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31 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
before breakfast

before breakfast

This is the Natural Way. well. known, standard aperient ■ently stimulates the liver, the body’s Ith this important organ working f*®P*rly the blood becomes pure, the nerves normal, the impoverished tissues Sound refreshing sleep, a clear to. a hearty appetite, and a good digesti
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COMPREHENSIVE PROPOSALS OF

COMPREHENSIVE PROPOSALS OF

NEW FRENCH BILL. Important provisions are incorporated in the proposed new law regulating aerial navigation in France, which was laid before the Chamber of Deputies yesterday. It begins by laying down that the atmosphere, owing to the impossibility of appropriating it, cannot be
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOUNDER OF THE GROSVENOR

FOUNDER OF THE GROSVENOR

GALLERY. As announced in yesterday’s Globe,” Sir Coutts Lindsay. Bart,, has died the age of S 9. An artist and connoisseur art, and in early years a soldier. Sir Coutts wes best known as the founder of the Grosvenor Gallery. On ret living from the Army Sir Ooutts devoted himself
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOARD OE TRADE CHANGES

BOARD OE TRADE CHANGES

BOARD TRADE CHANGES TWO DEPARTMENTS AND AN ADDITIONAL SECRETARY. We are officially informed that, in view of the great incirease in the work the Board Trade, the President has decided appoint a second secretary to relieve the permanent secretary. The President lias accordingly ap
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SCIENCE AND THE PIANO.

SCIENCE AND THE PIANO.

It is much to be hoped that the increasing popularity of the player-piano will lead to increased interest in the more scientific aspects piano-playing, says a writer in Nature."' The explanation of the acoustical effects produced by the modern pianoforte is probably a dynamical
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A COTTON PLANT DISEASE.

A COTTON PLANT DISEASE.

During 1912 considerable apprehension was aroused in Mwansa, German East Africa, by the occurrence of peculiar disease affecting the leaves of the cotton plants. The disease was first recognised by the appearance of a shiny incrustation on the upper surface of the leaves; in sem
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOSPITAL EGG WEEK.

HOSPITAL EGG WEEK.

As in previous'years the Poultry World is again holding its Hospital Egg Week connection with the Hospital Saturday Fund, the dates selected being 13th inst. to the 20th. Last year throughout, the kingdom contributed 24,317 eggs. The new-laid eggs received axe sent the inmateis
10 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England