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ST. JAMES’S. Mr. GEORGE ALEXANDER TO-DAY, at 2.30; TO-KIGHI’, «t 8.30, in* Hew Comedy Louie bbipnuui. D’AUCY THE GUARDS. Hr.

ST. JAMES’S. Mr. GEORGE ALEXANDER TO-DAY, at 2.30; TO-KIGHI’, «t 8.30, in* Hew Comedy Louie bbipnuui. D’AUCY THE GUARDS. Hr.

GEORGE ALEXANDER. Mr. J. U. BAitKEb. Mis. EVELYN D’ALBOY. MATINEE. TO-DAY. and EVEEY SATL'EDAY, 2.30. GAIETY THEATRE.—Manneer, Mr.GEORGE LLWALEtb.—E ELY EVENING, at t. Musical Play. HISS GIBISB. Box Of],cxi (J, H. Jubb) daily till 10. !feJ. Vaudeville theatre, strand. Under anep
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHUECH NOTES.

CHUECH NOTES.

BASIS FOB LEGISLATION. Tbe new scheme for effecting settlement the Education Question should receive the close attention of all who are •desirous of educational peace. It is the joint work three committees—one representing the House Laymen, another representing the National Soci
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PREACHEBS IN LONDON

PREACHEBS IN LONDON

TO-MOBBOW. St. Pnl*< Cathedral, 10.30, Rer. K. Fleming; 5.15, Archdescon bino.air; 7, Her. A. E. Smith. Westminster Abbey, 10, Rev, H. L. Wild; 3, Canen Beeching; 7, Canon Hotkyns. Southwark Cathedral, 11, Bishop of Woolwich; 6.30, Canon Leeks. Chapel Royal, Savoy, 11.15, Her. D
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PURE AIR AND DRAUGHTS.

PURE AIR AND DRAUGHTS.

A correspondent, writing to the Medical Times concerning Sir Frederick Treves’ statement that draughts of pure air never give rise colds,” states there are plenty of medical men who hold a different opinion. Suppose, he asks, a man after a game of football, and perspiring profus
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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A GEORGE 111. HALF-CROWN

A GEORGE 111. HALF-CROWN

costermonger summoned at the City Summons Court yesterday for causing obstruction, said someone gave him a silver coin, and after the person had gone he found it was a coin tiie like of which had not seen before. He was questioning the boy what he was, when the policeman came up
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED'

THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED'

Alario (Mr C. P. Younff) C. F. Yonnjf 5 Fcarlet hunner (Lord Villiers) Hallick 5 1 Wahden c, Bute (Lord ...Farquhaivou 810 Potheen (Mr Douglas Clarke) ,„...Qore 6 8 8 (Mr H. S. Goodson) Lynham 4 8 8 Palome. (Ur J. B. C. Leader 3 8 7 (Mr W. Allison). ~..Pr ate 4 8 8 Higblftider (
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WILLS.

WILLS.

Lieiit.-Col. Sir Fleetwood Isham Edwards, C., G.C.V.0., K.C.8., Serjeant-at-Arms in the House of Lords, of St. James's Palace and Manor House, Lindfield, died August 14, leaving £23,674. He gave a silver bowl, presented by Queen Victoria, to his brother; a silver teapot, sugar b
31 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONRO—JOHNSON

MONRO—JOHNSON

Holy Trinity, Sloane-atreet, Mr. Alexander William Monro, of Auchinbowie, Stirling, was married Miss Geraldine Marion Murray Johnson. elder daughter of the late Mr. M. Murray Johnson, and Mrs. Murray Johnson, of 7, Cadogan-oourt. The Rev. H. A. Cumberlege, vicar Bt. Andrew’s, We
31 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England