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Special Edition ANOTHER SHOCK FOR THE GOVERNMENT.

Special Edition ANOTHER SHOCK FOR THE GOVERNMENT.

MR. ASQUITH’S CONFESSION OF
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FORAIN EXHIBITION IN PARIS. THE MASTER’S VARIETY OF TALENT. SATIRE AND SENTIMENT. From Our Ojou Correspondent. PARIS, Sunday. Those who

FORAIN EXHIBITION IN PARIS. THE MASTER’S VARIETY OF TALENT. SATIRE AND SENTIMENT. From Our Ojou Correspondent. PARIS, Sunday. Those who

only know Fcrain as a great caricaturist, whose work appears every Monday the Figaro,” are surprised at the amplitude of his talent as painter and etcher, revealed just now at the decorative arts tion of the Louvre. Regarded brilliant commentator on the events of the day, synthe
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ART GALLERIES.

ART GALLERIES.

LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION. Closes on the 31st. Arthur G. Bell, K. 1., A. K. Brown, R S.A., Joseph Farouharson, A.R.A., James S. Hill. K. 1., H. Mughes- Stanton, A.K.W.S., Lindsay G. Macarthur, Leslie Thomson, R.W.S.. E. A. Walton, R.S.A. 10 to & ss, Pall Hall East, S.W. llth Year. so
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Enmity of Two Sides-

Enmity of Two Sides-

Like every politician who seeks to draw support from two opposing camps, Prince Katsura is incurring the enmity of both. The new Prime Minister’s proposed desire, for retrenchment has alarmed the militarists, who are protesting that they have been betrayed. •. General Uychara, w
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TEA DRINKING TRIUMPHANT.” The Advent of the Waitress. WHEN WOMEN FIRST LUNCHED IN TOWN. The fact that one of the

TEA DRINKING TRIUMPHANT.” The Advent of the Waitress. WHEN WOMEN FIRST LUNCHED IN TOWN. The fact that one of the

great teashop companies London is celebrating the twenty-fifth j'ear of its existence recalls the wonderful transformation which has taken place during that period some of the social customs of the country. In truth, the changes due to the growth of the teashop habit have fallen
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
January 28, tqi,

January 28, tqi,

28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS,

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS,

Westenhanger Hurdle Handicap, Fdlke. stone, Coney !.' •■’ •. puWis'hed Hand!, caps, , rand Hurdle Handicap, SandoAvn Park, Macdierry; ; ( engage, ments, Cupid’s Arrow (dead); Hereforf Hurdle Race, Watergall; Four-Year-OM Hurdle Race, Warwick, Wavobcrg, Blarnw Stone, Powder and S
28 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Connell Unanimous.

Connell Unanimous.

Several speakers followed, including the late Grand Vizier, Said Pasha, who concurred with the views expressed by the Government. Scarcely any dissentient opinions were expressed, the military officers present being all in favour of the standpoint of the Government. The Council
23 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
REPERTORY THEATRE.

REPERTORY THEATRE.

Sir,—Mr. Keblo Howard a delightful writer, and his London Dialogues art among the finest features of the * esting evening paper. Mr. Howar hundred things for which the reading P and a host of playgoers in J era Suburbia in particular, admire and ‘°' l But, sad to say, his latest
23 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS EVENING.

THIS EVENING.

THEATRES. 7.30 Sleeping Beauty Drury Lane ~ "Aladdin’’ Kennington „ "Dick Whittington*' King's ~ “FortyThieves’’ Lyceum „ "Aladdin't Marlborough „ "Cinderella'* Princes „ "Cinderella" '.. Wimbledon 8.0 The Dancing Mistress *’... Adelphi „ "Ciiidtrella"' Coronet „ "Petef Pan'' Du
23 January 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England