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The Oldest NATIONAL CONFERENCE. Evening Paper 367 StrandWC. Established xsos. It is the peculiar glory of British statesmanship that whenever

The Oldest NATIONAL CONFERENCE. Evening Paper 367 StrandWC. Established xsos. It is the peculiar glory of British statesmanship that whenever

party factions threaten permanent injury to the Commonwealth, an effort, disinterested and sincere, if not always successful, is made to avert the disaster common agreement. The discussions on the Home Rule Bill have hitherto failed to produce any indications of that traditional
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CONTPJBUTOES.

NOTICE TO CONTPJBUTOES.

The Editor icill not be responsible for the care cr return of MSS, Where stamps are enclosed and MS. bearsthe name and address of the author, the Editor uriil endeavour to return it, not accepted; no liability responsibility can be taken by the Editor the Proprietors. Copyright
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD SELBORNE.

LORD SELBORNE.

It would appear from a correspondent of the Daily News that the insinuations of Mr. George and otheirs against Lo>rd Wolmer and his relatives are based on the discussion of the motion brought forward in May, 1900, Mr. Swift MacNeiU, K.C., when, to quote the writer, Mr. John Bums
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOLE IN ONE AT GULLANE.

HOLE IN ONE AT GULLANE.

Sir Hugo de Bathe, who is visiting Gullane short holiday, playing with J. Scott, the local professional, over the first course at Gullane to-day, did the thirteenth hole, distance of yards, in one stroke. LLP. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. New York, Thursday, Entries for the United States
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
£4OO TOURNAMENT.

£4OO TOURNAMENT.

TOURNAMENT. The Irish section of the Professional Golfers’ held their holes qualifying ceinpe-tiiitkm foe one place in the £4OO tournament at Newcastle, Co. Down to-day. First round returns —P. O’Hare (Foxrock), 76; M. Moran (Royal Dublin), 77; C. W. Pope (FortwiMaam), 78; H Ha,
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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DALY’S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT, at 8.15, Mr. GKOHOE EDWAUDES’ Now Productioc, SUE MARRIAGE MARKET, Musical Play, 3 acts. MaTINKE, EVERY WEDNESDAY,

DALY’S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT, at 8.15, Mr. GKOHOE EDWAUDES’ Now Productioc, SUE MARRIAGE MARKET, Musical Play, 3 acts. MaTINKE, EVERY WEDNESDAY,

at 2. Box Office (Mr. H. W. Auderson) to 10, Tel. 201 Gar.
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HIS MAJESTY’S THEATBE. Tel. Ger. 1777, Proprietor, Sir Herbert Tree, EVERY EVENING, at 8. JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHBEN. By Lents

HIS MAJESTY’S THEATBE. Tel. Ger. 1777, Proprietor, Sir Herbert Tree, EVERY EVENING, at 8. JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHBEN. By Lents

N. Parker, Jacob - HERBERT TREE, Znloika..,.. MAXINE ELLIOTT. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 2. Box Oflico (Mr. Potter) open daily. 10 to 10.
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
KINGSWAY THEATRE. (Tel. 4052 G#rr.) LILLAH MCCARTHY. GRANVILLE BARKER. Every Night 8.20, Matinee, Weds, and Satan at THE GREAT ADVENTURE.

KINGSWAY THEATRE. (Tel. 4052 G#rr.) LILLAH MCCARTHY. GRANVILLE BARKER. Every Night 8.20, Matinee, Weds, and Satan at THE GREAT ADVENTURE.

A Comedy ARNOLD BENNETT, The Play produced Granville Barker.
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GOODS TRAFFIC HELD CP.

GOODS TRAFFIC HELD CP.

Owing the labour troubles, the Uty Dublin Steam Packet Company a traffic from Liverpool. The London and Western Railway Company s cargo boat ser between Holyhead and North Wall has been ai continued. Traffic for Dublin and interior Insn stations cannot be shipped via either H -3
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1913

THE GLOBE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1913

head in flat bands, the smoothness which contrasts with the lightly puffed locks upon the forehead and over the ears. The insidious return the pouch in the newest blouses may herald an uncouth development of an ugly fashion, may be but a passing ■whim- The pouch some years ago w
11 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England