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15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
MINDiG REGULATIONS IN MOROCCO.

MINDiG REGULATIONS IN MOROCCO.

(FROM OUR OWN coRREsroNDENT.) PARIS. JUNE 13. The Temps states that the draft of mining regulations winch has just been drawn up by the uchnical commission appointed by the British. French, Spanish, and German Governments for submission to the diplomatic representatives of the P
15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
GENERAL BOTHA'S POLICY.

GENERAL BOTHA'S POLICY.

PRETORIA, Jtrria 14.• General Botha made a declaration of policy in the Opera House here to-night. The building was crowded, and the assemblage gave the Union Premier an enthusiastic reception. General Botha said the time for silence had passed. There was no other way possible t
15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
GENERAL SCOBELL AND CAPE COLONY.

GENERAL SCOBELL AND CAPE COLONY.

CAPE TOWN. it - NE 14.* Major-General Scobell. the late Administrator of Cape Colony. will to-morrow for England on board the Union-Castle liner Saxon. lie will resume the Cape military command In September. General Scobell was entertained to-day at a luncheon at the City respon
15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE STUDY OF NAUTICAL ARCHEOLOGY.

THE STUDY OF NAUTICAL ARCHEOLOGY.

It was decided yesterday at a meeting at the Royal United Service Institut/00, Whitehall. to form • society for the study of nautical arclueology. Mr. W. L. R•A.. presided, and among those present were Admiral Sir R. N. Custance. Sir J. K. Laughton, Rear-Admiral Sir R. M. Blomfi
15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 

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ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

By Invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Rothschild, a meeting lil he held on Mueeday afternoon next. June fl. at Ciunnershnry Park, on of the work of the Church Army, with especial reference to the League of Friends of the Poor and the Boys Aid Department. Tho Bighop of Southampto
15 June 1910 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE THREATENED STRIKE OF LONDON BAKERS. ULTIMATUM TO EMPLOYERS.

THE THREATENED STRIKE OF LONDON BAKERS. ULTIMATUM TO EMPLOYERS.

At a meeting of the London operative bakers' strike committee it Ncr.s decided to write to the blaster Baker.' Society asking for a definite reply by March I as to whether they will grAnt the demands of the committee. If the renly.i. , chic the str;ke notices the following The s
21 February 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE CITY It

THE CITY It

THE CITY At ye.,terday'A meeting of the Conn of l'or f e j; Council. the Of and Chita' ente to the appointment of the licsrl•Me recommended(l) that the remain mai ( 2 ) that th.. salary be g 1,500 per annum: age limit for eandidates he axed • ( 4) OW mitten select. five candidate
21 February 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE CAMPAIGN IN THRACE. IV.t-THE DECISIVE BATTLE OF OCT. 28-NOV. 2.

THE CAMPAIGN IN THRACE. IV.t-THE DECISIVE BATTLE OF OCT. 28-NOV. 2.

(FROM A coitarsroymENT RECENTLY WITH THE BELOARI(2 CENERAL STAFF.) The morning of October 25 found the Bulgarian forces disposed roughly as follows: — The et and 9th Divisions of the Second Army inve,the: the southern, weetern, and northern faces of Adrianople; the 3rd Division
21 February 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
ROYAL DONATIONS.

ROYAL DONATIONS.

A CENTRAL COMMITTEE PROPOSED. The King has sent £2OO and the Queen and Queen Alexandra have sent £lOO each to the Lord Mayor for the Captain Scott Fund. The Lord Mayor received the following letters on Wednesday night : Privy Purse Office. Buckingham Palace, Feb. 19, 1913. My Lo
21 February 1913 - Evening Mail - London, London, England