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UNEMPLOYMENT IN GERMANY.

UNEMPLOYMENT IN GERMANY.

A Geneva correspondent says that a Munich report which was suppressed by the police states that in Germany since the war began 1,500,000 men and 500,000 women have been thrown out of work, while the number is increasing daily by thousands in the manufacturing and industrial town
30 September 1914 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
WHAT THEIR ALLOWANCE OUGHT

WHAT THEIR ALLOWANCE OUGHT

TO BE HOW THE CRITICS MIGHT BE SILENCED. The work of relief is exciting general relief throughout the community, and everyone is anxious to know that adequate provision is being made for the dependents of the large number of patriots who have left our town. While we know that th
30 September 1914 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
PROM THE WAREHOUSE DUTY PAID.

PROM THE WAREHOUSE DUTY PAID.

September 25 and 26 C‘.tfee 1 cwt 19 lbw leery : cwt. 16 lb* Coffee and Chkvey 911 lb. 11 p il , pirite: MO proof...4lllone Lime Juice garmna 3990 14. ENTRIES, September 25 and 26 AT CREENOCK FROM THE SHIP. DUTY FREE. sawn Fir Timber 100 leadi.- Jam. 31 , Lean On. Ca,e Roar& (Sa
29 September 1914 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Class "A" Telegrams : " STOREHOUSE, GLASGOW.' Store •.• •.• Telephones 3052 Central ; 52

Class "A" Telegrams : " STOREHOUSE, GLASGOW.' Store •.• •.• Telephones 3052 Central ; 52

29 September 1914 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TELEPHONES-

TELEPHONES-

Post Office, - National, - 4892 Central 892 Argyle.
29 September 1914 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION

THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION

The Roma M Tribuop publidiea artida atating that, in view of the grave situation nwv existing throughout Europe, Italy does aiot consider the oiler of the Crown of Albania to the sun of Abdul Hamid sufficiently ‘m* purtant to justify intervention.—Exchange. Prospects Peace la Me
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LOHDOH AID HORTH-WESTERH. new general manager APPOINTED.

LOHDOH AID HORTH-WESTERH. new general manager APPOINTED.

Sir Robert Turnbull, general manager ot Ae London and North Western Line, will, i, understood, retire from to-morrow, and succeeded by Mr. Guy Caltßrop.
29 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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30 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MONET MARKET.

THE MONET MARKET.

Funds were abundant W Ixmbard Street to-dav. and quite a large amount call money changed hands at li par cen \** 14—1 per cent, the usual quotation. Weekly fixtures were 24 per c*»t. Discount rates were firm, and the market remains cautious pending the puWicationof the moratoriu
30 September 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England