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JUDGE AND COUNSEL.

JUDGE AND COUNSEL.

Mr. McCardie pressed for leave deal with the matter. The Judge: I try keep down the evidencedealing sympathetically with you—but whatever I say is met with quarrel. I will not into an inquiry whether the council is right in salting a roau. Sir Edward Clarke, K.C. (for defendant)
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE CAMPAIGN.

THE CAMPAIGN.

30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
History Repeating Itself

History Repeating Itself

The history of flying is very brief, but already ft, beginning to repeat itself Mr. Moisanf? flight from Paris to London L being duplicated strangely Air. in his flight from London Paris. Each completed the tirst and most difficult part of his flight with fine ease, and now Air.
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA.

CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA.

SOUTH AFRICANS v. TOOWOOMBA. Toowoomba, Wednesd&Ja The South African cricket team to-day com* menced a two day match against Toowoomba. Faulkner, Llewellyn, Schwarz, and HatUom stood down from the visiting side, which included Sinclair, who has just arrived from South Africa. To
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHRUBS AND WOOD DEFEATED IN AMERICA.

SHRUBS AND WOOD DEFEATED IN AMERICA.

New York, Wednesday. An international Marathon team race took place last night in Madison-square Garden, Alfred Shrubb and 0. G. Wood being the English representatives. _ , , America, represented by Hans Holmer ana William Queaf, led from start to finish, the men covering the di
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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A SINISTER RELIC

A SINISTER RELIC

SINISTER RELIC The Oneida Historical Society, of Utica, a recent meeting exhibited a relic slavery days. It is a chain used for confining escaped negroes, and attached to it is a lock bearing this inscription :—" Three hundred dollars will be paid for the taking this slave if fou
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LET WELL ALONE

LET WELL ALONE

Now, I can quite understand Mr. Letts’ attitude. He has at the present moment settled down do very good business with the finest small car of its class on the market—my readers must acquit of any desire exaggerate, and ; remember that, as aSizaire owner of three years’ standing,
30 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S CITY NOTES. OMNIBUS PROFITS. RISE METROPOLITANS. By far the moat active market in the Stock Excnar.go is that for

TO-DAY’S CITY NOTES. OMNIBUS PROFITS. RISE METROPOLITANS. By far the moat active market in the Stock Excnar.go is that for

Home Itailways, where investors and speculators are picking up snooks ffhici* to them appear to be the most attractive. Mc'tropolitan Ddeiiiriicts have recently come for large share of attention account of the greatly improved prospects of the company, and now Metropolitan Conso
29 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE HIPPODROME.

THE HIPPODROME.

The husband who suddenly comes to the conclusion that his conduct towards his wife has not been all it might have been, and who, with the intention of making amends, acts in such a way that he only succeeds in arousing her suspicions, is not a new figure on the stage- In “He Did
29 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LEICESTERSHIRE.

LEICESTERSHIRE.

Leicestershire's the county upon which the energy Mldlhhd Unionists should be chiefly directed. At present we not possess single seat—not even the Melton Division, once the Unionist stronghold of Lord John Manners, who was as firmly seated there as Mr. Chamberlain is in West Bir
29 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England