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EELPING GERMANY.

EELPING GERMANY.

took twelve months to induce the Government to withdraw the infamous order which paralysed the power, our Fleet and allowed cotton to be shipped Germany for the making of shells. How long, wonder, will they remain deaf to the plea to forbid the export of 'all piece goods from th
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE TWO KINGS.

THE TWO KINGS.

Events are moving fast in the Near East. M. Venizelos carried his motion in the Greek Chamber affirming the determination of Greece to stand by her plighted word* and to resist Bulgarian aggression upon Serbia. But the ultimate decision still rested with the King, and we can onl
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN LOAN.

THE AMERICAN LOAN.

Sir,—Your correspondent “C.A.N. is quite right. I knew why the loan was being issued in America, and saw the danger of its not effecting its object unless steps were taken which I outlined, and which, thanks to The Globe, have now been taken by the Treasury. Having achieved the
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEtt 6.

THE GLOBE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEtt 6.

06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WAR WORK IN THE COURTS. BUSINESS DISPUTES AND |NEMY TRADiNG CASES. The Law Courts will reopen for the Michaelmas sittings

WAR WORK IN THE COURTS. BUSINESS DISPUTES AND |NEMY TRADiNG CASES. The Law Courts will reopen for the Michaelmas sittings

on Tuesday next. The cases down for hearing in the King’s Bench Division nuinber 373 against 467 in the corresponding term last year. The decrease is mainly in the cases to be heard before special juries, the total being 89 compared with 150 in 1914, while the libel and actions
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1916.

THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1916.

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06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH RAH

BRITISH RAH

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06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NATAL NOTES.

NATAL NOTES.

ESTIMATING OUR ANTI-SUBMARINE SUCCESSES, CONFLICTING STATEMENTS.
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
iUSCELLANEOUta.

iUSCELLANEOUta.

NOW IS TBS HUE TO LXABN UOTOaiNO tar car owner* and otbara lake a abort oouraa driving at boon convenient to yonrsell (day or evening).—Apply the SCHOOL at UOtOHt ISQ (Ltd.), S. Coventry-cucet. kiccadaiy-clrcu*, W, lor “c. 0." book tree. MOXOB Should your car require overhaallng
06 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Amount expended in direct consequence the w»r to Sept. 30. 1916, the SHIPWRECKED MARINERS’ SOCIETY in rlctlms of the Enemy's

Amount expended in direct consequence the w»r to Sept. 30. 1916, the SHIPWRECKED MARINERS’ SOCIETY in rlctlms of the Enemy's

action 13,023. Patron: HIS MAJESTY THE KIHO. Chairman ; Admiral W. P. B. MANN. ■ Sec.: O. E. Macdk, Esq.. ». Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East. S.W.. who wUI ftUdly recolvo comtribution* to aaolat reducing OVEBDJtAFT OF
09 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England