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MALES PARADED AND MADE TO SWEAR.

MALES PARADED AND MADE TO SWEAR.

A lively encounter took place in Trim, co. Meath, late last night. Dublin Castle report that a patrol of ten police wore fired on in Wellington-street shortly after eleven o’clock. The patrol replied with bombs and rifle fire. They also sent up Verey ‘lights, which showed some o
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PAI-1. MALL GAZETTE. “TIGER’S” ADVICE TO INDIA. WUATTHEGREATTEACBER SAID.

PAI-1. MALL GAZETTE. “TIGER’S” ADVICE TO INDIA. WUATTHEGREATTEACBER SAID.

“HELP ONE ANOTHER.” BOMBAY, Saturday. Like many others, M. Clemenoe»u k stated have formed the opinion that the unrest India is greatly magnified. In a speech at a garden party at Bombay be remarked that he had been told that there was trouble in India, but did not think much it
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MINERS’ WAGES SCHEME

MINERS’ WAGES SCHEME

The questions which arc to be sent out the district associations by the Miners’ Federation dealing with the new wage are in course preparation, and will probably be issued to-morrow. Another conference between • the sub-committec of the Miners’ Federation and the owners will tak
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FLOWERS AND SUNSHINE

FLOWERS AND SUNSHINE

The joys of Ac New Year’s festivi* tics have hardly yet faded out the memory of Hy&res Hotel guests, especially view the champagne dinner and really valuable presents meted out Zksk’s Grand Hotel, where the visitors include the Hon. lire. Lyon, Colonel and Mrs. Bidwetl. General
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
KERENSKY STILL HOPEFUL

KERENSKY STILL HOPEFUL

M. Kerensky, the former Rueeiee Premier, in an interview pirtilished the “Journal/' states that the propaganda campaign which the anti- Bolsheviks an*, carrying on in Russia meeting with success. Insurrections are taking place in the towns against the Bolshevik regime, and even
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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DUTY OF THE STATE,

DUTY OF THE STATE,

To the L’wtor the Pall Mall Gazette Sir, —Captain Loseby’s article reopens subject that deserves very fierious consideration. Without desiring to enter upon recriminations against those whom fortune or circumstances. good or bad, prevented from serving their country in the field
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
KILLED WHILE PLOUGHING.

KILLED WHILE PLOUGHING.

Joseph Jinks, aged 22, a smallholder of Ncwborough, near Peterborough, met remarkable death while ploughfee carried a gun for bird scaring on his plough, with the barrel pointing towards him, and when he turned the plough at the end of the furrow the reins caught the trigger and
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
WINTER SALADS.

WINTER SALADS.

Most people iik© celery. It has a delicate flavour -which blends well with other ingredients, and yet has a distinct taste of its own. The two following salads are rather uncommon, but are generally liked. Celery and Huts Salad.— Shredded or sliced nuts and finely sliced celery
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE. UNDER THE HAMMER,

PALL MALL GAZETTE. UNDER THE HAMMER,

Moot of the auction rooms are crammed with furniture, which, notwithstanding the command obsenra the utmost economy, appears to find a market. Messrs. Samuel B. Clark and Son will sell the furnituee and effects at 21. Portlund-pluce (having sold the lease), by order of Sir John
31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SI, 1921.

SI, 1921.

31 January 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England