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FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. THE DANZIG ESPIONAGE CASE. A Danzig telegram to the Lokalanzeiger states that the. first search carried out

FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. THE DANZIG ESPIONAGE CASE. A Danzig telegram to the Lokalanzeiger states that the. first search carried out

at the house Dr. Saegel, the dockyard engineer who is suspected of having offered plans snbmairinee to Great Britain and France, revealed nothing to incriminate Seegel, but that when second search, which led to Seegel arrest, was made the addresses of British naval authorities w
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AWAITING ARANA.

AWAITING ARANA.

In the Companies Winding-up Court to-day, Mr. Justice Swinien Eady again had before him the petition E. A. Bedscale and others for the compulsory winding-up of the Peruvian Amazon Company (Ltd.), a company carrying business in the Putumayo district South America, in which it has
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVAL NOTES.

NAVAL NOTES.

18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(PROm OUR CORRESPOMBKMTSa)

(PROm OUR CORRESPOMBKMTSa)

OUR CORRESPOMBKMTSa) “TOOTHLESS.” BUT NOT INEFFECTIVE. Prematurely the -word Ichabod_ been written over the name of the battleship Renown, the erstwhile luxuriously fitted-up flagship Sir John Fisher and subsequently the Royal yacht in which the Duke and Duchess oi Connaught in 1
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRAND’S ESSENCE OF BEEF

BRAND’S ESSENCE OF BEEF

Invaluable in all cases of Exhaustion and Weak Digestion. & for tourists & families. BOURNEMOUTH.—CANFORD CLIFFS HOTEL, a beautiful Hotel two miles from, standing J 3 its Cliff, with down to E«ach. »*w Golf Link* quite close. Koted tor excellent CmsiM. BO I RNEMOUTH.—NORFOLK HOT
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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IN A TEW LINES.

IN A TEW LINES.

IN TEW LINES. NEWS OF TO-DAY PROM ALL QUARTERS. Snow is falling heavily in Guernsey, and the high wind is creating quite a blizzard. Gold bars to the amount or Ks. 1,714,000 have been shipped to London per ss. Salsette private account, saya Reuter. A heavy easterly gale prevails
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MUSIC

MUSIC

18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OIL COMPANY WITH PROSPECTS

OIL COMPANY WITH PROSPECTS

Since its reorganisation little while ago, when tlio undertaking came under the capable management of Mr. E. T. Bo.mll, there has been considerable improvement in the prospects of ■the Galician Oil Trust, which is reflected in the increased demand for, and the advance in, the co
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CZAE’S LETTEE.

THE CZAE’S LETTEE.

Hr. Dillon, in the Telegraph,” declares that the” Note dispatched by the Russian Emperor the Emperor Francis Joseph was not worded in the way outlined by the message the agencies. It was far more courteous; it contained such word as inflexible or inflexibility, nor their equival
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GRAVE VIEW IN BERLIN.

GRAVE VIEW IN BERLIN.

According to the Berlin correspondent, of the “ Times the present stage the situation is regarded there with rather more anxiety than it is convenient to admit. The Frankfurter Zeitung” reports from Bucharest that Russia is helping to advise a conciliatory attitude in Bulgaria,
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England