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24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TERRITORIALS’ FAMILIES.

TERRITORIALS’ FAMILIES.

Army Order issued last night states that from October 12 the payment of separation allowance and aliotmenta of pay to the families of members of the permanent staff of Territorial Force unite, whether serving at home or abroad, will be made by the fixed centre paymasters of the
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FEH9 .—From £1 11 6 to £lO 10 0 per term.

FEH9 .—From £1 11 6 to £lO 10 0 per term.

.—From £1 11 6 to £lO 10 per term. SEPTEMBER TERM BEGAN MONDAY. 21st inst. Many Music Students are debarred by the War from con* tinning their studies abroad. The Committee of the .School hare made special arrange* meats whereby the Principal will personally them the continuance
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ADMIRALTY ANSWER TO GERMAN

ADMIRALTY ANSWER TO GERMAN

STATEMENT. [From the Official Press Bureau.J The Secretary of the Admiralty issues the following reply to a statement made publicly by the German Minister at Copenhagen to the efiect that German officers did not, had been reported from England, fire on swimming German sailors af
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

CITY SPECIAL
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO DECEIVE

ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO DECEIVE

AMERICA. New York, September 23. An appeal addressed to the American nation the German Imperial Chancellor, von Bethmann-Hollweg, has reached New York by mail it having been sent in t.Viia manner in order to evade the censors in London. The Emperor authorises me,” writes the Cha
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRUISER CASUALTIES. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE

CRUISER CASUALTIES. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE

LOSSES. [From the Official Press Bureau.] The Secretary of the Admiralty regrets to report that the following officers serving on board H.M. Ships Aboukir, Cressy, and Hogue, on the 22nd September, are not among those saved, and it must therefore, be presumed that they have lost
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN RUSSIAN POLAND.

IN RUSSIAN POLAND.

GERMANS FLOOD EMPTY COAL MINES. Petrograd, September 23. The Novoe Vremya publishes telegrams from Vilna and Lodz stating that 25,000 more Germans are in Kalisch, where they continue to construct fortifications and place barbed wire in the river Prosna. The Germans have disconti
24 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOLDAU REOCCUPIED.

SOLDAU REOCCUPIED.

SAPID PROGRESS II GALICIA Great movement* are going on over ▼ery wide area in the Eastern theatm' the war. The Russians are following up their capture of Jaroslav with energy, and.are pressing forward Cracow. In the East Prussian region General Reonenkampf is reported by the Mat
24 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE BELGIAN RED GROSE.

THE BELGIAN RED GROSE.

Sis,—We cannot help but express to you our warmest thanks for your unseMrft assistance towards the success of our charity fete last Sunday at the Coliseum Theatre. In the name of all Belgians, and in that of all the poor soldiers wounded the field of honour, we offer you our tha
24 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England