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\ Good. Healths jTolkj f I recommend Turog as a pleasant and wholesome change from your usual bread GIVE your

\ Good. Healths jTolkj f I recommend Turog as a pleasant and wholesome change from your usual bread GIVE your

body the right food and it will respond in increased energy. Turog is the right food; it is all of ;he wheat that is fit to eat. Perfectly digestible and wholly nutritious. Try this change for the better; you need Turog, which is all ,he wheat that Nature intended you to eat—the
February 4, 1914 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
KENT REEKS' MURDERER STILL AT LARGE.

KENT REEKS' MURDERER STILL AT LARGE.

" ROGERS " DENIES KNOWLEDGE OP THE DEAD MAN. reply to my telegraphic inquiry (telegraphs Montreal correspondent), the immigration authorities at St. John (New Brunswick) flatly deny tho report that the man Joseph Rowland, or George Roger.', who arrived thero last Saturday on the
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MINER'S OUTBURST.

MINER'S OUTBURST.

MANSFIELD MAN WHO WRECKED A HOUSE. A remarkable outburst of destiuetivenefs on tlic part of Mansfield collier, in revenge for distraint upon his home for rent, was related the Mansfield magistrates to-day. when Amos Allsop, formerly of 27, Bradder-street, Mansfield, was charged
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MARIE LLOYD BARRED.

MARIE LLOYD BARRED.

NOT ALLOWED TO RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES. Miss Marie Lloyd, the English music-hall artist, who was detained last October by the United States Board Immigration on the ground that she was travelling with a man (Mr. Bernard Dillon, the jockey), who was not her husband, and relea
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WOMAN CYCLE THIEF.

WOMAN CYCLE THIEF.

EDWINSTOWE MACHINE SOLD IN NOTTINGHAM. Charged at Mansfield to-day with stealing bicycle, value 305., Elizabeth a young married woman, of Sherwood-court, pleaded guilty, and said she was drunk at the time. Tho prosecutor, Herbert 11. Morley, labourer, Edwinstowe, said that on th
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CUP TIE DISASTER.

CUP TIE DISASTER.

COLLAPSE OF A WALL AT SHEFFIELD. * SPECTATORS BURIED UNDER THE DEBRIS. aerioiu accident reported to have occurred this afternoon during 1 the progrcs* the replayed between Sheffield Wednesday and Wolverhampton Wanderers on the Hillsborough Ground. The game had been restarted lit
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
" : i' which after j little while came into —Blood 8 and am now quite cure*!. feet were covered

" : i' which after j little while came into —Blood 8 and am now quite cure*!. feet were covered

with large sore*, but only ••an uow seen, to you will see how grateful 1 that tried it. You may make what use you think fit this, as may bring relief to some other coul.—Mrs. RODGERS. 9, Listowel Street, North Brixton, London, S.W." v ""~Tcurep BY I—^ If suffer from any such dis
February 4, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE JUNGLE MARKET.

THE JUNGLE MARKET.

West African Gold Mines have further improved, in sympathy with South Africans, but movements are by no means sensational. Abbontiakoon are steady at 7s. 3d., Ashanti Goldfields firmer at Broomassie at ss. 6d. Gold Coast Amalgamated have improved to l Taquah Exploration remain a
February 4, 1914 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
NEWS SUMMARY.

NEWS SUMMARY.

President Wilson has, says Washington telegram, decided to remove the embargo the exportation of arms to Mexico. Damage amounting about jJI,OOO was caused by fire at the -premises of Messrs J. Robertson and Sons, Ltd., fish-curers, at the oorner of Empress Street and Heugh Terra
February 4, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

MR ASQUITH AND THE MINERS. The deputation from the Miners Federation did not get much satisfaction from the Premier when they waited upon him yesterday. They asked for number alterations in the Minimum Wage Act. That measure was forced on the Government, owing to the miners' str
February 4, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England