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CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &c., WANTED. Defence of tlie Realm Act. (Order Council No. 384.) Notice.—Advertisements the Bituation3 Vacant columns from. Firms

CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &c., WANTED. Defence of tlie Realm Act. (Order Council No. 384.) Notice.—Advertisements the Bituation3 Vacant columns from. Firms

whose business consists ■wholly or mainly in engineering, shipbuilding, or the production of arms, aatnvunition, explosives, or substances required for the production thereof, are, in order comply with Regulation. 8 the above Act, subject the following- conditions: — "So person
25 October 1915 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Quickly ' and Sorefy Conquers Constipation Don't let constipation poison your blood and curtail your energy. I (.your liver and

Quickly ' and Sorefy Conquers Constipation Don't let constipation poison your blood and curtail your energy. I (.your liver and

bowe.s don't work properly, get phial of Carter's L i 111 e Liv e r A.-J.-.r' Pills o-d appetite, tr t headache and blotchy skin, nothing can equal them. Purely vegetable. Small Pill—Small Dost—Small Prlca. GENUINE must bear signature AST ILE gOAPv ■gEST IN THE WORLD. Inside Wra
25 October 1915 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. HOUSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &o. ] ON SALE, Good PONY • cheap.—s3, Cross-street, Gorton. - GOOD CART

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. HOUSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &o. ] ON SALE, Good PONY • cheap.—s3, Cross-street, Gorton. - GOOD CART

HORSE; also good VANNER, 4 years.— B. ASHTON, Farmer, BLACK MARE, rising 7, 2 Sets of HARNESS, and 2 LORRIES: dealers.—l 49, Tippln-g-strew'■ Ardwlck. STRONG FLOAT, weight 7Jcwta, good working oon- Cltlon-. £17.—Jas. Laing. Son & Co., 1. Cooper-street GHOOD HORSE, 8 years old, c
25 October 1915 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR. Nurse's Suggestion to Commemorate Nurse Cavell. Sir, —Every nurse our country will do something commemorate the heroic

LETTERS TO EDITOR. Nurse's Suggestion to Commemorate Nurse Cavell. Sir, —Every nurse our country will do something commemorate the heroic

life and death of Nurse Edith CavelL We ask ourselves what would be the best, the most permanent method, and .the one above all others she might have chosen herself, in which enshrine the memory o»f her love for her country? Personally, I think it might have pleased her if every
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN WATER BILL INQUIRY.

ABERDEEN WATER BILL INQUIRY.

FISH "HAPPY" IN LIME, The case for Corporation Aberdeen in their application for Provisional Order to allow them take three million more gallons of water from the Dee—making II millions in all—and to construct a liming station, reservoir, and other works, at approximate cost of
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ALLIES' PUSH IN WEST.

ALLIES' PUSH IN WEST.

FINE BRITISH ATTACK. HEROIC DEEDS OF OUR TROOPS. A COOK'S ACHIEVEMENT. (Special War Service.) The Press Association's correspondent at the British Headquarters in France the following dispatch, dated October 22: While the main push in the British offensive last month was made so
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COL. MAUDE ON SERBIAN CAMPAIGN.

COL. MAUDE ON SERBIAN CAMPAIGN.

MACKENSEN'S NE\y PHALANX IMITATING THE POLICY OF THE RUSSIANS Colonel F. N. Maude, writing "Sunday Tunes," says—All the news from Serbia'during til© week confirms opinion that the Allies taiia region have the situation well in hand, and thoroughly understand the best means of br
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The funds of the National Committee £ot Relief Belgium now exceed £1,040-, COO. -Of-this amount £1,000.000 has already been inverted

The funds of the National Committee £ot Relief Belgium now exceed £1,040-, COO. -Of-this amount £1,000.000 has already been inverted

into food for the 2,750,000 Belgians in Belgium whom to? 'German* refuao to i^id.
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AUTUMN CULTIVATION.

AUTUMN CULTIVATION.

GIVEN SOLDIERS. The Board Trade base been informed the Army Council that, in -view the possible shortage of agricultural labour for tbe autumn cultivations Scotland, furlough will be given the discretion of tbe military authorities, and as 11 stances may permit, to a number the
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. FUMED OAK HF.DEOOM SUITE Warrdrobe, Dressing Chest. Washstand, and Chair, £9 17s ; Oak Bed, full

MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. FUMED OAK HF.DEOOM SUITE Warrdrobe, Dressing Chest. Washstand, and Chair, £9 17s ; Oak Bed, full

size, Robert Camming, 71 Broad Street. SUITE, £7 10s: another, 15s; Wardrobe. 555; TaihLe, 6d; Pair Toilet Tables, 15s; Sewing Machine, 20s; Chest O.G. Drawers, £ I 15s. Robert Oummitig, 71 Broad Street. R" and IXjOKOASE, £10; Dressing Chest, £3 of Drawers. 355, 455; £3 10a; Lou
25 October 1915 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland