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ARMAMENT RIVALRY

ARMAMENT RIVALRY

tli© Temps.” The sons of France must show their patriotism, too.” RUSSIA. ! The “Temps prints dispatch from St. Peterstti m TIV burg stating that it is understood from a tnssturxuiiJii Xj 1. woiuhy source that the Russian Government contemplates the addition of three more Army C
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FRANCE

FRANCE

I The President has announced his intention ' presiding to-morrow a meeting ol the hjgher Council War. The Council will consist ot. addition to the President, the Minister of VVar, the Chief the General Staff, General Joffre, . who will act as vice-president, and who is generall
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY’S RACING. POOR FIELDS COMPETE AT DERBY. . Derby, Mondar little ram at Derby this morning was foDowed by

THIS DAY’S RACING. POOR FIELDS COMPETE AT DERBY. . Derby, Mondar little ram at Derby this morning was foDowed by

dull and boisterous weather, and subseqnentlv it became showery. The course was in fine order, W the attendance was up to the average. the opening race ail the runners refused Buzzy. His jockey twice went the wrong cook. but eventually won five lengths from Furrow. ' 2.0, SELLIN
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPOUTING CHATTER.

SPOUTING CHATTER.

03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ITEMS

ITEMS

Sir Valentine Chirol, who has been absent durinfi: the recent proceedings of the Public Services Commission, through indisposition, is still confined to his room at Government House. Rangoon—lt is understood that several officers will'be presently selected and sent to England to
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE.

CAMBRIDGE.

Although the subject of food taxes is somewhat well-worn, those who wem the Union debate last Tuesday that subject were rewarded by speeches of unusual interest. The proposer, Mr. Vos. is an able economist, and ed our gratitude if only proving himself a ■worthy antagonist to til
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RAILWAYMAN AND DOCKERS.

RAILWAYMAN AND DOCKERS.

Work is entirely snspended at Garston Docks, owned by the L. an<l N.W.K. Company, owing to a strike dockers who refuse work wild* men not wearing the union button. The North-Western Railway Company states that the dispute is between the Dockers*’ Union and tiie Railwaymen’s Unio
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND EEPOETS.

NOTES AND EEPOETS.

COMPANY RESULTS AND DIVIDENDS. The London County and Westminster Bank notifies that the Mew South Wales per cent. 10 years’ debentures are ready for delivery in exchange for scrip, which must be left three clear days fur examination. Marawan (Java) Rubber Plantations.—Prepared c
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIGHTING IN TRIPOLI.

FIGHTING IN TRIPOLI.

telegram to Rome from Tripoli states that several hundred Arab rebels attacked the Italian station Bu-Adjla early on Saturday morning, but were repulsed with heavy loss. The Italians, says Dalziel, had two men killed and an officer slightly wounded in the arm. The f'rabs left 33
03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
J.P.’S SUIT. ALLEGED SLANDEE AND LIBEL BY REPOETEK. MATLOCK AMENITIES.

J.P.’S SUIT. ALLEGED SLANDEE AND LIBEL BY REPOETEK. MATLOCK AMENITIES.

03 March 1913 - Globe - London, London, England