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SAVOY THEATRE,

SAVOY THEATRE,

TO SIGHT, at B.2;, — Ti Messrs. C. H. Workman, John Olitlqnr, Harold Wilde, Overton Moyle, Leo Sheffield, Richard Greisa ; Mmes. Lilian Coomber, Jessie Rose, Louie IL,ine, Alar:e Wilson. PRINCE OF WALES' THEATRE. THIS EVBNiNd, — at - 171 - 1; ; S OFHOLLAND. Messrs. G. P. Huntley
7 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN THE COMMONS.

IN THE COMMONS.

A Cocoa you can Enjoy. .Questions were numerous and important. Mr. Churchill, replying to various hon. members, read long telegrams which had passed between Lord Elgin and Lord Selborne as to the reasons which had resulted in a larger number of Chinese coolies being imported int
7 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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7 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Nom 1 Ready May 24th. PRESENTATION PORTFOLIO.

Nom 1 Ready May 24th. PRESENTATION PORTFOLIO.

To every early annual subscriber will present a valuable portfolio original lithographs by the proprietors of four signed
6 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE POISONING MYSTERY. BRINKLEY AGAIN BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. MR. MUIR'S STATEMENT. The hearing of the charges of murder and attempted

THE POISONING MYSTERY. BRINKLEY AGAIN BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. MR. MUIR'S STATEMENT. The hearing of the charges of murder and attempted

murder against Richard Brinkley, in connection with the mysterious poisoning tragedy, was resumed at the Croydon Policecourt., to-day In view of the exhumation, on Saturday, ,f the Cody of Mrs. Blume, with whom prisoner had lodged at Fulham, additional interest was lent to the p
6 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Immediate Help Needed.

Immediate Help Needed.

CONTRIBUTIONS for the Lord Mayor's List may be sent to the Mansion House, London, E.C., or to the ...ecretary, Mr. T. GLENTON.NERB., at the Hospital. Cheques crossed "Barclays Ltd.", and made payable to the North ilastent Hospital for Children. GREAT NORTHERN CENTRAL HOSPITAL, H
6 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, MONDAY, MAY 6; 190;

THE GLOBE, MONDAY, MAY 6; 190;

6 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

.ONDON LANCASTER-GATE, W. PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL; readily accessible from all parts; extremely (Inlet position; every comfort ; diningroom (separate tables) ; smoking and bath-rooms; moderate terms. EDUCATION. MARGATE LEADING BOARDING SCHOOLS. MARGATE COLLEGE (BOYS). MARGATE
6 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A NEW DEPARTURE

A NEW DEPARTURE

DAINTY MATINEE TEAS are now served in the popnlar GRILL ROOMS of the GRAND HOTEL Trafalgnr-square (entrance in the Strand), at prices within reach of all. Visitors will find this a welcome exchange for crowded tea shops. ONE PENNY. " MAIUS INFELIX." So far-reaching and insistent
9 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PARK-LANE ART ROBBERY.

PARK-LANE ART ROBBERY.

ACCUSED AT MARLBOROUGHSTREET. A LIVELY SCENE. There was considerable public excitement at Mariborough-sweet Police-oourt ye,storday, vrhein, John Smith (31), who was arrested Tuesday night, was charged with what has become known as the Park-lane robbery. Mr. Wer- theimer took a
9 May 1907 - Globe - London, London, England