morning. A d
30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EASTERN THEATRE. (OFFICIAL.)

EASTERN THEATRE. (OFFICIAL.)

RUSSIAN DESPATCH BATTLE WITH GERMANS. GUNS ABANDONED DEFEATED AUSTRIANS.
30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PRINCE’S THEATRE POPCL.VR DRAMAS POPULAR PRICES. Twice Nightly, at 7 and 9. THE FACE THE WINDOW.

PRINCE’S THEATRE POPCL.VR DRAMAS POPULAR PRICES. Twice Nightly, at 7 and 9. THE FACE THE WINDOW.

30 September 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England