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Is ~ Sso casually lists issued oy the Press Sureaa , the names are given of 108 officers Idlled ,

Is ~ Sso casually lists issued oy the Press Sureaa , the names are given of 108 officers Idlled ,

wounded , flTirt missing , and of 209 Tank and file Tsonndsd and . admitted to "the Jjondon HaspitaL . ( p . 7 . ) Ix ids . speech . io * his Legislative Council at Simla , the Tkeroy of India said it was no longer a secret that India had already dispatched two splendid division
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MINE ATTACHED TO LIFEBOAT DLVROT / rnAT , CTmrAN firfRrorrc

MINE ATTACHED TO LIFEBOAT DLVROT / rnAT , CTmrAN firfRrorrc

! j ! Our-. Gnmsby correspondent telegraphs : —A Gormaa ruse to destroy shipping by mines . has beec exposed' by • tho Grimsby steam trawler Agatha , the master of whicH yesterday furnished a detailed report Whilst tho Agatha was fishing in the North Sea a ship ' s boat was sigh
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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The Prince of Wales went for a long route marcn with his regiment , tho Grenadier Guards , yesterday afternoon . A column • of . recruits , extending well over a quarter of a mile , passed Buckingham Palace in the courso of a march . Tho men , who were in civilian dress , had ev
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"Abesdeek University Men and the Call to 'Arms" ( by Mr L . N . G . Ramsay , son

"Abesdeek University Men and the Call to 'Arms" ( by Mr L . N . G . Ramsay , son

of Sir "W . M . Ramsay ); - "" * German Spv' Craze in Gallowar" ( by the Rev : C . ' H . Dick ); end - ^ Should fas All-British / ' ( by Sir Jaines Crichicn-Browne ) , are subjects of letters to the Editor . s ¦ ¦ . ( p . 7 . ) . Loxdox discount market continued weak in tone , a
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EARLIER FIGHTING

EARLIER FIGHTING

. THE BRITISH OFFENSIVE . , Paeis , September 8 . The following official communique has been issued here : — 1 " On our left wing the Germans have crossed the Petit Morin in their retreat . . ¦ ' . " In an attempt to protect their communications they Have delivered violent but f
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PARLIAMENT IN SESSION . DfDTA'S fiHRAT RALLY .

PARLIAMENT IN SESSION . DfDTA'S fiHRAT RALLY .

MEN , MO 3 JEY , AND HORSES OFFERED . T v ~ ¦ ' ¦ Westmixstes , Wednesday Night , Den ,, indeed , must have been the iinagina- tion whict was not thrilled by . the announcements made in both . Houses of Parliament to-day of the rally which the chiefs and native rulers of India h
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INDIA FOR THE .. ¦; v .: ^ ; e ; mpire . ; : ' "¦¦ m . ' mthusiastig rally

INDIA FOR THE .. ¦; v .: ^ ; e ; mpire . ; : ' "¦¦ m . ' mthusiastig rally

* L ( . . ; I 700 NATIVE RULERS OFFER SUPPORT IN THE WAR . \ An important message was read in the House of Commons yesterday'by . Mr Charles Roberts , ' the Under Secretary for India . It was , a message from the Viceroy , indicating that the chiefs of India may be relied upon t
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE GERMAN KETKEAT . ¦ ¦• - ¦ ¦ • ¦ i INDICATIONS OF RETIREMENT ALON WHOLE FRONT .

THE GERMAN KETKEAT . ¦ ¦• - ¦ ¦ • ¦ i INDICATIONS OF RETIREMENT ALON WHOLE FRONT .

RRTTTWTT DRIVING- ENEMY RACK
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
JAPANESE , WAR : BILL

JAPANESE , WAR : BILL

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10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HATRED OF GERMANY

HATRED OF GERMANY

FRENCH SOLDIERS OFFENDED BY . AN ADVERTISEMENT . Havre , September 3 . I have just arrived here from Paris , which I left in the afternoon of Se ptember 1 . As all outgoing trains from Paris—and there are several every day —are crowded by English and American tourists desirous o
10 September 1914 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland