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PICTURES AND PLATERS.

PICTURES AND PLATERS.

Advocates of the artistic advantages of the einematograph often instance the “filming” of dramatic masterpieces support of their contentions, and we are told that influence of the picture palace must be elevating, because it presente such plays Pelleas and Melisande” and “As You
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WAR IN TEE BALKANS.

WAR IN TEE BALKANS.

Aifc last the farce of unofficial war between the Balkan States has come to an end. The Bulgarian Ministeirs at Athens, Belgrade, and Cettinje have been recalled, and state of war now formally exists. The fratricidal conflict is f erocious the extreme. Most of the fighting has b
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOXING CONTESTS

BOXING CONTESTS

JVIt. JAMES HOGGE asked the Home Secretary whether his attention had been drawn to the recent boxing contest for the Lonsdale belt in which one of the combatamts had his jaw broken into 'die fourth 13 rounds, when, was counted out; and whether he proposed to take any steps to pr
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PROGRAMME.

THE PROGRAMME.

The following is the programme 'their Majesties’ tour: To-day.—Open first section of the new Mersey Bridge at Warrington. Visit Town Hall and Messrs. Crosfieid’s soap works. Motor Widm-s, and then to Knowsley Hall. Vanety entertainment in the evening. Tuesday.—Motor to Bt. Helen
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(SPECIAL TO “THE CLOSE.")

(SPECIAL TO “THE CLOSE.")

Txriinit below what desoribed by the Express" a remarkable instance ot a blind child gaining its sight within the space a few seconds under the treatment of a hypnotic specialist Dulwich: If may venture comment, it is a little difficult to understand the case. Before accepting t
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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AECTIC EXPLORATION, STEFANSSON’S “LAST WOED CIVILISATION.” New York, July 6. From Seattle, on fee eve of his departure for fee

AECTIC EXPLORATION, STEFANSSON’S “LAST WOED CIVILISATION.” New York, July 6. From Seattle, on fee eve of his departure for fee

Arctic, fee explorer Stefansson has written what he describes as his “Last word to civilisation.” The explorer defends himself against fee charges made against him by missionaries as to his treatment of the Eskimos, and says has been misrepresented As to the work which lies befo
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE HONOUR OF THE CLINTONS

THE HONOUR OF THE CLINTONS

By Archibald Marshall Author of Exton Manur, &c. Second Edition Tie One of rarities iii fiction. » A brilliant novel told with, the strength, and restraint a master, the interest gnmring you at ouce, and increasing imperceptibly until there absolutuly nothing left but to read ri
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEATEN BY A BADGER.

BEATEN BY A BADGER.

IGNOMINIOUS RETREAT AFTER SIX HOURS. Defeat—uncompromising defeat—was the keynote of recent dig by the Kent and Sussex Badger Club, when we met France Farm, near Chertsey. Surrey, at the invitation of Sir Edward Hutton, draw a monster sand earth amid the pines and bracken of Fox
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COUNSELS’ ADDRESSES.

COUNSELS’ ADDRESSES.

Before the President (Sir Samuel Evans) and a special jury, the great litigation over the £1,180,000 estate of Sir John Murray Scott, Wallace Collection fame, entered its final stages in the Pro-bate Court this morning. This was the eighth day of the hearing, which has been rend
7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICES TO LET KINGSWAY APPLY law land company

OFFICES TO LET KINGSWAY APPLY law land company

7 July 1913 - Globe - London, London, England