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ARMY DESERTIONS.

ARMY DESERTIONS.

ARMED CZECHO-SLOVAK BANDS. From reliable source Reuter learns that many Czechoslovaks and Yugoslavs are deserting trom the Austrian Army and tunning armed bands the interior, called "Green Guards. A considerable number Czecho-Slovak deserters have concentrated the Beskyd mountai
22 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WAR WEAPONS RECORD

WAR WEAPONS RECORD

Saddlewonh, a small district with less than 11.000 inhabitants about 15 miles from Manchester, raised £252,000 during its War Weapons campaign last week, although asked to contribute only £60,000. This splendid total represents over £2J per head of the population, and Mr. J J. B
22 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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22 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. HURLEY’S PLEDGE.

MR. HURLEY’S PLEDGE.

Philadelphia, Friday.—Mr. Hurley, addressing deputation Latin American diplomats, following inspection at Hog Island, said: ‘‘The ships that are being built the United States as instruments of war are designed to serve equally well as instruments of enduring peace. You may send
27 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAND RECLAMATION.

LAND RECLAMATION.

There seems to be some conflict of views this subject at the Board of Agriculture. Sir Daniel Hall, the Permanent Secretary, appears to me, according to the views expresses the Selborne Report, to be the right line, excepting that I think his estimates as to the cost of reclamta
27 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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BABY IN A BASKET.

BABY IN A BASKET.

Strapped in wicker dress basket, with holes made to let in air, a baby girl, about six weeks old, has been found In a waiting-room at West Croydon Railway Station. The baby was discovered after the arrival -of a train from Victoria. The baby Was well and warmly dressed, sad had
27 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN STAGELAND.

IN STAGELAND.

Mr. Charles B. Cochran is constrained delay the reopening of the brightened the beautified London Pavilion as West-end theatre until Saturday next. There and then he will produce As You Were,” founded by Mr. Arthur Wimperis Kip’s revue, “Plus Change. In this Delysia plays fewer
27 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FRENCH ADVANCE ON

FRENCH ADVANCE ON

CREST. SEVERAL COUNTER-ATTACKS AGAINST AMERICANS. The latest news of the situation is that there is very little change in the battle line report to-day. There has been very heavy fighting along the whole front between the Ville-en-Tardenois valley and north the Oureq, to Buzaney
30 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JULY 80. 191» BELGIAN UNITY. FOE’S VAIN INTRIGUES. The German Chancellor’s visit Brussels »and the invitation a

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JULY 80. 191» BELGIAN UNITY. FOE’S VAIN INTRIGUES. The German Chancellor’s visit Brussels »and the invitation a

Flemish deputation proceed Berlin, of which news has just been received, are only what were expected to be the next developments in Germany’s unsuccessful attempt to divide Belgium, Keuter s Agency loams from odicial Belgian source. It is recalled that in March last year delegat
30 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SECOND BELGIUM.

SECOND BELGIUM.

30 July 1918 - Globe - London, London, England