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23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
“Naturally.” Tlie Brute: I ttiink women are much betterlookincf than men.” The Girl: “Oh! naturally. The Brute : No, artificially

“Naturally.” Tlie Brute: I ttiink women are much betterlookincf than men.” The Girl: “Oh! naturally. The Brute : No, artificially

! ★ ★ ★ -X Only the Heir. The father had gone away and left his only son in vou’thfhead of the firm?” asked the man with sample case who had just come in. No, sir,” remarked the young man with a smile. * I’m only llie heir of the head! A Dampen . „ . . r ** JIDOUt must be for yo
23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.

23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEEKLY TELEGK.VPH.

THE WEEKLY TELEGK.VPH.

23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Homeward Mail. THE FRONTIERS.

The Homeward Mail. THE FRONTIERS.

llepobts from the North-West Frontier Province show that spring has set in unusually early and that the Cabul, Swat, and other rivers are already rising in consequence of the melting t£e snow. High temperatures are generally reported from Upper India. Sir G. 0. the Chief Commiss
23 March 1912 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 

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The Homeward Mail. LAHORE DIVISIONAL ORDERS.

The Homeward Mail. LAHORE DIVISIONAL ORDERS.

By Lieut.-Gen. Sib Alfred Pearson, K.C.8., Commanding. Lahore Cantonment, Feb. 20, 1912. Sbekleton, Col. H. P., c. 8., Ist South Lancashire Begt., is directed to proo. by Home Transport Flossy, sailing from Bombay on March 18, to take up appt. as Dep.-Assist. Adj., and Qrmr. Gen
23 March 1912 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
BIBBY LINK.

BIBBY LINK.

For Port Said, Colombo, Tutkorin, and Rangoon. •*B.B. BHIBB, from Liverpool, March 21; March 20.—CoL Thomson, Mr. H, T. Cusack, Mr. P. P. Crawford,. Mr. loom, Mrs. Junor. MissS. Dill, Miss I. Malhesop, Mr. E. W. Firber, Mr. A. P. J. West, Miss Sband, Miss L- E. Neville Rolfc, Mr
23 March 1912 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH ADVERTISEMENT SUPPLEMENT.

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH ADVERTISEMENT SUPPLEMENT.

23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Proprietor _ _ ■ Name of House. Address.. ; Remarks You can send in Advertisement on this form. For further

Proprietor _ _ ■ Name of House. Address.. ; Remarks You can send in Advertisement on this form. For further

particulars, write to The Advertisement Manager, “The Weekly Telegraph,” 180 and 181, Fleet Street, London; and High Street, Sheffield.
23 March 1912 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THOMAS CLEMENTS,

THOMAS CLEMENTS,

LAND AGENT. AUCTIONEER, VALUER? AND SURVEYOR. STOCK and SHARE BROKER, and INSURANCE AGENT. VALUA'ITONS^^OI^^ESI^TES 6 . DILAPIDATIONS and TENANT RIGHT A SPECIALITY. Offices: 58 and 59. Hertford Street, Coventry. Telephone, >o. ca.
23 March 1912 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England