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BACH CHOIR. 3lst Season. PATRON-Jfls Majesty the KING. HALL. FIRST HESTRAL CONCERT. TO-MOBROW (FRIDAY). 8.30. BI.VFONTA SACRA PARRY. (The love

BACH CHOIR. 3lst Season. PATRON-Jfls Majesty the KING. HALL. FIRST HESTRAL CONCERT. TO-MOBROW (FRIDAY). 8.30. BI.VFONTA SACRA PARRY. (The love

that caatetbout fear.) BANCTUB In BACH. CHORAL BEETHOVEN. Solo PiAKoroar*—RICHARD BUHLIG. MARIE STUART. VOCALISTS Mr HALTON raker. Oo*DDCTOIt-Ur. DAVIES. Tlekats. 7«. 6d.. Sa.. 2s. 6d.. and la., Chappelt'a box-office. Queen'a Ball, and uaual ngeot->‘. Concert-DlrecUoo E. L. KOBI
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Foreign Service.

Foreign Service.

During the training before last of my Militia regiment, when the Bill for enlisting the Militia for foreign service was before the House of Lords, I instructed my adjutant to ask quietly from men who came to re-engage if they would able to re-engage for foreign service supposing
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Recruit Training.

Recruit Training.

I am myself in favour of training Militia recruits for the full legal period, that Is, six months, but on the plan of the preliminary drill party and not on enlistment. The preliminary drill party should assemble in barracks at the depot six months before the battalion training.
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Stamps Betorned as Forged.

Stamps Betorned as Forged.

Mr. John Stuart Lowdcn, the plaintiff, in the coarse of his evidence, said that in consequence of these libels he hod to shut Moorc’a shop up and with others formed the West End Stamp Company (Limited). stamps sold to Mr. Buhl were returned as being forged. They wore, however, g
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING POST, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1907. ECONOMIC BANK CASE. VERDICT AND SENTENCE.

THE MORNING POST, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1907. ECONOMIC BANK CASE. VERDICT AND SENTENCE.

After a seven days’ hearing trial was concluded before the Common Serjeant (Mr. Bosanquct, K.C.) at tho Old Bailey yesterday of Mr. Samuel Gurney Massey, late mans gor and director of the Economlcßank,on a charge of having mode and published certain false statements with intent
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRIESTS AND LAITY IN IRELAND.

PRIESTS AND LAITY IN IRELAND.

SUPPRESSED NEWSPAPER 1 (from OCR •KST.) DUBLIN, The Irish Pea fa tit newspaper, which was suppressed by its proprietors in consequence of the threat of Cardinal Logue to denounce it and forbid Irish Catholics to read It, will reappear to-morrow under the title of the Peasant. Th
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AN IDEAL FOOD.

AN IDEAL FOOD.

has been shown that sugar con* tains all the elements of an ideal food, and that in Molassinc Meal a bination is produced which constitutes a dietary of the utmost value. The value of Molassinc Meal is not merely confined to its nourishing and invigorating qualities: it has an a
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Pinero : Heesrs. He. Milward. E. v..._

Pinero : Heesrs. He. Milward. E. v..._

THIS EVENIN'J^TH'8 MPEBmiBOT; Polite Emery. Mira Darroar lebe. Mlm Complen. At 8.30. HER GRACE TftE REFORMER Merer*. E. W. Tarrer. Welton Dale. H. Laurent. Mis* Men* Harnson. Mio E. Boh. Mias Joy Chatwyn. THIS EVENING r2S.’xiSSi GAIETY THF.ATRB. . TUTU EVENING, 8. THE NEW ALADDI
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE PRINCESS ROYAL.

THE PRINCESS ROYAL.

GIBRALTAR, Wednesday. The health the Princess Royal continues satisfactory. Her Royal Highness was compelled to remain indoors to-day owing to the wet and windy weather.— Reuter. THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT. HONG KONG, Wednesday. The Duke and Duchess of Connaught arrived h
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
M. CLEMENCEATTS POSITION.

M. CLEMENCEATTS POSITION.

PARIS, Feb. 6. The Ganlois, returning to the subject of the rumours according to which M. Clemenceau thinks resigning, says to-day that the Premier considers that on account of the present political situation it would be better for him make way for M. Sarrien, who is now complet
7 February 1907 - Morning Post - London, London, England