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44 112 M 5714

44 112 M 5714

April 28, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OUR REPLY TO AMERICA.

OUR REPLY TO AMERICA.

EFFECTIVENESS OF BLOCKADE JUSTIFIED. Washington, Wednesday. A further exchange of messages is now expected as the result the receipt Great Britain’s reply to the United States protest regarding the blockade, the text which was published here last night. Central News. . . The Not
April 26, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND REPORTS.

NOTES AND REPORTS.

COMPANY RESULTS AND DIVIDENDS. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, New York.— The regular quarterly dividend of 12i per cent, has been declared, payable Slay 1. Sembilaft Estates Company.—For the six months ended January 31 last interim dividend of 6 per cent, is announced on t
April 26, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RUBBER SHARES FAIRLY GOOD.

RUBBER SHARES FAIRLY GOOD.

It’ anything there is rather less activity in Rubber shares, but the market mamtains a good tendency. The volume business in progress is fairly substantial, but price movements are fewer, and the number shares on offer is not nearly sufficient to supply the demand. Occasionally
April 26, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MALACCA RUBBER PLANTATIONS.

MALACCA RUBBER PLANTATIONS.

Mr. G. B. Dodwell, presiding at the meeting of Malacca Kuober Plantations (Ltd.) to-day, said : You will have noticed that our Colonial expenses for 1913 were £174,524 as against £180,760 for the previous year, and as our output for'the year was 3,543,1121b5. compared with 3,382
April 26, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, FRIDAY* APRIL 14. 1916;

THE GLOBE, FRIDAY* APRIL 14. 1916;

April 14, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INCLUSIVE.

INCLUSIVE.

BARNES. 5 MINUTES FROM RIVER. FOR SALE. AT A WITH EXCET-LENT Seml-detachfd i.F.ASEHOLII RESIDENCE containing 4 bedrooms, large dressingroom with fireplace, bait), and box rooms, reception rooms, liousekeeiier s.room, kifLen and scullery; the outside offices are stabling for thre
April 19, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OBJECTOR IN KILTS.

OBJECTOR IN KILTS.

Seven foolscap sheet* of objections were read at the London Appeal Tribunal today by. George Hogarth Ramsey, a Chelsea artist* who attended in Highland costume, with a kilt of picturesque plaid. The reading occupied a quarter of hour. “Do you wish to call any witnessesJ” asked t
April 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 19t6.

THE GLOBE SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 19t6.

In a few Lines. Holland has forbidden the export cocoa beans and all cocoa products. The lockout of printers Glasgow and Edinburgh has been brought to satisfactory conciusion. Mr. Charles Alfred Cooper, former editor the “Scotsman," died at Bournemouth lasi night, aged S 7. Sir
April 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH CONSUL MURDERED.

BRITISH CONSUL MURDERED.

KILLED WITH BROTHERS BY GERMAN PARTISANS IN PERSIA. Petrograd, Monday. A telegram from Teheran states that the British Vice-Consul at tin the Persian Gulf) and his two brothers have been murdered German partisans. The murdered men were Persiaas. Reuter.
April 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England