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INOPPORTUNE MOMENT. Gannon Naval Expansion Pros oked by • Suggesteri Wavering.

INOPPORTUNE MOMENT. Gannon Naval Expansion Pros oked by • Suggesteri Wavering.

' The Chancellor of the Exchequer's ream , tiona on armaments have not as yet at- , traded any considerable attention in this , country, the Berlin correspondent of The Times, and, apart from a few lines sent by the German semiolfmial telegraph agency, the only report is one whi
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
" 1LY.0.L."

" 1LY.0.L."

Citizens' *Help You On Lague In
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY REVENUES.

RAILWAY REVENUES.

--- 0 .--. Record Business of the British Lines in 1913. The riilway companies el the country. so far as traffic receipts are concerned. enjoyed in 1913 the most successful year yet recorded. North-Eastern leads the way with an in receipts over 1912 el so less than 51,248.700. O
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES. KIKUYU IN HIS DIOCESE. BISHOP OF UGANDA'S TALK TO 4' THE EVENING NEWS."

OCCASIONAL NOTES. KIKUYU IN HIS DIOCESE. BISHOP OF UGANDA'S TALK TO 4' THE EVENING NEWS."

OCCASIONAL NOTES. KIKUYU IN HIS DIOCESE. BISHOP OF UGANDA'S TALK TO 4 ' THE EVENING NEWS." Kikuyu is a distrkt of of a million people. and its tame rill lire in e-clesiestical associated with oj the keenest sad hottest controversies is modern Church Belo w we publish a statement
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
The Corner Column

The Corner Column

FRAGSON•S kindly lk ay has been illnatraned of the stories told of .1 Wimbledon corre. bpondent who took his boy to IWO the Drury Lane pantomime gives another instance. To get a better the youngster lett lats seat, went down the gangway, and stood up at the end of the tront row.
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
A RAIIIITII AMP.

A RAIIIITII AMP.

Two Xhootiog incidents quite out of the I reenmeo are r,oordod in the Field. One rorreopoudeot writ :—" My woo were re.fitly shooting in Breroushire. One of them fired at a snipe and killed it, and a fox which was lyieg in the heather 11 ith the abet It kielced about on i t. bsc
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
"THE CANDID REVIEW."

"THE CANDID REVIEW."

Mr. Gibson Bowles i Quarterly co be Dull But Truthful. llr. Them,lasu Bottler' inexhaustible energy ia a 1re.,11 outlet. Ile it, ',bow to bring out a quart..riy " It, tole *ill Thc Candid quarterly 3cc,c.c." Mr. Bowles tr.ht The lirevieng Newt. it. aim I. to deal with r oat.• :i
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
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3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
WALLISk -1, • ; FOR VALUE'

WALLISk -1, • ; FOR VALUE'

Mews. Wallis & Co. ere fortunate in being able to offer The WHOLE of the STOCK 4 Mr. R. A. the well-known old-established draper of Godahning, who is retiring from business, which has been purchased at a discount of 341 per cent, off cost pricesall fresh and clean. THE STOCK OF
3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
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3 January 1914 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England