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FEEDING OUR ARMY.

FEEDING OUR ARMY.

ARRANGEMENTS THAT WORK WITHOUT A HITCH. Daily Express special correspondent at Paris reports that the British supply and transport services are working with the regularity clockwork, despite the long distances that have to be covered. The men thoroughly approve the new tinned ra
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
,i r Un So p 4 P-e. keltic 4 t * P-c. b Cen

,i r Un So p 4 P-e. keltic 4 t * P-c. b Cen

30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TRADE IN THE NORTH OE

TRADE IN THE NORTH OE

ENGLAND. MIDDLESBROUGH. Tuesday The North of England and Cleveland pig-iron trade has developed a slightly easier tone so far as warrant iron is concerned, but for named brands merchants and makers name full last week’s rates. There is a fad of one penny m warrants, which brings
30 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BUILDING

BUILDING

PERMANENT 111--LUVF I'L'ND C14J.000. I' 1 L,SV«. • o-_» c. per » Ab--c'u(« iscuritf '• .• If-r> I'toiON-ta* frea. inJ Sou. 45. N:w iura>.-i. k95. • >'■ I'T Hill. Seer
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TUE ENGLISH FIRM WITH A SOUND REPUTATION

TUE ENGLISH FIRM WITH A SOUND REPUTATION

TUE ENGLISH FIRM WITH SOUND REPUTATION CHALLENGE.— JOHN A. CAMPBELL. 15. GREAT CLYDE STREET. Y {Clydeelde. near Stock- GLASGOW, with ear* experience Skin Disease Expert, having tested every *kio cure introduced, now claims that TRUE SKIN CURE. " DOMINO BRAND, is the beat ever d..
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FURNISHED HOU3S3 <fe APARTMENTS

FURNISHED HOU3S3 <fe APARTMENTS

FURNISHED APARTMENTS HIGHLY recommended APARTMENTS. pleasantly situated, near cart; gentlemen.—3, Lou* Street, Road. J.reds. COMBINED ROOM or Lodging*: sitting-room; piano; beth- N-/ room; central; terms moderate.—lo3, Belle Vue Road, 1 CIIAPELTOWV. stage —Superior SITTING and BF
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
O. SCRCTUN * JO. BARKER LAN*. YORK.

O. SCRCTUN * JO. BARKER LAN*. YORK.

. - _1 PKCT I. fc-S ud< KYEU Mia >!M Sold Fill*! ooroplil* Bight U.-iliidi. Ireh-BtUi, Ltd, 6, Boh. Lttdg.
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
M AKING UP LEEWAY.

M AKING UP LEEWAY.

In side street near Whitehall two well-dressed young men were wen demolishing a loaf bread. To the practised eye was cosily apparent that neither famished; th- task was more labour of lore than desire. Of course (relates the " Daily Citizen"), there always someone less able cont
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH BRIGADIER'S STORY.

FRENCH BRIGADIER'S STORY.

Mr. T. Mills, of Hill Top Mount, Leeds, has received an interesting letter from Brigadier Eugene Deiattre, now with the French army. M. Delattrc has many friends Leeds, having been a student at tho Leeds University until two years ago. During these two months," writes, '* have w
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
GERMANS' GREAT DANGER

GERMANS' GREAT DANGER

this progress will be any use to them seems doubtful, for they can no longer trouble the French by attack from the west of the Mouse, they did ten days ago; and meanwhile forces are advancing from Toul to the south to threaten their flank. The actual situation can scarcely be ju
30 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England