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RACING STATISTICS. The Leading Successes ot the Season.

RACING STATISTICS. The Leading Successes ot the Season.

After the close of last week's meeting at Newmarket. which marks the end of the present restricted flat-racing season, it is poseihle to give an idea of the participators who have emerged most suceeesfully. In the following list of winning owners it will be noted that Mr. Neuman
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SiAIN.IIIIANT &NERVES. ZEPPELIN SHOCK, NERVE WEAKNESS, AND - - - MENTAL IMPRESSION. (Porrowls 4 OT.) Don't ta:l lo I. lea

SiAIN.IIIIANT &NERVES. ZEPPELIN SHOCK, NERVE WEAKNESS, AND - - - MENTAL IMPRESSION. (Porrowls 4 OT.) Don't ta:l lo I. lea

YOU will be better ur, 6 • Pliaiphorss. 1 000 hI X IS rain; Extract. I 1 II ono ÜbMI. Dose: I or I se te insel. (Vlrttn:P.r r nad e (144 tab:stet.
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Weak and Tremulous Nerves

Weak and Tremulous Nerves

31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
. -....---_ MOTORS. CYCLES. guarailteed Tyre. Sel.: Beaded. Ild.: Inner T,les froui ; TYras frvtn : 1,1110 r' 3 '.

. -....---_ MOTORS. CYCLES. guarailteed Tyre. Sel.: Beaded. Ild.: Inner T,les froui ; TYras frvtn : 1,1110 r' 3 '.

... ----------------I—CLIWTS. Is. Yd.. etc. We Sr. the very Fun v..ti tir T ARCE FREE CATALOGCE. containing ..k11_17„..77..ea5c0rr.,10.47,911.2d.m5eni.• DMA 5. The Raid' models Capta:a " CYCWII. mu v. TVs' from Zs ed. PILOCII.r. MO CYCLOID, 65 56 0 6 6s 61. Moto Tyres fur cycler
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
.1 .. A SCRAP OF PAPER. of a newspaper by my wife, but the side I.saw contained a message that

.1 .. A SCRAP OF PAPER. of a newspaper by my wife, but the side I.saw contained a message that

seemed expressly • _____._.... . sent to me. It was an advertisement of a 1 : An Accidental Discovery. cure for Nerves—and I need hardly tell vou Iron-Ox Tablets was the specific advertisCd. / M s - o tl i ;, l n e e those victim of nerves.irritay le, g- I was impressed by the s
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
EDGED SHOPPING. ALL a s rticles of General Utility offered he - sale in The Weekly Dispatch ' carry a

EDGED SHOPPING. ALL a s rticles of General Utility offered he - sale in The Weekly Dispatch ' carry a

guarantee ot money returned it purchaaste.aro not satistiert provided the goods are Tete; hitt three days in the same .'hen sent mat. This applies to ouch r Ct Furolture, Watches, Clothes, , but not to piece goods such as materials festered front pattern; if the am in accordance
31 October 1915 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
RUMANIA’S HOUR OF DECISION. EXPECTED TO JOIN BALKAN WAR ON SIDE OF THE ALLIES.

RUMANIA’S HOUR OF DECISION. EXPECTED TO JOIN BALKAN WAR ON SIDE OF THE ALLIES.

ENTENTE POWERS' TEMPTING OFFER. RUSSIAN TROOPS MAY LAND AT RUMANIAN PORT ON WAY TO BULGARIA. Rumanla, having: been offered by the Entente Powers the realisation of her complete national aspirations—Transylvania, the Bukowina and Bessarabia—is about to throw in her lot with the A
31 October 1915 - The People - London, London, England
 
HER PROUD BOAST,

HER PROUD BOAST,

A Walthamstow woman summoned at Stratford yesterday for using bad language, was told that she had acted, disgracefully, when she retorted; "I don’t think disgrace, and have had 21 children.” —Fined Kb.
31 October 1915 - The People - London, London, England
 
Our Chance in Macedonia.

Our Chance in Macedonia.

Germany, by carrying the war into the Macedonian theatre, has given the opportunity using our excess forces the best advantage. We ought to have perceived this the very outset and have prepared, in conjunction with Serbia, operation whiol the enemy has now forced upon us, 1 say
31 October 1915 - The People - London, London, England