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LONDON HIPPODROME.

LONDON HIPPODROME.

Those who like see how such marvels in the art of quick change as are offered by Constantino Bernard! are done have their curiosity satisfied by his present entertainment the Hippodrome. There is indeed deception, save that offered by has facile and clever make-up. Behind a tran
5 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
■TUB OLOBB WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6,1910

■TUB OLOBB WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6,1910

5 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SANDRINGHAM ESTATE.

THE SANDRINGHAM ESTATE.

I hear (says "Truth” to-day) that the Sandringham estate has been left by King Edward to King George, the Hall being assigned to Queen Alexandra as a dower house, and, of course, she has the gardens and park at her disposal. The late King presumably made provision for the place
5 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GRAY’S FINE BILLIARDS.

GRAY’S FINE BILLIARDS.

George Gray, the young Australian billiard player, who since his arrival in England has not only beaten Stevenson’s record of 354 oft the red, but beaten his own record by running up 985 at Leeds last Thursday, gave another wonderful display of his ability the losing hazard game
5 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SICK LIST.

THE SICK LIST.

The Earl Essex passed rather night, but his condition remains unchanged The Countess Dunraven passed a very night, but there is improvement in her Ladyship’s 'to-day. Lord Boilhwick’s condition still continues a serious. i C
1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AEROPLANE EXPERIMENTS.

AEROPLANE EXPERIMENTS.

The Laboratory Committee the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain are now conducting a series of tests on the various component parte of aeroplanes. Experiments are in progress on the air resistance bars, struts, stay-wires and the like, and the committee would be much obliged
1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL GOSSIP.

MUSICAL GOSSIP.

1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE; SATURDAY.

THE GLOBE; SATURDAY.

NOTES EROM THE ZOO. SEASON OP DISCONTENT. (PROM OITJt ZOOLOGICAL CORRESPONDENT.) In spite of two weeks fine weather the altering seasons are very manifest in the Gardens, and now that the leaves are falling in light, but continuous, descent it only needs that rain which none are
1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JOCKEY’S FORTUNE.

JOCKEY’S FORTUNE.

Tom Loates, the jockey, whose death has just occurred at Brighton, is stated on good authority to have left a fortune amounting to something like £250,000. This is by far the largest fortune ever amassed by a jockey. Fred Archer left a fortune of £66,662, and F. Finlay, who died
1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SOLICITOE’S EVIDENCE

THE SOLICITOE’S EVIDENCE

xhe principal witness was Mr. Charles Beginala Gerveys Grylls, solicitor, of the firm (jowlard, Gryiis, ana Cowiard, of Launceston. He stated that his firm had acted for many years for Mrs. Hugh Willyams, who, after her marriage, came in for some real estate, yielding net rental
1 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England