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MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.

MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.

lADT will ADOPT little Girl, 7 10 ; premium; J good home.—Mrs. Johnston, 156, Derby lane, Sioneycroft, Liverpool. BRICKS, RUBBLE, and RED FURNACE RUBBISH Wanted.—Morley at New Schools, W’alkley. OLD BRICKS and Rubble Wanted, also Red Furnace Rubbish ; sd. load given,—Brown’e Pow
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Miss WATSON

Miss WATSON

'Uth. —. Durley Hail. Finest West Cliff, full South, central. Tel. tariff.—Mr. and Mrs. A. Mobba. *%MOUTH. The OSBORNE AND PRIORY. !r Pier and Gardens. 100 rooms. BRITANNIA HOTEL. 184. First-clasa FanuJy and Commercial, r,.special Season Terms-. A'* M, props. L. SUTrON, Managere
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Alleged Maiming of British Wounded.

Alleged Maiming of British Wounded.

Alleged Maiming British Wounded. Mr Hunt asked the Prime Minister whether he had received any official information as the killing women and children, of inoffensivo persons and non-combatants, and of the killing and maiming of our wounded soldiers. Mr. Asquith said no official in
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
and the

and the

“SHEFFIELDI TELEGRAPH’ ITS OLDEST & LARGEST MORNING NEWSPAPER, Minimum temperature and sunshine lor the day which they are entered. Minimum air temperature, maximum grass temperature, rain, and wind velocity lor the 24 hours ending 9 a.m. Barometer: F, falling:. R. rising; S, st
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
HILLSBRO’ KINEMA.

HILLSBRO’ KINEMA.

KINEMA. The Last Round,” a thrilling boxing drama, is the principal attraction at the Hillsborough Kincraa House. The picture is exclusive to the Kinema House. Two other films, “Hearts Swords” and “When Hazel met the Villain” arc *f best comic order. Thursday the programme will c
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
For further particulars, please

For further particulars, please

Telegrams; Cecelia, Baal, London. Tel.: Gerrard 60. HOTE^ THE
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Salt of Life.

The Salt of Life.

The VICE-CHANCELLOR of the University, who addressed the men, reminded them that when Lord Kitchener dismissed his .army the close of the South African War said. •‘My men, you have tasted the salt of life.” They, the men of the Sheffield Battalion, were about to taste the salt o
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Great Duke.

The Great Duke.

The Westminster Gazette gives two sayings of the Duke of Wellington that are appropriate just now. To the Gormans we may apply his answer When asked how he managed beat Napoleon’s Marshals: They planned their campaigns just 9 you might make a splendid set of harness. It looks ve
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR EDWARD CARSON.

SIR EDWARD CARSON.

Sir Edward Carson, who also spoke, said Ulster’s one object had been to cause no difficulty the Government. They asked for no terms, and they got none. Unlike others, they did not object to go under the War Office. (Hear, hear.) They did not make speeches calculated to humbug an
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ROTHERHAM TOWN’S SLT

ROTHERHAM TOWN’S SLT

ROTHERHAM TOWN’S SL Rotherham Town had Doncaster visitors to Clifton Lane last evening very encouraging victory. goals to one in the first half, and ado goals in the second half, the final so , ROTHERHAM TOWN Doncaster Rovers LONDON PROFESSIONAL CHARI'T* Chelsea O Millwail . . •“
15 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England