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A TERRIBLE FALL.

A TERRIBLE FALL.

At an inquest held at Merthyr Wednesday on the body John Styles, labourer, it transpired that deceased, with other men, had been for a walk, during tho course of which they each had eight glasses of beer. On their return they trespassed 011 the Cardiff Corporation Waterworks, an
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Ryecroft v. Gordon Wanderers.—At Tuffley off o'clock sharp). Ryecroft: J. Boucher, back; C. Lander, T. Romans, B. Shergold (capt.), end another, three-quarter backs; S. Edwards and L. Rudge, half-backs; F. Pvart. T. Russell, R. Braddick, B. Pilkington, T. Mea
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ANOTHER AIRSHIP IN PARIS,

ANOTHER AIRSHIP IN PARIS,

M. Severo, a Brazilian member of Parliament, has come to Paris with a flying machine, in which he proposes to sail across the city and round the line of tbe fortifications during the course this month. His machine is said to be more powerful than M. Santos-Dumont's and to be con
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BEAUTY IN DISTRESS.

BEAUTY IN DISTRESS.

AMERICAN LADY'S STRANGE IN LONDON. DISTRESSING SCENES. From luxurious apartments in the Hotel the lunatic wards of St Giles's Workhouse * unhappy experience on Wednesday \ et American lady named Helen Vanderbilt "^* .-J Miss Wackerman, who has been in about two years, staying at
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE IS THB "ANGELUS,' T HE ASTER J>IANO IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY PIANO

THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE IS THB "ANGELUS,' T HE ASTER J>IANO IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY PIANO

WITHOUT COST, DOES NOT INJURE INSTRUMENT IN ANY WAY, AND ANYONE CAN PLAY THE MOST DIFFICULT COMPOSITIONS WITH THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF ARTISTIC PERFECTION. THE ANGELUS MAY BE HEARD AT DALE, FORTY & CO.'S* CHELTENHAM. , J. W. CLAYTON* _ NEW FLANNELS. Per Yard FRENCH PRINTED FLANNELS
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
OIL! OIL!! OIL!!' W. J. NEWTH. HAVING PURCHASED BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE, OFFERS 5,000 BARRELS OF THE FINEST QUALITY PETROLEUM

OIL! OIL!! OIL!!' W. J. NEWTH. HAVING PURCHASED BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE, OFFERS 5,000 BARRELS OF THE FINEST QUALITY PETROLEUM

BURNING OIL, AT THE LOW CASH PRICE OF 88. PER GALLON, BARREL FREE* LADYBELLEGATE, GLOUCESTER.
November 14, 1901 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Local and District Intelligence.

Local and District Intelligence.

Pianos for tbo Cottage or Conetrt Room. Send for 20th Oratory Catalogue. —Sale Agent t Foulds, 3, iron-gate, Derby,— (Advt.) Main's Extract or is the original. other essence makes Beer like it. Beware of tile imitations. Manufacturers, and MAson, Nottingham.—(Advt.) Earliik Clos
November 14, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Lancashire millionaire (to a beggar): *Be off with you thie minute!' Beggar: ' Look 'era, mister, you needn't put ou

Lancashire millionaire (to a beggar): *Be off with you thie minute!' Beggar: ' Look 'era, mister, you needn't put ou

t>o much aide. The only difference between you an' ia that yon *r« makin' your acoond million, while I ill workin' first.'
November 14, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
[HEFFOR RATI loe SILK HAT. BBV WIMPOWB. FELT HATS ENDLBM TAMlff. gnmn rnn. •26 VICTORIA STREBT.

[HEFFOR RATI loe SILK HAT. BBV WIMPOWB. FELT HATS ENDLBM TAMlff. gnmn rnn. •26 VICTORIA STREBT.

November 14, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER 10.80 llils iMrnifcg the Meteorological Office the following forecast* for the next 24 hours : 0. Scotland, N.—-Varying

TO-DAY'S WEATHER 10.80 llils iMrnifcg the Meteorological Office the following forecast* for the next 24 hours : 0. Scotland, N.—-Varying

northerly to northwesterly and north-easterly winds, ; some enow or sleet showeft* 1. Scotland, as No. 0. 8» Kkomnvi No. 0. 3> England, E.—North-westerly winds, frc*h ; fair fiftt, unsettled later, with some snow or aleet shower*. 9. CSuntifs Derby).— Nerth-westerly winds, fresh
November 14, 1901 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England