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STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN GOVERNS China •Hv.c.yUt 2% Eijyptn. Unified 97% 8% jimn Foar* .... Do. Poor* lt)«S t4£> 5... ..._ Do. 4ip.c.

FOREIGN GOVERNS China •Hv.c.yUt 2% Eijyptn. Unified 97% 8% jimn Foar* .... Do. Poor* lt)«S t4£> 5... ..._ Do. 4ip.c.

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24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FAMOUS BRIGAND CHIEF SHOT DEAD.

FAMOUS BRIGAND CHIEF SHOT DEAD.

EXPLOIT OF A RUSSIAN OFFICER. DISGUISED AS A CONVICT. Lieutenant Kibiroff, of the Daghestan Horse, who is lying in a hospital at St. Petersburg, suffering from a gunshot wound in the snouxaer, is surrounded by well-armed bodyguard in order to prevent any attempt on his life by t
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S SPECIAL ARTICLES LITERARY PAGE. ART AND ARTISTS. HOTOR NOT2S.

TO-DAY’S SPECIAL ARTICLES LITERARY PAGE. ART AND ARTISTS. HOTOR NOT2S.

24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PORTSMOUTH TRAGEDY From Oar Own Corretpondenl-

THE PORTSMOUTH TRAGEDY From Oar Own Corretpondenl-

PORTSMOUTH, Wednesday. At Portsmouth this morning the Navy paid funeral honours to the two signalmen, Samuel Pook and Alfred 'Stewart, who died at the post of duty during. the disastrous fire last Saturday. It is now believed that Pook lost his life through trying to save the si
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
KNIGHTSBRIDGE BLAZE RESCUE STORIES.

KNIGHTSBRIDGE BLAZE RESCUE STORIES.

OLD LADY WHO WAS SAVED FORCE. TELEPHONE AND FIRE ALARM I ARRANGEMENTS THAT DID NOT SATISFY THE JURY. At the inquest at Westminster to-day ott Alfred Edwards, aged twenty-seven, the waiter who lost his life during the fire which occurred at Hyde Park Chambers on Monday, a verdict
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE COMEDY THEATRE. “ALICE IN WONDERLAND * REVIVED. The dream-play, Alice in Wonderland,** founded by Mr. Savile Clark on the

THE COMEDY THEATRE. “ALICE IN WONDERLAND * REVIVED. The dream-play, Alice in Wonderland,** founded by Mr. Savile Clark on the

book of that name, and also on its scarcely less famous sequel, Alice Through the Looking ; Glass,” was revived yesterday afternoon at the Comedy Theatre, with Mr. Walter Slaughter’s original music and a couple of new numbers by Miss Marjorie Slaughter. | Admirably decorated and
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE DOCTOR’S BOTTLE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF

THE DOCTOR’S BOTTLE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF

MYSTERY. WHAT THE PATIENT WANTS “P.M.G" Special is current a belief that the doctor’s boMfte its about to Jcijow the and the great* auk into extinction. greater mistake could possibly be made. So long as humanity continues demand sign- for its healing, tong iwAU drugs continue t
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Encouraftlnft ** Lea Jeunes.”

Encouraftlnft ** Lea Jeunes.”

It is possible fhatt the influences brought to bear in -favour of such and such an unknown author were too great to be dis•regarded. Yet some works mastern of the craft; did see occasionally the light, and Jt is sufficient in that connection to mention the names of Francois de C
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
AVIATOR CROSSES MOUNT TAURUS.

AVIATOR CROSSES MOUNT TAURUS.

PARIS, Wednesday. The Matin states that M. Vedrines, the well-known French aviator, continued his Paris to Cairo flight yesterday flving from the ancient town Komeh, in Xsia Minor, to Tripoli. The French Consul at Tripoli sent the following telegram to the Matin ”: Vedrines the
24 December 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England