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FOOTBALLER'S NOSE BROKEN.

FOOTBALLER'S NOSE BROKEN.

During ft ; football match between the East Latu R egr . and . Colchester j own. Jennings, the popular capjain t Town team, unfortunately had in - broken. He was attempting to -"'ball, and was accidentally kicked !i . First aid was rendered - . Hewfts the local St. John Ani The
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE.

A TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE.

TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE. There are happenings every day that remind how true is, as Tom Moore wrote, that this life all chequered with pleasures and woes. To-day there the distressing news of the loss ot the Titanic, bearing number of people from Essex its human freight, sunk, alas,
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BRENTWOOD.

BRENTWOOD.

Advertisements and Communications for tbo Essex Chronicle" may be sent to Mr. H. Cowper. Chronicle' Office, Kimpton-avenue. Ongar-road. Me. C. C. Tower's Thursday at the Drill Hull. Mr. Christopher C. Tower gave a lantern illustrated lecture dealing with his adventurous journey
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ROMFORD.

ROMFORD.

Weddinu.—-The wedding took place South Weald Church of Mr. George King, of Koinford, and Miss Gladys ot Hornchurch Road, Romford. Is Fir. —Ernest Thompson, labourer, was found the roadside near Havering Well Farm Saturday night fit. He was conveyed the ion Infirmary. Sheep Kille
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE TITANIC

THE LOSS OF THE TITANIC

Latest News. ESSEX NEWSMAN OFFICE, Chelmsford, Friday. STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS. HOW DEATH WAS BY THE LOST. ESSEX PEOPLE SAVED. The arrived New York this morning with survivors, some whom have marie statements. Mr. HQ*, one the survivors, said he was the last starboard that left
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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DIVORCED AFTER FORTY YEARS.

DIVORCED AFTER FORTY YEARS.

Alter having been married for 41 and being the mother six children. Mrs. Hannah .Maria Sanders, was granted decree nisi Divorce Court Wednesday. Mrs. Sanders said her husband, a bulkier, had ill-treated her since 1881. had hit her the face, the blow producing permanent deafness,
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHILD'S FATAL SCALDS.

CHILD'S FATAL SCALDS.

The death occurred in Chelmsford Hospital Herbert Taylor, aged two years, son Herbert J. Taylor, bricklayer's labourer, living at Messrs. Beach's Mill, Tho little one accidentally into « bowl hot water, and death due to shock from eealds.—An inquiry was conducted tlie Hospital o
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SOT SAME INCHELMSFORD

SOT SAME INCHELMSFORD

KJ However eai Best the statement nf * stranger residing in distant read, it is not the same o the word can the same tor w« ally more mterestedi„ men and women livim, home town than in those otota L " .° Chelmsford. dangers All her life Mis. S Rainsford Read, has & Chelmsford. S
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
DEATH MR. a. OF The death has occurred of Mr. Arthur Eustace, St. Botolph Stroet c - chester former colonr-eergeant

DEATH MR. a. OF The death has occurred of Mr. Arthur Eustace, St. Botolph Stroet c - chester former colonr-eergeant

of the old 2nd Volunteer Mutt. Essex u leased was 58 years age. was a prominent Freemason, andona of the founders of the Black water Lodge Maldon >, ot which he was the secretary for years.
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ILLNESS of CAPT. KEMBLE

ILLNESS of CAPT. KEMBLE

SPECIALIST FORBIDS CONTINUANCE IN THE SHRIEVALTY. greatly regret to announce that the progress Capt. H. F. Kemble. E.N., D.L. Great Claydons, Chelmsford. Higli Sheriff Essex,from his recent sudden and severe attack fainting has not been so rapid was hoped. On Monday he was seen
April 20, 1912 - Essex Newsman - Chelmsford, Essex, England