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And Still He Slept.

And Still He Slept.

What the Americans would call a tall” story was told by two returned soldiers to the writer. It concerns a French soldier, who has acquired the reputation of being - a sound sleeper. Waking up one morning, after a heavy sleep, the soldier complained of cramp in his thigh, and sa
July 10, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
July 10th, 1915.

July 10th, 1915.

July 10, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Autcxema quickly removes face spots and pimples. Ugly rashes disappear when Aniaxema used.

Autcxema quickly removes face spots and pimples. Ugly rashes disappear when Aniaxema used.

July 10, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

ACCIDENT FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE CORPORATION. LIMITED. Chief Offices, Gei-cial Buildings, Perth, and General Buddings, Aldwych, Strand. London, W.C.
July 10, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
£1,500 (Fifteen Hundred Pounds)

£1,500 (Fifteen Hundred Pounds)

will paid by tlie'*above Corporation the legal personal representative of any person who killed or iatalty injured (should death result within seven accident to tno passenger train in which deceased v.as travelling as ticket-bearer or fare-paying passenger. Provided that the per
July 10, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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July 17, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
★★ ★ ★ No Laughing Matter. Cut off from family and home by a relentless tide, fat Mr. Bodger had

★★ ★ ★ No Laughing Matter. Cut off from family and home by a relentless tide, fat Mr. Bodger had

been forced to clamber till he gained a pathway cut in the cliff’s face. It was a narrow path, and Mr. Bodger was no narrow man. Getting more frightened every moment, he proceeded warily along the fast-diminishing way, till, at last, it faded suddenly into what the poets would c
July 17, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
They Certainly Did.

They Certainly Did.

The following story is going the rounds. guarantee of its truth is given, but it is a good yarn. When the Germans finally entered Belgium a native of Liege made himself obnoxious to one troop by his constant loud talk about the brave defence. Finally the commander called him. “L
July 17, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
A Startled Bridegroom.

A Startled Bridegroom.

A great many people say groom when they moan bridegroom. groom, of course, is manservant, usually liveried. One ol the largest ready-made clothing houses in Manchester received not long ago from the country a letter, the substance of which was : What is the proper dress for groo
July 17, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
uly 17th, 1915.

uly 17th, 1915.

July 17, 1915 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England