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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6# 1913 ONE PENNY*

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6# 1913 ONE PENNY*

MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6 # 1913 ONE PENNY* independent Kingdom, the integrity of the Empire need no more be disturbed than it is the existence of the independent Kingdoms of Bavaria, Saxony, and Wurtemburg, and of the numerous principalities that acknowledge the overlordship of
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVY AND EMPIRE.

NAVY AND EMPIRE.

Widespread disappointment will be felt at the announcement that the Government not intend to summon an Imperial Naval Conference this autumn. In the Dominions, indeed, where it had been confidently assumed that the meeting Imperial Ministers would take place, the general feeling
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Autumn Hats are Chic To-day. By Callisthenes. Madame’s flats runs the wording on the Beifridge Posters. This cryptir announcement catches

Autumn Hats are Chic To-day. By Callisthenes. Madame’s flats runs the wording on the Beifridge Posters. This cryptir announcement catches

the eye cf the waiting passenger on the station platforms all over the country. Madame’s Hats ! and on closer inspection, Special show of Autumn styles Selfridge’s.” Ere you have read this column, the Millinery Salons will have already been visited by hundreds of ladies who have
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CUBAN PORTS COMPANY.

CUBAN PORTS COMPANY.

Messrs. Sperling and Go. have received cabled advice from Havana that tho company’s suit against the Government has been dismissed the grounds that the concession is an administrative contract and the President has constitutional power to suspend such a contract pending legal de
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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IN FEW LINES. NEWS TO-DAY EROM ALL QUARTERS. The Registrar o£ the University of Bristol announced yesterday that Mr. Lewis

IN FEW LINES. NEWS TO-DAY EROM ALL QUARTERS. The Registrar o£ the University of Bristol announced yesterday that Mr. Lewis

Fry has retired from the chairmanship of the Council, and has been succeeded by Mr. George A. Wills. Alderman Stephen Penfold rviil next month elected Mayor of Folkestone tor the seventh time. the first fill the office more than six times since the Municipal Corporations Act was
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COMPANY.

COMPANY.

Gentlemen.—l request you reserve for me 5 per cent. Consolidated Mortgage Debentures, of tiuo cscli. and on receipt from you of copy of the prospectus dated Ist October, 1913, Issued you I wiU sign and return you formal application for such Deben- cheque for £ being per Debentur
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTUS.

PROSPECTUS.

The present Company acquired the 15th December, the Property known as The Piccadilly Hotel, on the'site facing Piccadilly and Regent Street, with the furniture fittings, equipment, stores and goodwill, lor tiie sum 'of £500.000, to which should added £lO,OOO provided to meet cer
6 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW BALKAN. CRISIS.

NEW BALKAN. CRISIS.

GREECE AND THE TURKISH MENACE.
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GREECE CONCILIATORY.

GREECE CONCILIATORY.

Reuter’s Agency is informed that the Greek Government is expecting to receive to-day the latest proposals of the Ottoman Government. In reply Greece will declare that she is willing to make any reasonable concessions on the outstanding questions, being sincerely desirous of prom
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England