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hotels & for & families. TJOURNEMCUTH.—ROYAL EXETER HOTEL (late Newlyn’s). Thoroughly Transfonno4. Redecorated throughout. New Proprietors. Expert Management. Perfect Cuiilne,

hotels & for & families. TJOURNEMCUTH.—ROYAL EXETER HOTEL (late Newlyn’s). Thoroughly Transfonno4. Redecorated throughout. New Proprietors. Expert Management. Perfect Cuiilne,

every Modern Comfort at Minimum Cost. Kew Reduced Tarlfi. Bournemouth's moat Up-to-date Hotel.—W. A. COX, Resident Managing Director (Proprietor. Hotel Ventnor; late Manager. Hotel. Tel. 2274. Garage.
30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Mourning receipt of Telegram *r Letter experienced assistant will be sent Free of Charge to any part the country with

Mourning receipt of Telegram *r Letter experienced assistant will be sent Free of Charge to any part the country with

full selection menming goods. The REGENT ST. HOUSE of Peter Robinson L d Address .* M OrmtUmaL/* London,
30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Austrians’' Tn Carmans >—s-3

Austrians’' Tn Carmans >—s-3

Austrians’ Carmans >— s- Tie HOME OFFICE AND BUREAU. VIEWS OF “GLOBE” READERS, A Military Position. As a member of the Bar, I should naturally agree that the position Home Secretary should held barrister; but if, in these abnormal times, a barrister of the right calibre is net av
14 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
London Amusements. THEATRES. ALDVntCH. BELIZE TORK KvsNnrc, .ts. MATIN ESS, WED. 2.^, Erica, Cd. T«l. Qm. 2315. APOLLO. —Henry Lovrenfcld

London Amusements. THEATRES. ALDVntCH. BELIZE TORK KvsNnrc, .ts. MATIN ESS, WED. 2.^, Erica, Cd. T«l. Qm. 2315. APOLLO. —Henry Lovrenfcld

So^o Tosi B. L'.rii, » M»na?«* TO-NIOMT. *t S.3'l. CKARI-Ed CO. -SBTUN KEYS 3ALDBATI. Georso M. Cohaa. MATS., WEDS, aud BAT».. 2.?- . Office open 10 to It. Gcrrard g3«o T'M-TKE TuHK’S. TO-NIGHT, atB 30 Churl « presents - "t’HE TITTLE MINIaTEK, J -*- f m .:, jlLinw Thursday ar.d
14 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
fIC every man who offers to join and give bun the method cbt ■= litE tUMIuUWj. some kind of military

fIC every man who offers to join and give bun the method cbt ■= litE tUMIuUWj. some kind of military

drill ? (hear, hear), ,be achieved. No answer was given. j CASE FOR SUSPENSION. * ! SMALL MATTER/’ I was clear that Lord Lansdown© (CONTUTUED FEOM PAGE 1.) I to SEVEN this will operate against Englishmen still cl what it was claimed should British, ... , • aHrnitting that held t
14 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DETAILS OF ORGANISATION. French and German 1 Amy Corp 3 Divisions 1 Division . =2 Brigades Brigade ... = 2

DETAILS OF ORGANISATION. French and German 1 Amy Corp 3 Divisions 1 Division . =2 Brigades Brigade ... = 2

Regiments Regiment = 3 Bartaiicns In addition, each division allotted a certain amount of artillery, cavalry, engineers, ambulances, and transport. The British Division consists the same number men but is organised a i follows 1 Army Corps * 2 Divisions Division = 3 Brigades 1 B
14 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
I ALLIES IN BELGIUM.

I ALLIES IN BELGIUM.

ALLIES IN BELGIUM. RUSSIAN AND FRENCH TROOPS IN FLANDERS. For two days 1 have been on a long trek looking for the Russians, says Mr. Percy J. Philip, the Daily News correspondent at Ghent, and 1 have found them—where and how many it would not be discreet tell —but the published s
14 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
the House of Commons, this afternoon, Mr. McKenna said had accepted responsibility for the administration of the Press Bureau, which

the House of Commons, this afternoon, Mr. McKenna said had accepted responsibility for the administration of the Press Bureau, which

had been reorganised during the past week. Enthusiasm was aroused by the reading of a message from the Viceroy of India, in which he said the 700 rulers of Indian native States had with one accord rallied to the defence of the Empire with their personal services and resources of
9 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AMERICA AND OUR ARMED

AMERICA AND OUR ARMED

MERCHANTMEN. FROM OUR CORRESPOROEHT. It had always been anticipated that Mr. Churchill’s policy of arming a number of British merchant ships with a couple of 4.7 inch guns for purposes of self-defence would lead to trouble of some sort, and although many suggestions were made as
9 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SUN LIFE

SUN LIFE

OFFICE. Estd. 1810. LIFE and ENDOWMENT ASSURANCES. WITH or WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION. SINKING FUND or CAPITAL REDEMPTION ASSURANCES. Apply to tli« General Uanager, 63, Tbreadneedls Street, Lendon, E.C, f®r the Society’s New Pamphlet, “THE MODERN METHOD OF STORING SAVINGS.”
1 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England