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CHURCH SHELLED DURING

CHURCH SHELLED DURING

SERVICE. GHENT, Sunday Night. The Germans to-day again bombarded Alost, which the Belgians entered last night. The enemy had established batteries at Erembodeghem and Denderleeuw, after receiving reinforcements Bessels they attempted to capture the three bridges over the Dender
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Fleet Street, Tuesday, 6 a.m. 500 CIVILIANS SHOT. Wounded Thrown into River. inhabitant of Charleroi who has drived at Ostend, after overcoming almost insurmountable obstacles, gives an interesting account, telegraphs the Press Association correspondent, of what has occurred in
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HIPPODROME.

THE HIPPODROME.

“The Red Heads,” a bright burlesque, introducing Natt Carr. Armand Kahsz, and Maio Ash, and the red-headed beauty chorus, is the chief attraction the HipP .^/ 01116 and dances are taking, vvhilst the costumes presented by the red-haired models include all the latest designs, and
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST SC HATCHINGS.

LATEST SC HATCHINGS.

Two-Tear-Old Plate—Misprint. Visitors’ Plate —Pietor. First Nursery—Strathmashie, Sunbar, Arbella, Pasta, Prince Igor. Crowned Head, Alborak. Irish Duck, Sea Flier, Laomedia colt, Fanfarie, Whitefteld, Armoury. Triennial—Drawbridge, Belses, Favorita, Mag- BiflCO. Foal Stakes—Bra
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING of DONCASTER ROVERS’S CREDITORS.

MEETING of DONCASTER ROVERS’S CREDITORS.

meeting of the creditors of the Doncaster Rovers Football Co., Ltd., was called for yesterday at the offices Mr. P. J. Clarke, accountant. Among those present were Mr. F. H. Richardson and Mr. Mullins, with Messrs. Taylor and Shackleton, two of the old players. Mr. Clarke, in su
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Germans Came Out io

Germans Came Out io

Sergeant-Major Whitworth, oi j, who lives at Sandal, home for a short time, having the battle of Mons. At St. by a bullet which went right r , hip. When we went out,’ company were four officers and when left we had only one I know we lost heavily, but the must have been terrible
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLAN LINE: CAN ADA Quad.-screw Turbines MLSATIAN and CALGARIAN. LARGEST & F.#TEST IN THE TRADE. CHEAPEST l.lveipool: Grampian Oct. 9

ALLAN LINE: CAN ADA Quad.-screw Turbines MLSATIAN and CALGARIAN. LARGEST & F.#TEST IN THE TRADE. CHEAPEST l.lveipool: Grampian Oct. 9

CANADA. I London; Sicilian Got. early. Everything for Safety, Comfort and Convenience. ALLAN LINE. 19, JAMES ST.. LIVERPOOL; 14, Cockspur St, S.W., & 105, Leadenhall St, London, E.C. 'YY 1 S O N LINE.
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Wristlet Watches FOR • • ACTIVE SERVICE. guaranteed lever movements. LUMINOUS NUMERALS & HANDS. Specif Discount off Goods for Service.

Wristlet Watches FOR • • ACTIVE SERVICE. guaranteed lever movements. LUMINOUS NUMERALS & HANDS. Specif Discount off Goods for Service.

H. L. BROWN & SON, Ltd., 65, Market Place, 30, Regent Street, SHEFFIELD. LONDON.
29 September 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. ESTABLISHED 1790. TO DE PHONE 1934. BANK AUCTION MART COLSTON AVENUE, BRISTOL. JOHN E. PRITCHARD CO., (Fellow

SALES BY AUCTION. ESTABLISHED 1790. TO DE PHONE 1934. BANK AUCTION MART COLSTON AVENUE, BRISTOL. JOHN E. PRITCHARD CO., (Fellow

of the Auctioneers' Institute), laATE ALEXANDER, DANIEL, & CO., AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS, SURVEYORS, SALES BY AUCTION OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTIES every description. VALUATIONS for ESTATE DUTY and MORTGAGE. Telegrams: "Realise, Bristol." THURSDAY NEXT. BANK AUCTION MART, COLSTON
29 September 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MEN OF BRISTOL. RECRUITS WANTED for HOME and GENERAL SERVICE by the SOUTH MIDLAND ROYAL ENGINEERS 150 MEN of the

MEN OF BRISTOL. RECRUITS WANTED for HOME and GENERAL SERVICE by the SOUTH MIDLAND ROYAL ENGINEERS 150 MEN of the

following approved Trades : TELEGRAPH OPERATORS, CARPENTERS and Electricians, Whitesmiths. JOINERS, Masons, Printers, Plasterers, Painters, Wheelwrights, Sawyers, Plumbers and Gasfitters. Engine Drivers, Bricklayers, BLACKSMITHS, Coopers, Slaters, Tinsmiths, Clerks, COLLAR MAKER
29 September 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England