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ARTFUL DOCK THIEVING

ARTFUL DOCK THIEVING

the Thames Police-court yesterday, Edward Brandon, dock labourer, was charged with stealing two boxes of dates.—On Monday Inspector Kitchener, of the West India Dock Police, stopped the accused he was leaving the South West India Dock, and on searching him found box of dates con
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WHAT THE MIRROR REVEALED

WHAT THE MIRROR REVEALED

At th® Stratford Police-court yesterday Sarah Williams, 16, of 4, Scott-street, Canning Town, was charged with stealing from inside 195, Whit® Post-lane, East Ham, a jacket and vest, valu® 18s. 6d., the property of William Wood, On Monday afternoon the prosecutor was sitting in
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A HISTORIC CEDAR

A HISTORIC CEDAR

The famous cedar at Biel, N. 8., was brought in flower-pot from London by Lord Belhaven in 1707. In due time (says the Garden ") it became an object interest to gardeners and foresters, and we first hear of it in “ Niol’s Planter’s Guide (1812), where its dimensions are given as
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GHOST STORIES. BARRY PAIN’S NEW BOOK,

GHOST STORIES. BARRY PAIN’S NEW BOOK,

November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MESSAGE FROM THE KING

MESSAGE FROM THE KING

The King and the Prince of Wales have telegraphed kindly expressions of sympathy with the officers and men injured by the gun explosion on the battleship Royal Sovereign,” together with inquiries as to how they are progressing. A Central News telegram says that when the explosio
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INDIAN RAILWAYS

INDIAN RAILWAYS

11.0.—Benisl suit North-West.m. 127 31 i B«iie»l Ctntnl •■urutM*, 5%; Beoptl Nkgpnr, 9 Bomb»j, Baroda, aad Centrai ludia, 170 3; Delhi, Omballa, and Kalki. 114 IB; ditto r. Debentnre, 103 8 : Baat India A, 4 ditto B. 2fi Si ditto Imdaemabla Debent are, 137 42 i ditto Deferred An
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1901.

THE GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1901.

ROYAL PRINCESS’S THEATRE. THE SHADOW DANCE.” A four-act adaptation, by Mr. Ben Landeck, of Victor Hugo’s “Notre Dame de Paris,” first produced on the 7th October at the Grand Theatre, Islington, and since played at one or two other outlying theatres, was substituted lest night t
November 13, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL BUSINESS.

NATIONAL BUSINESS.

The Board of Trade returns for October show, like their more recent predecessors, that although British commerce is longer progressive, neither has it a retrogressive character. At first sight, the shortage of per cent, in imports has a disquieting appearance, as seeming to indi
November 8, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE AMERICAN COTTON CROP.

THE AMERICAN COTTON CROP.

Mr. Henry Neill, of New Orleans, our leading American cotton crop estimator, has issued the figures of 11,250,000 bales th« probable growth this season. This means much larger yield than that of a year ago, namely, 10,425,000. In 1898-0 the crop wa» 11,<(20.000 bales, and 1897-8
November 8, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England