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PATHETIC DOCK SCENE.

PATHETIC DOCK SCENE.

The Allan Line steamer Corsican reached the Tail of the Bank at Greenock soon after midnight, and proceeded to Plantation Quay, Glasgow. There are G 2 first-class passengers and 74 members o£ the crew of the Empress of Ireland on board. About fifty pressmen were taken the Corsic
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RUBBER SHARES, Allagar.-{l/4% 1/7%) 12.26-1/4*2 15/0 Auglo-Dutch.-il4;’9 15/5/ 12.25-14/9 15/3 Anglo-Maluy.-(8/6 9.0; 11.10-6/6 9/0 12.16-8/6 9/0 12.58-8/4*2 8/10% 2*16 Bata

RUBBER SHARES, Allagar.-{l/4% 1/7%) 12.26-1/4*2 15/0 Auglo-Dutch.-il4;’9 15/5/ 12.25-14/9 15/3 Anglo-Maluy.-(8/6 9.0; 11.10-6/6 9/0 12.16-8/6 9/0 12.58-8/4*2 8/10% 2*16 Bata

Tiga.-(1*%62*16! 12.20-1**162*16 12/0 Brit. N. Borneo Tmst.-(n/9 12/9) 12.23-11/6 12/6 1/9 Bukit Mertajam.-;i/7% 1/IC%) 12.26-1/7% 1/10*2 Bukit Rajah.- A*, 5*4 12.20-4 4 3*4 1/5 Bokit Sembawang.-;i/l% 1/4% ) 12.26-1/1% 1/4% 2/3 Cheraoaes9.-(2/l% 2/4% i 12.26-2/1% 2,'4% 18/1% Con
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INDIAN RAILWAY RESULTS.

INDIAN RAILWAY RESULTS.

compared with the corresponding period the gross earnings of the Bengul-Nagpur Railway Company improved R 5.4.46,630, but working expenses rose by R 5.10.30,313 the net earnings declined R 5.0.33,083, or per cent., Rs 97 82 382. The decrease in earnings is explained by the fact
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S STORY

TO-DAY’S STORY

Where’s the President of this railroad!” asked the man who called at the general ofißces. . , He’s down in Washington, attendin’ In session o’ sbrae kind uv an investigatin' committee,” replied the office boy. Where the General Manager?'’ He’s appearin’ before th’ Interstate Com
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HARE AND HOUNDS BALLOON RACE

HARE AND HOUNDS BALLOON RACE

The hare and hounds balloon race for the cup presented by Mr. John DunviOe starts from the Hurlingham Club at 3.30 p.m. to-morrow. The order of start as follows: HARE. John Dunville—" Banshee,” 80,000 c.f. HOUNDS. 1. Lieut. T. G. Hetherington, R.F.C.— Dunlop,” 50,000 c.f. 2. Lie
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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Now it is not possible to hold this kind of religion, as it the Christian or the Mahommedan, without being

Now it is not possible to hold this kind of religion, as it the Christian or the Mahommedan, without being

a mystic. The mystic is a man who asserts a greater unity in the universe than is recognised in ordinary experience or in science, and believes that is possible to be in a conscious relation with its spiritual reality. Mr. Shaw often writes if he were a man who simply believed i
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON BETTING.

LONDON BETTING.

ROYAL HUNT CUP. 10 to 1 agst Aldegond, after 100 to 6 Sun & o 100 to t to I Santair—t to Braxted—t & w | to I Blue Btome—t OFFICIAL CLUB RETURNS. EOTAL HUNT CUP. Yicteria Club, Tuesday. lot to * w, I ag»t Safitair.—t & 10 to o I to 1 Prne— to 1 Braxted t Aw I 3 to 1 Blue Stonr—
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OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

ASCOT iEKTISG.— Hunt Cnp—Georgette (at 3.40 p.m. yesterday), Casetta a.n. day). Ascot Gold Cup, tlate—Carandor. Prince of Wales States—Ballycraggy, Heather Hood, William Sana. Corentrr States—Kohert the Palmer. Ascot Derby— Bailjcraggr. Biennial, Granville Stakes, All Aged State
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BERKS SELLING HANDICAP.

BERKS SELLING HANDICAP.

There will be huge field for this race, and the market will aoubt be instructive, it usually is in events of this kind Isewbury. Tate’s Map will go close. He was against a good class plater when second to Playman Salisbury, and Simon Melton, who was behind him, has won since. Pr
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP.

SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP.

Play in the Scottish Ladies’ Championship meeting was continued on the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers’ course Mnirlield to-day, when the championship proper was commenced. An entry of 60 had been received for the event, including the holder. Miss Jean McCulloch (West Ki
9 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England