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TROOPING SEASON.

TROOPING SEASON.

INFANTRY MOVEMENTS PROM CHINA AND INDIA. The transport Soudan is due at Karachi to-day from Chingwangtao, North China, with the Ist Battalion Prince Albert’s Somerset Light Infantry, who have been relieved by the 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment. The P.A.L.I.s will disemba
21 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RETURN OMNIBUS FARES. COMPANY’S REPLY TO TRAMWAY FARE CUTTING. The London General Omnibus Company, fol. lowing the increased tramway-car traffic

RETURN OMNIBUS FARES. COMPANY’S REPLY TO TRAMWAY FARE CUTTING. The London General Omnibus Company, fol. lowing the increased tramway-car traffic

due to the policy of cheaper fares and return tickets have decided to issue return tickets on the following routes, the new fares to come into operation on Monday next; Parliament-square and Chapel-street. Woolwich (service 53); single 4d., return 5d Blaekfriars-bridge and Chape
21 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEFORE

BEFORE

buying your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS come to WARING & GILLOWS SILVER
21 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE DAIMLER COMPANY, Ltd.. HIRE DEPT., 7P, Maryiebcn® Lane. Lonnon, W. WE hare the LARGEST and MOST UP-TODATE FLEET of

THE DAIMLER COMPANY, Ltd.. HIRE DEPT., 7P, Maryiebcn® Lane. Lonnon, W. WE hare the LARGEST and MOST UP-TODATE FLEET of

CABS in LONDON. Hires and tours arranged for any period and any part of the World. Garage open day and night. special staff attend to night orders. Second-hand and slig‘ used cars for sale from .£125. All cars nar teed. Phone, 5600 Mayfair. rpHE LONDON HOSPITAL.
21 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
No. 86.955.

No. 86.955.

28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SMOCKS THE FASHION.

SMOCKS THE FASHION.

The Lewes Board Guardians to-day decided by the casting vote the chairman to provide aged workhouse inmates with smock frocks, in preference to overcoats for wear on their day’s leave each month. It was stated that smocks were warmer than overcoats, and were preferred many membe
28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BASEMENT SLEEPING BANNED.

BASEMENT SLEEPING BANNED.

Bleeping underground is now offence St. Paneras, the Council having adopted by-laws prohibiting underground basements being as bedrooms. A report of the Council states that eight landlords have just been ordered to. eject tenants who ara lining and sleeping underground. DENTIST
28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GREAT FALL IN CONSUMPTION IN

GREAT FALL IN CONSUMPTION IN

FIFTEEN YEARS. Interesting facts are given in the tables forming tire sixteenth abstract of later statistics the United Kingdom. Cocoa and tea it appears, are increasing in popularity, but coffee is declining. Last year 1,71 b. cocoa per head were consumed, as compared with only
28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DUNLOP CONTINUES TO LEAD AT OLYMPIA.

DUNLOP CONTINUES TO LEAD AT OLYMPIA.

There are fitted to machines exhibited:— More Dunlop cycle tyres than any other make. More Dunlop motor-cycle tyres than any other make. More Dunlop light car tyres than any other make. More Dunlop motor-cycle belts than any other make. First in 1888; foremost ever since.
28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(from OCE COERESFONDENIS.)

(from OCE COERESFONDENIS.)

Tho destroyer Boyne was have left Sheernass to-day for Harwich to join the Ninth Destroyer Flotilla in place of the destroyer Waveney, but her departure has been postponed until December 5. To-day the second watch the depot ship Tyne rejoined at Chatham on returning from re. fit
28 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England