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LATEST WILLS.

LATEST WILLS.

Probate has been granted the wills of the following: Major Arthur Joseph Clay, of Grangewood House, Overseal, Derby, who died on February 18, leaving £53,489. Lieut. Harry Gustav Bing, of 38, Bryanston-square, W., who was killed in action on May 18, leaving £73,716. By mutual ag
16 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRUTH ABOUT HILL 701

TRUTH ABOUT HILL 701

Belated but nevertheless welcome is the exhibition of candour by the Undersecretary for War in bis answer to Mr. Annan Bryce. Just a week ago the Nation and the New Statesman threw doubt the natural inference drawn from the vague character of Sir John French’s dispatch that the
16 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GIOBE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1918.

THE GIOBE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1918.

KING FERDINAND’S AUDACIOUS MANIFESTO. ADMISSION OF THE ALLIES* SYMPATHY. •* THE WAR IS NEARING A CLOSE.” Sofi*. OetoUr (r«c«iy«4 The following »ign*« .Kmg Ferdinand, and counter-eigned by all the Ministers, has been issued here. Bulgarians! You have all been w,tcesSe3 ot the unp
16 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Stamp News & Notes.

Stamp News & Notes.

series of -drawings depicting the diveriions of ft “man about,-town” who stays af home at night owing to the new' lighting regulations, the cartoonist . the Daify Mtrr&r ahows Mm sticking his stiufipsin ’aft album ami of a paste brush. Surely Mr. better than to make'a display of
16 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PANTOMMES OF THE SECOND WAR CHRISTMAS. TWO SHOWS A NIGHT OR ONE? COMEDIAN WHO WILL GET

PANTOMMES OF THE SECOND WAR CHRISTMAS. TWO SHOWS A NIGHT OR ONE? COMEDIAN WHO WILL GET

£250 A WEEK.
16 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALL BRITISH.

ALL BRITISH.

Valkasa N*RV« FOOD. Invigorating Nutrlaot fw BRAIII LASSITUDE, nod NERVOUS debility. a..*..**
16 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRICE 3d.

PRICE 3d.

To be had from all Newsagents. Secure your Copy at once. There will be no Second Edition. ESP Ea oottr.ei«lf t vreoa m LeultaiuM St. BA ( »
16 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Messrs. Dtok Kerr's Returns.

Messrs. Dtok Kerr's Returns.

The profits of Diok, Gerr, tynd Co.. Ltd., for the year ended 30th, are returned at compared with 767. nths previous twelve* months, while with the sum btxnigte forward there an available balance £72,485, compared with £35,036. The Preference shareholders got then- dividend. but
16 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
“THE MERRY: ANNUAL.”

“THE MERRY: ANNUAL.”

A copy a ni*'v. and somewhat unusual majranrfe}, The Merry is part ■ ; . ~, It is hope that The Merry Annual wu* make for a special comer in tHe affeC; tions the public. is devoted exclusively humour, contains direct reference the war, and is produced’in sumptuous style; m fact,
16 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ROYAL' ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

ROYAL' ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

The semi-annual Mcuopolitui Exiumna.ion of musical composer.. Perfumers “chers, will be held a* *heAca*®y durm« C 'feademy Music, and have «ha right appending the letters L.R.A.M., to Seir names. During the Ust ten candidates have have for this of wh ? ro . passed or average pea
16 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England