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COMING SESSION WILL BE

COMING SESSION WILL BE

OF THE GREATEST PUBLIC INTEREST & *n
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SIGNALMEN.

THE SIGNALMEN.

Reginald James Leggett, signalman at Star tane, said that he had been a signalman 4i years, and had been in the Star Lane box two years. He came on duty on Saturday at 2 p.m. to work until 10 p.m. The train which met with disaster passed his box at 4.26. It was running its usual
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WIG AND GOWN.

WIG AND GOWN.

new legal distinction lias come into existence with the newly formed Society of Teachers of Law. The committee of the Society has just exercised its power to elect honorary members a certain number of men who have rendered distinguished service to the cause of legal education. I
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WANTED TO PUECHAbE,

WANTED TO PUECHAbE,

rAW GUARANTEE AND TRUST SOCIETY WAN TED.-*-Write, with full particulars, to Box 23, care of AdTertisemout Offices, New Kent-road, London.
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO MEMBERS OF

TO MEMBERS OF

•y^HITEHALL COURT, WHITEHALL,
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OUSHEY. —THE HALL, BUSHEY, HERTS (16 miles from Euston). 3 FIIIbT-CLASS HOTEL. Comiortable Winter Quarters. Country Residence Day or Week.

OUSHEY. —THE HALL, BUSHEY, HERTS (16 miles from Euston). 3 FIIIbT-CLASS HOTEL. Comiortable Winter Quarters. Country Residence Day or Week.

Turkish Baths tree to Visitors. Golf Links in surrounding Mansion. —For particulars apply THE MAXAGER.
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BARRACK ROBBERY AT DEVONPORT

BARRACK ROBBERY AT DEVONPORT

A Devonport telegram states that man has been detained by the police at Leeds in connection with the recent robbery of jewellery and money at Raglan Barracks, Devonport. After the safe in the officers’ quarters in the barracks had been ransacked, two privates of the Ist Leinster
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON DISASTER. CORONER’® INQUEST. COMPANY EXPRESS SYMPATHY. The Coroner’s inquiry was opened the mortuary chapel, Bamlon Hill, to-day, into tlie

BRIGHTON DISASTER. CORONER’® INQUEST. COMPANY EXPRESS SYMPATHY. The Coroner’s inquiry was opened the mortuary chapel, Bamlon Hill, to-day, into tlie

circumstances the disaster which resulted seven persons losing their lives and number of other passengers being more or less injured. The jury first inspected the scene the disaster at Stoat’s Nest, and later viewed the bodies which were lying in the mortuary Baudon Hill. The vi
1 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CRETAN CRISIS.

THE CRETAN CRISIS.

The news that the Cretans intend elect and send delegates the Greek National Assembly has aroused considerable apprehension the Continent, where the chance of the long-expected war in the Near East breaking out is looked upon as imminent. The Young Turks are obstinately determin
4 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England