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P. ADAMS. W. ADDINGTON. H. ALLENSON F. AL.UMSON E. J. G. J. ANDERSON. F. K. APPLETON O. P. ANDERSON J. ARMSTRONG. J. J. ARMSTRONG F. W. ATES6. A. ATKINSON. •S. ATKINSON. T. ATKINSON. W ATKINSON. J. W, AYRE. T. AYRE. F. CAINES. J. IUINBRIDGE F. W. BRIDGE. C. BAINES. T. BAKER. F.
13 September 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
SHORTAGE OF GAS MANTLES.

SHORTAGE OF GAS MANTLES.

The great war is cutting both ways, Germany’s trade is paralysed, but in some respects the stagnation threatens to seriously affect the tolerably smooth continuance British Industrie* and actrvi- tic*. For (ionusy, till bow, Km eajoyod aa ahaoiato aosoyly «4 laaaafaotai* of iata
13 September 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
AS TO CHANNELS.

AS TO CHANNELS.

TO CHANNELS. The Secretary of the Admiralty the following statement For the of national defence it considered ueceMßary that certain channels in the to the Ihsnn AouM be closed, and all incoming veweh flying foreign flags, all Bntiak FMnk from all foreign and Colonial porta mid c
13 September 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
Naval Sto

Naval Sto

13 September 1914 - Evening Despatch - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IP GOING

IP GOING

While Stojii. lllllll6 Sir Horace will always ic forever the Bri% ? - **• Z- 1 half the W t,. ~® terrible fighting b® reca that Arm J° the command of . the sudden the eve of vr >f> ii,. ~*tingtiitihed officer of the fighting % during L, ! lVa> • rB> Beginning with ZWian t)i he s
13 September 1914 - The People - London, London, England
 

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COMRADES IN ARMS EXCHANGE GREETINGS

COMRADES IN ARMS EXCHANGE GREETINGS

FRENCH COMMANDER PRAISES UNFAILING SUPPORT OF BRITISH ARMY. Trance Is grateful to Britain for her loyal assistance in fighting the common foe, and the French Commander-in-Chief is proud of the splendid work of the British soldier. The following exchange of greetings between comr
13 September 1914 - The People - London, London, England
 
FIGHTS IN THE AIR.

FIGHTS IN THE AIR.

BRITISH DESTROY FIVE GERMAN MACHINES. ' V I wish, particularly bring your lordship’s notice the admirable work done by the Koval Flying Corps under Sir David Henderson. Their skill, energy and perserveranoe have been beyond all praise. They have furnished me with the most comple
13 September 1914 - The People - London, London, England
 
INDIA FOR THE KING 2

INDIA FOR THE KING 2

INDIA FOR THE KING ' [Reproduced kind permission of the Proprietors “Punch.” Into the West they are marching t This is their longed-for day When that which England gave them they may at last repay; When for the faith she dealt them, peasants and priests and lords. When for the lo
13 September 1914 - The People - London, London, England
 
WAR AND INSURANCE ACT

WAR AND INSURANCE ACT

AAVICJE r O WiVES OF SOLO(ER3 AMD SAIVORS. A issued by the National Health Insurance Comruisaioti contains for wives of men serving in the Navy Army, including Reservists, Naval Volunteers, and Territorials. The naval and military authorities will pay the men's contributions, th
13 September 1914 - The People - London, London, England