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INSPIRED BY ENGLISH POETS

INSPIRED BY ENGLISH POETS

Harry Kemp, who described himself as an American poet, was sentenced to twentyone days’ hard labour at Southampton, and recommended for deportation at the termination of his* sentence, for stowing himself away on the White Star liner Oceanic. The solicitor for the prosecution sa
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL CORFIELD, OF THE CAMEL CORPS.

PALL MALL CORFIELD, OF THE CAMEL CORPS.

PROTEST AGAINST DOWBIHG-STREET EPITAPH. EMPIRE UN-MAKING. A British Minister of State has chosen to engrave sentence of censure over the tomb of a gallant Englishman, dying in the effort to his best with the poor in. strnments given to him by headquarters. So writes Imperialist
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
WHAT IS “FREE TRADE”?

WHAT IS “FREE TRADE”?

So much the worse for the facts is still the motto of the. Cobdenite Press whenever those stubborn “chiels” refuse to accommodate themselves to the convenience of dogma. Undaunted by President Wilson’s repeated- and emphatic repudiations of Free Trade, the Daily News still tries
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW FLEET IN BEING

NEW FLEET IN BEING

CANADA “SHOULDER TO SHOULDER.” Canada stands shoulder shoulder with Australia and the other Dominions In the firm resolve safeguard the common heritage. - , —Mr. Bor Jen to Australian Premier. May that cement the Empire set firmer as the navies grow. —Australian Premier to Mr. B
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MEAT.

MEAT.

LONDON iCENTr.AL).—Fair supplies off QMictlj-. Arrivals of beef included (ons Scottish. fCO Livcrpco s;deb, and 6.5C0 Argentine hindcjutirters and foremiarters. OU'tatlons: Beef: Scottish -hort sides. «s. S-l. to 55.. lens «s. <d. 4s. 6d,, Irish short s'des 4s. 2d. 4s. 6d,. loog
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
111% 165% 90% 157% 56%

111% 165% 90% 157% 56%

6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
12.9-27/9

12.9-27/9

October 6, 191^
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
October 6, tq i

October 6, tq i

6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRISH CHAMPION INDISPOSED.

IRISH CHAMPION INDISPOSED.

Michael Moran, (Tie young Iri-.h champion, who finished third in the Open Championship at Hpylake in June; was not feeling at all well today, and had to seek' medical advice. He is suffering from muscular rheumatism in the shoulder, but hopes to be well enough to play to-morrow.
6 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
piKXTOGIAFHU.—Improrer Waatad. or taart naaly Yrutb to iaaru.—Apply Labour Kxcoaagi^ CHEMIST'S SHOP. -Boy Wanted for Erraade.—Apply Labour Exchange. AEKaA—Oeea, reliable

piKXTOGIAFHU.—Improrer Waatad. or taart naaly Yrutb to iaaru.—Apply Labour Kxcoaagi^ CHEMIST'S SHOP. -Boy Wanted for Erraade.—Apply Labour Exchange. AEKaA—Oeea, reliable

Bon for delivery Wasted.— Apply Labour Rkchaepe. /~tONFEOTIOXPR Boya, ape 14. for week. —Apply La boor EKokaope. BUILDCB— Boy about Want ad for yard aod to saeiaa sacarally.—Apply LaUar Eadunft, Oaort»atmt. TJICTURB HOUSE.—Smart Papa Boya Wasted, ape 16-16; waft*, aod Labour Exc
6 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England