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The suggestions for the provision of work for Belgian refugees, which were made at a conference the Town Hall on

The suggestions for the provision of work for Belgian refugees, which were made at a conference the Town Hall on

Friday, which was attended by the Government Commissioner, Sir Ernest Hatch, have been considered by the Belgian Refugees Committee, who have asked the Lord Mayor to meet them and discuss the •v-hject.
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GERMANY'S HUGE LOSSES.

GERMANY'S HUGE LOSSES.

LATEST WAR NEWS. FINAL EDITION Courier Office, Tuesday, Five a.m. BY PRIVATE WIRES. PRUSSIAN OFFICIAL CASUALTIES AMOUNT TO 971,000. TIMES" TELEGRAM (BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT). COPENHAGEN, Monday. The last six Prussian casualty lists published, although they oily contain 17,925 cas
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MISS VICTORIA MONKS TO PAY £35.

MISS VICTORIA MONKS TO PAY £35.

JUDGE'S COMMENTS ON THE " ROW." THE THIRSTY POLICEMAN. In the King's Bench Division yesterday damages amounting were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell in their action against Miss Victoria Monks, the music-hall artist, and Mr. Justice Bailhache entered judgment accordingly, with c
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ROLL OF HONOUR

THE ROLL OF HONOUR

REGIMENTS THE LISTS. Casualty lists issued last night include the following amongst officers of the Expeditionary Force, reported from General Headquarters under date February 12th: KILLED. Lieutenant H. C. Alban, Leinster Regiment. Second-Lieutenant G. Milburn, East Surrey Regi
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WHAT IS A BANK ?

WHAT IS A BANK ?

WHAT IS BANK ? PROPRIETOR'S ACTION FOR LIBEL FAILS. In the King's Bench yesterday, Mr. William T. Tanqueray Todd brought an action against the World Finance Syndicate Limited and Mr. Herbert J. Stephens, publishers and editor of the "Financial World, claiming damages for libel in
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHIP CANAL WORKERS.

SHIP CANAL WORKERS.

WAR ALLOWANCE GRANTED THE COMPANY. In response to an application for * in wages by the Manchester Ship Can*! pany's employees owing to the increase of living, Mr. E. Latimer, general dent, last night published the following ment: " Beginning on Monday, the 1 and until further no
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VIOLENT SCENES

VIOLENT SCENES

Enacted in the German Reichstag SOCIALISTS AND WAR Amsterdam, Saturday. Wild scenes occurred to-day in the Reichstag, During the second reading the Budget a Socialist Member, Herr Ledebour, speech criticised the military administration French territory, his remarks being interru
March 22, 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DERBY POST OFFICE BOY MESSENGERS' INSTITUTE.

DERBY POST OFFICE BOY MESSENGERS' INSTITUTE.

ANNUAL SWIMMING GALA. The 32nd annual fv-jmmir.g the Derby Postal Telegraph Messengers' Swimming Club was hold at tho Baths Wodnr-sday last, before fair attendance, including the? (Mr. C. Carwidisn.. Mrs. Mr. J. Bryan Mr. T. Swift (superintendent tflegraphs), Mr. J. M-- J-. Mh C
October 16, 1917 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISSIONS ABOVE THE WAR.

MISSIONS ABOVE THE WAR.

SJP.G.. ANNIVERSARY AT DERBY. fair number supporters tho Society for the Propagation of the Goepel attended annual meeting tho Derby Association at, the Tcmpern.n<O Hall Monday evening. The chair was occupied the Bishop of Derby, in the unavoidable absence the of Southwell, and
October 16, 1917 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.

Next week, both Friday s and SATURDAYS ISSUES OF THE ADVERTISER will be published on WEDNESDAY, and our CorrespondeuU will oblige by sending in their communications early passible to ensure publication.
December 20, 1919 - Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - Derby, Derbyshire, England