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TUE POK ERS AND THE WAR.

TUE POK ERS AND THE WAR.

It is now confirmed that Turkey, in defiance of the wishes of the Powers and of her own pledges, has re-occupied Adrianconle. The Ambassadors will meet Louden to-morrow to consider what steps should be taken the Powers to convince Turkey the rashness of disobedience. It is under
23 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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23 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCRA.TCEENGS.

OFFICIAL SCRA.TCEENGS.

GOODWOOD.—Stewards’ Cup—Aigloa, Earl Girl, Daadruio (after p.m. jeaterdaj). High (at to-day) Drayton Handicap—Honaetir. HURST PARK.—Stanley Selling Plate-Knight of the Heather. Handicap—Sobieeki, Happy Johnny. Hampton Court Stakes—King Philip. LlVERPOOL.—Southport T.Y.O. Plate —
23 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PROFITS FROM TIN

PROFITS FROM TIN

Following on the fall in the price of tin in recent months, Siamese Tin Syndicate shares irave in value, but they are now firm market at 3f|, on the results shown the report for the year ended March 31 last. The net profit amounted £40,822, and the dividend for the year is made
23 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JJRL'HY LANE THEATRE ROYAL.

JJRL'HY LANE THEATRE ROYAL.

LANE THEATRE ROYAL. .SIR JOSEPH BEEOEAM'3 SEASON. Last three performances, the xo-muht, « s.w. NAKCISSK. aAC WUS TEMPS. Mil.’l !)'DX i'AUIiE. PiIINCK IGOB, iline. KAil-AVI.NA; ilil. BDLII. Conductor, il. ithene-Baton. RUSSIAN BALLET. TO-MORROW, JL at J.A ' CYGSEs, SPECTRE OE HOSE
23 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. F. E. SMITH.

MR. F. E. SMITH.

MR. SIEVIER’S ORATION AND MR. MARSHALL HALL’S COMPARED. Mr. F. E. Smith, addressing the jury for the plaintiff, said he preferred the oration of Mr. Sievier to that of Mr. Marshall Hall whidi, he said, was devoted to the tittletattle of the case. . Mr. Sievier, he said, had, how
23 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
RtJOIOINQ IN CONSTANTINOPLE.

RtJOIOINQ IN CONSTANTINOPLE.

The news of the occupation of Adrianople has caused the utmost excitement and enthusiasm among the Turkish population, says the Times Constantinople correspondent. . . Public opinion is optimistic as to the reception by the Powers of the new fait accompli. The promulgation of th
23 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE STOLEN NECKLACE

THE STOLEN NECKLACE

CONFLICTINQ VIEWS OF PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL DETECTIVES. PARIS. Wednesday. The inquiries of MM. Calchas and Debisshop (detectives retained by Lloyd’s) tend to show that the robbery of the pearl necklace could not have been committed either before the packet was handed to the postal
23 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE TALK OF THE TOWN.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN.

While the Queen and Princess Mary are in Germany next month they will inspect the apartments that are being prepared Heidelberg for Prince Albert, who is to be entered at the University there in the autumn. When his Royai Highness goes to Heidelberg he will be under the stricter
23 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England