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LOST VESSEL INQUIRY . ENGINEER WHO RESIGNED

LOST VESSEL INQUIRY . ENGINEER WHO RESIGNED

The I 3 o ; irri of Trade inquiry into the loss of th ( Cardiff steamer Enilynmor , with a crow of thirteen , whilo on voyage from Middlesbrough tc Pembroke last October , was resumed at Newcastle yesterday . Williiun Griffiths Perkins said he joined tin Knilyunior ; is chief en
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Egyptian General , Hassen Tcwfik Pasha , who has been staying in Paris , died while on his way

The Egyptian General , Hassen Tcwfik Pasha , who has been staying in Paris , died while on his way

to his hotel in the Bue Taitbout yesterday . The rjodTTras taken to the Paris Mosque—; Ucuier . Tin ; annual rate of mortality in England and Wales last week arcraged 8 . 8 per lOOOl
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FRACAS AT INDIAN PORT DISPUTED TWO SHILLINGS .

FRACAS AT INDIAN PORT DISPUTED TWO SHILLINGS .

Co ^ osibo , September 6 . —A number of European passengers from tho s , s . Ostcrly , which arrived hero from Australia last evening , were involved in a fracas in which an Indian shopkeeper was shot , following an argument ribout the price of a shirt . The sum in dispute was t
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADULTERATING FOODS PRACTICE DECREASING . DANGERS TO AMMALS .

ADULTERATING FOODS PRACTICE DECREASING . DANGERS TO AMMALS .

The dangers of spurious adulteration of prepared animal foods were discussed when the annual congress ol the National Veterinary Medical JUiKkflaa Midiad its dosing doges it Hbwcastleon-Tjne yesterday . Professor R . G . Linton , Edinburgh Veterinary College , pointed out that w
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BRITISH SCIENTIST VISIT . TO PAISLE 5

BRITISH SCIENTIST VISIT . TO PAISLE 5

Yesterday about -60- members of tho' Britisl Association visited Paisley , and were accorded « civic rccoplioH , and entertained to luncheon i > the South Minor" Town Hall . Provost Crawford , who presided , gave tho toast of " The Britisli Association . " He .- said that in Pai
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEWS OF THE SERVICES NAVAL NOTES .

NEWS OF THE SERVICES NAVAL NOTES .

ll'TlOM A CORRESPONDENT . ) The battleship Warspite , which since her acoi dent in July , -when she struck an uncnarterec obstruction in the Aighn Sea , has been undergoing temporary repairs at Malta Dockyard , is now re turning to Portsmouth for refit . In December last A r ico
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
U . S . AND THELEAGp . WEt IT LOOKS ASKANCE . SIR ESME HOWARD'S VIEW

U . S . AND THELEAGp . WEt IT LOOKS ASKANCE . SIR ESME HOWARD'S VIEW

Sm Esmb Howard , British Ambassador to the United States , speaking at a League , of Nations meeting at Carlisle last night , said _ there are peop le who mi g ht think that tho signature ol tiio " Pact by the United States foreshadows the entry of that country into tho League ,
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BULGARIAN CRISIS . KING SEES PARTY LEADERS

THE BULGARIAN CRISIS . KING SEES PARTY LEADERS

Sofia , September 6 .- —In the course of the conversations and consultations \ vn : cn are taking place as a result of the resignation of the Government , tho King , to-day , saw the Radical Leader , M . KosfourliofT , and tho Socialist Leader , M . l'astouholf . —Router . VO )
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HOPFIELDS TRAGEDY . THREE CHILDREN PERISH STORY-OF BLAZING HUT .

HOPFIELDS TRAGEDY . THREE CHILDREN PERISH STORY-OF BLAZING HUT .

How three children porishod among tho fiamei and smoke of a blazing hut in tho Kentish hopfioldi was described at an inquest at Slaney Place Farm , Sfcaplohursti last night on Gconio Bonjnmin Witr nock , agec ! 11 ; Syciiiay Robart Warnocfc , aged 8 ; and Maria Warnocfc , aged 6
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PESSIMISTIC BRITISHERS W 1 ERICAN BANKER'S OPINION

PESSIMISTIC BRITISHERS W 1 ERICAN BANKER'S OPINION

5 In Orro Khan , Ihe American banker , is nol g iving up banking , " There is still p lent y ol roniituco in l / iu bunking world , " do ,-aicl to a 10 porter in London lust night . Mr Khan is sailing for home on tho Olympic on Wednesday alter a Hying visit to Europe . " So long
07 September 1928 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland