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THIS EVENING.

THIS EVENING.

“Sealed Order*".... Drury Lane “the .Beggar Glri’a .Wedding" Lyceum "Diplomacy" Wyudham'a rJ “The Ever-Open Door Aldwych “A Daughter of France” ...Ambassadors “The Wife Tamer” (Intr •* ritltmu) Apollo Varieties Comedy Joseph and Hit Brethren Hit Majesty’* “The Younger Generation
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
“LA CENA DELLE BEFFE.” The Italian company of the Foreign Theatre Society will present La Cena delle Beffe, tragedv in

“LA CENA DELLE BEFFE.” The Italian company of the Foreign Theatre Society will present La Cena delle Beffe, tragedv in

four acts by Sem Benelli, on Thursday evening, October 30, and Fridav afternoon, October 31, at Cosmopolis, High Holborn. Cena delle Beffe deals with the times of Lorenzo il Magnifico and the barbarous practical jokes plaved bv the Florentines on one another in the' spirit of ve
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MME. MARCHESI ON TOUR.

MME. MARCHESI ON TOUR.

Yesterday afternoon the audience of the Torquay Pavilion accorded a hearty welcome to Mme. Blanche Marchesi, and manifestly found delight in listening once more to the perfect production of exceptional voice. She sang first, to orchestral accompaniment, the song Softly Sighs (as
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Lake Poincard.

Lake Poincard.

The Paris Journal announces that the Canadian Government has informed ,Pr i' dent Poincart that his name has been given to a large lake in Quebec province.—Reuter, Fishing Boat Sunk. The Scotch fishing boat Allamanda, of St. Monace, Port of Kirkcaldy, was run down and sunk on th
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MR. CHURCHILL AND MR. McKENNA.

MR. CHURCHILL AND MR. McKENNA.

THE STORY OF LADYBANK Mr. Asquith’s address to his constituents to-morrow at Ladybank is awaited with intense eagerness in every quarter of the United Kingdom. Not only will the speech be the first the Prime Minister has delivered since Parliament rose for the Recess ; but it wi
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
TO*DAY’S FEATURES. Page Mr. AsQalth To-morrow and 2 Grave Crisis in Mexico and 2 Naval Secrets Case Sequel 3 Missing

TO*DAY’S FEATURES. Page Mr. AsQalth To-morrow and 2 Grave Crisis in Mexico and 2 Naval Secrets Case Sequel 3 Missing

Secretary 3 Shackleton Case Sentences Land and Votes ••••••• ;» The Railways and the State The By-Elections f London’s New Home of Music 1 To-day in the Courts JJ The Falling Birthrate Talk of the Town • • •••• * Books of the Day and The Vaudeville Theatre Week-end Walks *
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
land union manifesto.

land union manifesto.

The Land Union issued a manifesto last night in reply to Mr. Lloyd George’s Swindon speeches. In view of the Chancellor’s announcement of the intention to place the monopoly in land more under the control and direction of the State, the mamfesto surveys the ill-success which has
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
£5,000 SAID TO BE INVOLVED

£5,000 SAID TO BE INVOLVED

The Hon. Stephen Coleridge, Director of 1 the National Anti-Vivisection Society, informs the Daily Telegraph that the secre-1 tary, Mr. Lionel Arbuthnot, who has held I the post for nearly four years, and who was the trusted servant of the society, has dis- appeared. A large sum
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL 'MALL' GAZETTE. WEDDING GIFT MINIATURES.

PALL 'MALL' GAZETTE. WEDDING GIFT MINIATURES.

A pretty custom has been introduced at recent weddings in Paris. Miniature reproductions of the presents that are too big to be shown at the reception are placed among the other gifts. Thus at a recent reception, says the Mail correspondent, there was a tiny motor-car, an accura
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PALL MALL* GA WEEK-END WALKS. THE EFFINGHAM AND HORSLEY WOODLANDS.

PALL MALL* GA WEEK-END WALKS. THE EFFINGHAM AND HORSLEY WOODLANDS.

Trains: Waterloo (S.W.Ry.) to Effingham Saturday, 12.39,1.37, and 2.15. Sunday, 9.55, 10.20, 1.25, and 2.0. Horsley to Waterloo, Saturday, 5.13, 5.55, 6.18, 6.53, 7.17. Sunday: 4.42,6.6. By some trains it is necessary to change at Surbiton. Cheap return fare, 2/-. Take single fr
24 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England