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23rd September 1915


In todays' Daily Telegraph  - A soldier accuses a milliner of robbing him on a night out, only to be lambasted by the judge for being out on the town in the first place – page 3
- The Horticultural Trades Association of Great Britain and Ireland urges nurserymen and seedmen not to heed adverts for Dutch growers in an advert on page 3
- The Port of London announces that it is experiencing “a continuous crescendo” in trade – page 6
- Bulgaria orders the mobilisation of its army as it enters on a state of armed neutrality – page 9 - “General commendation” for the new budget is reported on page 9 and page 10 has more reaction, including British piano makers welcoming the new import duty on musical instruments. “Postcard Publishers” in a letter on page 11 are far from happy about the abolition of halfpenny postage though - The fighting on the Eastern Front is the subject of a number of articles on pages 9 and 10 as Russia claims to be more than holding its own - It’s the turn of the Royal Naval Division to go on a recruiting match through London – page 11

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