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N.B.—A grcat new French novel of the Pimpernel period bp Baronets , Orczy, entitled A SHEAF OF BLUEBELJLS,” will bo

N.B.—A grcat new French novel of the Pimpernel period bp Baronets , Orczy, entitled A SHEAF OF BLUEBELJLS,” will bo

Thnrsdtty, thm 20th May , Make a note the date, and order in advance from yam Library to-day London: HUTCHINSON CO. Bow
30 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HARVEY NICHOLS

HARVEY NICHOLS

Haney Nichols frCcLJUd,,: KNIGHTS BRIDGE, S.W.I. shades of Harridanes, Ac. Also black tnd navy with self stitching collar- and flounce. Collar you can wear open or closed. Narrow Rouble belt of own ma- terial. In putty, grey, mole, bottle, nigger, nary, saxe, black, white, etc.
30 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
STOCK & SHARE MARKETS. The only feature the firmness Mexican securities on the news from New York that Mexico will

STOCK & SHARE MARKETS. The only feature the firmness Mexican securities on the news from New York that Mexico will

probably break off relations with the Central Powers and declare an alliance with the Entente Power*. The Loan is &8 buyers, Mexican Railway First Preferreds 531, Seconds 30, Ordinary 171. The War Loan is steady at 94, Consols 55. Home Railways quiet. Great Northern mark S7|, Gr
30 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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30 April 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
prince alrert.

prince alrert.

KINO’S SAILOR SON APPOINTS* TO U.M.& MALAYA. is announced in the Admiralty appointments to-day that acting Lieutenant H.R.H. Prince Albert has been appointed the Malaya, to date May ». ' •■ r TWO NEW REAM-ADMIRALS The naval' retirements and promotions to-day include the followin
30 April 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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PALL MALL GAZETTE. /

PALL MALL GAZETTE. /

TUB NATlOff' AND ADMIRALTY. The country ia beginning, think, realise the true significance of the submarine campaign, and to understand something of the spirit with which it must be confronted. It ia the gravest menace that has ever affected the well-being of these islands, and
30 April 1917 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
\on will extending hospitality your ,rien ds desire a little Whisky, Watson's No, " 5 pre . seated. ' N®.

\on will extending hospitality your ,rien ds desire a little Whisky, Watson's No, " 5 pre . seated. ' N®.

gnds Its way into the best homes of the British Empire. Can't beat TIZ" when Feet Hurt I ''»'rJi)' Z d ' e v«fy tj me y As soon you wa bunions. bath you iuet feel the ban 1 "- feet 10 TIZ 00 poor soaking it° j ance for joy feel. instantly draws out all +V, 13 grand. TV/ S3" ich
30 April 1917 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Budget "Pickings."

Budget "Pickings."

Not few merchants are joyfully anticipating the usual Budget " pickings." No sooner do they learn that the Chancellor has increased the tax on any particular article than they advance their prices, and, as they take good care to have .a big stock laid in, they make " a good thin
30 April 1917 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE OFFICER Mr John Findlay, 61 Kirk % has received intimation that " } Captain John Findlay, Cam er '■'

DUNDEE OFFICER Mr John Findlay, 61 Kirk % has received intimation that " } Captain John Findlay, Cam er '■'

has been admitted to hospital f'- severe gunshot wound in tha 1 Captain Findlay had been br jjc years when war was declared, hie business, and came *C t West Indian troops, and reef tl>® sion as a second-lieutenant \gA !.;f, v Highlanders. He was proi* 1 ® . last August and was
30 April 1917 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRESENTATION TO FIFE SHEPHERD.

PRESENTATION TO FIFE SHEPHERD.

Mr James Brown, Glenduckie, who virtue of forty-one years' service shepherd on Aytounhill has been awarded long service medal by the Highland and Agricultural Society, but was unable to attend the meeting the Directors of the Fife Agricultural Society in Cupar on 24th April to r
30 April 1917 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland