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BRITISH FUNDS.

BRITISH FUNDS.

I.irt M U* " Consols 2 * n.c.-;73 *l6 10.49-73H6 16 11.30-73>a M 12.31- 2.1-73 >8 3.56-73 l 3 ?3b Cou«jl« Accl.-, 73 l l6 10.4M31i6 U.30-73>8 12.31- > it> 2.1-75 U 8 (new acct.) 3.&-73U b 70b Two-KUci-a-iialfp.c.-;70 • 10.49-70*4 b 0.56-70*4 Rate on Consols —i*a to 4 per cent. I
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL EDITION.

SPECIAL EDITION.

MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1913 ONE PENNY,
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE.

QUEEN'S THEATRE.

TO-:aC,HT, at S..iC, TYPHOON. Lanrence Irving and Haoei Hackney; Bertram Forsyth, Arthur Whitby, Robin Shiells, eory Crocker, Sbeko, Basil Sydney, Charles Terric. Frank Collin», Arthnr Stanley, Herbert Uewetscn, Alfred Saagstar, rtnart Mcsgroye, Deborah
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRYSTAL 2'ALACE.

CRYSTAL 2'ALACE.

coidially trust that the public-spirit-ed action the ‘-Tiaits in response to the Lord Mayor's urgent app.al for funds to save the Crystal Paiaee prove successful. Everybody at ibis time day must aware that the PaJace has only been rescued from the hands the braider by the genero
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCH ENGS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCH ENGS.

GOODWOOD.— Steward!.’ Cop— BecthoTen. NKWilAll!CET.—Visitors’ Apprentice Plate—Erl Kinf. Princest of Walei’e Stake*—Sir Colin, White I'Uins. Hare Park Handicao—Wagstaif. All engasemonts first Jnly Mreting— Oculi. July Stakes—3oalonqe, Eosuiak, tSiiot. Water*, bench Handicap—Koda
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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"IT’S NOTHING; SHE’S MAD.”

"IT’S NOTHING; SHE’S MAD.”

Later, after Sir Benjamin had noticed Sir John’s coolness towards him, he mentioned the matter, and Sir John said; “Never mind, it’s nothing; she’s mad.” Under cross-examination witness denied that he made any remark to Lady Sackville in a brutal way. The testator’s manner towar
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL ITEMS.

THEATRICAL ITEMS.

VAEIETr. harm Every Aw. For Ootmoisseiar®. At His Majesty’s the concluding week of the Shakespearean Festival, which commences to-night, will be devoted to “Romeo and Juliet.” Sir Herbert Tree makes his first appearance ;is .Mercutic, and Mr. Philip as Romeo. *4 Mr. Martin Harve
30 June 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL NOTE TO BULGARIA.

OFFICIAL NOTE TO BULGARIA.

The Times correspondent in the Balkans, telegraphing from Sofia yesterday, says:— The Bulgarian Government has received an indirect notification that Servia has unconditionally accepted Russian arbitration. In consequence of this intimation Dr. Daneff will proceed to St. Petersb
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE HORSE SHOV. CLOSING DAYS AT OLYMPIA THE JUMPING COMPETITIONS

THE HORSE SHOV. CLOSING DAYS AT OLYMPIA THE JUMPING COMPETITIONS

June 30, 1913 SUMMER PLOVERS. TO-MORROW'S GREAT SHOW AT HOLLAND HOUSE The big summer flower show, which opens to-morrow in the grounds of Holland Park, Kensington, by permission of Mary Countess of Ilchester, promises, if the weather be favourable, to be one of the finest displa
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THIS EVENING WESTMINSTER.

THIS EVENING WESTMINSTER.

SCOTTISH RADICAL AIRS AN OLD GRIEVANCE. MR. ACLAND’S ORDEAL.
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England