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THE “C 3” CASE.

THE “C 3” CASE.

The Public Prosecutor was represented at Bow-street to-day, when Lucien Stokvis, of Regent-street, and Hunter Donaldson, Castellaine Mansions, Maida Vale, were charged with conspiring to defraud Mr. William Edwin Orr-Mitchell, a turf advertiser, of Brighton, of £225, in connecti
October 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
* CmUdogme Pott Fret.

* CmUdogme Pott Fret.

October 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OCEAN TRAVEL.

OCEAN TRAVEL.

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October 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IRISH LEADERS’ VIEWS

IRISH LEADERS’ VIEWS

Sir E. Carson: May I say I feel quite satisfied at the statement of the Prime Minister, and that 1 will gladly join with Mr. J. Redmond in doing*everything possible put down this rebellion now and for ever more (chders). May I also say that I hope the newspapers and the Press ge
April 27, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UPSET BY FRESH AIR.

UPSET BY FRESH AIR.

That was upset by fresh air was" pleaded on behalf Tom Dawson, motor engineer, of The Terrace. Barnes, who admitted at West London to-day to being drunk while driving a motor car in Northend-road, Fulham, last night. Dr. Cooney, his solicitor, said he was attested, and he was wi
April 27, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO READERS. The Gorernnent rettrictioiu open the import of paper materials, the greatly increased cost of paper, the serious

NOTICE TO READERS. The Gorernnent rettrictioiu open the import of paper materials, the greatly increased cost of paper, the serious

umitatieß supplies compel as strictly limit the number of copies supplied to Newsagents for chance sales. Readers can assist in the national cam* paign against wuts. and will also avoid disappointment by giving the Newsagent regular order for 7Ae Globe and sooaablo him to get th
April 27, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NATURAL FORTRESSES.

NATURAL FORTRESSES.

By a series of battering blows delivered with more or less violence at more or less wide intervals he seeks to reduce successively each of these natural fortresses. Hill 304 and the Mort Homme the left bank and the plateau Douaumont and Vaux on the right bank. These are the only
May 13, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY MEETING & IENE,

CITY MEETING & IENE,

Disorderly scenes this afternoon outside Ethical Society’s building South - place. Finsbury - pavement, where meeting summoned Anti-Lonscript ion League was held. Delegates, including Mr. and Mrs. Despard. were grec’ted y.-ith busses, and for mer was conducted into ball pohee.
May 13, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

NAVAL APPOINTMENTS.

Admiralty, Saturday. Commander S. R. Lion, addi* tional, to May 12 _ , , Lieutenants E. L Ring to Erin tor t>» duties; H M. to Southampton, date May 12. Staff Pavmaster R C. Robinson President, additional, to date June I. Mate H C. Found to Daitmouth, date May 11. Assistant Paym
May 13, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AUCTION SALE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

AUCTION SALE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

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May 13, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England