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TO-DAY’S MONEY AND MARKETS.

TO-DAY’S MONEY AND MARKETS.

Bank Rate: 5 per cent. (Oct. 17, 1912) . - Wining Carry-ever...Keb. 24 I Ticket Day 26 General Carry-over... Feb. 25 | Pay Day ««.....»el>. 27 consol Pay Day, Mar. 3. City Editor’s Telephone : No. 7448 Central year ago. The dividend is again 10 r nt but the carry forward is up f
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SELFRIDGE’3.

SELFRIDGE’3.

Selfridge’s made rapid strides during the past year. According to the report just to ■hand, protits went up from £50,200 to £104.000, and it is* noteworthy that in 1910 i-ll they amounted to only about £15,000. A sound financial policy has been adopted by the directors dealing w
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
READ BROTHERS.

READ BROTHERS.

The report of Read Brothers (Limited) for the year ended December 31 last stales that the net profit has been adversely affected by the great increase in cost of materials, anil the year has been very trying one, the dock strikes causing great trouble and adding considerably the
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOCKEY NOTES.

HOCKEY NOTES.

ENGLAND’S TEAM AGAINST FRANCE.
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
INTERNATIONAL AERO EXHIBITION

INTERNATIONAL AERO EXHIBITION

OLYMPIA. Potron-HM the KING. FEBRUARY 14 to FEBRUARY 22. AdMana—ONE SHILLING; except Thunder, before 5 p.m, 2/6 Opm Dailr 10 Hi! 10. SPSCIAL EXHIBITS. Ar«y Afnltip “DELTA." RE. 2 TYPE end CODY PRIZE AEROPLANES, the War Ofice. AERO MODELS br the Rerel Aero Club and the Aeronautic
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
RACING AND ITS RAMIFICATIONS OWNER, TRAINER, AND JOCKEY. A POWERFUL SYNDICATE WHICH IS THE HEAD?

RACING AND ITS RAMIFICATIONS OWNER, TRAINER, AND JOCKEY. A POWERFUL SYNDICATE WHICH IS THE HEAD?

(SECOND ARTICLE.) FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. To own horses and run them with a fair measure of success is by means the good luck of every owner on the Turf, and the, winning of big stakes is indeed but the fortune of a few. How many owners either running huge establishments,
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
A BIG LOTTERY.

A BIG LOTTERY.

The purchase of yearlings and the breedingof horses is always somewhat of a lottery. Take instances where at our bloodstock sales yearlings are purchased at huge prices, and before they are three-year-olds they have degenerated into selling, platers. There is the credit side als
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
DOUGLAS STUART

DOUGLAS STUART

102. HEW OXFORD ST, UNOOR.
20 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON JUTE MARKETS STEADY.

LONDON JUTE MARKETS STEADY.

(BY COURIER SPECIAL London, Wednesday ■ uf. The market is just the turn 'j! buyers in some grades, but generai»> 0" steady.' Firsts, February-March, 60 0 F tops, in same position, to llanibu v firsts, in dock, London, sold £26 , r)ais e ® dock, Hamburg, sold £26 10s; 2, February
20 February 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEXICAN COUP D'ETAT IS ACCOMPLISHED As Result of Plot Against Madero.

MEXICAN COUP D'ETAT IS ACCOMPLISHED As Result of Plot Against Madero.

1 Dramatic Arrest of President and Cabinet Ministers. New York, Wednesday. The following telegram, giving a detailed account of the coup d'etat Mexico, has been received from Mexico City:— General Madero was forced out of the Presidency by General Blanquet, and arrested the Pala
20 February 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland