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NO BRITISH MONITORS SUNK.

NO BRITISH MONITORS SUNK.

BRITISH MONITORS SUNK. The Pre— Bm> tqaMM to ototo that that* troth II the of momturn in Tigrie, anno— cad racaotly tbr Tab a* eMoial aaa—laaigaee. armed Manila hade —ak, leapt tha —all riaar abandonment cJ aaa ana—ad In report waved Dfcrab* Oanaral Tun unhand b— reported fen Mao
31 December 1915 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MRS. JARVILLE’S ANNUAL BALL, TO-NIGHT, Bto a.m. 2s. each. The Baths, Glossop Road.

MRS. JARVILLE’S ANNUAL BALL, TO-NIGHT, Bto a.m. 2s. each. The Baths, Glossop Road.

31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
V PROFESSIONAL.

V PROFESSIONAL.

ccqucherffent.—Lady * in. delicate state of health iei in trained nurse’s well-appointed pte. resid , secluded garden ; tenniS; inc. tnis. £l Is. wlf.i'Wiaitingi £2 2s. per wk. lying-in.—l 64. Bristol rd, Birmingham’. MuTOP~bY-HOOL will RE-OPEN alter the'Christmas holidays, on M
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
News of Mackensen.

News of Mackensen.

AMSTERDAM, Thursday. A semi-official telegram from Sofia states that Marshal von Mackensen yesterday arrived at Sofia, visited the German and Austro-Hungarian Ministers, and was received by King Ferdinand. In the evening he returned his headquarters. —Press Association War Speci
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOMINAL CASH PRICES.

NOMINAL CASH PRICES.

The following list cash prices is still largely nominal, and given guide to ihe price which business is possible, and not as record quotations at wmch business has been done: South African. Apex 19 6 20/6+6d Aurora WUd 8;6 .9,6 Bantjcs . ... % %« City « Sub. 2 %+%i6 Cloverfleld
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
West of Scotland.

West of Scotland.

West Scotland. GLASGOW, Thursday. Iron and steel manufacturers in the Glasgow and West of Scotland district arc being greatly inconvenienced by the scarcity of taw materials imported from Canada and America or produced locality. The lack of imported materials is due not only acti
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A REASSURING SIGN OF THE

A REASSURING SIGN OF THE

SITUATION. The King came specially to town yesterday in order to give audience to the Prime Minister. Attended by Captain Godfrey Faussett and Colonel Clive Wigram, His Majesty travelled to London yesterday morning, arriving at Buckingham Palace shortly after noon. Mr. Asquith c
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Killed on Christmas Day.

Killed on Christmas Day.

News has reached Scarliorougli that Captain George J. Scott, of the sth Yorkshire (Territorials), was killed in action on Christmas Day. Captain Scott was formerly stationed at Scarborough, which is the headquarters of the sth Yorkshire Regiment. He belongs to Market Wcighton, w
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Satisfactory Aspects.

Satisfactory Aspects.

Looking backward thoro is reason for congratulation on the fact that practically the whola of the collieries in South Yorkshire were able to work full time throughout 1915, notwithstanding the hindrance of output and annoyance caused the “slackers,” who, happily, comparatively f
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Other Companies.

Other Companies.

Regarding companies beyond the local area, there arc one of two things that recur to one’s mind- On January 22 warrants were posted by Moss Empires, Ltd., for the interim dividend on the Ordinary shares for the half - year to the previous June 30 at the rate of 5 per cent per an
31 December 1915 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England