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,LY ACKNOWLEDGED

,LY ACKNOWLEDGED

EXHIBITION HELD at GREAT WHITE CITY.
25 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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j.'ll l. KSI>A V. ti L-N xi- *2 j» 1914.

j.'ll KSI>A V. ti L-N xi- j» 1914. DECLINE IN DINNER DIPLOMACY. IN THE CITY. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.) A CANADIAN LAND COMPANY'S PROPOSALS. PREFERRED HOLDERS’ RIGHTS. City Editor: Cit V Herbert 11. Bassett. 57. Moor gate-street. CITY TAPE PRICES. SHIPYARD in flames. EXCHANGE COMPA
25 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
M. JAQUES THIBAUD

M. JAQUES THIBAUD

Concerts get more numerous than ever as the end of the season draws nigh, hut there is always room for artist like M. baud, whose recital at the Bechstein Hall was attended by a very crowded audience, inougn it was announced at the beginning that M. Thibaud was indisposed, no on
25 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.

THE GLOBE, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.

25 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VETERANS AT CRICKET.

VETERANS AT CRICKET.

At Saltaire Park, near Bradford, yesterday, a twelve-a-side cricket match was played between the veterans of Chellow Dene and Shipley, the average age of the players being seventy-five. The umpires were seventy-nine and seventy-five years old, and one of the players was eightyse
25 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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LAW LAND COMPANY

LAW LAND COMPANY

30, NORFOLK STREET, W.C, A CITY IN FLAMES. 15,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS: ENORMOUS DAMAGE. HISTORIC HOUSES SAFE. New York, Friday Telegrams from Salem, Massachusetts, state that 16,000 people have been rendered homeless as a result of the terrible fire yesterday which threatened to wip
26 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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26 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PARIS BOURSE.

THE PARIS BOURSE.

(BY EXCHANGE TELE. CO.’S SPECIAL WIRE). 12.40 p-m. Fr. o. 75 , 1.45 p.m. hr. . 83 67 72 2AO p.m. Fr. c. 65 96 70 3.35 p.m. 88 75 102 89 81 611 414 88 65 102 80 81 15 611 - 418 9i 5707 - 72 25 42 25 25 50 55 25 83 65 102 83 62 102 1703 -
26 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“DOCKING” HORSES.

“DOCKING” HORSES.

Sir —In promoting “The Bill to Prohibit the Dockm" of Horses in the last and the present Sessions of Parliament, the opposition have had to encounter has proceeded from those who dock horses sheer thoughtlessness, from obedience to the senseless dictates of a mere fashion, and—t
26 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Many of, the tailor suits, of the smartest description, are marked at four and five guineas complete, and there are charming fete and evening gowns; blouses of the daintiest description, artistic rest-gowns, and cloaks, wraps, and coats for day or evening wear, made of beautiful
26 June 1914 - Globe - London, London, England