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FOREIGN MEAT AS ENGLISH.

FOREIGN MEAT AS ENGLISH.

Now that the cattle qaestiou is so much before the public the practice of telling imported beet and mutton as English is one that might well receive consideration. Mr. Alfred Mansell, secretary of the Shropebire Chamber of Agriculture, points out that eighteen years ago the Shro
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
SOME COM WEATHER HMS.

SOME COM WEATHER HMS.

COM WEATHER HMS. An attempt is often made to keep plants of a comparatively hardy character in • house or abed containing no heating arranlements. During our uncertain winter disappointment is frequent. A few simple precautions will much as-it matters. Water should be withheld fo
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CORN TRADE REVIEW.

THE CORN TRADE REVIEW.

Wheat is promising, but coming on almost too fast. The colder nights will check precocious rowth, however, and the good start made is a valuable asset. The Continental outlook ie favourable. Russia is under 2ft. to 41t. of snow from the Baltic to the Euxine, but the cold bee not
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
STUDENTS' REVOLVER BATTLE.

STUDENTS' REVOLVER BATTLE.

A desperate riot in which revolvers were used freely took place between Italian and German students in the university at Vienna on Monday. Over forty students were injured, three of them seriously. The three include two Italian students who took part in the fight.
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
SHOTS FIRED AT GERMAN BALLOON

SHOTS FIRED AT GERMAN BALLOON

While • balloon belonging to the Silesian Aeronautic .Club was sailing along at about ICO yards distance from the Kusso-German frontier on Saturday over Krotoschin, Jarotachin, and Zockow, fifteen shots were fired at her from tetritory. probably by the frontier Coesacks. The wea
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
DEATH OF SIR RALPH LITTLEL A DISTINGUISHED CARREL

DEATH OF SIR RALPH LITTLEL A DISTINGUISHED CARREL

The death was announced of Sir Ralph Littler, who had been seriously ill far sam e time, on Monday niorning, at his Lead" residence, Oakwood-court, W. Ralph Daniel Makinson Littler was the of the late Rev. Robert Littler of London, and was born on October 2nd. 1815. R e y e . ce
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
WIFE'S SAD DIVORCE STORY. KING'S PROCTOR FAILS.

WIFE'S SAD DIVORCE STORY. KING'S PROCTOR FAILS.

The case of Hilbinger v. HilWager, in which the King's Proctor intervened, was concluded on Monday before Sir Goren Barnes in the Divorce Division. The suite was originally brought by Mrs. Louise Hilbinger for dissolution of her marriage on the ground of the cruelty and miscondu
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
Ws Nsw SALISBURY MILNoRiAL.

Ws Nsw SALISBURY MILNoRiAL.

Nsw NoRiAL. an inscription to the effect filet it is by Parliament. The drawing I give is from the full-size plaater-cast from which es biome and marble will be worked. The Cullinen diamond has now been formally presented to the King after its cutting, visitors to the Tower will
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
A BENEFIT

A BENEFIT

But meat ci all her health besellt• For, Now that one adequately anstioate bar lead, she is relieved the constant 1 sad derive every se if ea value from what she eats. - Altogether, Ilacdeneld's Teeth are • accaosey, far mot anly do they represent I=eue product if our great orga
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
DICATHS.

DICATHS.

111 ORN E LY. —Eliza E. Thorpely iel Ne,'.e 24th, 1903, aged 29 years. WEBSTER —Oa November 20th, at corkerdowa, Wl'beler ed 3 OM A
27 November 1908 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England