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COATBRIDGE SOLDIER

COATBRIDGE SOLDIER

MISSING. Officer's Letter to Parents. Any information will 'be thankfully received by the wends, who reside at 5 Bute Terrace, Whiffiet, of Lame-Corners! John B. Hutton, B Coy., ?co. 7 Platoon, 6th Cameron Highlanders, who is r eported missing since 26th ner:w-ing is a letter re
23 October 1915 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TO.NIQHTB OFFICIAL GERMAN

TO.NIQHTB OFFICIAL GERMAN

REPORT. -To-night’s German report on the Balkan theatre of war says:— At Visegrad we forced a passage across the Drina, and die enemy was driven from the heights south of this place. The army of General von Koevess has stormed the enemy positioos between the Luka viva and the Ko
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
IROH CROSS FOR FERDIIAID.

IROH CROSS FOR FERDIIAID.

IROH CROSS FOR Saturday. According to has confernsd gross the First and Second Class. Renter. . *
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC RUSSIAN MOY&.

DRAMATIC RUSSIAN MOY&.

GERMAN RETORT OF SHELUIG OF COURLAU) COAST. TSAR'S TROOPS LARDED. {By Wirwlms.) x * N BEilllN Saturday. German Main Headquarters reports this afterndon as follows 1 . Russian vessels appeared (ha north* era coast of Counaod and bombarded Petraggo, Domesnees. and Gipken, and also
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE DAY.

NOTES OF THE DAY.

x The death of Dr. W. G. Grace will be received with aenae of beraaTeneat that few f ape among oar popular eaiebritiea could have evoked. Hia paraonalky linked with the oatkiDal game bjr long and brilliant career aa player, and alao by the feeling that hia character typified pec
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OPERA, Etc.

OPERA, Etc.

SEASON IN BNOUBa-*
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHURCH ARMTS WAR WORK.

CHURCH ARMTS WAR WORK.

The Archbishop* of Canterbury and York, the Bishop of London, and the Chaplain. General to the Force* warmly support an appeal by the Church 'Army for fund* to supply recreation huts and workers for the rest camp* on the Mediterranean, especially near Gallipoli. ' Huts cost £3OO
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
-New Ufa Centre, Bschstsin Rail, Wteumw street, W.—ILIS, Orlando Edgar Miller. Ph.D.

-New Ufa Centre, Bschstsin Rail, Wteumw street, W.—ILIS, Orlando Edgar Miller. Ph.D.

-New Ufa Centre, Rail, Wteumw street, W.—ILIS, Orlando Edgar Miller. Ph.D. SALVATION FOR ALL tka InlHt Ravladtan aoirs L-rta —-nq THE YOKOHAMA OPEOIE BAHK, LIMITBO, IMM t J>j«%MMi»» «A
23 October 1915 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Plsono 7V 2 FAVERSHAM.

Plsono 7V 2 FAVERSHAM.

JAMES JORDAN, West Street, FAVIIRSHAM. 11 Pro Pared to estimate for all ot Property Repairs. CARPENTERING, BRICKLAYING, PAPERHANGING, DISTEMPERING, PAINTING, DRAIN, CLOSET, and other SANITARY WORK. J. J. employe a oompeteet of workmee, can therefore guarantee sad practicability.
23 October 1915 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE MOUNT HOSPITAL. Admitted 8. Discharged 8. Remaining M.

THE MOUNT HOSPITAL. Admitted 8. Discharged 8. Remaining M.

GIF/13. ; Mrs. Mack, Mn.. Shipp, Mrs. Bray, Mrs. Sher! wood, Mr. Highwood, Mr. Burnes', abs. if. Nesme. Mr. flogben, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Amos, Miss Wyborn. Mr. Higdon, Mr. Brown, si n . Rigden, Mrs. Usher, Mr. Haverosmp, Lady Harris, Mr. Cruicksluinks, Mrs. Pierson, Sewage Work. i S
23 October 1915 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England