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25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JUDGE ON TEMPERANCE.

JUDGE ON TEMPERANCE.

■Lord Mersey made some interesting remarks «c the subject temperance when speaking chairman at the annual facial meeting of the Royal Courts Justice and Legal Temperance Society, held last night in Middle Temple H'bll. said that when he first joined the Northern Circuit it was b
25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

APARTMENTS erHOCSESto I SALES PRIVATE COSLET WANTED, TRACT. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, | LOST FOUND, 4c., 4c, A Special Low Bate la. 6d, for three lißce—equal 24 werti —or two iocertiona for tts, Cd. These anßODnecsieata mcsi ii nmrxiv.
25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALLIES’ HEAVY LOSSES.

ALLIES’ HEAVY LOSSES.

In a dispatch from Cettinje, a special correspondent of tho Times gives a narrative cf the recent operations Allies against Scutari, in which he estimates that the Montenegrins sustained loss in killed and wounded of about 10 per cent, of the whole army. correspondent describes
25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“TO-DAY’S BOOK.” THE FURNISHING OF

“TO-DAY’S BOOK.” THE FURNISHING OF

THE BEDROOM. Wandering round Waring & GUlow’s Galleries I was much struck by the fact that nearly a third of the vast building was used for the exhibition of Bedroom Furniture and Equipment. I asked myself why, for I knew there must be some good reason for this apparent dispropo
25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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25 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED FALSE DECLARATIONS

ALLEGED FALSE DECLARATIONS

At Bow-street Joseph Petriekosky, alias Yeowell Moaid and Slaughter, a Russian subject, was charged before Mr. Marsham with fraudulently obtaining passports by means of false declarations. Mr. Williamson, for the Public Prosecutor, asked for a remand evidence arrest, arid expla
3 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
His MAJESTY’S ENGAGEMENTS

His MAJESTY’S ENGAGEMENTS

FOR THE WEEK. .. , . . ... _ . A special cable to the African World” from Today the King Queen, with Princess ijts correspondent at Addis Abeba, dated Mary, arrived at Buckingham i alaee at ban- Sunday, states Emperor Menelik Negus past eleven vrom mdsor, having made the Abyssin
3 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. MONI/AY. FEBRUARY 3, 1913

THE GLOBE. MONI/AY. FEBRUARY 3, 1913

IMPERIAL FUND. VERONAL MYSTERY. MR. TREYANION’S DISPUTED WILL. MEN AND MATTERS. A PaiNCELT Piper In learning to play the bagpipes, the Prince Wales is only {oliowing the example King Edward the Seventh, who one time also endeavoured to attain proficiency the use of the instrumen
3 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LETTER FROM THE DUKE

LETTER FROM THE DUKE

WESTMINSTER. A correspondent and subscriber the Imperial Fund, has received from the Duke of Westminster the following letter in reply to inquiry as to 'whether the objects of the Imperial Fund have undergone any change owing recent events which have taken place within the Undon
3 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England