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3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS. ASSISTING A DESERTER.

THE ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS. ASSISTING A DESERTER.

For aiding and abetting a private of a Territorial Regiment to desert, by supplying him with civilian clothes, a labourer was at Doncaster on Thursday fined 405., a month. The Provost-Marahal pointed out that desertion in time of war was a most serious offence, punishable death,
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE FATE OF A SPY.

THE FATE OF A SPY.

How a Sharp-witted Native Caught a German Seoret Service Man. How thorough has been the German epy system in Belgium is afforded by the following incident. Six Uhlans, riding unconcernedly through enemy’s ,-ountry twenty miles from their base, went through Asechc. They appeared
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER DISASTER

ANOTHER DISASTER

German Cruiser Sunk In the Ci: f of Finland by the Russians. During a smart, encounter between German*' and Russian cruisers and torpedo craft in the Culf of Finland the German light cruiser Magdeburg went ashore one of the numerous islands in this difficult channel. There was a
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
SIR BERKELEY MILNE.

SIR BERKELEY MILNE.

The Press Bureau has issued the following: " The Admiralissirao of the French Fleet, Vice-Admiral Boue dc Lapeyrferc, has, assumed, command of the combined Anglo-French fleet in the Mediterranean. As consequence, Admiral Sir Berkeley Milne, 81., who is senior this officer, has g
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TWO-HORSE SATURDAY WIRE.

TWO-HORSE SATURDAY WIRE.

TWO SHILLINGS. Send at once for onr
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
OFFICERS.

OFFICERS.

When any information is received as to the health or safety of an officer, it is once telegraphed from the War Office to his nextof-km. It also communicated to the Press for publication. In the case of Territorial Force officers serving home, the notification will made from the
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
EX AND SOCIAL NERVOU! rURED IN 12 V Nirvotisncssdcjiriven T.) « iuplo>mtnt, f' Hfi*. Strengthen I Herrin and regain nii»urally

EX AND SOCIAL NERVOU! rURED IN 12 V Nirvotisncssdcjiriven T.) « iuplo>mtnt, f' Hfi*. Strengthen I Herrin and regain nii»urally

bright look, nnrl « ' *\ yonraelf * infallible iiyßtcin. to cnr« y»., • Wonderful iniprvvoroeot I iloy. No I Send once •-t.inijr* for Kirtk-nla o. EUdOIT-SMITH. l.ndgate Circun, I/ondon. days; yo*- J -hrW your bd<l 4 ronfl. J » you. I ['in lit L Ihnw. p*-nny •» -^wa •ul;ir?. Aft
3 September 1914 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
“HO SUBSTAHTIAL CHARGE.’*

“HO SUBSTAHTIAL CHARGE.’*

The Press Bureau issued just before mid* night the followini! circular:— Tta sitaatlan ta tta Preach theatre' war has aat aadcrgaae substantial chaage. The paaHlea at tta ARlaa to mta* t». • - There tadteettoae that tta ffanaaß aiaecawat to dwetaptag ta tta east aad wath*cast di
5 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GIFTS FOR SALE IN BELFRI DOE’S

GIFTS FOR SALE IN BELFRI DOE’S

WINDOW.
3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England