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BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

i T. REECE v. C. Falkiner, who received 8,000 start, led by 7,288 ' when play was proceeded with at Leicester-square to-day. He was in hand with an unfiuished 99, and carried this to 101. also made 42, 47,44,75, 90, and 73, while Reece replied with 44, 255, 87! lIS and SC. When
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OVERNiGHT SELECTIONS.

OVERNiGHT SELECTIONS.

Our Travelling Correspondent telegraphs the following selections for Doncaster;— St. Stakes.—LOUVOIS. Cleveland Handicap.—PEßClVAL KEENE. Tattersall’s Sale Stakes. —FLYING ORB.
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS.

PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS.

FRICTION OVER XING MANUEL’S WEDDING PRESENT. Lisbon (via the Frontier), Tuesday. In spite of the protest made by tb© British Legation agqinst the action of the Portuguese Government in seizing the -wedding present offered to King Manuel by the Portuguese Royalists, which gift ha
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, NEXT ELECTION. REPORTED DISSOLUTION PLANS EOR 1915. “REASON TO KNOW.” The Government are making all their plans on the assumption that the present Parliament will survive into the year 1915.” So says the Daily Chronicle,” which declares that it “h
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WASPS.

WASPS.

Sir,—l see it stated in your columns that one gentleman has caught more than G.OOO wasps during the summer. Possibly he and other# may bo glad to be reminded that anyone who will catch queen-wasps in the spring can almost clear his neighbourhood of the pests. A few common bottle
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GIBRALTAR and MARSEILLES.

GIBRALTAR and MARSEILLES.

Return Pares— First. Second. GIBRALTAR £l3 10 0 0 0 HARSEILLE3 £l5 0 £lO 19 Per further information apply oelow. 0 Offices LONDON. ORIENT LINE. KK'iV AXD LtIXaEIOTJS 12,000 TON MAIL BTEAUEE3. SPACIOUS COO-NOKS. CABISS LUXii.
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RIDING FATALITY

RIDING FATALITY

A verdict death by was letuirned at Enfield to-day 011 Mr. Charles Eustace Ford, solicutorv of Highgat/e, W-ho was fatally injuired while riding on horseback last Saturday. Air. Ford, who was sixty-two, used w> ride a good deal in this early clays, but had* not been horseback fo
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Faring&Gillow

Faring&Gillow

‘l'kcomlcn (oJCjK 164-180, OXFORD ST., LONDON, W. Factories Lancaster, Liverpool, and Hamacrsmitli. Brakches : Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester, Paris, Brussels, Madrid, and Buenos Aires. King Constantine’s speech praising the German Army is sharply criticised by the French Pres
9 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
‘ THE OLD STORY.”

‘ THE OLD STORY.”

THE OLD STORY.” Heavy defalcations were alleged at Marylebone against. Thomas Parrott, aged 37, a cashier, Linden-avenue, Kensal’ Kise, who was charged with fraudulently embezzling £42 19s. 3d. on October 22, the money of his employers, Searcy, Tansley, and Co., Ltd., caterers, C
12 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NATIONALIST PANIC.

NATIONALIST PANIC.

.Whether Lord Loreburn’s letter advocating conference on the Home Rule question was written with the cognisance of the Prime Minister (as has been suggested) or not, the reception which the proposal has been given indicates that it is hardly likely alleviate the situation. Somet
12 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England