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INTERNED IN HOLLAND.

INTERNED IN HOLLAND.

INTERNED HOLLAND. BRITISH AND BELGIAN TROOPS WELL TREATED, Amsterdam, Tuesday. Among the 1,600 interned Belgian soldiers who have arrived at Harderwyek are General Verbruck, General Jannotte, and other officers.. The tens of thousands of Belgian fugitives are being received every
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SILENT SERYICE.

THE SILENT SERYICE.

An American contemporary has said that up to date the war had shown that the iovincibility of the German Army and of the British Navy not so great as had been expected. So far concerns the naval situation, this is not an entirely fair deduction to make. We can quite understand t
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AN EXAMPLE TO FARMERS. STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

AN EXAMPLE TO FARMERS. STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

SPECIAL NIGHT WAR EDITION. THE BELGIAN GOVERNMENT. REMOVAL TO FRANCE Bordeaux, Tuesday. It is officially announced that the Belgian Government has decided, in order to assure its liber# of action, to proceed to France. All the Ministers except the Minister of War. left Ostend th
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ADVICE ON THE WAR AND ITS

ADVICE ON THE WAR AND ITS

LESSONS. Lord Cnrzon. a speech Harrow School last night, gave the following, important ii Dont’s y> (1) Don’t think the war does not affect you individually; it touches every one of us. Don t overjoyed at victory or downhearted at defeat. Don’t be unnerved personal or family ber
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
STILL MORE OVERSEAS MEN.

STILL MORE OVERSEAS MEN.

CANADAS FORCE TO TOTAL 100,000. Montreal, October 12- Daily Star states that the Patriotic Fund now exceeds £1,000,000. The same journal announces that Canadian oversea forces will be brought up to 100,000. Commenting on this resolution, the Daily Star says: As recruiting in Gre
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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TRAVELLER’

TRAVELLER’

TROUSER STRETCHER and PRESS. lb., and bag than a 10/6 Weighs bat takes no more pair of boots. Carriage paid is K. THIS Press nrHl keep trousers in perfect slispe just weU the cumbrous Wooden Press-and man Travels, con slip it m his bag ensure his good appearance whilst away from
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
10 P.M. WAR EDITION.'* THE INTELLIGENT Man or Woman appreciates an evening paper that gives in concise form all the

10 P.M. WAR EDITION.'* THE INTELLIGENT Man or Woman appreciates an evening paper that gives in concise form all the

news worth telling and 1 sensationalism —mother jvo.-i j “The Globe.’*
13 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO OUR READERS.

NOTICE TO OUR READERS.

In view of the many known cases of suspicion genuinely aroused by the alien enemy in our midst, “The Globe will undertake to convey to the proper quarters for investigation any well authenticated cases of suspicion which may come to the knowledge of our readers, particularly in
26 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MINING RETURNS.

MINING RETURNS.

Total E»<3. Profit. I ' < I Sept. Ass. Sept. Aug, ox, oz £ Ooregam— I'™ ~ Hntti (JSizam a) 1.600 ~ ~~ KackvratCT ~ Extended City Deep Boodepoort Dp. 8,650 FexrelzaDeW Otidenhxua Deep— Modderfonteto r B M ... Moaiitßoppy— “*"* NewHeriot —— * “*'■* J2’2S = ES 2U63 - *m «.W9 ""77 2
6 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOTORIUANSPOST IN TBEIAR iE UNTIRING ARMY SERVICE

BOTORIUANSPOST IN TBEIAR iE UNTIRING ARMY SERVICE

IN TBEIAR iE UNTIRING ARMY SERVICE CORPS. BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT, Paris, October When the late Getteral Paul and olbera of the Army Service Corps took up the matter of motor transport for supplies to troops in the field they did immense service to their country. Supply has be
6 October 1914 - Globe - London, London, England