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COLONIAL.

COLONIAL.

CANADA.—Mr. R. C. Miller, formerly president of the Diamond Light and Heating Company of Montreal, who was committed to the custody of the Serjeant-at-Arms for refusing to answer a question as to whom he had paid the $42,000 alleged to have been used for securing Government cont
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(SPECIAL TO “THE GLOBE.”)

(SPECIAL TO “THE GLOBE.”)

There axe so many forms of ornamentation for which shells are being used in modern industries, that the import, of shells from abroad Is a trade large dimensions. Daily consignments of foreign shells are shipped into London, where they are rapidly sorted in the dock and distribu
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CATHEDRAL IN FLAMES.

CATHEDRAL IN FLAMES.

In telegram St, Petersburg, Reuter states that the Tteoizky Cathedral was destroyed fire yesterday morning.' The cathedral eotntainod groat collection religious pictures, carvings, and otter objects, among item different works from th© hand of Peter the Great, bat all the valuab
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NAVAL NOTES.

NAVAL NOTES.

21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

REPORTS A^rTICIPATTONS, ENGLISH. Barrow, E., fine Bexhill, N.E., fine Bideford, 14., fine Blackpool, 8.E., fine Bognor, N., tine Bournemouth, N.E., fine Brighton, N., fine Cambridge, N., cnll Clacton. E., fine Cromer, N.E., fine Deal, N.E., fine Devonport,. N.E., fine Eastbourne
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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A LARGE NUMBER OP YOUNG

A LARGE NUMBER OP YOUNG

LARGE NUMBER OP YOUNG DEBUTANTES. At their Majesties’ Court at Buckingham Palace to-night there will be a large number voung debutantes, among them being the Hon. phvliis Goschen, daughter Lord and Lady Goschen; Miss Melita Keppel. daughter of Sir Colin and Lady Keppel; the Hon.
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
APOST OFFICE PILLAR-BOX

APOST OFFICE PILLAR-BOX

FIRED. Early this morning flames and smoke suddenly burst from the letter-bcx the ® at Si. John's-hill. Battersea, which, is close to lesidence Mr. John Burns. The police called the fire brigade, but the meantime the fire boon discovered by t inmates oi the post office (which is
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGNERS IN ADRIANOPLE.

FOREIGNERS IN ADRIANOPLE.

Sofia, Friday. It has been ascertained that there are many as 400 foreigners desirous leaving Adrianople, hut the Turkish Commander Chukri Pasha refuses for military reasons to allow them go.—> DalzieL
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED ATROCITIES BY THE TURKS.

ALLEGED ATROCITIES BY THE TURKS.

Sofia, Friday. The Government has received a telegram from the Greek Metropolitan at Chatalja stating that as a result of the withdrawal of the Bulgarian troops from Chatalja the Turkish forces the fortified lines and the crews of the warships have been perpetrating massacres an
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY‘TEA JREPOET.

WEEKLY‘TEA JREPOET.

U«un. LI«;d, and Carritt tapplj with tbs IsUoOTBg. Thursday, February SO, 1913. INDIAN.—W« hare again to report good market for teas below 9d, pet lb., and in some cases farther rise of aid. maybe •noted. Good medium descriptions, bowerer, sold irregularly wore rather easier, bu
21 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England