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THE BALANCE OF HEALTI

THE BALANCE OF HEALTI

—like the of Power in Europe—is exceedingly be upset. perfectly balanced condition of heal possible when the bodily organs are working harmony which is Nature’s law. Bat in everyday many things are encountered which tend to P set . equilibrium. The changeable weather of the Kr^
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AM ERIC AN SEC HRI TIES.

AM ERIC AN SEC HRI TIES.

84 Alabama.NewO.iTesaa A Pref.-(83i 7 3) 11.7-844 8/0 Alub.inio.NewO.ATesas Def.-(33 41 11.7—3 s 4 1084 Atchison. Too. * St. >'«.-< 1094 4 < 10.41-1094 11.55-109 4 12.50-1094 4 1.39 1094 4 105 AU'!;i.son Prrf.-{1034 44*/ 10.41-1034 1.39- lOi 5 103 Balt. <fc 0.-{10849) 10.41-109
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A £5,000 Offer in the Balance This munificent offer towards cost of building urgently-needed New OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT the ROYAL FREE

A £5,000 Offer in the Balance This munificent offer towards cost of building urgently-needed New OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT the ROYAL FREE

HOSPITAL has been b/ generous donor conditionally upon a further sum o« £15,000 being subscribed or promised towards the Building Fund before March 4th, 1013. £50,000 NEEDED cover tho total cost. Oautisßi which mar help to eecoro this ii«nll«|niit fift shoald sat to the Secretar
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
READY TO-DAY. At all Bookshops and Libraries. THE ROMANCE OF THE ROTHSCHILDS By Ignatius Balia. 7/6 net. full and picturesque

READY TO-DAY. At all Bookshops and Libraries. THE ROMANCE OF THE ROTHSCHILDS By Ignatius Balia. 7/6 net. full and picturesque

narratiye of the rise of the House of Rothschild from the obscurity of a ghetto family to the eminence of a mighty financial power. The characteristics and early vicissitudes of the famous Five Frankfurters, who laid the foundations of the House, - e shown, and many engrossing a
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CONTEIBUTOES.

NOTICE TO CONTEIBUTOES.

The Editor will not be reepontible for the care or return of MSS. Where ttampe are enclosed and a MS. bears the name and address of the author, the Editor will endeavour to return it, if not accepted; no liability er responsibility can be taken by ike Editor or the Proprietors.
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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THE BAY OP BISCAY.

THE BAY OP BISCAY.

THE BAY BISCAY. Wind variable light to S.E., freshening; sea moderate or radher rough much cloud, some CHANNEL AND NORTH SEa PASSAGES. Dover.— Wind E.S.E.; weather fine ; sea passages smooth. Antwerp, fine Folkestone, fine Harwich, doll Hook of Holland, fine Nowhaven, tine Queen
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEGRESS ON TRIAL.

NEGRESS ON TRIAL.

NEGRESS TRIAL. ALLEGED MURDER OF AN ACTRESS. Annie Poke Gross, the negress who is charged with the murder an actress named Jessie Mackintosh, or Tricks, at a Co ram-street lodging-house, pleaded not guilty before Mr. Justice Darling at the Old Bailey to-day. Mr. R. D. Muir and Mr
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE WUBAY. JANUABV D.

THE GLOBE WUBAY. JANUABV D.

THE GLOBE D. MEN AND MATTEEB. DOCTORS’ LETTERS. MR. GEORGE STRIKE BREAKER. TRADE UNIONISTS WARNED METROPOLITAN RAILWAY. FIFTY YEARS OF GROWTH AND PUBLIC SERVICE. JUBILEE OF THE LINE. To-day is the Jubilee >1 one the most important, as it is one of the oldest, of the great traffic
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Variety and “Legitimate.’’

Variety and “Legitimate.’’

Playgoers will receive with the greatest interest the announcement of the latest recruit from the ‘'legitimate” drama to the boards the variety theatre. Sir George Alexander, wiio has agreed to appear at tlu> Palace at the end this month sketch Mr. Max BeerboJim, has, however, a
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHOOLBRED’S SALE STOCKTAKING

SHOOLBRED’S SALE STOCKTAKING

were rapidly and successfully electrified; power being supplied fiem great power station at Neasden, where the great gene, rators have a total capacity of 25,000 kilowatts. for the passenger’s saiebv, that is pro. verbial the Metropolitan. It was the proorf boast the eompaaiy. u
10 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England