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31 December 1916 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE POST SUNDAY SPECIAL. DECEMBER 31. 101 ft

THE POST SUNDAY SPECIAL. DECEMBER 31. 101 ft

war must end IN ONEWAY. ierman surrender or DEFEAT, SAYS SOLICITOR]ENERAL AT INVERNESS. Inverness, Saturday Night. Meeting' ti lo Unioni.t »ri<l Liberal As nciations were held in Inverness this alterood lor the purpose considering the poli|c,l situation in view ol the retirement
31 December 1916 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE POST SUNDAY SPECIAL. DECEMBER 31. 191 G.

THE POST SUNDAY SPECIAL. DECEMBER 31. 191 G.

31 December 1916 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
l)ook but w ere

l)ook but w ere

31 December 1916 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
the real

the real

the Transylvanian frontier mountains. and Austro llum'.irinu uttaeking t-orps. in spite of stuhhorn resistann*. foreed their wav into tlie enemy’s entrenched pesi lion, and. despite strong eountei attacks, pushed furtuer ahead, the ,ivin« 10 office s and rank and hie and sj'ven
31 December 1916 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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FREE WORLD MARKET.

FREE WORLD MARKET.

Amsterdam, Saturday.—ln leading article maintaining there must economic war after the war, the Frankfurter Zeitung lays stress the importance for Germany free world market, and attacks those who dream of a Berlin-Bagdad Bailway or a new economic policy with Russia as compensatio
31 December 1916 - The People - London, London, England
 
Keeping Well at 80.

Keeping Well at 80.

On August 16th, 1911, Mrs. M. Rigby, of Primrose Villa, Duke Street, Formby, said : had kidney weakness for years. Every cold caught settled these organs, and was followed by acute pains the small of my back. After stooping it was as muck as 1 could do to get upright There were
31 December 1916 - The People - London, London, England
 
THEATRE AND MUSIC HALL NOTES.

THEATRE AND MUSIC HALL NOTES.

Attractions Now Being Presented at London’s Leading Entertainment Houses. Kiss Amy Brandon-Thomas, who has been out of the cast of Charley’s Aunt the St. James’s Theatre for the past few days, will resume h«r part to-morrow. Miss Ir<B Tree, youngest daughter of Sir Herbert and L
31 December 1916 - The People - London, London, England
 
SUFFERING WOMEN,

SUFFERING WOMEN,

the superiority of 7KDEX. prepared to dxiuty. tastclew pellet*, over all other Remedies. I will send SHILLING BOTTLE FREE, with Interesting book full information BKDEX, ami Explanatory Xroatise Dr. yew Wllaon Send stamps to cover carriage. Joe Free - Manageress, ZBDBX Horo, •nx
31 December 1916 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE PEOPLE, SUNDAY, DE NAVY NOTES: UNITY NECESSARY IF ~ v »»~ .n » tbest. FLEETMEN ARE TO HAVE THEIR

THE PEOPLE, SUNDAY, DE NAVY NOTES: UNITY NECESSARY IF ~ v »»~ .n » tbest. FLEETMEN ARE TO HAVE THEIR

OWN M.P. Hold Your Hand Uut wek-e Private John Blunt was the oldest scandalous suggestions bril Admiralty Must End the Scandal of Non-Payment 2jS* , ,aj“«s a. tof Pensions to Time-Expired Men. SS&iff upon his sleeve —to none of which was polishing a huge ammunition Lower Deck M.
31 December 1916 - The People - London, London, England