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OPERA GALA

OPERA GALA

Berlin, Monday The city Brunswick is crowded with sightseers. The route from the station to the Palace has been thronged from an early hour, the crowd consisting largely ox country people, who have poured in by special trains. There will be banquet at the Palace, gala performanc
3 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MORE CLOUDS ON NEAR , EAST HORIZON. TEOUBLE THREATENED FROM

MORE CLOUDS ON NEAR , EAST HORIZON. TEOUBLE THREATENED FROM

3 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GAMBLING BY CANDLE-LIGHT.

GAMBLING BY CANDLE-LIGHT.

“ Do you think.” asked Mr. Paul Taylor, the Magistrate Marylebone. “ that they win anything substantial?” when two men were brougnt before him charged with gambling at pitch-andt Twenty others, who escaped, were involved in the affair; and a detective, in reply to the question,
3 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
tD IIMXMirC

tD IIMXMirC

7 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A MULTITUDE OF COUNSELLORS,

A MULTITUDE OF COUNSELLORS,

Recipes for success the Bar are so numerous and various that the aspirant to the Woolsack may well feel embarrassed by them. “High spirits,” said Mr. Justice Maule. Connections,” said the famous Tidd; a barrister starting without connections like launching a ship without water.”
18 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN STOCKS.

FOREIGN STOCKS.

Austrian Sold Bi 10.28-35 8 101 bulßarian 60. c. IB'Ji-OO 100) 10.28-99 101 83 1909.-<B2 5) 10.28-81 4 10113 Ckinaae (IU. 1815,-(10 23l 10.39-102 3 101*2 (Jliinesa UolJ 1895.-1102 3 10.39—102 3 9773 Oainßsa (aid. 1195.-(98 *2) 10.39-98 8)7 Oliiuesa 4 p.c. Gld. 1898.-£9 1 10.39-8
18 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOCIAUSTS AND PBEMXEB’S SON.

SOCIAUSTS AND PBEMXEB’S SON.

I understand that the le-ul -rs the British Socialist i>arty have resoh'ed offer desperate resistance to the son of Mr. Asquith, in his can didature for Derby. is perceived that opposition to Mr. Asquith himself would be futile) and would be an unnecessary frittering away ol fin
8 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Hussars.

Hussars.

The ex-Lord Mayor (Sir David Burnett, Aiderman). Band of the Ist Life Guards. City Trumpeters. The City Marshal on Horseback. The Lord Mayor’s Servants in State Liveries. The Lord Mayor (Sir T. Vansittart Bowater, Alderman), in his State Chariot. Detachment 19th (Queen Alexandra
8 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHESS. GAMES, PROBLEMS, AND NOTES. EDITED BT I. GUNSBEB6. PROBLEM No. 132 By A. Ringier. BLACK.—Nine Piece?. WHITE.—Ten Pieces. White

CHESS. GAMES, PROBLEMS, AND NOTES. EDITED BT I. GUNSBEB6. PROBLEM No. 132 By A. Ringier. BLACK.—Nine Piece?. WHITE.—Ten Pieces. White

to and mate in three moTci. SOLUTION OP PROBLEM No. 131. Key-move; 1 B —K5. If Pxßch, KxP, mate. If PxBP, 2 KxP, mate. If P—K7, 2 Kt—Q2, mate. If PxQP, 2 B—K2, mate, &c. Problem No. 132 is taken from collection of problems from A, Kingier, clevei Swiss composer. Correct solution
8 November 1913 - Globe - London, London, England