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14 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRIMATE AND BELGIAN REFUGEES.

PRIMATE AND BELGIAN REFUGEES.

Ihe Archbishop of Canterbury, accompanied Mrs Davidson, on Saturday paid a visit to the Folkestone Technical Schools, which are now used as the headquarters of the Belgian Relief Fund Committee. His Grace was received by the Mayor of Folkestone (Lieut.-Col. Penfold), Basil Willi
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOVERNMENT AND HOME RULE BILL.

GOVERNMENT AND HOME RULE BILL.

Mr Asquith's statement the House of Commons on the intentions of the Government with regard the Home Rule Bill and the Welsh Disestablishment Bill has been postponed from to-day till to-morrow. is, understood that further negotiations are taking place between the parties.
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ON THE TRACK OF THE INVADER.

ON THE TRACK OF THE INVADER.

ON THE TRACK THE INVADER. German Soldiers Too Tired to Run Give Themselves Up for Chateau Thierry, The ever fainter boom of the big over the fields and woods to the north j me most emphatic language that the debacle has bjgun. # A full half of the Kaiser's armies rS 5, is in full
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POPULARITY OF THE BLACK WATCH AT PERTH.

POPULARITY OF THE BLACK WATCH AT PERTH.

Recruits their hundred" still roll up to; the Black Watch depot at Perth. Probably no time its history has the popularity the regiment been semphatically demonstrated. From all parfs of the country e come strapping young fellows—from \merica and from Canada and other colonies. P
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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A CLEVER CLEARANCE AT DENS PARK.

A CLEVER CLEARANCE AT DENS PARK.

Bowi® (Rangers) is tackled by Burns (Dundee), and Balfour, the Dundee goalkeeper, clears
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUTWARD AMERICAN MAILS

OUTWARD AMERICAN MAILS

Mails are despatched from Dundee for New fork every Wednesday, Friday, and Sat irday by British mail steamers. No mailt ire sent by steamers under any other than she British flag. • Dae Route New Date. Steamer. Time. Via York, tept. New York, 2.50 p.m., Queenst'n. Sept. 2< Jept.
14 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
b O'CLOCK. Touritr.

b O'CLOCK. Touritr.

ONE RALFPANNY, TRADE ADDRESSES MONEY. APARTMENTS, LODGINGS, ka. QPECIAL ART - I(I.ES on • wariooti 1 4 1 HALIFAX
14 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MONDAY. SNPTEMBEI 14, 1914. ... 011:RMAN8 ON THE RUN.

MONDAY. SNPTEMBEI 14, 1914. ... 011:RMAN8 ON THE RUN.

MONDAY. SNPTEMBEI 14, 1914. 01 1 :RMAN8 ON RUN. The nem: frown ti;;•411 .-- ; Of war in Prance, rereiree doring imeli-ead, is most arrow. aging to the AM.., die retirement of ilia . German. haring &generated into . a 11. cperially th,r ric - ht wing_ Priam...ea to aboadeoce hare
14 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
!liar Prayer. By th 4 Rev. Dr .7 D. Jewett, of An.- )04,

!liar Prayer. By th 4 Rev. Dr .7 D. Jewett, of An.- )04,

Prayer. By th 4 Dr .7 D. Jewett, of An.- Almigbty God, _ We have board that Thou oanwet in and darkness. and that Thou ndest wimp of the wind. Lt not oar stron., cinininnancien make us numb to Thy i • but may we an Tby p4vilion tI atom n In any defeat I us from per:lona deriponde
14 September 1914 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England