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BRITISH CASUALTIES.

BRITISH CASUALTIES.

CmUmmA from Page 1. Ljm, Lieut. A. P. P-, Gorton Highlander*. Masnth, Second-lieut, C. G., Royal Irish Rflgimmt. Neish, Lietk. Col. P. H.. Gorton Highlanders Neish, CapUin W., Gordon Highlanders. Panter-Downes, Brevet-Major E. M., Royal Irish Regt. Peek, Lieut. R. G., 9th Lancer
7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MOTORS AT THE FRONT.

MOTORS AT THE FRONT.

FATE OF MESSRS. WARING AND GiLLOW'B FLEET. Messrs. Waring and Gillow, whose motor vans were commandeered for service with the British Expeditionary Force, have received the following from an employee, now serving with the Ist Division Cavalry Sajply Column : Just a line in refer
7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
September 7, 19*4

September 7, 19*4

7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO-MORROW.

TO-MORROW.

Earl Curs.'n of Krdlrston Music Hall. Aberdeen Rt. Hon H;nnr Chaplin. M.P. Purliy Mr- Hamar Greanwood, M.P. Watford Mr. M.S. Am*nr. M.P. T Wells Earl Wlnterion, P. ... Mr. M. R. Pringle, Horsham M.P. •) addition to the already announced at which l»rd Charles Rcresford will spnik
7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO.OAY*B LONDON BETTING.

TO.OAY*B LONDON BETTING.

THE ST. LEOER.—4 to 1 agst Peter the Hermit (t and o), to 1 Hapsburg (o), 9 to 8 Kennymore (t and o), 10 1 bar three. WINDSOR RACES. Messrs. Frail state that there nothing to prevent racing taking place at Windsor on September 18 and 19. FOOTBALL: HALF-TIME SCORES. Bolton Wander
7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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A GREAT SPORTING VOLUME SAM DARLING’S REMINISCENCES ■rtttan by Hlmnlt ai/- a.ILLS ft BOON will imae ra Wedoewfey next this

A GREAT SPORTING VOLUME SAM DARLING’S REMINISCENCES ■rtttan by Hlmnlt ai/- a.ILLS ft BOON will imae ra Wedoewfey next this

fine racing volume, which contains Picture* is Photngrmvute and 38 lllunlnttaM in Photographs. N.B.—A apacial large paper edition, limited strictly to 75 copies, and printed on hand-made paper, bound in half-aMrooeo and boxed, pr.es £8 18 net, is also iamind. This edition is sig
7 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FIRE AT PERTHSHIRE FARM STACKYARD

FIRE AT PERTHSHIRE FARM STACKYARD

CAUSES DAMAGE AMOUNTING TO £1000. Damage to the extent of about £1000 was caused by a fire which broke out in the stackyard at the farm of • Broomhill, Forteviot, occupied by Mrs Monteith. about noon on Saturday. Threshing operations were in progress when one of the workmen enga
7 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

C TRADE, Saturday.—The Exchange is practically leserted this morning. People hare encouragement attend. There is a little delivery lor India, and a few firms are busy with Government work, but everything else dull. Even the home trade is depressed. A bic victory the Continent wo
7 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NONE OF ALLIES TO CONCLUDE PEACE

NONE OF ALLIES TO CONCLUDE PEACE

WITHOUT CONSENT OF THE OTHERS. The Foreign Office issues the folio-wing for publication:— DECLARATION. The tmdersigned, duly authorised thereto their respective Governments, hereby declare as follows: —The British, French, and Russian Governments mutually engage not to conclude
7 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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7 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland