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BAITING THE TRAP.

BAITING THE TRAP.

MILITARY PLAN TO DEFEAT GERMANY. Even with Paris in their possession the Germans would find that they were not at the end of the war,” says the Chronicle correspondent at Havre, but faced with a situation which looked like, and indeed would be in all reality, the beginning of a
3 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BY THE SKA. Special Weekend Tictoia, Includins- Ist Class Rail from and London, iritll Fnll Board Aocommo'tation. ROYAL PAVILION HuTKL,

BY THE SKA. Special Weekend Tictoia, Includins- Ist Class Rail from and London, iritll Fnll Board Aocommo'tation. ROYAL PAVILION HuTKL,

FOLKESTONE. SACKVILLE HOTEL, BEXHILL-oN-SEa. HOTEL BURLINGTON, DOVER. the sea. Self Links near. InMVday Monday, Friday to Monday, trs. 6d, from aiors Hotel* Hotel littssell, EosioUsquare, W.
3 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Alien Employees.

Alien Employees.

I have read with interest Reason versus Sentiment,” in to-night’s Globe.” I have just returned from having hair cut at a well-known hairdresser’s in Roadstreet, and was disgusted to find that the two assistants attending to customers each side one w a Hungarian and the other a G
3 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH LOSSES IN FRANCE. further official list OF CASUALTIES. NAMES OF MEN, SPECIAL “GLOBE MESSENGER FBOM TEE PRESS BUREAU. COMMUNIQUE.

BRITISH LOSSES IN FRANCE. further official list OF CASUALTIES. NAMES OF MEN, SPECIAL “GLOBE MESSENGER FBOM TEE PRESS BUREAU. COMMUNIQUE.

The tw) following lists casualties the Expeditionary Force have been received from the Base; Alien, 9609, Private F,, K O Scottish Borderers, wounded. kins, 54280, Corporal W. , E.F.A., wounded. Bards all, 10541, Private J, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, wounded. Barnes, 9366, P
3 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“THE GLOBE” POSTAL EIITIOH.

“THE GLOBE” POSTAL EIITIOH.

“THE GLOBE” POSTAL TME COUMTKY EACH KiORNaMG. For Reliable War and General News. Subscription Rate for Postal Edition, Subscription Rats for City Special including late fee : 1 week. Is. Qd. ; Edition posted at 5.30 p.nz.: 1 Week, 1 month, 4s. 4d. ; 3 months, 13s. Od.; 9d.; 1 mon
3 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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September 3,

3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE BANK RETURN.

THE BANK RETURN.

Th* Bank return chows further improve* in the position. The reserve is upwards 4a millions higher, the gold stock incrras. dv nearly £4,300,000, of which rather less than '£1,400,000 was received from abroad. Further heavy discounting operations by the Bank of England during the
3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
One Penny

One Penny

3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE KING AHD QUEEH.

THE KING AHD QUEEH.

ROYAL VISIT TO WOUNDED SOLDIERS. The Kinjf and Queen - drove this afternoon to the 1-oodon Hospital, at Whitechapel, to visit the wounded soldiers who ere being treated there. Their Majesties proceeded to the wards, and saw ail the wounded soldiers, and assured them their warm s
3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
IN THE ENEMY’S LINES WITH A

IN THE ENEMY’S LINES WITH A

PRISON Ea Some tlte soldiers have lost their way have, indeed, had most curious adventures. says Mr. George Renwick in his despatch the Daily Chronicle. 1 came aero** one—a sergeant—who made haste to tell me that he had a letter from a French commander! How he came by it, he tol
3 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England