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NINETEEN SEAMEN PERISH

NINETEEN SEAMEN PERISH

When Four-Masted Barque is Wrecked. Survivors Spend Night in the Rigging. Nineteen lives were lo6t Saturday night by the wreck of the German barque Hera near Falmouth. The Hera, four-masted barque of 1994 tons, bound from Pisagua with cargo of nitrate, lost her way when coming u
February 2, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Montrose police establishment cost £1237 for the year 1913, to which ITis Majesty's Treasury contributed £343 toward pay and clothing.

Montrose police establishment cost £1237 for the year 1913, to which ITis Majesty's Treasury contributed £343 toward pay and clothing.

Four ex-police officers receive pensions aggregating £223 9s per annum, and the amount of the pension fund stands £1290.
February 2, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BURNS Up to Date. " Thou need na start awa' sae hasty," unless, of course, you're off to the Courier

BURNS Up to Date. " Thou need na start awa' sae hasty," unless, of course, you're off to the Courier

with a Want ad. 12 words for 6d prepaid. Courier Wants work Wonders.
February 2, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

LYCEUM THEATRE, SHEFFIELD. V TO-NIGHT at 7.30; Early Dears 6-30- SATURDAY MATINEE AT 3.0. Welcome Visit Mr. CYRIL MAUDE’S Principal i Company Scottish Players, in .BUNTY pulls THE STRINGS.” •‘The Times” says; “Its humour sparkles. A roar disaster:” WEEK -FIRST TIME IN SHEFFIELD
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OST, Thursday, BLACK RETRIEVER DOG J prosecuted.—6l, Aston st, Park.

OST, Thursday, BLACK RETRIEVER DOG J prosecuted.—6l, Aston st, Park.

LOST, Lady’s Green Handle UMBRELLA, between Wyming Brook New rd, and 12. Elmore rd; reward. LOST, TAIL LAMP, in the district of Sharrow.— Reward if returned to Tomlinson’a Garage, Ecclesall rd. LOST, SQUIRREL MUFF, between Fulwood terminus and Mayfield rd, reward given.—Kindly r
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CARS STOP AT THE DOOR.

CARS STOP AT THE DOOR.

rpURNERS, 138, WESTBAR. THE PAWNBROKERS, JUST PAST EIRE STATION. EVERYTHING AS ADVERTISED. f*2l.—Single-stone Diamond RING, claw set in beavw 18ct gold hoop; large, broad top diamond, fuu of brilliancy. splendid bargain.—Turners, The Pawn* brokers, 158. Westbar. P6 19s. t>d.—Sol
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SUCCESSORS OF

SUCCESSORS OF

JOSEPH ROBERTS AND CO 5. 7, and 9, CARVER STREET, (2 minutes from Town Hall or Parish Church.) Established over 50 URGENT CLEARANCE SALE OP PIANOS. Room Wanted. No offer refused. 15 PIANOS to clear; exceptional bargains. JL*lB 18s.- Valuable PRIZE MEDAL PIANO; o»erdw strung, ivo
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PIANO TUNING.

PIANO TUNING.

PIANOS thoroughly tuned or repaired; send postcard.—W. H. Wilde, 68. Infirmary rd. PIANOS TUNED by certified first-class tuners from the best London and Continental houses; best work guaranteed; moderate terms charged lor single tunings and for contracts for three or four tuning
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FURNITURE.

FURNITURE.

M. WIGBAM the well-known CASH FURNISHES IS NOW OFFERING THE WHOLE VALUABLE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ABSOLUTK BARGAINS IN %:VERY DEPARTMENT THE STOCK ONE OF THE LARGEST AND FINEST IN THE CITY INTENDING PURCHASERS WILL FIND EVERYTHING THEY REQUIRE GOODS SOLD DURING THE SALE
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FARMERS’ GRIEVANCES.

FARMERS’ GRIEVANCES.

The Insurance Act. which, regarded with mixed feelings by the community according to the contributions exacted and the benefits received, or possible to'be refcfeiivtfd, ; ‘lntroduceH into Doncaster a considerable number officials who are huddled together in meagre, and inconven
February 2, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England