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MEETING A PROTEST BY FRANCE

MEETING A PROTEST BY FRANCE

MEETING PROTEST BY FRANCE AND GERMANY. Washington, Thursday. It is generally expected here that, as a re* suit of the protests lodged by France and Germany, the clause in the new Tariff Act allowing a customs discount of 5 per cent, on goods imported in American bottoms will be r
9 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIRST ROUND PLAY.

FIRST ROUND PLAY.

Walton Heath, Thursday. In aocord'ance with expectations play between the famous golf professionals, James Braid and George Duncan, in the final of the £4OO touma. ment Walton Heath to-day was of a very keen character. At the turn in the first round the match was all square. The
9 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DAUGHTERS.

DAUGHTERS.

MOERieoif-BzLL.—Ob the 6th inst., 7, Great Cumberland* placa, the wife of Major Morris on* Bell, M.P. Raskix. —On the Gth inst., Tweeddale-terrace Nursing Home, Tnnbridpe Wells, the wife of Lieut. Norman H* Rankin, H.M.S* Prince of Wales.
9 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
"A PEEVISH OLD MAN." Mn. Pedsick Lawrence's Frank °Fiske of Sir Aluiroth Wright.

"A PEEVISH OLD MAN." Mn. Pedsick Lawrence's Frank °Fiske of Sir Aluiroth Wright.

"A PEEVISH OLD MAN." Mn. Pedsick Lawrence's Frank of Sir Aluiroth Wright. Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, in this week's Votes Joe Women, deals with Sir Abareth Wrighes much-discussed book on the Suffrage question in a spirit no less frank than that of the famous physician. " Where we loo
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
MISS LECTON SMILES.

MISS LECTON SMILES.

The story of the fire by the witnesses who gave evidence when Miss Lenton was originally charged in company with Miss Wherry. Police-constable Hill, who overtook the prisoner in the cricket field adjoining Kew Gardens, repeated the nmark she made then: " I will go with only don'
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
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9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN PREFERENCE.

AMERICAN PREFERENCE.

, avourites. Probabk Repeal of 'Five Per Cent' in Tariff Act. WAPRINGTOX. Thursday. It is generally expected bere that, as a I result of the proteete lotiged br France and Germany. the clause in tbe new Tariff Act ;Mowing a Curtoms dieconnt of 5 per cent. on goods imported in Am
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
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DAILY to October 25th,
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
A DRASTIC CURE.

A DRASTIC CURE.

Exasnerated by the trc-ttment of Lusbird. Annie E. 11.:414Ion. when be hr' drunk. t:ed to the bedstead and thl. , w of .as over ban. jury found he: to-day at Old but said tlirre itcd b,sen great o'-at cn. Cr,unsel soil no serious tY to wan selned t^ have res.ulted. Sentence post
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL ITEMS.

FOOTBALL ITEMS.

The Loudon WeNth Rugby F.C. hare the se•Adance of Clem Lewis. the Welch intrrnutional half-lock. on Saturday in their match against the Landon ire& at ' Heethaeld Wandsworth. I The Northumberland County Ground. • Ciesforth, has been fixed as the of the England v. North match. Th
9 October 1913 - Evening News (London) - London, London, England