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THE CLIPSTONE MURDER.

THE CLIPSTONE MURDER.

---1. - --. APPEAL DISMISSFE. In the Court of Criminal Appeal, yester(lay :Moody), At nie Smith, who was convicted on Oct. Wth, at Nottinghamshire the murder of a child, aged 24 years, whom she hail adopted, by hitting it on the with the heavy end of a long handled broom. appeal
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RETFORD TOWN COUNCIL WAR FUND. SECOND LIST.

RETFORD TOWN COUNCIL WAR FUND. SECOND LIST.

Mrs. tr. Pegler 50 0 0 M.r. John. Rowland, proceed of con- Mr. W. W. Stopford Brooke ... 20 0 0 W. J. Jenkins and Co., Ltd., employees and staff weekly subectiAtious (2nd instalment) ... 15 13 3 Retford Co-op. Society ... ... 10 0 0 O.C.R. employees weekly enbscrip- Wesleyan Chu
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MR. CM-IL If. ALLEN

MR. CM-IL If. ALLEN

CM - IL If. ALLEN and some matches, but beer must be elated in a tin box and be so if you could pack about one filOrfl email boxes Into a tin, with Capstan wtearetlew which are chnaper to buy in 50-tine than in atmante packe:43, cad I:eep treater. Also a lump of salt butter would
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE PLUCK OF TEM LINCOLN&

THE PLUCK OF TEM LINCOLN&

THE PLUCK OF LINCOLN& Private H. Brown, of the Ist Linevains, writing to his wife at Gainsborough from Connaught Hospital, Aldershot, states that he has had a bullet in his foot, and that a piece of shell has taken away a portion of his leg. Describing the way our troops have had
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MENIS, BOYS' and YOU). Second-hand OVERCOATS, ia all colours. shades VI styles , suitable tor winter for wor g men,

MENIS, BOYS' and YOU). Second-hand OVERCOATS, ia all colours. shades VI styles , suitable tor winter for wor g men,

to be cleared from 2/6 each. 411:0C - 1 -- SOLI/IEler OVERCOATS, bang napes, blue and grey; Youths' TELEGRAPH COATS, RAILWAY 3VERCOLT6. PILOT COATS, OIL SKIN COATS, to act cleared, from 5/6 each. MEN'S and YOUTHS' Working u JACKETS, in all cloths, clean and goad condition, from
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GENT'S GUAZDS, and double, every link stamped; Gold RINGS, Diamonds and others; SCARF PINS, PENDANTS. etc., 25 per east. lees

GENT'S GUAZDS, and double, every link stamped; Gold RINGS, Diamonds and others; SCARF PINS, PENDANTS. etc., 25 per east. lees

than irdinary prices.
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
EVERYMAN has joinzl it th a e A a rn o sl t i t ? e uld of have

EVERYMAN has joinzl it th a e A a rn o sl t i t ? e uld of have

in ' Of all Dr.J Collis Brow les ~,i, 29 and 46 • • Wheat CHILARODY . -..E . ' wk each b.: tie. THE REST REMEDY KNOWN FOR De. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S Chlorodyne being highly COUGHS, COLDS, concentrated and taken in drops, takes up no NEURALGIA, TOOTHACHE, RHEUMATISM. room in the Kit.
24 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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03 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FEARFUL LOSSES OF THE ENEMY.

FEARFUL LOSSES OF THE ENEMY.

There is a lull in the Battle of the Trenches. Each aide is pouring every available man, horse and gun into the fiercely-contested country from south-west of Lille to the dunes of the Belgian coast between the frontier and Nieuport. The Germans, it is said at the command of the
03 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE UNWRITTEN LAW. ---.., --- Husband Avenges Insult to Wife RE NIA RI C% BLE LINCOLN INCIDE THE OBSTREPEROUS COALMAN. WHO "WANTED ins OWN BACK."

THE UNWRITTEN LAW. ---.., --- Husband Avenges Insult to Wife RE NIA RI C% BLE LINCOLN INCIDE THE OBSTREPEROUS COALMAN. WHO "WANTED ins OWN BACK."

THE UNWRITTEN LAW. ---.., Husband Avenges Insult to Wife RE NIA RI C% BLE LINCOLN INCIDE THE OBSTREPEROUS COALMAN. WHO "WANTED ins OWN BACK." A remarkable story of how a husband avengist an insult to his wile, told at the Lincohi City Police-court, on when a labourer, John Robson
03 November 1914 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England