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18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHANNEL AND NORTH SEA PASSAGES.

CHANNEL AND NORTH SEA PASSAGES.

Dover.—Wind E.N.E.; moderate. Antwerp, foggy I Folkeatoae, cloudy Barwioh, dull | weather cloudy; sea and Hook Holland, fine Mawhavea, fine Queen boro’, cloudy THE BAY OF BISCAY. K.E. or E. winds moderate to strong; sea rather rough; cloudy doll, soma rain and mist locally. TO-D
17 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY COUNCIL,

THE ARMY COUNCIL,

0n« fact was brought into prominence by the debate —the difficulty unider the public labour in regard to the view which our military advisers take the problem. No wonder that the Army and a large section of the public sigh for a return the days when, in the person of the Command
17 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EOR fc>ALE.

EOR fc>ALE.

HTUMPHREYS’ iron buildings VUE HOME AND ABROAD, ENIuayaARIPaE. H.W.
17 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COAL OP ANT KIND TO ANT POINT Locket & « Judkins 3, FENCHURCH AVENUE, E.C. Telephone: 1650 Avenue (4 lines).

COAL OP ANT KIND TO ANT POINT Locket & « Judkins 3, FENCHURCH AVENUE, E.C. Telephone: 1650 Avenue (4 lines).

(Incorporated with Gardner, Locket and Hinton. Ltd.)
17 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRIMINAL REFORM.

CRIMINAL REFORM.

understand that the Government are eoatemplatinig the intvoductiun a BiJi next session to deal with certain reforms tne administration of just K-e. Magistrates must necessarily have fair latitude with regard to the sentences they may inflict on criminal offenders, but an attempt
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. CHAPLIN'S I '.TVER.

MR. CHAPLIN'S I '.TVER.

MR. CHAPLIN'S '.TVER. With ail re-petfc are differ Mr. in fitViUcle thougkfc to towards the agreed policy of the I'nionift party. There for whom V uionists entertain higher regard than the ma-a who, long before Mr. Joseph Chamberlain began, his famous campaign, was preaching the
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOW TO GROW THEM.

HOW TO GROW THEM.

Small pots arc the most convenient for sowing seeds of alpine plants, those most generally used measuring about three inches in diameter, continues the writer. the pots must be clean, and it is essential that they thoroughly well drained. A large inverted piece crock should be p
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
"INSUEANCE” MEDICINES.

"INSUEANCE” MEDICINES.

MEDICINES. Sir,—l see in your issue to-night’s Globe that Mr. W. Kinmond wishes ask ; Mr. Masterman if he is aware that the 'medicine supplied to the insured is reduced that possesses no medicinal efficacy or potency whatever. I presume he has grounds for wanting answer such a qu
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SALE the MAGNIFICENT SI’OHIIKG ESTATE known as •'G MONTGOMEBYSUIRE Ten Miles from the Entrlish Border and within easy ol Shrewsbury

SALE the MAGNIFICENT SI’OHIIKG ESTATE known as •'G MONTGOMEBYSUIRE Ten Miles from the Entrlish Border and within easy ol Shrewsbury

by Motor extending to 15,6 ACRES, inclnding the REMARKABLY FINE BLACK & WHITE MANSION of Klizabethan desiga Splendidly placed 69[> Feet Above Sea Level The Estate Noted tor the High rhea-ant Shooting it affords SALMON AND TROUT FISHING The Kent Roll Approximates PER 2,000 ANNUM.
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England