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AMERICAN SECURITIES.

AMERICAN SECURITIES.

20Ti Af«M*o*i, Topeka A. 8.,P«.-(22%J!5r> 10.40-22% 11.7- 2 12.25-21% 40% inti Hort. a.-(43 %) 10.40-42% 3% 11.7“42% 3 11.31-42% 12.7-41% 2% 20% Cent. I’ftc. »b.-i 21 %) 10.40-21% 2 11.5 C-21 % Obi. Mil. «h.-(o9'> •%! 10.40-63% 9% 11.1-68% 11.7- 68% V 11.25-68% IUI-68%% 11.50-68
October 31, 1893 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INDIAN RAILWAYS.

INDIAN RAILWAYS.

and North-Wertarn, 123 81 B«*ml Contml Guaranteed, 5; 113 15: Bombay, Borodai and Central India, IST 91 i Bantam Bengal A, 24 5; ditto 6, 27 8{ ditto ran teed Four per - Cant. Debenture, 136 9; Bast Indian d, 7; ditto B, 28 9 ditto Irredeemable Debenture, 138 42 1 ditto Def. Ann
October 31, 1893 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO LET.

TO LET.

■CIURNISHED BEDROOM to LET (Gentleman), JD nearly opposite Tarn%,Newington-causeway; terms moderate; quiet family.—Apply,by letter, Mr. Jeffrey, New Bridge-st.,E.O. TO LET, comforteibie FURNISHED APARTMENTS Farmhouse; healthy situation, near Downs; about two hours from London, o
May 1, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

TJRUSSELS.—BOARD-RESIDENCE, and advan- of lon ruing French; splendid and large Itonw; best situation; 30s. weekly.—M. Drapior, 87, Avenue Tolsond’Or. nrtrELL FUKNiSHED ROOMS in WELBECKTV STREET, Cavendish-sqnnre; large and lofty;oufirst floor; private house; suitable tor bachelo
May 1, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Niagara hall. REAL ICE SKATING. SPECIAL NOTICE. REDUCTION PRICES ADMISSION I« BOMB UnlAi* 9.30 a.sn. to 1.0 p.m., 2i. 3.0t00,30p.m„3i.

Niagara hall. REAL ICE SKATING. SPECIAL NOTICE. REDUCTION PRICES ADMISSION I« BOMB UnlAi* 9.30 a.sn. to 1.0 p.m., 2i. 3.0t00,30p.m„3i.

7,30 to 11.30 , Kr. GEORGE A. AIEAGHBR, Wnrld'i Ctamjlon Fipare Skater, will sire Exhibitions Woniltrlil son Dail/, & anil 9.30 p.m. ST. JAMES'S PARK STATION. R E T inclm.iDg . .i, Now, Pictnn, MOORLAND AND MIST, IS NOW OPEN THE GALLERIES, i AUmisilon. One SMUlng, Incluaing Cata
May 1, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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PEN AND PENCIL.

PEN AND PENCIL.

A sign of tho times is the increasing intimacy of pen and pencil; they are now seen arm-in-arm more frequently than ever. Illustrated weeklies and monthlies grow doily, more numerous pictures are “sine qua non” for many classes of books, and are creeping into the columns of stai
July 18, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-MORROW.

TO-MORROW.

Court Industrial Fxljibition,—Bands of H.M. 2nd Life guards and the Rojal Marines. Brilliant Iliuminatloua. Open a.m. to 11 o.m. PrincMa dUtributes certlflcntes of St, John's Association, Wert Hampstead Town Halt. 8. Dental Hospital conversazione the Royal Institute Galleries, «
July 18, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

weather forecast issued at the Meteorological Office for the 24 hours ending at noon to-morrow, says, JOr the South of England (including London and the Channel) may expected westerly to north-westerly ind»; fresh ; changeable; showery; cooler. We have to-day received the follow
July 18, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1895.

THE GLOBE. FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1895.

March 22, 1895 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ATTEMPT TO STAB A LADY PALACE-YARD. PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATE. Yesterday at Weatrainstep Police-court the prisoner, a respectablv-attired middle-aged

THE ATTEMPT TO STAB A LADY PALACE-YARD. PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATE. Yesterday at Weatrainstep Police-court the prisoner, a respectablv-attired middle-aged

man, who in the first instance refused his name, hut subsequently gave it Samuel Strange, and described himself as Army pensioner, lately on auxiliary postman, at Brighton, was charged before Mr. Hopkins with attempting stab Mrs. Sandys. The accused cned when placed in the dock,
July 18, 1894 - Globe - London, London, England