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141011 TOR TER BOAT.

141011 TOR TER BOAT.

TOR TER BOAT. AND TU3JIZ Mr. &lawn Mobs raked the Under Seemwry for War, the yesterday, whether be was aware tilt the feeling the Territorial Forces that they who had warted and trained for some yetis peat owe to be poet. Woad front to from in favour el the new army, the bulk of
18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
OASES OF HARDSHIP.

OASES OF HARDSHIP.

Mr. Tom Brown spoke of many rear which he had inverigated personally in which terrible hardship was being suffered hr the rhos and depondente of «Akers Bradford, the serious delay that bad taken plane in regard to the payment of money due to them derdent• and the del a y that ba
18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

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18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
KR. BORA2 LAW'S flongT.

KR. BORA2 LAW'S flongT.

KR. flongT. Mr. Boner law, who received with !mid Oppreition camera regretted the action the Gm earnment erre taking in noising party verses, tel raid he hid cherished the hope that as a resat' of this war it might he poseible to orolre a hens -”tent for the .hole Emptro, in sett
18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
BOXER FOR THE FRONT.

BOXER FOR THE FRONT.

18 September 1914 - Bradford Weekly Telegraph - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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17 September 1914 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE TIME our o rganization can t!e °l' real service to all kse We are a Britis Who have produced

THE TIME our o rganization can t!e °l' real service to all kse We are a Britis Who have produced

Min which has prove 'rethendous draw whe reve ‘ttreterled. shows that `thou/ precisely what te m , 'itlir e. 1 111 Inside Back Cove P tRAT:I ITOGRAPH C° LIMITE D ~~0 AFIELD STREE w.O
17 September 1914 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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1018 THE BIOSCOPE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1 9 14' Have YOU Ordered Our Great Feature AN ARTIST'S MODEL. Released November 2nd. Length 2,500 ft. 0. - ro A Stirring Story of Love and Hatred, Well portrayed, BOOK THESE REALLY WORTH—WHILE FILMS. UNDER TWO REGIMES. (UNlTE Released October 26t
17 September 1914 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING POLICE COURT CASE.

INTERESTING POLICE COURT CASE.

Arth C ro Percival Brooks, of 7, Overton's Yard, was summoned at Croydon Borough Police Tuesday, for allowing the Standard Gine- SuaraPh Theatre, Surrey Street, to be opened on move Y, August 36th. He was alternatively surnlic eri for exhibiting inflammable films without a the t
17 September 1914 - The Bioscope - London, London, England