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STRIKE AGAINST ALIEN SAILORS Magistrate .Justifies Action of

STRIKE AGAINST ALIEN SAILORS Magistrate .Justifies Action of

STRIKE AGAINST ALIEN SAILORS Magistrate . Justifies Action of _ _ British Crew. V..F.LI.VS, TON, N.Z., Saturday. The firemen and greaers of the Meamer rakeheat, who refused to work until six Germans and one Austrian in the crew were dismissed, were charged with refusing ado their
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
FLYING PEER INJURED. Mishap While Carrying Belgian Prince as Passenger.

FLYING PEER INJURED. Mishap While Carrying Belgian Prince as Passenger.

"Daily Mail" Cable. ANTWLOP, at urday. - Lord rarbery. the English airman, and Prince Ilenri de Ligne had an accident 3 esterday afternoun while flying together in an *enplane. They had no sooner gone up than ob,ervers saw that the motor wee firing badly. The pilot at once desce
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ENEMY'S FIRE DEFIED. Flying Corps as the Eye of the Field Force.

ENEMY'S FIRE DEFIED. Flying Corps as the Eye of the Field Force.

The great work done by airmen in the Meld, where they have proved themselves i the eye and brain of the armies, has again brought high commendation from the commanders-in-chief. The British force in particular is distinguishing itself, the men carrying out long reconnaissances w
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Lo Grand. See. Lieut. H. W.. Corps. Wslke!, Lieut. G. R., Royal Army Mediaal Goer,. Ketaptborse. Capt. G. Royal Medical

Lo Grand. See. Lieut. H. W.. Corps. Wslke!, Lieut. G. R., Royal Army Mediaal Goer,. Ketaptborse. Capt. G. Royal Medical

. • Corp/ I.eat.tignr, See. Lieut. r. Connaught Rangers. Speddiag, Major C. It.. P. 8.0.. Royal Irish lilacs. Dayly, Mout. 0. 0., Royal Flying Corp.. Waterfall. see. Lieut. V., Royal Flying Corps. Berry. 1 , 14 e. Lieut. F., 8. Lazo' Regt. Rec. Lieut. A.. 1. H. R., 8. Lairs 11,;
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MARTYRED PRIEST. Abbe Shot as a Spy after Mock

MARTYRED PRIEST. Abbe Shot as a Spy after Mock

_ Trial by Germans. Even priests do not escape the rigour of German rule. The latest victim of the cultured Teuton is tne Abbe Del6becque, formerly a professor at the College of Our Lady, Dunkrk. The abbe was returning to his parish at %ling, after attending a memorial service f
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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EAGER COMMANDER.

EAGER COMMANDER.

• ( Ueginald A. Norton, late of H.M.S. Hcgue, stab s in hie account of the sinking of the criiims that after the Hogue was struck he was twice washed the skip, aud was then picked ttp by a I cutter. " 1 particularly wish to mention Petty Officer, Class, Halton, who by encJuragin
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH GIRLS HOME FROM BERLIN.

ENGLISH GIRLS HOME FROM BERLIN.

Pleased to Find There is "Some England Left." VICTIMS OF DECEPTION. The first batch of women and girls who were prisoners in Berlin to arriv-.: in this country were given a right rot/A welcome the Rifle recruits quartered at Queenborough. They were exchanged for a similar number
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A MONS HERO CHARGED !GERMAN GENERAL'S SECRET I DOCTOR CRITICISED AFTER WITH MANSLAUGHTER. MARRIAGE. AN EXHUMATION. Sequel to Fight With Artilleryman in a Train. ---.1-- FATAL FALL FROM EXPRESS.

A MONS HERO CHARGED !GERMAN GENERAL'S SECRET I DOCTOR CRITICISED AFTER WITH MANSLAUGHTER. MARRIAGE. AN EXHUMATION. Sequel to Fight With Artilleryman in a Train. ---.1-- FATAL FALL FROM EXPRESS.

One of our soldiers who fought at Mons and was invalided home has got into trouble over the death of a comrade, who fell out of a train on the Shrewsbury and Hereford line between the stations of Herrington and Eye, near Leominster. The dead man was Henry Thomas, of Dowlais, a g
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A FINE TREATMENT FOR CATARRH.

A FINE TREATMENT FOR CATARRH.

Easy to sod If von suffer troki Catarrh. head noisesi, sore throat, asthma, or Hay lever, hero is a recipe that invariabfy effects a permanent cure after all other treatments have failed. Its effect in the worst cases is most striking and positive. The Catarilial poison is 9aiek
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
By SYBIL CAMPBELL LETHBRIDGE. (C 7 G)Q

By SYBIL CAMPBELL LETHBRIDGE. (C 7 G)Q

By SYBIL CAMPBELL LETHBRIDGE. 7 Talton looked at him with the sharp, yet covert, suspicion that was now part of him. Could he trust this man, or was his geniality and kind._ a only part of a deeply laid plot to entrap him? Fravne Yatton found it difficult not to believe that the
27 September 1914 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England