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MORNING EXPRESS COURIER OFFICE. SATURDAY, 6 a.m. [BY PRIVATE WIRES.] CROSS-CHANNEL FLIGHT. WEATHER UNPROPITIOUS. It appears very improbable that Mr.

MORNING EXPRESS COURIER OFFICE. SATURDAY, 6 a.m. [BY PRIVATE WIRES.] CROSS-CHANNEL FLIGHT. WEATHER UNPROPITIOUS. It appears very improbable that Mr.

Latham will be able to attempt his cross-channel monoplane flight to-day. according to the Calais correspondent of the " Times." The weatber was fine yesterday, but the barometer last evening was falling, and there was a very high wind. Mr. Latham's monoplane was taken from the
July 10, 1909 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIBERAL EDITORS RECOGNISED.

LIBERAL EDITORS RECOGNISED.

Mr Lloyd George, with whom were Sir Henry Norman (chairman of the Budget League), Mr Winston Churchill, and Mr J. H. Pease, chief Government Whip, met about editors and leader writers of leading provincial liberal newspapers yesterday afternoon the Whins' for the purpose as to t
July 10, 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
WOMEN'S BRAVERY RECOGNISED.

WOMEN'S BRAVERY RECOGNISED.

In recognition Of their bravery in assisting a Leeds policeman who had been disabled a street brawl, Mrs Mary Jackson and Miss Nellie Hoyle were yesterday presented with handsome testimonials subscribed for by every member of the city force. These consisted of fine mahogany dock
July 10, 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
GERMAN WREATH FOR GENERAL DE GALLIPET.

GERMAN WREATH FOR GENERAL DE GALLIPET.

A Reuter message from Paris state* that the Em;****- of Germany lias directed the Ambassador to lay wreath on the coffin of tne late General Gallifet.
July 10, 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
(fiwPOH. WARD hull. ■Jt member. that Lord died jjjg residence) ,l ra P^" Robinson, the first • S . 0.,

(fiwPOH. WARD hull. ■Jt member. that Lord died jjjg residence) ,l ra P^" Robinson, the first • S . 0.,

G.C.5.1., C.I.R, t» : * ]' ' (Hon. Oxford), oaiw> gained the baronetage ij ]0 of Grantham in 1833, Lord Privy Lieutenant of the North Ridzn<l was Hi«h Steward of V 'Tendon October 24th, fi his year. He was the only daughter the and his Fon and heir s created Marquess Grer 'j in
July 10, 1909 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MORE SHOCKS AT MESSINA.

MORE SHOCKS AT MESSINA.

ALARMING RUMBLINGS. elefrr m ?- - “y* *t twenty pa midnight there strong shook of «.rth q U rumbling succeeded by further shock, shortly afterwards.
July 10, 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BISLEY MEETING.

BISLEY MEETING.

ENTRIES FOR THE KING’S PRIZE. The National Riflo Association statistical office at Bisley, to-day, issued details of entries in the principal competitions for the Jubilee mjeting which opens Monday. The competitors entered for the King’s Prire are 1,542. compared with 1,288 on t
July 10, 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DOCKYARD FIRE UNDER CONTROL.

DOCKYARD FIRE UNDER CONTROL.

TTiENCH NAVAL DEPOT GUTTED \ telegram received this morning from Cherb"nrg say, that the fire the dockyard has been g"' under control. It broke out in magazines guns and iorpedoce for the submarines at. Uorcd and quickly formidable proper- i»*' ira* railed out help ‘“ th© flames
July 10, 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RIDING WITH HEAD DOWN.

RIDING WITH HEAD DOWN.

COLLISION BETWEEN CYCLIST AND MOTOR. At Jin inquest Stockton on Jcne Raw, 19, Crook cyclist, w»* fatally injured in collision with motor car at Urlay Nook, verdict of Accidental death as returned. The jury also expressed the opinion that the speed of the motorist waa too high. W
July 10, 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE F.A. AND THE PLAYERS' UNION.

THE F.A. AND THE PLAYERS' UNION.

IMMRTANT lECISI9NS. Council meeting the Football Association was hold Ox lord to-day, there being a representative attendance. Mr. J. Clegg. who was chair, was re-elected chairman, and Mr. • Crump vice-chairman. The application Tottenham Hotspur to make present? players not exce
July 10, 1909 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England