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PALL MALL GAZETTE,

PALL MALL GAZETTE,

WEDNESDAY, September 3, 1913. Editorial Offices i 12 and 14, Newton Street. W.C, Telephone 4306 (Four Lineah TtUgraphic Address Palmaga*, Lmdam.
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Detective-Inspector’s Story.

Detective-Inspector’s Story.

Detective-Inspector Ward stated that Julv 16 last he received information of the robbery, and, with other officers, had since been engaged in making investigation into the robbery. About 3.30 Monday afternoon was near the Museum Tube station, and there saw Gri//ard standing insi
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ACROSS THE MARITZA.

ACROSS THE MARITZA.

COUNTRY FULL OF TURKS. The “Daily Telegraph” has received the following statement from a well-informed correspondent: According to' authoritative information received from Sofia, it appears that, in spite of the pledge she gave Europe in the Note sent on lulv 19. and of the stat
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S NEWS IN BRIEF ITEMS FROM THE COUNTRY

TO-DAY’S NEWS IN BRIEF ITEMS FROM THE COUNTRY

AND ABROAD. Lord Halsbnry’s Birthday. . , Lord Halsbury, who is enjoying the best or heafth, is spending his birthday at Newquay with Lady Halsbury and son and daughter. Lord Tiverton and Lady Evelja Giffard. Premier’s Suffragettes. No further proceedings are to be taken against
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
RUBBER AND TEA MARKETS

RUBBER AND TEA MARKETS

Messrs. Gow, Wilson, and Stanton, Limited. 13, Rood-lane. E.C., report
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
September 3, 1913

September 3, 1913

Martin, F. V. Monk, and L. S. Dawe, their Amateur International quartette, again turn- Lng out, ought to be one of the hardest teams in London to beat, and Clapton, with all last season’s men again available, should well while ton stone, having improved their ground, are anticip
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
®k CWiWer,

®k CWiWer,

CWiWer, Turf Accmtaats Aivcrtiscants. SPECIAL NOTICE. AOvertbemsnts under this bsadtac ars scolnlsatf to Turt Accsimtants «tM art memhero af ® of the Londen OMM I** e»oria, Albert, and Beaotsrt), and «dM Hass !r" ®®rtified bena-tMe msmkars by their mynttei Secretaries.
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
f ——- £1:1:0 a year secures Absolute Safety for YOUR Valuables. Wbea clients place valuables in the Chancery Lane Safe

f ——- £1:1:0 a year secures Absolute Safety for YOUR Valuables. Wbea clients place valuables in the Chancery Lane Safe

Deposit they know that they are safe and under their own control—that they are guarded day and nightguarded closer than state secrets The Chancery Lane Safe Deposit is absolutely fire and burglar proof. Trustics and others can obtain Safts with two, thrtt, or mart locks when req
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
RACING ITEMS.

RACING ITEMS.

White Magic is a certain runner for the St. Legcr. Mr. Harvey's Crowthornc, who ran in the Friar)- Nursery Handicap yesterday, returned home lame this morning to Upper Lambourne. Herbert rides at Folkestone on both afternoons at the end of the week. The Acting Stewards at Derby
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
On the Race Side.

On the Race Side.

Blackwell’s The Piet and DevU’s Dodge covered good mile and quarter. Butters sent Hamerton and Seremond a good mile and a half, and Columbus a similar distance. Cannon sent Sir Martin and Lady Eileen a useful mile and a quarter, and Adam Bede and Sherwood Lassie useful mile. Day
3 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England