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Goal; Y. W. 1.. D. PoI l l - 844.1.te. Notts Canty Leo at •T You. Not'. Yorifit S ;

Goal; Y. W. 1.. D. PoI l l - 844.1.te. Notts Canty Leo at •T You. Not'. Yorifit S ;

I al 13 II Bradford ........ 5 I 17 II Leeds City 8 5 J 1129 15 14 Barasky 9 4 4 I 11 22 • 9 Liaeoi• city 9 4 4 1 20 11 flud#eraleld Ton S 3 3 2 14 11 R i m city Shellleld Vaibed Bradford City .—, 3 5 0 14 16 Derby Comity ..... - 3 17 9.1 I Grimsby Tows . 1 5 3 12 '2l 3 Wedeetds
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
go from bad to worse. Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield Wednesday stiowed that their repentance of the previous week was sincere

go from bad to worse. Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield Wednesday stiowed that their repentance of the previous week was sincere

by each achieving a second victory. Bolton's success was very meritorious. tor playing at Manchester they beat the City. Stoke's defeat 01 Lverton placed Burnley at the bead a the Lancashire table with Stoke themselves as runners-up. Had Leicester Fosse scored another goal at Bu
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Amusement Guide. WEST END THEATRES. AMBASSADORS , 2nd " ( X. l'vel.ran's ktr1;:l. nt Revue. or 11111 NCI t Edu..td

Amusement Guide. WEST END THEATRES. AMBASSADORS , 2nd " ( X. l'vel.ran's ktr1;:l. nt Revue. or 11111 NCI t Edu..td

Jones. Evevy C•gning. at 5.50. Mu . .. .et 2.10. Reseent_2lft TIIIEATRE.--*We %Lows sad Ilmustter. Alnr Chudlecl , . Commences s.po. At, 9. ittv". "Miii, kr't! "Hy Alkti diMenn - rrne .1.11 WM Pln2. Mats. SI Weds., Tbur... WWII— 2.30. GAIETY. 50-NIGHT'Y NIGUT. (111CU-FNIIIII Doi
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
HERBERT

HERBERT

By THE KING. in his inspiring to the country, speaks of "the struggle between my people and a l i l gh l 3 organised enemy." The use of that ' phrase" highly organised " in regard to the enemy is very significant. No one would suggest that the phrase" highly organised " could be
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
IN ANY CONDITION. HAVE YOU GOT ANY? pay 611 for each tooth pinned on vulcanite. 2s. each on env( r,

IN ANY CONDITION. HAVE YOU GOT ANY? pay 611 for each tooth pinned on vulcanite. 2s. each on env( r,

3 each on gold. Ee. each ou platinum, Cash immediately Satisfaction guaranteed. or teeth returned promptly.* Let me talk maitt common sense. What is the use of false tem% that you In not , , sear lying idle in your tlrisrerS It is indeed practical economy to exchange t hem for u
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE DEAF A great discovery has been made by which all persons suffering from Deafness and Noises be permanently

TO THE DEAF A great discovery has been made by which all persons suffering from Deafness and Noises be permanently

cured. FuH particular% a this Great Remedy will be sent post free. Write N. SUFTIIII. 11. alirrsr IL Greed Strast
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SEND FOR A FREE BOX. your name sad address and two penny stamps for postage, etc. , to Dr. Cassell'

SEND FOR A FREE BOX. your name sad address and two penny stamps for postage, etc. , to Dr. Cassell'

Co.. Ltd. (Box AY 7), Chester Road, Eng., and you will reeei e a trial box free.
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
"I shouted it till I was hoarse, 7,m--iv Q. I must, I must have • , HOLBROOK'S SAUCE HOLBROOK'S HOLBROOK'S

"I shouted it till I was hoarse, 7,m--iv Q. I must, I must have • , HOLBROOK'S SAUCE HOLBROOK'S HOLBROOK'S

WORCESTERSHIRK PUNCH SAUCH 11111 til SAUCE. (in the big bottle).
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
FIERCE STRUGGLE FOR LA COURTIt4E. Four German Attacks in Champagne Repulsed.

FIERCE STRUGGLE FOR LA COURTIt4E. Four German Attacks in Champagne Repulsed.

31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WAR ITEMS.

WAR ITEMS.

SHIRKERS' LATILST DODO& In order to evade military service large numbers of young men in Wales have gone to work in the mines. ENOUGH FINEMLN SOLDIERS. Owing to the fact that 250 have already done so, no more London firemen are to be allowed to join the naval and military forces
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England