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UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE W^RING&GILLOW &urws/iers tfSkccraia* toXM di*7Gap.

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UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE W^RING&GILLOW &urws/iers toXM 164-180,
13 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
latest niarket prices.

latest niarket prices.

tXCHASCE CO.'S TAPE PRICES-Copyright XPhere quotation appears, the Wh r ice -.emains unaltered. Mikf up fjifiTiSH FUNDS. ETC. U „ - 1C.55-75U H. 26- 75 7 5-'to ~ o’ll_ll4 v* 1 7 S 6 0 «i r>4 f IQ 6 V* - 10.56-64 * * _'B > 10.55 —G3>2 3 ® Rupee ■- 10.5? —96J2 7 UC.'--- '• Q . 10.
13 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

S67'! I’ac.— f2sl 1 10.70—25012 1 11.2—250 U 25314 11.32—2501« 11* RINK')rJ.-(291* 7j) 10.50-29»16 !3 16 11.37 “•2S®ib Hi 6 IstPrjt.—flo7 10.50—107 8 68!; 2nd 100’jl 10,50—9912 10012 Pre‘.— (SO-'a ?i 10.50—566* -a OO'j Guar,— (B9i »0i 10.50—89ij 90 is <•'/' Leb.—<a4 Ij) 10.50—94
13 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LADIES ON THE LINKS

LADIES ON THE LINKS

INTEREST IN MONTHLY MEDAL COMPETITIONS.
13 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
will, it is thought, bring the Turks to recognise the inevitable. ISSUE WITH THE POWERS. ADRIANOPLE TO BE SURRENDERED. By

will, it is thought, bring the Turks to recognise the inevitable. ISSUE WITH THE POWERS. ADRIANOPLE TO BE SURRENDERED. By

Oar Special Representative* The question of peace or war is no longer one for the Governments of the Allied States, or that of the Sublime Porte to decide, but is one for Europe, which is just now represented as an homogeneous whole the Conference of Ambassadors sitting at the F
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
UNIONIST POLICY. MOVING TOWARDS AN AGREEMENT LANCASHIRE MEETING.

UNIONIST POLICY. MOVING TOWARDS AN AGREEMENT LANCASHIRE MEETING.

IMPERIAL, SIDE OF TARIFF REFORM. THE BOUNTY PUN. Rapid progress is being made in the way of restoring unanimity in the ranks of the Unionist party on the question of Tariff Reform. Testimony to this fact is forthcoming from all quarters, and there is no doubt whatever that settl
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE. Frotectioa for Maaufocluror*.

PALL MALL GAZETTE. Frotectioa for Maaufocluror*.

The bounties which I have named could* not reasonably be objected to by the British who would himself be protected by a tariff on manufactured articles; and the bounties would also .take the form of national insurance to the industrial classes, whose food supply would be secured
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON PANELS.

LONDON PANELS.

LIST ISSUED BY INSURANCE COMMITTEE. OUTSIDE DOCTORS CALLED IN. An official list of medical practitioners wh« have joined the first panels in London for sendee under the Insurance Act was issued to-day bv the Insurance Committee. The total number of practitioners 759, but is poin
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TOO MANY CRANKS.

TOO MANY CRANKS.

Mr. E. Cra'vshay-WiHiams, from tlie vanground of the Ministerial benches above the gangway, criticised the proportional representation scheme in spirit of some levity. submitted that in Parliament what was wanted was a broad representation of parties; there were enough cranks in
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE STORY OF OLD WHITEHALL

THE STORY OF OLD WHITEHALL

A NOTABLE HOTEL SOUVENIR. A few months ago Mr. Austin Brereton set out to write the story Of Old Whitehall in a brochure of some dozen pages.” He soon found, however, as delved into history, that even the sternest compression would never reduce the history into such limits as th
8 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England