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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMER

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMER

Sir,—Mr. Bonier Law's letter of yesterday was refreshing in its plain speaking, and Amoy be hoped that the hint conveyed therein will not be lost on some of our French neighbours who have been busily manufacturing public opinion to the detriment of ourselves. But the blame for t
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
BRUTAL RUSSIAN PEASANTRY. GORKI'S GRIM PICTURE. LIFE HELD CHEAP. (PROM ova RIGA CORIMNPONDENT.)

BRUTAL RUSSIAN PEASANTRY. GORKI'S GRIM PICTURE. LIFE HELD CHEAP. (PROM ova RIGA CORIMNPONDENT.)

BRUTAL RUSSIAN PEASANTRY. GORKI'S GRIM PICTURE. LIFE HELD CHEAP. (PROM RIGA CORIMNPONDENT.) Maxim Gorki has written a now book, which is about to appear in Russian and German. The most important subject of this new work is the Russian peasant, whom Gorki now paints in the darkest
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
ON HANDWRITING.

ON HANDWRITING.

flit were possible t 9 believo.. as was suggested in a letter published Saturday, that the decay of modern penmanship is mainly attributable to the substitution of fountain-pens for steel nibs, there would be little reason for distress. A fiat of the education authorities might
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
WAGES AND FAMILY NEEDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

WAGES AND FAMILY NEEDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

Sir,—The announcement that Lord Buxton, as independent chairman of the South Wales Coal Board, has awarded a subsistenee wage which differentiates between the needs of family men and bachelors, even to the modest extent of allowing an extra fld. a day to the former, shows that p
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
THE MAIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922.

THE MAIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922.

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October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TURKISH CASE. DR.RESHAD'S REPLY GREEK INTOLERANCE.

TURKISH CASE. DR.RESHAD'S REPLY GREEK INTOLERANCE.

We have received the following statement from Dr. Reshad, the Diplomatic Agent of the Angora Government, in reply to the letter tram M. Caelamanon, published in The Timm, last Saturday I am sorry not to find in M. Caelanianoes letter the precise answers I had the tight to expect
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
JOHN Si. W. HOPKIN7L A Regent's Psek-roael, N.W.,, Oct. 7.

JOHN Si. W. HOPKIN7L A Regent's Psek-roael, N.W.,, Oct. 7.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. ttlir,—Mr. Boner Law's letter appears to have been understood in moat quarters So mean that, if France would not concur In "the neeensary action" for "the prevention of war and massacre in Constantinople and the Balkans," and for securing the "freedom
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
Lower Freights to India.

Lower Freights to India.

The India Section of the Manchester Chaniber of Commerce seems deserving of congratulation, first, on the conclusion of an agreement with the shipping companies for substantial reductions in the rates of freight to Bombay, which was announced at the beginning of the week, and no
October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
riuNecc lar ANaopioions predilections of

riuNecc lar ANaopioions predilections of

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October 11, 1922 - Evening Mail - London, London, England