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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST AN

ISLINGTON MAN, Two cases particular interest—one affecting a British subject and the other —were before the London policecourts to-day,; but in neither of them were the proceedings completed. Bow-street, Karl Gustav Ernst, barber, aged 42, described as a British subject, Caledon
23 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VAR CRIMES. HOW THEY ARE PUNISHED UNDER

VAR CRIMES. HOW THEY ARE PUNISHED UNDER

THE LAW OF NATIONS, Sir, —One frequently bears it, said that it will be necessary, ai the end of the war, to establish a tribunal before which commanders and others guilty of war crimes,’ may be summoned. The two passages subjoined show the present position of international law
23 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOLICITOR REMANDED.

SOLICITOR REMANDED.

At, Salisbury Police-court to-day, Robert Michael Hall, a solicitor and former mayor of the city, was remanded on charge of fraudulently converting his own use as trustee sum £1,700. The magistrates agreed accept bail in £4,000. SHOT AT A DANCE.
02 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
which safety dictates. Their chief effect against the Turks was a moral one. . . . Nevertheless, the undoubtedly demoralising

which safety dictates. Their chief effect against the Turks was a moral one. . . . Nevertheless, the undoubtedly demoralising

effect of the dropping of bombs, which fall at different angle from shells fired by cannon and so reach infantry in trenches and gunners who would be protected by head coyer from shell fire, suggested to the writer that flight of fifty to hundred aeroplanes dropping bombs over t
02 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS.

WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS.

policeman Greenwich to-day said, in cross-examination, that he was unable to tell whether young man charged with drunkenness had been drinking beer or whisky. ”He had been drinking intoxicating was all he would pledge himself to. He added that was himself a teetotaller. Mr Symmo
08 May 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PISCATORIAL PRODIGY.

THE PISCATORIAL PRODIGY.

(When Lord Alexander Thynne asked in the House whether there was any objection “to an extension of the present facilities for catching tiddlersi or sticklebacks with nets in the public parks to fishing with rod and line by children of school age under due restrictions as to hour
08 May 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS THIS EVENING. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)

IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS THIS EVENING. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)

THE HOUSE COMMONS THIS EVENING. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) statement on the information furnished the police regarding the number of Lister volunteers or of the proportion provided with nnes and ammunition. Mr. FRED HALL: Is Mr. Birrell not a position to give this information? Mr.
26 March 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE COERCION OF ULSTER.

THE COERCION OF ULSTER.

Mr. FRED HALL (Dulwich) asked if the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in intimating at Hudderfield Saturday that no concessions beyond those already offered would be made the Protestant community in Ireland, and that failing acceptance of these the Government Ireland Bill would impo
26 March 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
KING'S CROSS STATION

KING'S CROSS STATION

Quickest route „ Wakefield, Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfaeld. Harrogate, Mewcastle, * burgh, Perth, Aberdeen, &©• Week-End Tickets (FiW»y Tuesday) will be issued Thursday, 9th, and day to Monday Tickets will available for return on Tuesday, 14th April. Restaurant Cars on p
26 March 1914 - Globe - London, London, England