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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE NORTH POLE ATTAINABLE. nINE men are said have reached the North Pole, six of them

THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE NORTH POLE ATTAINABLE. nINE men are said have reached the North Pole, six of them

being Eskimos; four with Commander Peary and two with Dr. Cook. The ninth man is the negro who accompanied the first-named, but both the white explorers agree in stating that they could not have attained their objective without the assistance of tilt Eskimos whom they took with
02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Inventioh. He became one of us; he accepted his share of our gains; then suddenly he left us and lied

Inventioh. He became one of us; he accepted his share of our gains; then suddenly he left us and lied

to England. We knew very well that he had ito much cause for fear on his own account to de- I'ou 'ce us, but he took with him the secret of his explosive, and just a time when I was planning opera lions on a much larger scale than we had hitherto attempted. What is more, the man
02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
QUEENSTOWN—NEW YORK.

QUEENSTOWN—NEW YORK.

ROYAL & UNITED STATES MAIL SERVICE Calling atQueonstown We.Rbounduni Plymouth Eastbound. MAJESTIC, Wed.Cct. 6 I OCEANIC, W, Oct. 13 And regularly thereafter. CANADA. WHITE STAR—DOMINION SERVICE. LIVERPOOL—QUEBEC— MONTREAL. Largest Steamer s in Canadian Trade. OTTAWA, Tb, Oct. 7
02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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02 October 1909 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LANTERN SERVICE at 6.30.

LANTERN SERVICE at 6.30.

LANTERN SERVICE 6.30. Speaker. Mr. W. SHAW. Subject: ‘‘Horse Racing: How to Spot the Winner.” Soloist, Miss WATSON (Bowling). Chairman, Mr, SAVILLR ("Bob Stubbs”). Children cannot be admitted, unless in the care of their Parents Guardians. DON’T throw away any ©ld bits Silver Gol
01 October 1909 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England