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CHINESE STORIES.

CHINESE STORIES.

To the barbarous European mind there is a certain indefiniteneas about Chinese legendary lore. It frequently appears less to fulfil a want than to create one. The Chinese fable, in many instances, may be said to begin in the middle and have end. There is nothing of the conventio
January 10, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POLLUTION OF STREAMS.

POLLUTION OF STREAMS.

Sir, In your Note of the Day on Janary 6on the above subject you rightly say, The duty of local authorities is to enforce laws made Parliament for the conservation of public health.” I live in a district through which runs a stream debouching into a tributary of the Thames. Our
January 10, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SIR HENRY E. ROSCOE, F.R.8., D.C.L.

SIR HENRY E. ROSCOE, F.R.8., D.C.L.

DR. t. PETTENKOFEE. J. v. L I EBI Q. AVOID INFERIOR NOTE THIS SIGNATURE IN BLUE EVERY JAB. V DB. CARL ▼. VOIT. INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHT, ‘• WELSBACH” SYSTEM. acknowledged to be THE MOST PERFECT ARTIFICIAL GAS LIGHT. GrIYES TREBLE THE LIGHT OF ANY OTHER OAS BURNER, SAVES HALF THE G
January 10, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON BRIGHTON AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY. PARIS.— SHORTEST and CHEAPEST ROUTE, Via NEWHATEN, DIEPPE, aud ROUEN. TWOSPECIAL EXPRESS SERVICES (Weclc-daTsand

LONDON BRIGHTON AND SOUTH COAST RAILWAY. PARIS.— SHORTEST and CHEAPEST ROUTE, Via NEWHATEN, DIEPPE, aud ROUEN. TWOSPECIAL EXPRESS SERVICES (Weclc-daTsand

Sundeye). London Paris (I &2) (1,2,3). Paris to London (1&2) (1. 2,3).
January 10, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE.

WIDOW LADY, good position, would to receive One or Two PATINO appointed Honsc.-“E. r.." . Salmon s Librar/, Hig» Sydenham, S.E. Amateur mechanics.-lessons DAILY; Ladies Gents. Garpcntr.v C now open ; prospectus post tree.—»rcr. Wusor.-sl- no- rtna SxWl. iusra.intoe et. Martm-m-t
January 10, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MB. GLADSTONE.

MB. GLADSTONE.

Mr. Gladstone was reported in last night’s bulletin to have had rather restless night, and not feeling well yesterday he remained bed, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, who was present meeting the National Liberal Club, yesterday, spoke rather wore reassuringly of the condition of his fath
April 6, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THIS DAY’S RACING.

THIS DAY’S RACING.

NOTTINGHAM SPRING MEETING. Nottihoham. Wednwday. A delightfnlly fine morning was hr iomowhat dm! afternoon, but the atmosphere remained mild, and there waa another good attendance Oolwiok. Inclusive of a hnrdle race, the programme to .day wa* extended to wren items, mid aLgntljr
April 6, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ROYALTY THEATRE.

ROYALTY THEATRE.

TU-KIGHT, 9, OH! SUSANNAH! Messrs. Charles A. Haltby, O. Waller, H. Farmer: Clara Itcks, A. Mansfield, M. Clavton, M. Bishop, G. Vicat, K. Osborne, Louie Freear. Precc'ded, 8. TUB CAT AND THIS Messrs, Blinn.Tolpe, Cross, Ac. GLOBE. Mr. John Hare. EVENING, 8.20 (SOtb TIME SATURDA
February 23, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE OLDEST EVENING PAPER

THE OLDEST EVENING PAPER

AND TKAVELLK3. GEEAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. Her Majesty's Government, according to the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, “have received confirmation of the latest reports relating to Russian aggressiveness in the Far East. The ivellinfonned public will place its own construction
March 8, 1898 - Globe - London, London, England