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U.S. EXPEDITION TO MEXICO.

U.S. EXPEDITION TO MEXICO.

SENSATIONAL RUMOUR OF GENERAL’S ASSASSINATION. Washington, Wednesday. Many conflicting sensational dispatches are coming from the Mexican border where a censorship has been established so that these rumours cannot confirmed at present. Among them is a report that the Carranzist
March 16, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SWISS WAR WORKERS.

SWISS WAR WORKERS.

PLEASED WITH ADMISSION TO ENGLISH TRADE UNIONS. Zurich, Wednesday. The local labour leaders here were very pleased receive telegraphic news from London that British trade unions had agreed on Saturday admit Swiss munition workers membership. It is hoped that this will put end to
March 16, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD AVEBURY’S ADVICE.

LORD AVEBURY’S ADVICE.

After the death of the late senior partner in 1908 he and Capt. Bulteel discussed the advisability of going on with the Naval Bank, and witness went and saw Lord Aveburv. Lord Avebury told them they wdnted capital, but he never told them they ought to stop. Witness admitted that
March 16, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A REMARKABLE STIMULANT TO

A REMARKABLE STIMULANT TO

HAIR GROWTH. Hair falls out because the roots shrink and become lifeless from lack of noutishnient are destroyed by the dandruff germ. The dandruff germ also attacks the pores of the scalp, causing It to become hard and dry. that it presses upon the delicate blood vessels beneat
March 16, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
QUESTION TIME.

QUESTION TIME.

POINTS OF INTEREST IN MINISTERS REPLIES On the motion of Lord E. Talbol, a new writ was ordered to be issued for the Widnes Division of Lancashire in the room Colonel Hall Walker, resigned, owing his having entered into a contract with the Government for the sale of his horses.
May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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BRAND’S ESSENCE OF CHICKEN

BRAND’S ESSENCE OF CHICKEN

Invaluable all cases Exhaustion from lesser Blood or any ether causa Hotels & Hydros for Tourists & Families. pLIFTON, GLOS’.—CLIFTON DOWN HOTEL. ALL-BRITISH STAFF. FBOFBIXTCB. XO ALIENS EI4PLOTXO. SPY AND BOMB SAFE.
May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO INCREASE PRICES

TO INCREASE PRICES

Covent Garden ridicules the idea of correspondent in the “'Times to-day that the price potatoes is to raised result of the efforts a combine. There is undoubtedly shortage in old potatoes,” said well-known merchant and grower to a Globe representative today, but this is traceabl
May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

In the iloney Market conditions have undergone scarcely any change. Some the earlier borrower# over the night had pay as much 4 per cent., but later there were many advances at per cent. The Discount market is quiet, and rates are unchanged, the quotation for two months’ bills b
May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“ MAJOR ” McBRIDE.

“ MAJOR ” McBRIDE.

MAJOR McBRIDE. John Mcßride was the celebrated Major Mcßride, so named because of his participation in the Boer War. He was native of th© West of Ireland. For many years he has been an official of the Dublin Corporation. He was married to Miss Maud Gonne, who divorced him in Fran
May 6, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England