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THE NAVY LEAGUE.

THE NAVY LEAGUE.

LORD SYDENHAM ON THE INFLUENCE OF SEA POWER- annua! meeting of the Grand Council of the Navy League was held at the Whitehall Rooms, London, yesterday afternoon. In the absence of Mr Robert Yerburgh, M.P., the President, tho chair was occupied by Colonel Welby. Colonel Welby, in
25 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE FRENCH WAR STORES TRIAL.

THE FRENCH WAR STORES TRIAL.

Paris, Wednesday. To-day'c proceedingsy in the trial of M. who is with misappropriating Government stores, wflre confined to the concluding examination witnesses. Counsel will begin their speeches to-mor^pw.—rßeaiter.
25 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY.

DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY.

ANNUAL MEETING AT DURHAM. The annual meeting the County of Durham Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society was held in the Courts, Old Elvet, Durham, yesterday, when Colonel C. W. Darwin, C.8., (Dryburn), presided. Others present were Archdeacon and Mrs Watkins, the Rev H. S. Boutflowe
18 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

Buckingham Palace, Wednesday. The King, attended by Field-Marshal Earl Kitchener, Secretary of State for War, visited the Royal Gun and Carriage Factories and the Royal Laboratories, Woolwich Arsenal, to-day. His Majesty was received by Major-General Sir S. B. Von Donop, Master-
18 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PIRATES AGAIN AT WORK.

PIRATES AGAIN AT WORK.

TWO BRITISH STEAMERS TORPEDOED. LIVES LOST OFF THE COQUET BRITISH FLEET BOMBARDING THE BELGIAN COAST. s from the Front yesterday, while not of a nature, was satisfactory from the flies' point of view. Fresh progress was to have been made on the Belgians, who repulsed a German oo
18 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THIS WEEK'S PRESS COMMENTS. March 17th, 1913. There lack inspiration at Fen wick's for the prettiest and latest of spring

THIS WEEK'S PRESS COMMENTS. March 17th, 1913. There lack inspiration at Fen wick's for the prettiest and latest of spring

costumes." "Tatter," March 17th, 1915. Women ever applaud the tailored euita that are evidence the salons Fenwick Is pleasant be able to study a constellation really distinctive tailored suits, and know that one can have one specially buUt for one for guineas." "ladies' Field,"
18 March 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE PRIZE COURT.

THE PRIZE COURT.

CASE OF THE GERMAN HOSPITAL SHIP OPHELIA. In his statement in the Prize Court, yesterday, for the Crt.wn, order oondemnat-oa tile G rman hospital steamship Ophelia, seized on ground acting otherwise than as a ncspital contrary toe 10th Hague Convention, of 1907, the Attorney-Gen
4 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
AUSTRALIAN GIFT TO THE BELGIANS.

AUSTRALIAN GIFT TO THE BELGIANS.

The Geelong district relief of Belgians.—Reuber
4 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE NATION'S DEBT.

THE NATION'S DEBT.

"BRITAIN WILL NOT LET BELGIUM STARVE." Flat Al, Adelphi Terrace House. Robert Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. Mr John Galsworthy writes to the Editor: We have pledged our honour to restore Belgium. But Belgium is not word it is people; and the .Belgian people is starving. If let i
4 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DRINK AND THE WAR.

DRINK AND THE WAR.

STATEMENTS REGARDING TYNESIDE. OFFICIAL INVESTIGATIONS. The White Paper "Bad Time Kept in Shipbuilding, Munitions, and Transport Areas," referred to in yesterday's Journal, contains the following reports from investigators the Tyne and Wear: Six investigators visited places on t
4 May 1915 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England