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ROBERT M`CALLUM QUALITY STORES, 226 BROOK STREET. Telephone 5y4.

ROBERT M`CALLUM QUALITY STORES, 226 BROOK STREET. Telephone 5y4.

A Teutonic Crime. k BRITISH NURSE EXECUTED BY THE GERMANS. Man's duty when against his native land The forces of a treacherous foe are cast, Is to .uprise and strike with steady handl And seek no rest until the peril's past; He has the strength of arm by Nature given. And throug
22 October 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE BROUGHTY FERRY WADE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915.

THE BROUGHTY FERRY WADE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915.

22 October 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE PRIVATE F. WORLEY.

THE LATE PRIVATE F. WORLEY.

Mr. and Mr•. lmuiN Worley. of Chalfant St. Gikc, hate reeeited the following letter from Sister Whine*, of St. John's Ambulance Brigade Hospital, Frame, with reNpeet to the death of Private FraneiN Worley, of the 19th Territorials. also Nueeumbed to wounds rmeived during the gre
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD DERBY'S RECRUITING WEEK,

LORD DERBY'S RECRUITING WEEK,

rt•isi.lr a There was a meeting of the local recruiting committee. which was appointed a few weeks after war broke out, held in the Wesley Hall, Southall, on Tuesday evening, when consideration was given to Lord Derby's recruiting scheme. After wane discussion it was agreed to c
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
NAY'S.

NAY'S.

WOrNDED.—Mr. and Mrs. William Price. of Churth-walk, Hayes, have the einem, symmithv of the parish ma the news they received on Tuesday that their son, Private Henry Matthew tries, of the Royal Berks. had been sounded on September 29th. Private Price enlisted on Awst 25th, 1914.
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
LOCAL POLICE NEWS. HEARD AT uxsrnoCE.

LOCAL POLICE NEWS. HEARD AT uxsrnoCE.

Piny% SWISIONS. Monday.— Before Messrs. 'W. R. Kyles (chairman), T. Wild, R. R. Robbins. W. Ashton, H. S. Hutton, and H. Mitchell. Ovall THE LIMIT.— Roland L. Buser. Hampstead, was summoned for exceeding the motor limit. His sped was given as over Mika on a motor-cycle. Fined lt
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
TERID%T. – Re.fory Mr. W. Ashton.

TERID%T. – Re.fory Mr. W. Ashton.

TERID%T. - Re . fory Mr. W. Ashton. . Dot•s►.--John Sht.pley. of George-street was charged with being drunk and incapable. —He admitted the offence.—P.e. Gentle mid that at three o'clock the precious afternoon lw found prisoner lying on the footway in George-street int-apishly dr
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
VEGETABLES.

VEGETABLES.

SALADS Sl' ;NY - Besides filling the garden, as a means to Idling the stomach in spite of the war, a window in the home Might be for the duration of the war turned into an indoor kitchen garden. Mustard and cress, and lettuce leaves, are quite easily grown in the window of a sun
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
FLOWERS.

FLOWERS.

THR Rosa.—Few district!: ianivit produce flowers of England's national floral emblem. It has been said that roses cannot be successfully grown in a city. but this is refuted by five brave little bushes which bloom in the heart of the City of London -in the garden at the north-ea
22 October 1915 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England