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'BUS DRIVER AND CONDUCTOR. .

'BUS DRIVER AND CONDUCTOR. .

The second bomb which dropped,” went the witness,- *' made hole 9ft. in diameter. One of the gas mains was strode and the fusing electric wires caused fire which took until five o’clock the next evening to put out, because the main had to be cut. But no real damage was caused, a
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
who servant, both She lived until the A woman kientifted her father ifl(. Ho was years bootmaker, ~ A woman,

who servant, both She lived until the A woman kientifted her father ifl(. Ho was years bootmaker, ~ A woman,

fifty-five years ol age, earned her living sailing fruit,* Was to without means, and it was slated gentleman was going to pay the eape of the funeraL “ATTEND THE OTHB* MAN FlltT.** A house decorator, forty-five years of age,' who went out to look for work, was -picked up badly i
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STiKIUHG EPLOSm.

STiKIUHG EPLOSm.

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18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AIR BOMBS IB SWITZcRLABD.

AIR BOMBS IB SWITZcRLABD.

UNKNOWN AVIATOR'S SURPRISE Visit. BERNE, Monday. A message from La Chaus de Fonds, Neuchfitel, Switaerland, says that one grown-up person and a child have been injured by the dropping of bombs by a foreign aviator who flew over the town at a quafter-past three yesterday afternoo
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE DAY.

NOTES OF THE DAY.

While this country is discesrieg the pros and COM reprkels for Zeppelin attacks, the French, in practical fashion, have dropped thirty bombs on the city Trfcves. The imhcatioos are tint we, like our Attica, are not likely to be diverted from the main ends attial warfare, which a
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AFFAIRS OF MISS VICTORIA HOIKS

AFFAIRS OF MISS VICTORIA HOIKS

A meeting of the creditors was held to-day under a receiving order recently made against Min Victoria Monks, of 15, Acaciaroa'd, St. John’s Wood, musk-hall artiste. In reply Mr. W. P. Bowyer, official receiver, Min Monks said she would have to go through bankruptcy. She had noth
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE

PALL MALL GAZETTE

ALIEN ENEMY DIVORCED. ENGLISH WIFE’S TALE OF BRUTALITY. . V •BY HE LEFT GERHANT. Tho story German waiteHa cruelty to hi* English wife and of miaoonduct waa related to Sir Samuel Eeana in the Divorca Court to-day. The petitioner, young woman not robust in appearance, aaid she mar
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

A LDWYCH. THE PRODIGAL SON. SV lIATINECS, tTiflary, U.; Pit, Im. Scaia bootod t/* Cerr.SUL
18 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LIFELESS BODY IS FOUND ON STAIRCASE,

LIFELESS BODY IS FOUND ON STAIRCASE,

AND MEDICAL EVIDENCE SHOWS WOUNDS WERE NOT SELF-INFLICTED. An open verdict was returned at inquest held at the Fort Pitt Hospital, Rochester, on Saturday on the body the late Sergeant Henry Fokes, aged 53. The circumstances of the case were tragic. Early in the morning the decea
18 October 1915 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRUSADE AGAINST RENT INCREASES.

CRUSADE AGAINST RENT INCREASES.

61 DUNDEE TENANTS ORDERED OUT. One Dundee landlord has already taken action in connection with the firm stand which is being made by large body of tenants in the city against the recent increase which has been imposed on the rents. On Saturday 61 tenants residing in a tenement b
18 October 1915 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland