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PERSHING’S PRAISE.

PERSHING’S PRAISE.

02 January 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MAIL AND STEAMSHIP NEWS

MAIL AND STEAMSHIP NEWS

{From Lloyd's.) Espagne ' (CKC.T., from Bordeaux, arrived New York’let. Delhi (8.t.), left Barry Dec. 31. Rimutaka (N.Z.8.), from Wellington passed Gravesend Ist for Royal Albert Dock. Pretori an (C.P.0.5.), St. John (N. 8.), for London, passed Lizard Ist. Tokiwa Maru <N.Y.K.).
02 January 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919. THE KING TO FRANCE. GREETINGS EXCHANGED BY H.M. AND M. POINCARE. Paris, Wednesday.—King George

THE GLOBE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919. THE KING TO FRANCE. GREETINGS EXCHANGED BY H.M. AND M. POINCARE. Paris, Wednesday.—King George

has sent the following telegram to President Poincar^ “On the occasion, of the New Year, which is opening full hope for the future of humanity, it is a particular joy to to present you M. le President as to the noble French nation, the brave and faithful comrades my people durin
02 January 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO BOLBHEVISE HUNB.

TO BOLBHEVISE HUNB.

AGITATORS SUSY IN UPPER TRANSPORT TRICKERY. i Amsterdam. The “Deuteche AUgemekie Zedtung” says » telegram from Berlin reports (hat Ruesian irire-puilera have recently been devioting special interest the Upper industrial district. By paralysing the coat supply and the transport o
02 January 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAVELL TRIAL APPLAUSE. WOMAN OF GERMAN BLOOD WHO WORKED FOR FRANCE Pans, Friday M. Lambert, Police C.ommiisary at St. Quentin,

CAVELL TRIAL APPLAUSE. WOMAN OF GERMAN BLOOD WHO WORKED FOR FRANCE Pans, Friday M. Lambert, Police C.ommiisary at St. Quentin,

said during the assumed trial .<£ Quien (the Detrayei Mils Cavcll) that the accused belonged the category mdi vtduais whom the ma-do their agents before the war. Mmes. bodard, Adam, and Jacobs, who were arrested fur facilitating the passage of fugitives from Belgium, deposed tha
29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
For the Next War,

For the Next War,

At the Admiralty, too, officers, apart from those in the Engineers’ Department, seem completely ignorant as to the object of the puzzle towers, and the whole thing is being kept as a close secret. The Globe was informed to-day that inquirers from other departments are refused in
29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IS LABOUR AWAKENING?

IS LABOUR AWAKENING?

BIG INCREASE IN CLYDE SHIPBUILDING.
29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HAYI'OC K PARK

HAYI'OC K PARK

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29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RADISHES FOR RHEUHAnSH.

RADISHES FOR RHEUHAnSH.

In the country round Bordeaux radishes are well-known and popular remedy for rheumatism, according to the I.ledical Press. Man}' authorities advocate the use of colloidal sulphur for chronic rheumatism, and Dr. Carles, of Bordeaux, suggests that the plant may owe its anti-rheuma
29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING. p. &o. B^ laa HAIL AND PASSENOtE SERVICES. MEDITERBASEAN. EGYPT, INDIA, FEBr BIAS GULF, BURMA. CEYLON, CHIN A JAPAN.

SHIPPING. p. &o. B^ laa HAIL AND PASSENOtE SERVICES. MEDITERBASEAN. EGYPT, INDIA, FEBr BIAS GULF, BURMA. CEYLON, CHIN A JAPAN.

MAURITIUS. EAST AND BOOTH AFRICA. AUSTRALASIA TICKETS INTERCHANGEABLE Australian rickets Interchangeable one way by New Zealand Shipping Company (via Panama) bv Orient Line Ail Sailing* subject change with without notice. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL SAILINGS (under Contract with H G
29 August 1919 - Globe - London, London, England