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29 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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■tion, if not to both. From the commercial standpoint alone, improvement is urgently necessary. As regards furniture and textile fabrics, give only two examples, the public taste demands an article that can only be produced if good designers are available.
8 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MOTOR ’BUS IN COLLISION

MOTOR ’BUS IN COLLISION

MOTOR ’BUS COLLISION Shortly before noon a No. 73 omnibus and a cart came into collision on Westminster Bridge. There were only a few passengers on the ’bus ■and these escaped injury, but the windows were smashed to pieces. The horse in the cart was cut the broken glass.
8 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALDWYCH, Strand, W.C. TO-DAY, 2.39, EVERY EVENING, at 8. MATINEE, VrEDS. and SAXS., 2.30, Sensational Urania Lite, EVER OPEN DOOR,

ALDWYCH, Strand, W.C. TO-DAY, 2.39, EVERY EVENING, at 8. MATINEE, VrEDS. and SAXS., 2.30, Sensational Urania Lite, EVER OPEN DOOR,

George K. Sims and 11. H. Herbert, POPULAR PRICES. Is. to ss. Box Office 19 to 10. 'Phone Gerrsrd 2315. AMBASSADORS, West-street (opp.PalaceThcatre). At 9, LYDIA YAVORSKA LOVE YOU! Preceded, at 8.15, COMPROMISED.“ Mat., Sat., 2.30. Henry Lowenleld. Sole Proprietor, 'iom B. liavu
8 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH QUESTION.

THE IRISH QUESTION.

Sir, —One of the greatest difficulties of the Unionist party just now is the weakness and •wobbling, if not downright treachery, of some their professed Press representatives. Anyway, there is no denying the sheer stupidity of advocating a conference, because such a proposal pre
8 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A THE MAN WHO PAID \ Second thoroughly \ Impression strong, well-knit \ ' w and engrossing tale. \ Order

A THE MAN WHO PAID \ Second thoroughly \ Impression strong, well-knit \ ' w and engrossing tale. \ Order

it to-day. By Reginald Bolster and Major A, O’Brien. , A powerful human story which Is certain to make its way success.”— Daily Telegraph. THE MAN WHO PAID z LONDON ; ALSTON RIVERS. LTD. \ MR. WHYBREWS PRINCESS By Howard C. Bowe. Just Published. 6s. book with brains and heart in
8 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A veteran healer.

A veteran healer.

veteran healer. Dr. William Watts Thetford, whose death is reported, had the reputation of being the oldest medical practitioner in Ulster. He was in his 91st year, and had lived for over half a century at Strangford, county Down. He was surgeon to the Coastguard and medical offi
24 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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1 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
204th YEAR OF THE OFFICE. SUM office THE OLDEST INSORAECE OFFICE THE WORLD. POUNDED 1710. Head Office: 63, THRBADNKBDLK-3TBEET, LONDON,

204th YEAR OF THE OFFICE. SUM office THE OLDEST INSORAECE OFFICE THE WORLD. POUNDED 1710. Head Office: 63, THRBADNKBDLK-3TBEET, LONDON,

E.O. INSURANCES effected on tho following risks: FIRE DAMAGE. Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits. Employers’ Liability and Sickness and Disease. Workmen’s Compensation. Fidelity Guarantee. Accidents to Domestic Servants. Burglary. Personal Accident. Plate Glass.
1 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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1 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England