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DOCKYARD EXPENDITURE.

DOCKYARD EXPENDITURE.

Tina Committee appointed to investigate and report upon Dockyard expenditure is now sitting at Portsmouth, and if what we hear correct the searching examination to which the accounts & c ., result the recommendation of extensive alterations ihe administrative system. The members
August 22, 1885 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PROPOSED BANK AT WARSAW.

PROPOSED BANK AT WARSAW.

' GIHIBIKNKN, Saturday. b y 1 has declined an offer, *coiumir" healthy French Poles, to establish industrial bank at Waisaw.
August 22, 1885 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TYROLESE TOWN FIRE.

TYROLESE TOWN FIRE.

In the little Tyroleso town of Landeck, in the Arlberg mountains, a lire broke out on Thursday evening- Tne flames have been spreading ever since, and tbe entire place will, is only too urobable, be reduced to heap ashes. The bulk of the inhabitants arc without shelter, and havo
August 22, 1885 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WEATHER FORECAST. following is statement the weather that will probably be experienced for the 24 hours from end after a.m

WEATHER FORECAST. following is statement the weather that will probably be experienced for the 24 hours from end after a.m

.to-davr— 1 Scotland, N.... I Northerly winds, fresh, or Scotland, E.... cnaugeablo, showers. Northerly to north-westerly 2. England N.E, winds : fresh, changeable, some showers, t. England, E....) Q . i.Mid.Oouaties. Same as ' * I. England 8. North-westerly winds, moderate, (Lo
August 22, 1885 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PORTSMOUTH AND DISTR

PORTSMOUTH AND DISTR

ICT. Portsmouth Mercury B.C. Cycling Tour. —A tour the members of this Club through the Isle of Wight is advertised for to-morrow. Bankruptcy Notiois. From last night's London Gazette. —Receiving order : Newport, I.W.—F. y. Ahlfeldt, gentleman. Adjudication : Winchester—J. Brisco
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TO BE BURIED ALIVE.

TO BE BURIED ALIVE.

Seymour, the thought reader, r 3 gf probably be allowed the ailW Chicago to carrv out his extraordw» g t q9 being buried alive and remaining fae gr »» long enough for crop of barley t o 0 his grave. The coffin which made ia three sections, one fits * d 6lt. Another. Seymour is t
July 29, 1893 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROYAL MOVEMENTS.

ROYAL MOVEMENTS.

London, The Prince and Princess of Wales proceeded rail to Esber to-day, to witness the Park races. * •
April 23, 1880 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SCHOOL FOOTBALL.

SCHOOL FOOTBALL.

MILTON HIGHLAND-BOAD. These teams met 021 the Common morning in a friendly encounter, which was refereed Mr. Hibbs. The Highlanders won the tcss, and Milton set the ball in motion with the sun in their eyes. Play went in favour of the Highlanders, but their shots, which were man
September 19, 1904 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
GOSPORT VOLUNTEER SHOOTING.

GOSPORT VOLUNTEER SHOOTING.

3RD HANTS AT BEOWNDOWN. On Saturday last the annual prize meeting in connection with the Gosport Detachment 3rd V.B.H.R. was held Browndown Ranges. The weather was fine, but there was a tricky rear wind blowing, which rendered shooting at the long ranges very difficult. Some goo
September 19, 1904 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE SEST I DAY STARTER! ; READY COOKED CEREAL

THE SEST I DAY STARTER! ; READY COOKED CEREAL

September 19, 1904 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England