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HOW A BALL WAS HIDDEN,

HOW A BALL WAS HIDDEN,

Continuing, the writer says; I could relate dog stories have lieard till the proverbial “further orders “—dog stories that are more entertaining, perhaps than convincing—but the truth of the foregoing and what now follows lam prepared to ■subscribe on oath. At one time I had a c
15 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RUGBY UNION.

RUGBY UNION.

SUSPENSIONS ON WEST COUNTRY PLAYERS REMOVED. a meeting the Committee the Rugby Union in London yesterday it was decided that the suspension? passed certain players a few months ago should be removed from May 1 next. Those from whom the suspension is taken are; E. Thomas, G. Edwa
15 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DAUGHTERS,

DAUGHTERS,

Agar.—On the l*th inat., at Cobliam Court, Sarrey, (Charles Talbot Agur. Harris.—On the 11th inst., at Sion Hill, near Preatca, thowili of Arthur Lea Harris. HAREIAGES. Davies—Bdbhktt.—On the 12th inst., at St. John's Ckuti Whetstone, Middlesex, Kitty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D
15 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ANNUITIES.

ANNUITIES.

SINKING FUNDS. “SCIENTIFIC SAVING” poet free application to the General Manager, 63. Threadueedle Street. London, E.O.
15 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TERRITORIAL TRAINING

TERRITORIAL TRAINING

Lord St. Audries, dealing with the fact that “our hastily mobilised' 'xerritoriais might be called upon meet a raiding force, suggested that great landowners and great employers might undertake to furnish certain number oi their employees for the Territorials. There should be so
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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TO THE EOlTOft OF ‘‘THE 6L08E.”

TO THE EOlTOft OF ‘‘THE 6L08E.”

Sir,—Various proposals have been put forward for dealing with a dangerous class of lunatics at present permitted be at large in the of Suffragettes. One idea I have not seen mooted is that outlawry, which, I believe, has fallen into abeyance, should be revived again in their cas
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“THE CAP AND BELLS.”

“THE CAP AND BELLS.”

It is something to write first play that is full of honest laughter and to have gained, from such an audience as was present at the Little Theatre last night, the guerdon of unstinted applause. It is something, too, for Miss Ethel Warwick have inaugurated her period of managemen
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT.

DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT.

■bulletin regarding the Duchess Connaught svas issued to-day, and it is expected the publication of bulletins will stop altogether, so satisfactory is the progress Her Royal Highmess, who 'again passed a good night.
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MEN AND MATTERS. . The Times 7n, fob 2d." When the Times ’’ is May 5 issued to the public

MEN AND MATTERS. . The Times 7n, fob 2d." When the Times ’’ is May 5 issued to the public

fen.- twopence, that will be the eighth change in price made by our contemporary since its foundation. In 1796 it cost 4Jd.; 1799 witnessed an increase to 6d.; and id. was added ten years later; the Waterloo year witnessed a similar Increase; in 1836 the price jumped down by 2d.
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND

FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND

REPORTED IDLE. CHINESE DOCK LABOUR. Brussels, Thursday Night. According the Socialist Press the total number strikers is now considerably excess 400,000. The JStoile says that the strike Antwerp is assuming the proportions an unprecedented disaster. Supplies are almost exhausted
18 April 1913 - Globe - London, London, England