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SIR 'A. ANDERSON.

SIR 'A. ANDERSON.

Sir Allan Anderson, whose recent voyage to New York in company with Mr. Montagu Norman, Governor of the Bank of England, occasioned much spe. ciliation, arrived at Plymouth yesterday afternoon on board the French liner Paris. Sir Allan's departure from New York was kept secret,
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHAIRMANS H I P OF P.L.A. LORI) DEVONPORT TO CONTINUE. The Westminster Gazette understands that Viscount Devonport, who announced in

CHAIRMANS H I P OF P.L.A. LORI) DEVONPORT TO CONTINUE. The Westminster Gazette understands that Viscount Devonport, who announced in

July last his intention to retire from the chairmanship of the Port of London Authority, may reconsider his decision, in response to many representations from influential in. terests connected with the Port. It is pointed out that the offioe of chairman is an extremely difficult
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
SENOR BLASCO IBANEZ.

SENOR BLASCO IBANEZ.

SPAIN TO DEMAND EXTRADITION. From Our Own Correspondent. Madrid, Tuesday The examining magistrate investigating the case against Bettor Vicente Blasco Maher, the novelist, who recently published in Paris and disseminated in Spain a book entitled " Alfonso XIII. Unmasked," has or
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
FREE STATE ARMY.

FREE STATE ARMY.

Following Mr. Dillon's statement regarding the Free State Army, the Government states that the present strength is: N.C.O.'s and n 14,623; officers, 1,050; total, 15,703. This means that about 40,000 officers and men have been demobilised during the past IS months. CHINA FIGHT O
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
MR.CHURCHILL QUOTED IN FRENCH CHAMBER.

MR.CHURCHILL QUOTED IN FRENCH CHAMBER.

NEW PRESIDENTS ELECTION. Paris. Tuebufty, M. Pain'eve, one of the candidates for the Presidency of the Republic at the last election, has been elected President of the Chamber of Deputies by $l3 votes asrainst 24. The Opposition abstained from voting. Mr. Churchill's speech at t
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 

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January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
STOCK EXCHANGE.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

REACTION MORE PRONOUNCED.
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
group was a decline of in Conversion per Cents. to 77g. Otherwise there was scarcely any change. Au advance in

group was a decline of in Conversion per Cents. to 77g. Otherwise there was scarcely any change. Au advance in

the Rio exchange brought in buyers of Brazilian Bonds, which advanced from to 1 all round. Another noticeable movement in Foreign stoe.is was a general rise in Chinese issues ranging from 1 to 11. Renewed dullness characterised Home Railways. The principal Argentine Rails were a
January 14, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England