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UNDELIVERED LETTERS.

UNDELIVERED LETTERS.

The total number fo undelivered packets of all kinds, including unaddressed packets and articles found loose, dealt with during the year ended March 31 is estimated to have reached a total of 33,093,000. The number of packets of all descriptions posted without any address and of
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
COME IN TO-DAY!

COME IN TO-DAY!

DON’T MISS THIS FINAL OPPORTUNITY It THE . CHASE & BAKER GO., LTD. f Makers of Perforated Marie), 45 a 47, Wigmore Street (next to Debenham Freebody»), LONDON, W.
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CONCERTS.

CONCERTS.

QUEEN’S HALL. Sole Lessees Chappell and Co. (Ltd.) V/fARGARET MEREDITH’S CONCERT J.VX OF CHAMBER MUSIC. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), AT THREE. VfARGARET MEREDITH’S CONCERT LVi , OF CHAMBER MUSIC. Tickets 10/6, 2/3. 1/- Concert-Direction: E. L. ROBINSON, 7, Wigmore-street. , STEINWAY HAL
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
W-DAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

W-DAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

COUNTY COURT JUPQE TO PAY COSTS* SEQUEL TO REFUSAL TO HEAR CASE AT MANCHESTER. HIGH COURT ORDER. KING’S BENCH PIVISION.—Before Jnstioca Ridley, Scruttoo, and Bailhache. The Court ordered his Honour Judge Mellor, of the Manchester County Court, to hear a case brought by Mr. _ Dic
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Leave to rest till in infinite light Of an endless morning we meet. Laj’ me to sleep in the cool

Leave to rest till in infinite light Of an endless morning we meet. Laj’ me to sleep in the cool

soft sod, By my own Cathedral door. With the brothers on earth of my Saviour and God, The friends that I loved—the poor. It is the same power that calls to Mr. Waugh for expression in his exquisite poem. But, in spite of all its dreaming memories of St. Swithun, and the Norman K
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CALLED TO ACCOUNT.

CALLED TO ACCOUNT.

It would seem that the German Crown Prince has already been called to account by the Kajscr for his part in the coptroversy. v . wilt be retelled that the Crown Wrote a vigorous letter to Dr. Bethmann* HoJlweg, the German Imperial Chancellor, declaring that his brother-in-law, P
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
INSULT TO THE GERMAN FLAG

INSULT TO THE GERMAN FLAG

STRANGE INCIDENT SWITZERLAND. PARIS, Monday. A special telegram from Geneva to the Excelsior states that grave incident l)as occurred at Lausanne. A German flag, which had been hoisted over the German Consulate in honour of the celebrations in connection with the anniversary of
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FALL ’’MALL' 16-FOOT WALL SCALED.

FALL ’’MALL' 16-FOOT WALL SCALED.

FALL ’’MALL 16-FOOT WALL SCALED. A convict named Frederick Williams, alias Bird, made a daring escape from Dartmoor this morning. Williams was serving a sentence three years’ penal servitude, with five years’ preventive detention. Twelve months ago he was brought from Wormwood Sc
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
At Bankruptcy Buildings, Carey-street

At Bankruptcy Buildings, Carey-street

Bankruptcy Buildings, Carey-street Flooc.—At 11: S. Joel first meeting. At 12: H. Bradsed, ditto. At 1: A. K. Barrett, ditto. BOOM Second Floor. —Nil. OFFICIAL RECEIVER—COMPANIES (WINDING UP). —Meetings at 33, Carey-street, W.C. —NU. KING'S BENCH JUDGE'S CHAMBERS.—Mr. Justice BUC
20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE*

PALL MALL GAZETTE*

20 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England