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SLUMP ON THE BOURSES.

SLUMP ON THE BOURSES.

The anxiety with which the international situation is regarded is reflected on all the Stock Markets of Europe. In many well-informed quarters it is stated that the cause of the nervousness does not arise so .much from the tension between Russia and Austria as from the danger of
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF A NOVELIST.

DEATH OF A NOVELIST.

SYDNEY, Tuesday. The death is announced of Louis Becke, the well-known novelist.—Reuter. [George Louis Becke was born at Port Macquarie, New South Wales, in 1848. His bestknown publications include Reef and Palm,” “His Native Wife," “Wild Life in Southern Seas,” The Jaiascobridg
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
desire, and the dream pantomime is evolved. Ohanning-Jy she has chosen the sw'cetest and finest among sleeping lives. She the

desire, and the dream pantomime is evolved. Ohanning-Jy she has chosen the sw'cetest and finest among sleeping lives. She the

butterfly, she is the (fire, she light, heaven, the stars. Frails under floating material, flowerr with pale gold, with calcedony and beryl, Salome passed her power. Afterwards humanity went by feverishly. calm our frayed son Is and over-childish nightmares a fragile figure danc
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MEW GALLERY KINEMA. Regent Street. DAILY p.m. On SUNDAYS. ll p.m. A continuous perlorraance. including KINEMACOLOR. the late Captain Scott’s

MEW GALLERY KINEMA. Regent Street. DAILY p.m. On SUNDAYS. ll p.m. A continuous perlorraance. including KINEMACOLOR. the late Captain Scott’s

Sooth Pole incidents, and the Solemn Requiem at St. Pauls. Followed Every Evening at 8.30, by LES MISERABLES. Prices, td., Is., Is. 6d., 25., 3a.
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
A MYSTERY OF THE JURY-BOX.

A MYSTERY OF THE JURY-BOX.

The public will be genuinely surprised at the facts mentioned to the Lord Mayor yesterday w ith regard to street-driving prosecutions. Most people have probably expressed the opinion that accidents would be less frequent if the authorities came down more sharply upon cases of re
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CABINET.

THE CABINET.

Among members of the there has no very marked change in Parliamentary form. Mr. Lloyd George has shown belter qualities of leadership in the later than the earlier part of the period, and, apart irom his obsession in the matter of land, fcs shown more conciliatory manner, and bi
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SITUATION IN MEXICO.

SITUATION IN MEXICO.

The London office of the Mexico Tramways Company, and the Mexican Light and Power Company, jester day received the foliowing cable from thegcneral manager in Mexico : “No damage property. Are not operating tramways avoid damage to roiling stock. Necaxa, El Oro, Pachuca running r
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE RACING SCANDAL

THE RACING SCANDAL

COULTHWAITE AND J*. CHADWICK "WARNED OFF.” NATIONAL HUNT STEWARDS' DRASTIC ACTION. A great sensation was created in racing circles last night when it became known that the inquiry the National Hunt Stewards into the recent running of two Grand National horses, Jacobus and Bloods
18 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
“ WEE-GEE ”

“ WEE-GEE ”

WEE-GEE PALL MALL GAZETTE.
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MMiY

MMiY

By TICKNER EDWARDES The Daily Telegraph says: This book has atmosphere—fresh, idyllic atmosphere, full of sunlight and soft breezes blowing across the Sussex Downs, and in this atmosphere the story achieves life. It is a natural idyll of the country, and its unsophisticated char
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England