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23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ME GLOBE WqDNESDAY, OCTOB

ME GLOBE WqDNESDAY, OCTOB

THE J.P.'S STARTLING ADV TI;RE. TOTTERIDGE PARK SENSATION. MR. CORY WRIGHT'S NARRATIVE. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRT AL. At the High Barnet Police-court, to-day, George Wooltorton, aged 28, a butler, of Great Ormond-street, Bloomsbury, was charged with endeavouring to obtain money
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CHIMNEY OWL,

THE CHIMNEY OWL,

A live owl, covered with soot, was found in a dhimne3r Uch smoked badly at Trewince, Cornwall. HAMMERSMITH'S " GOLDEN BOOK." Sir William Bull has presented to Hammersmith a volume to be known as "The Golden Book of Hammersmith," wherein will be inscribed the names of burgesses a
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GENERAL BOOTH.

GENERAL BOOTH.

A message received at the headquarters of the Salvation Army to-day states that General Booth is still recovering, and hopes to resume his engagements at Pittsburg on Saturday and Sunday, afterwards completing his original programme.
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S LONDON BETTING. THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

TO-DAY'S LONDON BETTING. THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

6to 1 oggt Deangiwift—tto I Bto 1 • Idolus—t o 100 to 14 LandLeague-t<to I 12 to 1 Andover—t 14 to 1 tioldkiach—t 16 to 1 agst Lay Hasty—tto 20 to 1 ltetort—t & o 20 to 1 Lisellana—o 23 to 1 Royal Lass—t OFFICT AT, SCRATCHINGS. Cambridgesbire Stakes.—Veloeity (at 9 a.m. to-day).
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AW& S , Rata:96. BAIA Diamond Ornaments, &c. (New & Second- H ES ON hand), Silver and Old Sheffield Plate,

AW& S , Rata:96. BAIA Diamond Ornaments, &c. (New & Second- H ES ON hand), Silver and Old Sheffield Plate,

Jewels, VALITERS FOR PROBATE Wa, &c. OR DIVISION. 7. T URN-ST.,CRANBOLEICESTER-SQ. I . • • T obac c o ik _ Times change, fashions alter, hnt Three Nuns" with its quaint ' peculiar cut and delicious flavour, Elremains in the forefront . There are roan , ' imitations but none so g
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
'fiI,ASTBOURNE.—THE QUEEN'S. First-class Family Hotel, facing Sea. Electric Light, Lift Private Omnibus, Motor Garage. inclusive Terms, Tim "Queen's" Orchestra performs

'fiI,ASTBOURNE.—THE QUEEN'S. First-class Family Hotel, facing Sea. Electric Light, Lift Private Omnibus, Motor Garage. inclusive Terms, Tim "Queen's" Orchestra performs

in Lump two duly. BEACILY HEAD HOTEL, under same management.—C. F. BACIIAR.MEISTEII, Manager. FARNBOROUGH (Hants).—QUEEN'S HOTEL. The only First-class Hotel near Aldershot Camp, facing Queen's Parade, Golf Links, and Polo Grounds, has been RE-OPENED with every Lfp-to-Dats meut.
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON. -HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET, WESTMINSTER. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. Single Bedroomsfrom as. Double from ss. Sitting and Bedroom from 15s.

LONDON. -HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET, WESTMINSTER. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. Single Bedroomsfrom as. Double from ss. Sitting and Bedroom from 15s.

Buitestres 21e. a day, including electric Britt and attendance. Inolosive terms from 124. per des. Wedding liecept.ioas. Thank Bath. Forst-01w Telephones in every Suite. Telephone= Victoria.—J. IL. (;LEAVE. Proprietor.
23 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PURCHASE OF TORPEDOES BY JAPAN.

PURCHASE OF TORPEDOES BY JAPAN.

New York, October 15. A dispatch from Washington says the Secretary of the Navy denies the reported purchase of fifty additional Whitehead torpedoes. The torpedoes already sent to Newport are the original 50 purchased some time ago at a =cost of 5,000 dollars each. It is doubtfu
16 October 1907 - Globe - London, London, England