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CONCERTS.

CONCERTS.

QUEEN’S HALL. Sole Lesse:a~-Cliappell and Co., Ltd. FLORENCE MACBETH TO-MORROW 3.15 r OWING to ENORMOUS SUCCESS, FLORENCE MACBETH. TO-MORROW 3.15 •T COXCERT. ataistert by PAUL KOCHaNSKI
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PfLCRENCE MACBETH. TO-MORROW 315 ■T At the Piano-Mra. YEA I MAN GRIFEITH

PfLCRENCE MACBETH. TO-MORROW 315 ■T At the Piano-Mra. YEA I MAN GRIFEITH

and HAMILION HARTY. Tic<eta, 10s. €d., 7a. Ed., da., s. 6d., and 2s. FREE LloT ENTIRELY SUSPENDED. CONCERT-DIRECTION DANIEL MAYER. BKCHSTEIN HALL. YVETTE GUILBERT. RECITALS. ■A TO-MORROW at 3.15 p.m NINA JAQUES—DALCKOZE. YVETTE GUILBERT. LAST RECITAL. A FRIDAY N‘XT at 3 p.m. Sea
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE WHOLE-WORLD FLEET.

THE WHOLE-WORLD FLEET.

The King goes to Portsmouth to-day to inspect his Majesty’s Australian ships, Australia and Sydney. Do not let us miss the significance of the fact that the letter A has to be inserted into the familiar H.M.S. that Rear-Admiral Patey, whose flag is hoisted in the battle-cruiser
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SAFETY RAZOR DECISION.

SAFETY RAZOR DECISION.

HOUSE OP LORDS. The House of Lords decided that] the Anglo-American Trading .Co., Limited, had not infringed the letters patent of the Gillette Safety Razor Company. The case was argued last April before Lords Kinnear,. Atkinson, Shaw, and Moulton, when it was contended for the
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OILS.

OILS.

11.40—3/9 4/3 '* BlackßeaOrd.—OM* «?■» 11.40-« V «» fleck Boa 11.40-** V ® JtJ*h Borneo—< J « i*» 11.40-4» 't Brltlah Burma**—'49 4/ji 11.40 -4/9 8/3 California—'4V V' 11.40—4V*i» l Chalakan—'i«ii Bjpi 11.40-.iam 6/9 Oalielan Oil Truat 11.40-8/9 7/3 19.18- 6/71* 7/u, IV Huncarla
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MINOINO LAMB.

MINOINO LAMB.

SUGAR.—Home refilled roods met with (sir support, prices being' steady. Tate's Cubes, No. 1 quoted Ms., No. 2 17s. fid. Lyle’s granulated 15s. fid. to 16s. 3d., white crystals 15s. fid. to dfis. fid., yellow crystals Ms. fid. Cane sons quietly, steadq. Foreign cubes dun. German
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Jt. 16* gns S., 29 gns

Jt. 16* gns S., 29 gns

NOTE. —All Fur* purchateJ during the Sale tiered free until required. Fur Catalogue Poet
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE JUDGE’S MISTAKE.

THE JUDGE’S MISTAKE.

Another sensation has yet to be added to the most remarkable Derby ever run. In every description of the Derby that has been published, Mr. Leopold de Rothschild’s colt Day Comet is stated to have finished sixth. As a matter of fact, says the Observer,” was either third or fourt
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
latter is wearing hood, and behind him is Sun Yat. Then there is a gap before come to Louvois (in

latter is wearing hood, and behind him is Sun Yat. Then there is a gap before come to Louvois (in

the foreground), with the white-faced Shogun behind him. Seven of the first eight horses to pass the winningpost arc thus accounted for. The eaghtn must therefore be Day Comet, and he is necessarily the horse on the extreme right of the picture. It will be noticed his face is ma
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FINE EFFORT BY LANOOON.

FINE EFFORT BY LANOOON.

Gloucester collapsed against Northants at Bristol this morning, and had it not been for a fine innings of 78 by Langdon, the Western county would have been dismissed for a very small total indeed. As it was, Gloucester made 148. Smith, c Waldea, Smith 0 Dipper, c Freeman, Thomps
30 June 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England