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Rifle Club Instructors.

Rifle Club Instructors.

Mr. H. Deardcn, writing of the rush to join the Kiflc Clubs, say* if every able-bodied man had been trained, the brave Belgian nation would not have suffered so severely- The blame must rest, upon who have told us (hat the cultured Germans would never disturb them their sleep. -
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AIR SCOUT’S DEATH

AIR SCOUT’S DEATH

Mr. R. T. Gates, the general manager f t h e London Aerodrome, Hendon, died the Central London Sick Asylum, yesterday morning. Mr. Gates met with an accident 'vbilst flying at the Aerodrome, on Thursday . Deceased, who was an expert cross-country pilot, had always said that in t
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
JpOR HOLIDAY SEASON.

JpOR HOLIDAY SEASON.

Don’t mar your holidays with Seaside Whisky and Cigars. AND CO., LTD., will pleased, as in past years, to securely pack and send to any address Wines, Spirits, and Havana Cigars, quality guaranteed, prices right SPECIAL BLACK LABEL Per Bott, SCOTCH WHISKY. 10 years 01d... 4s. 6d
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
(OFFICIAL.)

(OFFICIAL.)

Another dispatch from the British headquarters, carrying forward the story of the great campaign in France to Friday last, was made public yesterday. We are told that in their sudden “swerve” to the south-east Paris the Germans ignored the British “as being driven out of the fig
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GERMANS STILL IN FLIGHT. ALLIES’ PURSUIT. CROWN PRINCE’S FAILURE. HEAVY FIGHTING. The Allies are still vigorously pursn= ing the discomfited

GERMANS STILL IN FLIGHT. ALLIES’ PURSUIT. CROWN PRINCE’S FAILURE. HEAVY FIGHTING. The Allies are still vigorously pursn= ing the discomfited

enemy. In addi= tion to the retreat along the main line of battle, the army of the German Crown Prince, in the region of Verdun, has been driven back, and or* the Allies' right, from Nancy to the osges, the Germans are also in retreat. (PRESS BUREAU MESSAGE.) The following annou
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1914 Staffordshire C.C. % Stk., Ked. 1915- 35 Stockport Corn. % Stk., Ked. 1914-

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1914 Staffordshire C.C. % Stk., Ked. 1915- 35 Stockport Corn. % Stk., Ked. 1914-

. . . 78*1 Stockton-on-Tees Corp. 3 % Stk., Red. 1952 SO /, 82%*d Do. %’Stk., Tied. 1915-35 80*/, i Do. 3*4. % Stk., Red. 1928-68 89 91 Sioke-on-l'Tpnt Corp. % Stk., Red. 1914-43 . . . 78*/, 80*/, Surrey County % Stk., Red. 1922-32 83 85 Swansea Corp. 3y 2 % Stk 88 —9O Do. 5 Stk
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1914.

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1914.

PEOYISIONS. LIVERPOOL, Monday. BACON.—The easier feeling in the market for American bacon became more pronounced owing to the continued quiet demand and weakness cabled from Chicago. Past week’s shipments bacon from the Atlantic seaboard to Liverpool were also 2,000 boxes in exc
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HEPWORTHS. CLAY PIT LANE.

HEPWORTHS. CLAY PIT LANE.

LEEDS. •wwfy\Ti:o. \t'IUMST>. e*pe-fi,. Vd W oi.it -O R*d»rrU arm Co.. 5. St. HutV, TKOI'sERS MACHINISTS aud FI.NIsIIERS one*. p'. itv work; fir only need apply.—Freed maa and R«wenberg. Shannon Street MiE-. immediately, egperienred lor —Walter aud Ou., MiILa. LeeiL. IIANTtf and
15 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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15 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England