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GERMAN PRESS WAYS.

GERMAN PRESS WAYS.

A SECRET ORGANISATION REVEALED. White Paper published last night prints a despatch from Sir Edward Goschen, formerly British Ambassador in Berlin, dated from the German capital, February 27th last, transmitting report on the establishment under Government control of a powerful s
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GERMAN HOPES OF PARIS.

GERMAN HOPES OF PARIS.

SUBMIT OR BE DESTROYED THE THREAT. Germany's aims are told in a Times ' message to-day from a Rosendaal (Holland) correspondent, who says: "I have been talking to-day German officer who has told me what the Germans think they are going to do. Position bv position and daj- by day
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NARROW SHAVE.

NARROW SHAVE.

A WAR CORRESPONDENT'S EXPERIENCES. Mr. Richard Harding Davis, the American author and war correspondent, has recently passed through what ho describes as the narrowest shave he has ever had in twentyfive years of warfare. A writer in the Daily Telegraph." telling the story it wa
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIST OF BRITISH LOSSES.

LIST OF BRITISH LOSSES.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS FROM THE FRONT, TOTAL NOW 10,345, SEVENTY-THREE MORE NAMES PUBLISHED. The Press Bureau at 9.20 last night issued the following communique : " A further statement of casualties has been received from the general headquarters. The casualties now reported are fol
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WE WON : 5-0.

WE WON : 5-0.

THE " AWAY MATCH IN THE HELIGOLAND BIGHT. A sailor named Jack Diggett, of West Bromwich, who took part in the naval victory in Heligoland Bight, in letter to his brother, gives a description in football terms of his battle. says: " You will have heard of our little job in the No
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DESTROYED BY MINES.

DESTROYED BY MINES.

BRITISH GUNBOAT AND DRIFTER SUNK. __ FEW CASUALTIES. REST OF CREWS PICKED UP AND SAVED. The Press Bureau issued the following at 12.50 this morning: A report from tho commanding officer of H.MrS." Speedy states that the steam drifter Linndell struck mine this morning thirtymiles
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WAR NEWS IN BRIEF.

WAR NEWS IN BRIEF.

WAR NEWS BRIEF. ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL QUARTERS. £100,003 In Four Days. In response an appeal by the " Times,*' £100.000 has been subscribed in four days to the British Red Cross Society. A Lying Newsvendor. A named James Pearce, "who was stated by two witnesses to hare oalle
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE POPE'S BLESSING.

THE POPE'S BLESSING.

SCENE FOLLOWING PAPAL ELECTION. Reuters Rome correspondent describes scene following the election of the new Pope. Benedict XV. Immediately after was elected, the Pop# said could not imagine how his frail being would be capable of enduring the weight of enormous responsibility t
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GERMAN CHECK NEAR PARIS ?

GERMAN CHECK NEAR PARIS ?

1 ■■ COMFORTING NEWS FROM WOUNDED OFFICER. There new* a German check the way to whether it is a serious check or • momentary one qannot stated. Jhe "Daily Post" and Daily Chronicle taJ correspondent, from Paris last night. l'r*— Aft is quiet A British officer, yesterday (Wednesd
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
M 27, office this paper. /COTTON Clerk Wanted, familiar with routine mS m necessary; commencing salary £1 per week.—M 118-

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4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England