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FRENCH EXPECTATION OF DECISIVE VICTORY

FRENCH EXPECTATION OF DECISIVE VICTORY

FRENCH EXPECTATION DECISIVE VICTORY Paris. Tuesday Although thej - are not allowed to comment upon the official c-ouimuniqiu-s the newspapers ail manage this morning make it clear that they expect decis.\e rranco-Brinsh victory m the neai future Writing in the Echo Fa/'.?. fluiii
29 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Sugar in England.

Sugar in England.

Has not the time arrived for seriously thinking of endeavouring to.grow our own sugar from beet in England ? It requires deep cultivation, and the Board of Agriculture could direct growers how to proceed. A very large part of our sugar comes from the Continent, and should theref
29 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEND tyres for re-treading aimagam mills, barren den

SEND tyres for re-treading aimagam mills, barren den

3 MILES GUARANTEE for the New Grooved Tread* we put on your Old Covers.
29 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GERMAN AHTWERP FORTS.

GERMAN AHTWERP FORTS.

B«nOII A 68EAT WSTAKE.” All EFFECTIVE lEFLY. GERMANS COMPELLED TO FALL DACE.. ANTWERP. Monday. It officially* announced dial after tro bombardment of Malinet the Germans, under cover off night, entered die unoccu|ded town, but have not attempted to lease It. The German artillery
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CLOSING OF DARDANELLES.

CLOSING OF DARDANELLES.

THE PORTE AND THE FOREIGN POST OFFICES. CONSTANTINOPLE. Monday. There is good reason believe that the Dardanelles will be reopened to navigation in two or three days. With reference to the closing of the foreign post offices an understanding has been reached between the French a
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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PALL MALL GAZETTE,

PALL MALL GAZETTE,

Tunday, September 29, 1914. OMaasi 14> Kevtea WX. Tshfhwe . - 4SM ASP Una* Tltgrmp** Addrtttt PmkmMgm. Lmdtm,
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
70 ARHUS ! ORDERS FOR OLD BOYS

70 ARHUS ! ORDERS FOR OLD BOYS

ARHUS ORDERS FOR OLD BOYS CORPS. TRAIHING ORCAWZATIO*. “P,M.G. Sp*eia\ CapUin Eastwood (late Indian StaJ, CorS^and Ueutanant Eladale (Jate Gloucester Regiment) have been the Ok! Boy*’Corpa; V*ctorinatreet. " appointed to command C King to be aecond in command B Mr. Ridd to be aec
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MOTOR CYCLES. CARLTON ST- ft WHSZLSR OATS NOTTINGHAM’S HARD LUCK.

MOTOR CYCLES. CARLTON ST- ft WHSZLSR OATS NOTTINGHAM’S HARD LUCK.

The a mAium three mike Bridge, Derbyshire, yesterday the Mecca English fresh water fishermen. In the waters the Trent, which its winding ooores separatee the typical twin Derbyshire villagea of Wißingftpn and Bepton, was fiabed the All-England Angling Championship. Nottingham an
29 September 1914 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WAR RECORDS GRAMOPHONE National Anthem* of the AMW A Royalty the S»H * then Record* will the Prime Weln’* IK

WAR RECORDS GRAMOPHONE National Anthem* of the AMW A Royalty the S»H * then Record* will the Prime Weln’* IK

Caine** hn *imdr A. HIHDLEV REPAIRS ALL MAR«*S MACHIWIS.
29 September 1914 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WAB NATIONAL BELIEF FUND.

WAB NATIONAL BELIEF FUND.

Nottingbam City and County Official Subscription List “EXPRESS” AND “EVENING NEWS” Appeal for Dependents of the Men Fighting Britain’s Battle on Land and Sea. WIDOWS AND ORPHANS ARE INCREASING IN NUMBERS. YESTHRDAY’S Amount ai 4 EmplovM. o( Uimrt. Bn*. «nd Co. 16 £nnrm Cinem. Tb
29 September 1914 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England