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COWARDLY GERMAN RESE.

COWARDLY GERMAN RESE.

After rome cases of village fighting which occurred earlier in the war it was reported by mune of our oMcers that the Germans had attempted to approach to Gloat quarters by forcing priaopers to march in front of tfaein. The tiermana have recently repeated the same trick on a lar
29 September 1914 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

WIDENS EXPLOITS TnUR ERMSH STEAMERS 111. Pre', Burma The Atheirehy aneeseee the Germen the patt few has In Indaso four British ships and rapt and a collier The ere.. were teseekered erbieb yea she esptuted bat rebated an order to take the to Colotebe, whore they arri.ed this - .
29 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SHOP ASSISTANTS AND HOURS JEST RKSOLETTION.

SHOP ASSISTANTS AND HOURS JEST RKSOLETTION.

Al • of Mos ihripsrs and Mr. Jobe Wilkinson (presides() Is Mu It was been Gime- Med &weft to mployiag their suittioto tall istosd osly reatonsrati•g Wm part Tina was sot of any tieduuse esenutsidor rho Aporiation. If are empkryed Irrll fall are paid. In when ruleord to in foond
29 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FURS ! FURS! F UR M OP'S. F UR S TOLLS. FUR W. bold a selection of Pars la a

FURS ! FURS! F UR M OP'S. F UR S TOLLS. FUR W. bold a selection of Pars la a

make. and shapes at gums that enll attention. FUR ALTERATIONS. Now is the for Tam mid our be pleated to advise gabitahla to alter-et:one he taillagmphad. • OUR DRESS AND COSTUME MEN DETAR ander mawr ienced and ameba m. always to the with all that is Newest end Patafactios MOURNI
29 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Deaths FROBISHER.-81.1, 27, 1914. at Ann Frobisher, 71 yeses, of dm Isle Jo-rob of Halt4n4.—lnterment on thaa 39, 1914, St.

Deaths FROBISHER.-81.1, 27, 1914. at Ann Frobisher, 71 yeses, of dm Isle Jo-rob of Halt4n4.—lnterment on thaa 39, 1914, St.

Pant's, King tkoes, as 1 p FURNE& 9 .—On Sept. 21Ith. 1914, at 11, field-tarraco. Crantt Yak. Ftam 93. Interment at Liaterlane Cemetoey at to-morrow (Wednesday). Me ham. Vale. at 1.39 —Frn e aga p only) intitn•tion —On Sept 2 , th, 1914, Susannah. men of Limb. at. •,1 90, Rurn:r
29 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX PERMANENT PERMANENT THE WAR AND THRIFT. a. MI who hays he the past are prepared are thrifty mow and

HALIFAX PERMANENT PERMANENT THE WAR AND THRIFT. a. MI who hays he the past are prepared are thrifty mow and

In On will suffer least from the War. has am £..,. d. -- of .ast le andety after Mr de Weary and no withdrawals buas delayed payment. lie Wrong pealllanle shown by it. AMES FONDS over 821110.000 Is Immediately avallsbis and are baew ea 515_ - ys other awed is VOCE RILL. evening
30 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. PERCY HARRISON begs respectfully announce that, in response the many requests ho has received from time time since he

MR. PERCY HARRISON begs respectfully announce that, in response the many requests ho has received from time time since he

discontinued them, has determined reestablish his NNUAL SERIES of SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS in Sheffield. The effect the war has, however, greatly interfered with the arrangements he had concluded for the forthcoming Season, and the necessary explanation as regards which (as also pa
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH AND OTHER LANGUAGES LEARNT EASILY AND RAPIDLY AT THE BILLOT FRENCH SCHOOL. FOSTER’S BUILDINGS, 22, HIGH STREET. ALL LESSON’S

FRENCH AND OTHER LANGUAGES LEARNT EASILY AND RAPIDLY AT THE BILLOT FRENCH SCHOOL. FOSTER’S BUILDINGS, 22, HIGH STREET. ALL LESSON’S

GIVEN BY NATIVE TEACHERS. ENTIRELY under FRENCH and ENGUSH Management. Prospectus Free. Telephone 481 Central.
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
POULTRY, BIRDS, &c.

POULTRY, BIRDS, &c.

our . Second-hand, 6ft. sft., for : UCW Gnrden, and Oreenb'ouse; uo ect ! ‘.' i j U ; atalc«jue free.—F. T. Walker, Building Works, Derbyshire lane, Sheffield. farms, agistment, &c. GlSTitENT.—Plenty g-ood GRASS to be eaten oil the Old Racecourse at Hedmires ; cattle and sheep i
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OLD FALSE TEETH Bought, any condition Highest prices obtained ONLY from MYERS City Watchmaker, 17, Moorhead, Sheffield. QEALSKIN JACKETS. Fur-lined

OLD FALSE TEETH Bought, any condition Highest prices obtained ONLY from MYERS City Watchmaker, 17, Moorhead, Sheffield. QEALSKIN JACKETS. Fur-lined

Coats, Carriage O Rugs and Furs of every description re-made into latest styles practical furrier on premises.—Harry Cassell, 107, Pinstone st. opp. Empire. late George st. Please note our only address in Sheffield.
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England