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IL-NORTHERX nATT.Y MAIC TPEBDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 19U.

IL-NORTHERX nATT.Y MAIC TPEBDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 19U.

I nATT.Y TPEBDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 19U. THE SOUTHERN WAB. •mrvlanm v. AUSTRIANS DEFEATED. epnlsed in Attempt to Cross tbe Drin. HORDEN CHABGE. Police-court Proceedings. special sitting of the Castle Eden Bench this afternoon, a miner named Edward Thomas Parham, of Horden, was charge
15 September 1914 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
tOCAX, B AIIAVAYMEN AND IHE WAS BELIEF FOND.

tOCAX, B AIIAVAYMEN AND IHE WAS BELIEF FOND.

tOCAX, AIIAVAYMEN AND WAS BELIEF FOND. At meeting convened the Weet Hartlepool Noe. 1 and Branchee the National Union of Railwajmen to decide the action of the railwaymen with regard fixed to to® War Belief Fund, 't was decided recommend the men agree to deduction from their wage
15 September 1914 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
CHCLMLEIGH, N. DEVON.

CHCLMLEIGH, N. DEVON.

O K gOHOOL, THOROUGH PXtEPABATIO.< FOR THE SCHOOLS, PROFESSIONS, AND BUSINESS. CAREFUL TRAINISO. Special Individual Atteut-on Delicate and Backward Pupils. Liberal Diet. Healthy (KBft. above level) a BeaoUlul Neighbourhood. Modem Buildings, with the Latest Improvcmenis in Lighti
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE NEW ARMY. POLICE AS DRILL INSTRUCTORS.

THE NEW ARMY. POLICE AS DRILL INSTRUCTORS.

Ih? request of the Wwr-offk'e. the Chief Coo*: of P.irtamouth (Mr. T. Davie*) ha* »eot two of the inspectors four sergeants and constable* the force, who were formerly non-eommiaaioned officers the army, the military hcad-quarteij* at Winchester as»»t driltinc the men Of Kitchen
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
TAFNTOX N.C.O.’S IMPRESSIONS.

TAFNTOX N.C.O.’S IMPRESSIONS.

Wrilioe to his father at Taunton, Lance-Corpl. Edwin flood say» - Ever*body hero i» the best of form, and there's weir lituo grtmiblitjg done, cren if there much to at. When thins l * seemed at their worst with were proridod with at least enough with. . , . The see look if they
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
»p Q U A Y T POOLZ’S MYRIORAMA OF THE GREAT WAR. TO-NtOHT AND DLBINO THE WEEK MATINEES AND SATURDAY

»p Q U A Y T POOLZ’S MYRIORAMA OF THE GREAT WAR. TO-NtOHT AND DLBINO THE WEEK MATINEES AND SATURDAY

A jpAVILION O R Q A Y TODAY AT AND & ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS. Mr. COOPER MTimBLL. the
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF

PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF

TO-DAY’S PAPER. LEADER Page. The Government and Home Rule-. 4 LONDON LETTER 4 NOTES IN THE WEST POLITICAL:— Parliament .p. _ Meeting of Unionist 7 GENERAL:— Funeral of Lient. Brockman, R.N. S'lvmouth Council naval and military 3 COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE 3 SHIPPING 3 WEATHER
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH RIFLE CLUB.

PLYMOUTH RIFLE CLUB.

Plymouth and District Rifle Club met last evening, Mr. W. E. Upficld presiding. The range, which is at Colliers' Stores. Southude-street, will opened tomorrow at 2.50 p.m. Mrs. Astor. The Mayor (Mr. T. Baker) baa accepted the presidency of the chib, and Mr. R. Motley has been ap
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WHY COMPROMISE IS DIFFICULT.

WHY COMPROMISE IS DIFFICULT.

It had been : If such cornpromis® views possible why should not compr©niis« bo proceeded with now? Why could not the Amending Bill reconsidered the House Coormona with the view arriving at some kind solution which would enable the Irish question be pot aside for the time being,
15 September 1914 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England