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The White Rose.

The White Rose.

Minden year was the glorious year,’ for the month after Minden came the capture of Quebec, writes correspondent. Wolfe was an officer in the 20th ere he gained his higher honours. The 20th were at Dettingen with brave little George 11., but Yorkshiremen claim August Ist as Minde
July 31, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“ BLOOD MONEY AND UNCLEAN.’*

“ BLOOD MONEY AND UNCLEAN.’*

BLOOD MONEY AND UNCLEAN.’* NEW VIEW OF BANK HOLIDAY OVERTIME PAY. The following notice relating to extra payment for work on the suspended Bank Holidays has been posted up in munition works:— Doubtless you all have seen that instruc'.ions have been issued by the Ministry of Munit
July 31, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DOG KILLED BY AEROPLANE.

DOG KILLED BY AEROPLANE.

An aeroplane, presented by the Indian Rajahs to the British Government, whilst being flown from the Midlands to France, was compelled to descend at Chertsey owing to engine trouble. The wing was s'ight'.y damaged and the propeller broken a remarkable manner. A dog belonging to a
July 31, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
3!fit <f)XoW W Founded 1803. MONDAY EVENING, JULX 31,1916.

3!fit <f)XoW W Founded 1803. MONDAY EVENING, JULX 31,1916.

W Founded 1803. MONDAY EVENING, 31,1916. COMPANY MEETINGS. BARCLAY, PERKINS & CO. Presiding to-day at the 21st ordinary meeting at Cannon-street Hotel, Mr. E. W. Ginard said they met under unprecedented circumstances of very great difficulty. Some country brewers who normal times
July 31, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REGISTER OF ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS. Ac.

REGISTER OF ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS. Ac.

LONDON (Westers District). £a.%ka/at!! a w. > *fhone?MaY. 882*. KiIGHT, & HUTLEY, & EDINUCUGH, AUCTIONS. 3,250 Acres In Lots. 1,200 good land in hand. lioiibe. tdcctrlc ije* liisiioiJ Ci*LbriLKfc‘UitU £.diAl£.. l<j about o,«:oo acios. uiciudiiig ilie .uancioii uju&c, p.aceU iu r
July 31, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, JULY 11. 1916^

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, JULY 11. 1916^

WORKERS’ BOND OF UNION. WHAT THE BRITISH HAVE DONE FOR FRANCE. PARIS, Tuesday. The Matin to-day publishes article by Lord £sher on the close union of France and Great Britain. lord Esher mentions a rich English landowner who started scheme for giving material assistance to the w
July 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ONLY BEGINNING.

ONLY BEGINNING.

GERMAN VIEWS ON ALLIES* OFFENSIVE. AMSTERDAM, Monday. The German war correspondents, writing from the German headquarters in France, state that the first week of the Anglo- French offensive resulted in only a partial success tor the Allies. They adimt, however, that there is amp
July 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VALUE OF APPRENTICESHIP.

VALUE OF APPRENTICESHIP.

Presiding to-day at the annual meeting the National Institution Apprenticeship, the Earl of Portsmouth said the war had demonstrated the value of skilled labour and the danger of “blind alley” employment. This latter was at present, being accentuated the high wages offered to bo
July 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JULY 11. 1916,

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JULY 11. 1916,

July 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HELP THE HOMELESS PEOPLE of POLAND

HELP THE HOMELESS PEOPLE of POLAND

by Contributing to the
July 11, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England