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July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
WOMANCASHIERIN MAN'S CLOTHES. SET UP AS PALMIST ON STOLEN MONEY. TEARFUL PROMISE TO REPAY. Fn■ Our Ow■ Manchester, Friday. A

WOMANCASHIERIN MAN'S CLOTHES. SET UP AS PALMIST ON STOLEN MONEY. TEARFUL PROMISE TO REPAY. Fn■ Our Ow■ Manchester, Friday. A

young woman cashier and commercial designer who, when arrested, was dressed as a man, and had close-cropped hair, was charged at Manchester City Police-court to-day with theft. Bbe was Ada Neesom, age 25, of Grosvenor-street, Stretford, and was accused of stealing four sums of m
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
LAST GOVERNMENT SHIP SOLD.

LAST GOVERNMENT SHIP SOLD.

July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
TRIBUTE TO VISCOUNT INCHCAPE.

TRIBUTE TO VISCOUNT INCHCAPE.

The transfer of the merchant ships acquired by the Government, during the war and the disposal of ex-enemy ships has been complete I. The President of the Board of Trade, Sir P. Cunliffe-Lister, in a communi: cation to Viscount Incheave, says: "The Department have reported to me
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER and Mdse.—Wind variable to northerly, light to moderate; local thunderstorms; considerable fair periods,• some mist or for very

TO-DAY'S WEATHER and Mdse.—Wind variable to northerly, light to moderate; local thunderstorms; considerable fair periods,• some mist or for very

warm. Ilkansil.—Sea llstlieli.—Unoertain. *se S. mod ILL tar land.—Very warm weather is likely to continue over the week-end, with fair periods. hut further thunderstorms an protoble. rims 6.1• a.m.: Mk 1.17 D.T. MOM dMI 9.W •.m.; 11.9 p.m. Tu.udu. July. 9.51 p.m. W. Laud= YESTE
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
abro; f. and left with Neesom a number of signed cheques with instructions as to whom they were to be

abro; f. and left with Neesom a number of signed cheques with instructions as to whom they were to be

made out. On his return he discovered that irregularities had taken place. With part of the money Neesom had essablished herself in Altrinehainasia She promised to make full nititution. and the magistrate. taking into consideration her previous excellent character, bound her ove
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO EXPEL EACH OTHER'S NATIONALS.

TO EXPEL EACH OTHER'S NATIONALS.

From Our Own Oorreciondent. Berlin, Friday. In response to the Intimation of the Polish Government that 3.5,000 Germans are to be forcibly ejec►ed from Poland on 1 August, the German Government has decided to retaliate by expelling 10,000 Poles from all parts of Germany on ident
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
3.45.--CLUII T-11-0 (1) PLAT!,

3.45.--CLUII T-11-0 (1) PLAT!,

3.45.--CLUII (1) PLAT! , 94 :J. sinuniNt. 9.0 U J. LEACH (;ROSMONT, e-1 I .w. McLACitlie JN. ELEANOR F. PHANTOM GEORGIE. 841 ......G. BULNE ORAN(; E PIP t'-11 R rAWNIENMELIS F. 9.11 ...S DONOGHT•E 41THElogi 1 0 . DEMPSEY FORGET.ME-NOT ir. 611 ......C. 8111 REE 4.16.-KING COAL STA
June 3, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN CONNOISSEURS.

AMERICAN CONNOISSEURS.

American visitors this summer have provided antique dealers in the West End with some very good business by buying up old tapestries, glass, china, Sheffield plate, furniture—in fact, almost everything and anything, as long as the vendor would provide them with a certificate dec
July 25, 1925 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England