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WREN’S IMPERIAL CITY.

WREN’S IMPERIAL CITY.

A DREAM of 200 YEARS AGO LONDON’S WARNING.
15 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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15 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MARKET POSITION

THE MARKET POSITION

How far has the liquidation the markets fro? There is some hope, as expressed yesterday, that for the time being' the pressure on the markets themselves, at home and abroad, is relaxing. Maybe, one or two private deals would assist the situation. For it is probable that there is
15 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
By S. M. Massey.

By S. M. Massey.

In order to finish the London League Competition before the All England Tournament is played, it lias been wisely decided to play only one instead of two matches in the final round. The winner of the match between the Alexandra Palace B.C. and the Boe 8.C., which will be played
15 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
GHAPPLE & MANTELL A WONDERFUL STOCK OP Old Sheffield Plate. 82. STRAND. LONDON.

GHAPPLE & MANTELL A WONDERFUL STOCK OP Old Sheffield Plate. 82. STRAND. LONDON.

15 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHORLEY VICTORY.

CHORLEY VICTORY.

UNIONIST RETURNED BY LARGE MAJORITY. The result of the polling the Chor’.ey Division Lancashire was declared today as Sir k. Hibbert (U.) 7,573 Mr. J. H. T, Jackson (L.) 5,606 Unionist majority 1,967 Lord Balcarres’ majority in 'the December, 1910, election was 2,596; but this w
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
scon FORDS.

scon FORDS.

NATION’S SLOW RESPONSE TO LAST APPEAL. FUNDS AMALGAMATED. The appeal Captain Scott will as . lasting a memorial to all posterity as any whrk of irt, .any statue, aye, as any memorial book that was aver written. This eloquent tribute Ate noble leada- of the heme Bltle band who la
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
gT. JAMES’S.

gT. JAMES’S.

Box-office 10 to 10 (Tel. 3903 Ger.l SIR GEORGE ALEXANDER Sole Lessee and Manager. EVKRY EVENING at 8.40. For a limited number of perlormances, THEIMPORTANCEOF BEINGEARNEST By Oscar Wilde, MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, at 2.30.
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW THEATRE. . Tel. 2473 Gerrard Proprs., Sir Chas. Wyndham & Miss Mary Moore. Mr. ALLAN AYNHSWORTH'S SEASON. TO NIGHT

NEW THEATRE. . Tel. 2473 Gerrard Proprs., Sir Chas. Wyndham & Miss Mary Moore. Mr. ALLAN AYNHSWORTH'S SEASON. TO NIGHT

at 9. LAST TWO WEEKS. -READY MONEY," At 8,23, “The Ferret." MATS., WEDS., SATS., 2.25
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
YRIC. THE GIRL IN THE TAXI. X-* TO-NIGHT at 8.20. Mr. Philip Michael Faraday presents THE GIRL THE TAXI. A

YRIC. THE GIRL IN THE TAXI. X-* TO-NIGHT at 8.20. Mr. Philip Michael Faraday presents THE GIRL THE TAXI. A

Musical Play in three Acts. By Frederick Fenn and Arthur Wimperis. From the German of George Okonkowski. Music Jean Gilbert MATINEE, WEDNESDAYS and SATURSDAYS, Z3O. Box-office open 10 10. Telephone Ger. 3637. PRINCE OP WALES. TO-NIGHT at 8.30 x MISS MARIE TEMPEST produces A new
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England