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FOUR AGAINST NINETEEN. FAMOUS FRENCH ATHLETE KILLED IN •' f UNEQUAL AIR FIGHT. , PARIS, Monday. Octave Lapize, sergeant-pilot in

FOUR AGAINST NINETEEN. FAMOUS FRENCH ATHLETE KILLED IN •' f UNEQUAL AIR FIGHT. , PARIS, Monday. Octave Lapize, sergeant-pilot in

the aviation service, was killed yesterday tiie front the course of air fight in which he was engaged against several German aeroplanes altitude of 4,000 metres. ,.. Originally in the infantry, Lapize was at bis own request transferred to the aviation service, and to yesterday h
16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
X/AUDEVILLE.— Mate. Tnee. Tburt, Sat, —Harm* GKaiTan new rema " CHEEP I * VUS Svitb. A. Austin. Hal Hert Etaer*

X/AUDEVILLE.— Mate. Tnee. Tburt, Sat, —Harm* GKaiTan new rema " CHEEP I * VUS Svitb. A. Austin. Hal Hert Etaer*

Beatrice uuie. T. Qrattan. end LEE WHITE.
16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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ARTHUR SOURCEIKB, LITTLE TICH. “THE FRINGES THE FLEET? Books by EUDYARD Music by SIB EDWARD ELUAH who will conduct; err.. reT* FORD. A Varieties. Uerrard 7541.
16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NO MORE ZEPPELINS. FEVERISH OUTPUT OF AEROPLANES

NO MORE ZEPPELINS. FEVERISH OUTPUT OF AEROPLANES

AT FRIEORICHAFEN.
16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BISMARCK’S AMBITION.

BISMARCK’S AMBITION.

As be once said: English Colonial interests compete with ours in numerous places, and subordinate Colonial officials are occasionally hostile to our interests. Nevertheless, we are acting in complete and perfect unison with the British Government We are absolutely united, and 1
16 July 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOR LATEST NEWS STOP PRESS. ft.

FOR LATEST NEWS STOP PRESS. ft.

22 November 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
STILL CRABBING.

STILL CRABBING.

We can only regard as discreditable the continuance the crabbing campaign against the soldiers, particularly those who hold the more responsible positions. An example of what going on has appeared in the Manchester Guardian,” whose London correspondent contrives to insinuate tha
22 November 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PLUCKY CONDUCTRESS.

PLUCKY CONDUCTRESS.

A conductress, Emily Kirk, who smartly detected robbery taking place on h&r ’bus, and held the pickpocket until the arrival of a policeman, was commended at Guildhall to-day for her pluck and promptitude. The man she detained, Abraham Moss (52), a South African giving address Kn
22 November 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LATEST TAPE PRICES.

LATEST TAPE PRICES.

(PEtt EXCHANGE TELEGRAPH COMPANY.)
22 November 1917 - Globe - London, London, England