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LADY ANNE CAVENDISH.

LADY ANNE CAVENDISH.

OCCIDENT IN THE HUNTING FIELD. The opening run of the High Peak Harriers of which I-idy Maud Mackintosh, daughter' of the of Devonshire, and the lion. Evan Baillie. son Lady Burton, are joint masters, was marred an accident to Ladv Maud's sister, Lady Anne Cavendish. The latter,
October 9, 1922 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BRADFORD CITY V. LEICESTER CITY.

BRADFORD CITY V. LEICESTER CITY.

alley Parade, beautiful weather, before] 12.00'} spectators- Bradford City ttrongly, I but I/cice.-tcv look the lead after minutes \ through John Denton. Ten minute.- aver aded another with a fine drive from 30 yard.-. kicked a penalty goal for Bradford. Half-time —Leicester Cit
October 9, 1922 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NEWMARKET MEETING.

NEWMARKET MEETING.

, sir H ,M«ux) Green HELIp. p ' . Mover) Bell tails j Musto . Ben Muster) Watson 8 A3Y , Ade Renwjck j.; yj. j, Sttott'-i Day .^ SefMnl"j- Butters 8 0 g,-- Sh«ft' eid) "'." Sl-BTEft 7« g S'uni ; .Ward /Mi' " White)-. Cote 8 CVwr). Wards 0 White) -• Ward So Whife)---'. Ward o ® k
October 9, 1922 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ROSE-HILL WESLEY BIBLE CLASS. connection with above Bible tnis week Mr. Greatorex gave excellent address " Opportunity," and urged it

ROSE-HILL WESLEY BIBLE CLASS. connection with above Bible tnis week Mr. Greatorex gave excellent address " Opportunity," and urged it

as Christian duty not to let a chance go by for doing good. Mr. Bayliss gave the solos, And He shall break and The sailor's grave " in his usnal style. DERBYSHIRE ROYAL For the week endmg April . i„ P" Discharged dead 3. admitted 39, in the 212 (including 36 children). Out-patie
April 14, 1915 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COJRRESPONDENCE. AATsn LITTLKOVER CHT'RCH. (To the Editor the " Derby Daily Telegraph.") Sir.—A few days before Eaeter an invitation Derby

COJRRESPONDENCE. AATsn LITTLKOVER CHT'RCH. (To the Editor the " Derby Daily Telegraph.") Sir.—A few days before Eaeter an invitation Derby

people Litt.leover Church appeared lin your paper. was Litf.leover on Easter Mbad&y. and went the church. On entering the poreri I noticed lu-rce poster on the wail, headed " Why Ohurchmen." Amongst other reasons were the following-: -i Because hrancli of this Church was planted
April 14, 1915 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WOROS 1/-, f.A Y5 1/8. j J TTIUFFIELD-ROAD REGISTRY.—WANTED, " COOK-GENERALS, Housemaids, Young J GaENERALS, for Hotels and private; also

WOROS 1/-, f.A Y5 1/8. j J TTIUFFIELD-ROAD REGISTRY.—WANTED, " COOK-GENERALS, Housemaids, Young J GaENERALS, for Hotels and private; also

respect- V able Day Girl.—Miss Office. ■ TTOUSEKEEPLR REQUIRED Write full SOL particulars age. salary. references, ai.d c when at liberty, E 2, Daily Telegraph, Derby. - Mils. NORMAN has good VACANCIES J jJX for COOKS. Cook-Gencrals. I'ariourmaids, Kitchen, rymaids, and Generals
April 14, 1915 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Spsrtmf»ts. „r., WORDS VS 10, O ATS 18. *. PARTMENTS LET: rood locality within X ten minutes M.R. station :

Spsrtmf»ts. „r., WORDS VS 10, O ATS 18. *. PARTMENTS LET: rood locality within X ten minutes M.R. station :

home, comiorts.— Arite E 7. Daily Telegraph. Derby. OOARD RESIDENCE for Gentlercai:: mode- ID- rate term.*: bath and piano; superior and! locality.—Write E 13, Daily Telegraph. BOARD-RIvSIDEXCE for four gentlemen: bath, iano : table; terms 11a. ; near eta Roli«-Roycc.-\Vritc D 2
April 14, 1915 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Let the Quaker save The low price of 6|d. per packet is inducing thousands more people to try nourishing Quaker

Let the Quaker save The low price of 6|d. per packet is inducing thousands more people to try nourishing Quaker

Oats, and they are surprised at its deliciousness and economy. Don't make sacrifices to pay high prices for bacon, eggs and beef. Quaker Oats will do you more good and actu- "ffi ally save money. You are not taking- full advantage of the 'inequal'ed food value.ar.d economy Quike
April 14, 1915 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

iio*doK, Massif, Ths fate its rejection by Convention. The bill isdead and base killed it, and though may brought for & second reading, te formality, to register at Westminster tte hostility the Nationalists have expressed at Dab!®, Government are indepen-' dent the vote, and fo
May 22, 1907 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WHITSUNTIDE SCHOOL TREATS.

WHITSUNTIDE SCHOOL TREATS.

Traffic-street Primitive Number of teachers, 40 ; nuuioer of scholars, 320. The teachers, scholars, and friends, to the number of m«t the chapel, Traffic-street, one o'clock. Led the fchool banner and the Kilburn Brass Band, with the Rev. G. W. Turner (crreuis minister), Rev. J.
May 22, 1907 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England