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EXEMPTIONS IX THE XANTWICH UNION

EXEMPTIONS IX THE XANTWICH UNION

Mr. J. Morley called attention to what described as abnormal number of exemptions in the Nautwich Union Area. Mr. Davenport said they were all neceaeitoua cases. Mr. Mobley said Standard IV. seemed to a very low position from which to grunt boy exemption. Mr. Davenport said in n
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH TROOPS BETTER THAN

BRITISH TROOPS BETTER THAN

GERMANS.
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH BSD CROSS SOCILTr. J w. pr»p&r«d the demMKle of the »bor« Society for lll»ahvte. Qalfce. Ac.. ShirtiDKS, Wioeoye. Flanneis.

BRITISH BSD CROSS SOCILTr. J w. pr»p&r«d the demMKle of the »bor« Society for lll»ahvte. Qalfce. Ac.. ShirtiDKS, Wioeoye. Flanneis.

Caliooee. Tovek. Jurist' Aprons, Cape. Oollare, Cufle. Ac. Bampitw and Patterns on AppJicaAion, COMPTON HOUSE. NORTHWICH.
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
VICTORIA'S G'.FT TO BELGIUM.

VICTORIA'S G'.FT TO BELGIUM.

The lion. Peter Mcßride, Agent-General in London for Victoria, cabled to the Victorian Government particulars of the appeal made by the Belgian Minister in London for food supplies for distressed Belgians. The Victorian Government promptly replied placing £5OO at the disposal of
8 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD BUXTON.

LORD BUXTON.

NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL ARRIVES AT CAPETOWN. Lord Buxton, the new Governor-fiener.il and High Commissioner, and Lady Buxton arrived at Cape Town this morning.— Reuter. Six lifeboats belonging to the Wilson liner Runo, sunk by a mine on Saturday, were i? it. ' (brought into Grimsbv
8 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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810 RACE.

810 RACE.

DONCASTER, Tu«<i<Uy. Tha last of tha claaatcs will be decided tomorrow, and if public form may be accepted a* a guide there are one two the likely runner* wRo Have claims coneidcration. The race appears reet between Hapsburg and Peter the Hermit. v Taking them through Corcyra th
8 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OVERGROUND TO EVERYWHERE We etlll here soete petrol, cere, and chanffeure. No chariWe In blre tariff. OAIMLEB COY.. Ltd.. Store

OVERGROUND TO EVERYWHERE We etlll here soete petrol, cere, and chanffeure. No chariWe In blre tariff. OAIMLEB COY.. Ltd.. Store

St. W.C. •Phone. RKGk.NT 4161
8 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STILL GROWING.

STILL GROWING.

THE COURIER & TELEGRAPH SHILLING FUND. TO-DAY'S TOTAL, 13,682. The " Courier " and " Telegraph " Shilling Fund grows rapidly. It is well on the way to the 15,000 mark, and when that figure is reached will be looking forward to the day when 20,000 will be topped. The object of th
8 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BY SEA OR STREAM—

BY SEA OR STREAM—

BY SEA STREAM— Out-of-doors—under all conditions—just as well indoors the desk, the Warerley Fountain Ten jjives supreme satisfaction. Safety is recommended for out-door writing. Price 12/5. bj Stationers. 4c.
8 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RECRUITING MEETINGS IN FORFARSHIRE

RECRUITING MEETINGS IN FORFARSHIRE

MAY BE ADDRESSED BY LORD CURZON. With the object of encouraging recruiting in the county a number of meetings will be held in the Forfarshire burghs, and it is expected that Lord Curzon will be present to address several of the meetings. A meeting called by the Earl Strathmore,
8 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland