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IRON, COAL, AND STEEL.

IRON, COAL, AND STEEL.

Afm. Freehold CoaL-10.50-2/0 Argentine Don A Steal Pref.-1.13-19/0 20/0 Argentine Iron A Steel Deb.-1.13-95 7 Armstrong, Whitwortb-12.14-41/Q Babcock A Wiloox-3.32-34 4 Beardmore Pref.-12.14-19/0 20/0 8/3 Cargo Pleat lron.-12.14-8/0 8/6 Lambert Bros.-12.52- J1 52 1% Lambert Bros
24 February 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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24 February 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(BY EXCHANGE TELE. CO-’S SPECIAL WIRE).

(BY EXCHANGE TELE. CO-’S SPECIAL WIRE).

12.40 p.m. 1.40 p.m 2.30 p.m. 3.35 j).m # I)’--', a. b'r, c. Kr. c. Fr. <•. Rentes, Aoct... 87 25 87 17 87 15 87 15 Italian 85 95 85 Servian 81 25 81 25 81 25 81 Brazil 4p,c. .... Portugse. 3p.c. Bus. 4p.c. 91 10 91 10 91 10 Ena.sp.Ci 1906 103 67 Spanish Fours 90 30 90 35 90 30
24 February 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHARITIES. THE DOCK SOUP KITCHEN’S SPECIAL APPEAL.

CHARITIES. THE DOCK SOUP KITCHEN’S SPECIAL APPEAL.

FUNDS EARNESTLY SOLICITED to maintain in the above well-known Institution, which has been ratal excellent work tor many years past for onr UNDERFED Children, and is NOW supplying DAILY HOT FREE HEALS (consumed on the premises) to soma of onr poorer children in this dreary, desol
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REPORT AGREED UPON AND TO BE

REPORT AGREED UPON AND TO BE

ISSUED IN MARCH. The report the Royal Commission on the Civil Service, which began its work somewhat under two years ago, is awaited with much interest, and’general satisfaction will be ieJt tiie announcement that the members of the Commission have agreed upon their report, whic
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IN HIS BOTH YEAR.

IN HIS BOTH YEAR.

Sir Edward Ward is a Scotsman. is the eldest son the late Captain John Ward R.N., and was bom Oban December 17, 1§53, so that b© has just completed his 60th year. He entered the Army in 1874, and during the greater part his active military career served with the Army Service Cor
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UTOPIA AND BOHEMIA.

UTOPIA AND BOHEMIA.

There is, however, upon occasion, to be found a student with the genuine old-time spirit who, because he cannot help himself, approximates roughly to the type of man who went before him. But he is rare, and his price is above rubies. The stranger in the T a.fin Quarter will seld
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOW DID YOU DO IT?

HOW DID YOU DO IT?

LOCKYER’S HAIR RESTORER BOY I > \ 70<>r I< * h*air S B wh7ra E l%, ui«at LABOEATOBY, LONDON. £k£ •# # “Cesare Borgia," by W. H. Woodward »nd Hall 12s. 6d. Bet).
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OHUBOH-GOINQ IN CHICAGO

OHUBOH-GOINQ IN CHICAGO

Every adult in Chicago will be asked to attend church on Sunday, February 1. The “Chicago go-to-church" movement was begun by the Christian Endeavour Union, and will be taken up at various ministerial meetings.
6 January 1914 - Globe - London, London, England