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REVUE AT THE PALLADIUAI,

REVUE AT THE PALLADIUAI,

Yin Marie Minton and the clever company her scored an instant snmess at the Palladinni last night in " I Should Worry: . Loll‘ery latest revile. Clever dancing by an athletic young lady named Miss Mane eunrtennv aid by clever Tom Pipits a feature of the show. and the two tall an
30 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
I.\JURED FLYERS.

I.\JURED FLYERS.

Mr. Sydney Pickles. the Australian airman, who was bsdly injured on September 20 at Hendon when his biplane clashed into the enclosure among the spectators, continues to make good progress. The condition of Mrs. Stocks, his companion, who has been unconscious since the accident,
30 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
One Penny

One Penny

30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
EARLIER MESSAGES. CONSIDERABLE MYSTERY

EARLIER MESSAGES. CONSIDERABLE MYSTERY

SURROUNbING NEWS OF ILLNESS 3 Considerable. mystery, surrounds the reports concerning King Manuel’s*bride’s illness. Within three weeks of the wedding new s came from Munich that the young bride had been taken ill and was in a private hospital. One account said that her illness
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL GAZETTE? LONDON’S CIVIC PALACE

PALL MALL GAZETTE? LONDON’S CIVIC PALACE

NEW COUNTY HALL RISING INTO BEING.
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 

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tALI, MALL “HALF AN HOUR.*’ SIR J. M. BARRIE’S ONE-ACT PLAY AT THE HIPPODROME. The heroine of Sir J. M.

tALI, MALL “HALF AN HOUR.*’ SIR J. M. BARRIE’S ONE-ACT PLAY AT THE HIPPODROME. The heroine of Sir J. M.

Barrie’s short play, Half an Hour,” presented at the Hippodrome last night, is Lady Lilian Garson, the. aristocratic wife whom Mr. Garson, v a shockingly-rich and revoltinglysavage bounder, has bought from her father for forty thousand pounds. Exasperated at last beyond further
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEM.

THE CHURCH AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEM.

OPENING OF SOUTHAMPTON CONFERENCE
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
ISSUE PRICE £96 PER CENT.

ISSUE PRICE £96 PER CENT.

Messrs. KLEINWORT, SONS and Co., 20, Fonchurch Street, London, E.C., are prepared to receive subscriptions for the above Bonds at the price of £96 per Bond of £lOO, payable as follows; £5 per cent, on Application; £2l ~ on Allotment; £2O ~ on 3rd November, 1913. £5O „ on Ist Dec
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CITY OF EDMONTON ISSUE.

CITY OF EDMONTON ISSUE.

To-day the prospectus is advertised of the City of Edmonton’s offer of £900,700 Five per Cent. Sterling bonds at the price of* 96 per cent. Of the total, £92,700 is redeemable in 1923, £487,520 in 1933, and the remainder in 1953. The bonds are to bearer,” and are issued to provi
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Forging Another Llnll.

Forging Another Llnll.

The union of Prince Arthur of Connaught with the Duchess of Fife is specially interesting, as it forms another link between Scotland, England, and, we may add, Germany, for the Duchess of Connaught is the daughter of the far-famed Red Prmce who distinguished himself so much in t
30 September 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England