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23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CITY NOTES AND NEWS

CITY NOTES AND NEWS

Tuesday Evening. Aims/din to private adrices received in good quarters is the City it seems probable t hat before many days elapse we shall kern t at the Brazilian Government has definitely decided at what level the exchange shall be retot. It will be remembered that at present
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
OBJECT-LESSONS IN FLOGGING.

OBJECT-LESSONS IN FLOGGING.

Greeewood. hes given nolins to ask the Some Secretary whether be i s aware that a French journalist , recently allowed to make of Wormwood Scrubbs Prison. sod of the serrices of warders in that prison, sad of the apparatus employed for securing a prisoner while being loggoil, in
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMEWT pr BLICATIONS.

GOVERNMEWT pr BLICATIONS.

Masan. and bona AL.m.ted) hare pub:Mhed the to:lowIng• Lootkon Gazette. 22nd, la Animal 1.... , e5ee under the !laud 1111011401 Art. Id. Memorandum on Id LW, 1210. Amendmeat, No. 3. .id.; D .k Troia Order Confirmatmon, 2d.; Power. Order. Id. Dehatet Itonse of Orramons, 21rt lag.
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
A PRIVATE MEMBERS BILL

A PRIVATE MEMBERS BILL

The lest was issued yesterday of the Trade Union Law Amendment (No. 3) Bill, which he. been in by Mr. Crawshay-Williama, supported by Mr. Allen Baker, Mr. Harold Baker, Mr. Greenwood. Mr. Hindle, Kr. Borne. and Mr. Leas Smith. The operstive clause is as follows: " A trade union
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE REFORM DEBAM GOVERNMENT ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA.

THE REFORM DEBAM GOVERNMENT ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA.

(From Our Lobby The proceedings in the House of Lords today on Lord Lansdowne's reform resolutions Sr. regarded SR likely to be productive of a most interesting debate. A large number of Opposition Peers have signified their desire to Weal.. and the debate will certainly be cont
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
EARLY WINTER IN SWITZERLAND.

EARLY WINTER IN SWITZERLAND.

Chime Our GENEVA, Nov. 20. The heary snowfall of the last four data has ushered in an early winter. The depth of snow ,it the w inter resorts at present is deeper than In the highest scation " last winter. At Davos, Grindelwald, St. Moritz. Arose. and Lea 'Gasses a-inter snorts
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
N. UPINE'S ADVERSARIES, ROCHETTE INQUIRY INCIDENTS. flioun Our

N. UPINE'S ADVERSARIES, ROCHETTE INQUIRY INCIDENTS. flioun Our

N. UPINE'S ADVERSARIES, ROCHETTE INQUIRY INCIDENTS. Our PARIS. Nov. VI. Tha meetings of the Rochette Inquiry Cotnmittee still attract a good deal of attention, although, to all appearances, no very pertinent facts remain to be discovered. The personal differences, to which so muc
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ART DEALER BOUND OVER.

ART DEALER BOUND OVER.

Henry aged e 2, an art dealer, who, in September, was found guilty of obtaining credit from Miss Margaret Gayer, the well-known animal painter, and Messrs. H. Graves and Co. (Limited), Pall-mall, without disclosing that be was an und '- charged bankrupt, appeared before Mr. Wall
23 November 1910 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England