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SATURDAY, January 20, 1917.

SATURDAY, January 20, 1917.

20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UNFIT FOR THE VOLUNTEERS.

UNFIT FOR THE VOLUNTEERS.

REJECTED MEN NOW PASSED FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. There is something wrong somewhere. Men five and six times better than that have been passed in lower standard declared a member of the Waltonon-Thames Tribunal concerning a young man who was refused when endeavouring to enlist and "as
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, Si&tJBDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917.

THE GLOBE, Si&tJBDAY, JANUARY 20, 1917.

THE GLOBE, Si&tJBDAY, JANUARY 20, BOOK OF THE WEEK.
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
URITIES. COLONIAL SEI

URITIES. COLONIAL SEI

Canadian 4p.c. 194040.. Canadian 4iap.c. 1920-25 Cape 3*a pa:. 19*949 Cope 4p.c. 1917-23 Natal p.c. 1934-44 ... 69% New S. \Vales 3p.c. New S.Wales3ia p.c. 1913 9641 New S. Wales 4 p.c. 1933 80 New S. Wales 4 p.c. 1943 77% N.S.W. 4% p 4. 5-yr Ud. 89% N.S.W.4Ii 1922-7 In. 937* No
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MORE FOOD COMMANDEERING.

MORE FOOD COMMANDEERING.

A sensation was caused at Doncaster Exchange to-day by the military commandeering oats at 475. 6d. per quarter many factors having purchased at 4s. to ss! above the price. At Peterborough v heat was unchanged at 80s. per quarter, oats at 475. 3d., the Government fixing the price
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ONE PENNY.

ONE PENNY.

20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GERMAN RAGE AND DISMAY

GERMAN RAGE AND DISMAY

ALLIES* REPLY DESCRIBED AS “MAD AND FRANTIC*’ PEACE DREAM SHATTERED. From Amsterdam to-day we have received, through Reuter’s Agency, the following German comments the Allies’ answer td'Fresident Wilao»>-- Lokal Anzeiger In every German in whose heart there is still a trace of s
13 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GREEK MYSTERY. NOTORIOUS GERMAN AGENT ARRIVES IN ATHENS. fresh development announced regarding Greece. stated in yesterday's Globe the reply

THE GREEK MYSTERY. NOTORIOUS GERMAN AGENT ARRIVES IN ATHENS. fresh development announced regarding Greece. stated in yesterday's Globe the reply

to the Allies' Ultimatum is not regarded as satisfactory. The notorious German agent. Von Falkenhausen, has arrived in Athens. SALONIKA, Jan. 11 (rec. to-day). The news the fresh ultimatum to King Constantine has been received here with the utmost satisfaction in all circles, an
13 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UMANIAN SUCCESS. GERMANS THROWN BACK AND

UMANIAN SUCCESS. GERMANS THROWN BACK AND

TRENCHES TAKEN. It is the Germans who are now on the offendye in the Riga and today’s Russian communique reports that they again attacked near Kalncelrn, the village south of Lake Babit* which was captured by our Allies. Despite the fact that the enemy was in massed formation hi
13 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN6 FOOD PROBLEM.

IN6 FOOD PROBLEM.

Press telegrams from South Africa are being subjected just at present to the meet extraordinary delays, says Reuter. The following have been received in the past hours: PRETORIA, December 28. It is officially announced that General Botha has been invited to attend a series of sp
13 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England