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ar- two throe Bishops are very human. It is reported that one the Bornh was storm at wa. The ship war dillicultios. end the captain \Ve must fru«f m now.’* The j-re- (Copffriohl.) WHO KILLED CONNIE BURT? Bv GUY BOOTHBY, 4u*h..r “Dr. Nikola,” Bki for Portnno," “The Marriage of Est
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DOING THE MONGOLIAN.

DOING THE MONGOLIAN.

In crossing the Mongolian prairies in motorcar. writes Signor Luigi Barzini in “From Pekin to Paris Motor-Car (Grant Richards). one has many unusual experiences. toll© a Mongolian chief who insisted upon extending tlie hospitality of his village, the travellers made some what re
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS CHRONICLE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1909.

DARTMOUTH AND SOUTH HAMS CHRONICLE, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1909.

Sindh. During the year 5.688,361 volumes have been issued by the society, follows: Bibles. 864.247; New Tcstnrocnts. 1.136.565; portions 3.687.569. The receipts during the twelve months totalled £239.550. including £93.727 from sales and £145.623 from contributions. legacies, &e
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
Maxing Widows in India.

Maxing Widows in India.

Maxing Widows India. In India, with its teeming and poverty-stricken myriads, parent* often find it easy task to niarrv off their daughters, for wife lias to be .bought by the suitor. Widows are cheap, and when father finds his daughter getting on in years he makes widow of her t
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
MOTHERS IK PROVERBS.

MOTHERS IK PROVERBS.

MOTHERS PROVERBS. Practically every country has proverb* about mother*. Here arc few of the most beautiful and les.<er-known ones: *' A mothers love new every day." *‘ Better lose rich father than a poor mother." A father’s love is onlv knee-deep, but & mother** reaches tlie hear
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
North Ford Road.

North Ford Road.

Weatbourue—Dr & Mrs Hirria ft f»m Weatbourne Terrace-1 Mrs Head 3 Mrs Burgess 3 Mrs Grudge and fam 4 Row. Minn Lambla Elveden Terrace-1 Mr and Mrs Barnard and (am Mr and Mrs Ellis and (am 3 Mrs Hamlyu and (am Crosby Cottage—Mr ft Mrs J Hasson ft (am Grasmere —Mr and Mrs Maye Lau
15 October 1909 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
“GLOBE”

“GLOBE”

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21 October 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE; THURSDAY

THE GLOBE; THURSDAY

PARIS NOTES. THE pure food congress. SMAIJT DRESSES IN COURT. (FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Paris, Wednesday. Whether our food will cost us more in future is perhaps a debatable question, but there can be no doubt that serious efforts are being made all over the civilised world
21 October 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PEERS AND FINANCE BILLS.

THE PEERS AND FINANCE BILLS.

The House of Lords has had refrain fron. touching the Bill providing supplies for the year, because without supplies the King» Government cannot be carried on, and th 6 King’s Government has hitherto been responsible to the House of Commons alone. The destruction of this constit
21 October 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH FORCE ATTACKED.

BRITISH FORCE ATTACKED.

Adeo, October 21. Bazaar rumours at Aden state that the Mullah has attacked a British force and looted some rifles. Rear-Admiral l!i. J. W. Slade’s flagship Hyacinth and the Philomel are both off the Somali coast.—Reuter. CONSTANTINOPLE MUNICIPAL LOAN. Constantinople, October 21
21 October 1909 - Globe - London, London, England