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BRITISH SHIPS SUNK.

BRITISH SHIPS SUNK.

The following i« a H*t of British ships sunk by German cruisers, with the name of the owners, tonnage, dale, position, and name of German vessel, etc. EKerman and Bucknall. City .of Winchester, 6,800, August 6, off Socotra, KSnigeberg. Houston, Hyadee, 8.786. Auguet IS, miles ca
28 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S GEIERAL

TO-DAY’S GEIERAL

UrS WELCOME KLFAST. SIR E CURSOR AID ULSTER
28 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CITY NOTES

CITY NOTES

mws from India, tite coodition of the cotton nduatiy is atinfar from bright. OM cooaarhr revival la place, more tnacninery win have to atappid for want of ordwre. Owing to too nncertainty In priaea bnvera are eot in toe aeoad to optrata. More settled condiriona raw cotton circle
28 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LECTURES.

LECTURES.

f TNIVBRBITY MUABUM LBCTURBS. tor. BAMWTgR.rLETCHgg. F.R.1.8.A., Aothar rSs^sK“i^,...c
28 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CAI ADA’S WHEAT SOITLI.

CAI ADA’S WHEAT SOITLI.

ACREAGE TO BE DOUBLED. TORONTO, Tuesday. Correspondents of the Toronto Star In U 1 parts of Ontario report that the farmers are pieparing an exceptionally large acreage for autumn wheat in the expectation called upon to contribute largely the Mother Country’s supplies next year.
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE! THEY COME BACK.

THE! THEY COME BACK.

Mr>. SUafawj, « London Canada loy*l the con, And com on war hat ruined dung* out the Weet hera. hae cone down w««t£ pugf and real frtatr. ia jiLMrn. Three our boardere have gone to die o< the beet In the bquae. That’* alwaye the way; the flower WaVe haring »*«« , tf> . time. The
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTL *

PALL MALL GAZETTL *

Mm. d. dlu* . It Mpbt gpartlag (l*M (*a>~- - olt It ■NA* ipirrtap loo)- 0 Chr Late «W bo teat tor say lose period *»tla par the Ni«hi ~>»rriM lot •• o* wmk. MOTICt K*ad*n *i.#H Ue
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
coco contemptuous mere •• no brafxmdocao loft in tUo poor follow** domestic oonfidenoot. He has encountered the dimiautlvc British force

coco contemptuous mere •• no brafxmdocao loft in tUo poor follow** domestic oonfidenoot. He has encountered the dimiautlvc British force

which was to be wiped out, and die wiping has been Inverted. The fire our gunners was ** like bell, but tfaoumnd worse.** The first battalion bis regiment has been reduced from men to 194. Our moral was absolutely broken, la spite of unbeardof sacrifices had achieved nothing.**.
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CATHEDRAL NOT ENTIRELY RUINED#

CATHEDRAL NOT ENTIRELY RUINED#

GERMAM EXCUSES. PARIS, Tueaday Night, Details of the shelling of Rbeims, which still proceeding, are slowly arriving in Paris. The latest- Tefogee from Rbeims says that architecturally the cathedral is not entirely ruined. When I rushed from the chy,” he said, a heavy W—* pall o
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
EASTMAN’S

EASTMAN’S

The LoedknDieeeS Chew • cWaa ft «U articksaf ladita*e ipjurH.e«U totila ■ftklra bo*i»«h®l4 farafewM . KASTMAN A SON, LTD. «»c«t«<w*yw <-••«»*—* wWHw*2W AlUnMaa T«m m 4 In* »OYAi*rrAL\CE?O3TtIID. 4 LUN ARK, PARI*. F spoor at* ot lb* L*-I»b4» F*a*WAa '■ *>o» B*r. Tfc* Clab ll opra
23 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England