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*■ J 4LL fight out STRUGGLE 4lNst a world Demies," „ Kaiser in a Dclaaiationf Vj|! M Berlin, Friday. Gazette publishes ,' r tj,''ifj r' lilla tion from the German 0f people" Since the 'P lf e it has been for ,-ir' °bject of the efforts of W , s ly f r ld, Cest °rs to preserve th
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GERMANY ASKS 24 HOURS'

GERMANY ASKS 24 HOURS'

Armistice from Belgium After the Attack on the Forts. 25,000 Men Lost. Important news comes to hand to-day regarding the Gerfrian attack on the Meuse. According to an official statement, the Germans been rorced to abandon their project after three days' heavy firing. Tne Ge-man
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOMBARDMENT OF BELGRADE.

BOMBARDMENT OF BELGRADE.

BRITISH LEGATION HIT. People Spend Time in Basements. Pbes3 Association War Special. Belgrade, Wednesday- After an interval of ten days' communication with the outer world has been restored and telegrams can now again be despatched, tho population of Belgrade, consisting at pres
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
&. 4 - LUCKY'Marriafie RINGS. 18-ct. Solid Gold- Latest Court Style#. Lifetim»'» wear. 10/6,15/-, 21/- up During salea special Marriage

&. 4 - LUCKY'Marriafie RINGS. 18-ct. Solid Gold- Latest Court Style#. Lifetim»'» wear. 10/6,15/-, 21/- up During salea special Marriage

SIFT FREE Special offer; Marriage and Keeper, the two, m in; O { c9^ %Kt P'. RAil FARE PAID 103 .1111 TESTIMONIALS -J:- Mr. C. Hannaford, Bigbury, near Kingsbridge, writes May t7th last: •'This is the Watch I have purchased from you- My CALLNOW OF FISH EATERS. ■I ft Six pairB (J
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BROWN THE THAT SATISFIES* DUNDEE END OF SEASON PRICES Now all the Season's Fashion Goods are marked for quick disposal.

BROWN THE THAT SATISFIES* DUNDEE END OF SEASON PRICES Now all the Season's Fashion Goods are marked for quick disposal.

The window displays will be found good guide to the many remarkable values waiting you within the Store. D. M. BROWN, THE ARCADE, DUNDEE. 3 Days More of DRAFFENS SALE. The concluding days of Draffen's Sale provide many special saving opportunities. Bargain groups are offered in
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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Public CALEDONIAN, GLASGOVf WESTERN, AND NOR!* WAY COMPANIES. £ IMPORTANT NO" The CALEDONIAN, WESTERN, and NORTH |»o® COMPANIES GIVE NOTICE/;?

Public CALEDONIAN, GLASGOVf WESTERN, AND NOR!* WAY COMPANIES. £ IMPORTANT NO" The CALEDONIAN, WESTERN, and NORTH |»o® COMPANIES GIVE NOTICE/;?

the EUROPEAN WAR PASSENGER and GOODS I?'' Subject MATERIAL (ft* CONTINUANCE WITHOUT The Companies will not be re«P '„ii Injury, Dama«e, or Delay n< , afford their Ordinary Services Services. , DONALD r ,««' General Manager, DAVID COOVilaa«®lv J General Manager, w. General BRITIS
7 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HERE AND THERE.

HERE AND THERE.

u ° T HE NATIONAL FUND In home industries. > ~ 0 N at THE GOVERNMENT, doing well, and , " lfestin rifl in its pro-1 ' 1 "' s ' however, will have to be Cn the sweep of the gathering! \ ?in /' Seest *hat Scots who have "ited States should write makof for our National Fund, 5 'tie
20 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH AND THE PRINCE OF WALES FUND.

PERTH AND THE PRINCE OF WALES FUND.

i' 1 1 ty chamberlain, Perth sV?-. «. Udon a ch^ue °- sum on be t >.St ' ity bales' National Relief t. S t _
20 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GERMANS GAIN FOOTING

GERMANS GAIN FOOTING

On Both Banks of Meuse. Battle Waging From Basle to Diest. Brussels, Wednesday. The following official communique is published here:— At tlvo present moment the general situation in the Belgian theatre of war may be described as follows: —After having lost a great deal of time,
20 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH TROOPS

BRITISH TROOPS

WILL BE KEPT TOGETHER IN BELGIUM, And Fight in United Strength. The Expeditionary British Force under Sir John French is being carried by rail to certain places where the operation of detraining will begin. We must assume that the zone selected for the concentration of our littl
20 August 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland