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No. 36.888 FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. 19X3 ONE PENNY.

No. 36.888 FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. 19X3 ONE PENNY.

definite and practical pibenoimena to convert us to his oha.rita.ble frame mind. The Government must something more than repeat Mr. BirrelTs non possumus. If they ' really do not want to use their strength like a tyrant, it is for them to take the first step towards compromise.
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE BAY OP BISCAY.

THE BAY OP BISCAY.

W. and S.W. breezes, fresh at times ; sea smooth to moderate; dull fair, some rain, mist or fog; cool. CHANNEL AND NORTH SEA PASSAGES. Wind E.N.E., fresh; weather cloudy; sea and passages moderate. Antwerp, fine Hook Holland, jfino Folkestone, cloudy Newhaven, raining Harwich, d
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
3.O.—MODERATE TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE of aora. Fire furlongs. DATA’ GIRL, Santoi—Nonoja, 7&t lllb (Ur wartlea) Mahoney 1 PENN SYMoki, bit (Mi

3.O.—MODERATE TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE of aora. Fire furlongs. DATA’ GIRL, Santoi—Nonoja, 7&t lllb (Ur wartlea) Mahoney 1 PENN SYMoki, bit (Mi

I) Gant) A Whaliej 2 FLICHITY, 7ao 111 b (Mr HultoA) W Smyth ®rmala, Bst (Mr Hardy) H Pike RRc-burn’s Gloss, fcst (Mr J Bell). ......F Herbert Another Treasure, bat (Sirs V Tabor) Robbins lllb (Air Butters) Spear Lady James, Bst 41b (Mr J Ivall) Cook c, Chuckaway. (Mr Stokes Twi
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MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER.

Manchester, Friday, Pleasant weather prevailed at Manchester to-day, and there was excellent attendance, but the clashing with Folkestone had an appreciable intiuence upon the market. Details 2.O.— BUUY* TWO-YEAU OLD SELLING PLATE of Five furlongs. LOCH KATRINE, Sst (Ur I) M Lea
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AGENTS BUSY.

FOREIGN AGENTS BUSY.

* “It is hardly necessary for to dilate on the scarcity horses, so much has been said about it, but to anyone who goes about buying as I do the situation can only be regarded as xeally serious. There are foreign agents in Ireland. Yorkshire, and every' part of the country where
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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BULLFIGHTER’S FORTUNE.

BULLFIGHTER’S FORTUNE.

Bombita, the most famous of Spanish bullfighters, has announced his resolution to retire into private life. He is 34 years old, and has been fighting for 15 years, averaging 63 fights year, and has killed (says the Express ”) 3,000 balls. His last fight will take place in the ri
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
KUSSEI2 WOBOS.

KUSSEI2 WOBOS.

WOBOS. The Paper for Real Investors, for the Planter, for the Manufacturer; Published Every Thursday, ONE FENNY. SPECIAL ARTICLES AND NOTES EXPERTS RUBBER AND EINANCE. Yearly Subscription, at home, Cs. abroad, Bs. fed. KING STREET, COVENT GARDEN, W.C.
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE KING.

THE KING.

NORTHAMPTON’S WELCOME TO HIS MAJESTY. The Mayor Northampton has reecrred a message from Major Clive Wigram, the King’s secretary, definitely fixing the date of His Majesty’s visit to Northampton for Tuesday morning, the 23rd inst. The King will visit the town his way from Althor
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FROM LONDON.

FROM LONDON.

The Marchioness Headfort to Dublin. The Countess Ravensworth Newcastle. Lady Mathews Inverness. Lord Allerton Leeds. Lord Lucas Dublin, Lord Cast!ereagh to Golspie. Lore! Kinnaird to Perth. Lady Churchill Scotland. Lord E. Talbot Spean Bridge. Sir Owen and Lady Philipps to Amrot
5 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England