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E. FORSHAW & SON, LTD.,

E. FORSHAW & SON, LTD.,

, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS. MERSEY BOILER WORKS, Mef*sey Street, WARRINGTON. MAKERS OF IRON CASTINGS front the smallest size up 2D ton, weight. Clean, Well-moulded and of Highest Quality. To buy the best finished castings is to frequently save per cent, labour, BRASS CASTINGS (any
15 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
PRACTICAL MEASURES TO DEAL

PRACTICAL MEASURES TO DEAL

WITH DISTRESS. IMPORTArBi kHOPOSALS. The representative committee of the Northwich urban and rural district# has now got to work, and everything poseible will lie done give prompt relief in any case* of distress that arise through the war. and see that the grants to the dependen
15 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15. 1914.

TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15. 1914.

15 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GERMAN JOURNAL SUPPRESSED.

GERMAN JOURNAL SUPPRESSED.

AMSTERDAM, Tuewfay, Orman nrw*papn- Kodn'iM ViJltMeiumg *• wa« on September 11 and 12 by the Germun Censor for having criticised in article the accusation by the German Emperor that Belgian priests had committed cruelties to injurrd German soldier* and Red nurse*. —Central New*.
15 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE NEXT MOVE.

THE NEXT MOVE.

150,000 SERVIAN TROOPS NOW IN HUNGARY. Reuter's Agency learns in well-informed Servian quarters that it is expected that the next movement the Servian Army will be an advance from Semlin towards* Budapest. The importance of the fall of Semi in and the fact that entrenchments, fo
15 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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TO PIECES.

TO PIECES.

Special Telegram, PARIS, Monday. .AmQf)g‘the baltlp stories current .horo one toe effect • that during a recent charge by the 12th Lancers and the Scots Greys on arbody German infantry. the latter threw down their rifles and held, up their hands! The British cffvalry were carrie
15 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CREDIT ACCOUNTS

CREDIT ACCOUNTS

tbt boiOMb Holbonw Tuesday. Seotembcr 2814 a
15 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
01.A7 HS. GREILN.—On September at Robert Henry Grose, aged 46 years. JONES.—On September 14th. at Caruici. well, Hannah Amel a,

01.A7 HS. GREILN.—On September at Robert Henry Grose, aged 46 years. JONES.—On September 14th. at Caruici. well, Hannah Amel a,

second at t h e late William Clutten. of Huntingfield and widow of Rev. Griffith Jones. Vicar of Rhes-y-Cae, Flintshire, aged years. LE.—On September 10th. at Halesworth Ethel Lee, aged 16 yeArs. WATLING.—On September at Eliza Watling. aged 78 years.
15 September 1914 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
GERMANS' GREAT EFFORT.

GERMANS' GREAT EFFORT.

At daybreak it became apparent that the enemy was throwing the bulk of hii atrength against the lett of the position occupied by the Second Corps and the 4th _ _ _ At this time the guns of four German Army Corp. were in position against them, and Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien reporte
15 September 1914 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
NAVAL CAPTAINS FOR LINERS.

NAVAL CAPTAINS FOR LINERS.

In 3 of appointmenta iv,uod fm Admiralty were throe of tour naval tains, who were given the commands of known Brifeh liners on their The names of the officers and their steamer' Rye: Captain J. R. Segrave—Tentonie. Captain W. R. Napier—Edinburgh Castle. Captain R. Chattertnn—Ora
15 September 1914 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England