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SUGAR RATIONS FOR THE FRENCH

SUGAR RATIONS FOR THE FRENCH

* PABIS, Monday. The Matin says it has reason to be* that M. Hernot, Minister of Transport and Civil and Military Supplies, in order to reduce purchases from abroad and to relieve transport vessels, intends to limit the consumption of sugar to a monthly ration of 790 grammes per
08 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HEW PELL HELL

HEW PELL HELL

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13 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
WHAT THE NAVY HAS DONE.

WHAT THE NAVY HAS DONE.

Our soldiers and our sailors have taught tbera to respect. (Hear, hear.) You had an eloquent account from colleague, the Chancellor of the Excheoner, of the achievements our soldiers. (Cheers.) Our sailors—(loud cheers)—are gallantly defending the honour of our country on tfee h
11 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
(Continued on Page S.)

(Continued on Page S.)

(Continued Page S.) Two ladies who wrote to tho National ftofoges and Training Ship ArethiM*,” 164, Shaftesburv- Avenae,.London, W.C., say; “We are so very distressed that your funds are so affected, bat know what difficult matter it is to get money for thing other than war chari
11 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ON THE PLATFORM

ON THE PLATFORM

LEADERS OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS, Among the notable people on the platform, in addition to the speakers, were:— Mrs Lloyd Georg*. Mia* Lloyd George. Major Lloyd George, Miss Law, sum Isabel Law, Sirs. McKenna, Lord Conliffe, Mr. A. H .Stanley, Lord Revetotoke, Mr. J. W. Mateey. L
11 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
STORMING AN ISLAND.

STORMING AN ISLAND.

GERMANS ROUTED BY SUDDEN ATTACK. [Admiralty per Wireless Press.] The following Russian official com was received to-day:— Western Front. —South Lake Habit, west Riga, thp Germans, after a strong artillery fire, undertook an offensive on our new positions in the village of Kalnce
09 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
f The Mappin” Campaign Watch THIS faie movement Wristlet Welch he* been through many CemoeigM. It H-'comptßMlod and jowtllei. Stout

f The Mappin” Campaign Watch THIS faie movement Wristlet Welch he* been through many CemoeigM. It H-'comptßMlod and jowtllei. Stout

Silver can and fitted with lumiaou* dial.
09 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GREECE

GREECE

compliance with the terms of the Note December 31 must made, they most adhere rigidly the Note and its time limit. • The position in the part of Greece which is still under Royalist Government is bad, and the Venirelists, of whom there are large narabers, particularly in Thessal
09 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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09 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
EXPLOIT!NO THE OOLO STRIPE.

EXPLOIT!NO THE OOLO STRIPE.

Cases having arisen improper use of the gold stripe, strict instructions have been given to the assistant provost-marshals to deal with any abuse the kind, says the “Times. The gold stripe may worn only officers and men whose names have appeared in the casualty lists.
09 January 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England