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THE BELGIAN STRIKE.

THE BELGIAN STRIKE.

The Belgian Socialist and Labour party has decreed a general strike of all trades, and, with incredible folly, the men seem ready to obey its behests. Strikes extending over not merely the trade immediately concerned, but over those which are suDsidiary or supplemental it, have
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON HIPPODROME.

LONDON HIPPODROME.

The programme now being presented by Mr. H. E. Moss the Hippodrome is a decidedly attractive one, large number of the turns ’’ only lately having been introduced. T evening it was further freshened by the addition of five events quite new to this establishment. Colonel Borderver
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RADICAL

RADICAL

Manchester Guardian There is no denying that the Protectionists have won a substantial victory over Free Trade. . . . We only hope that the shock of the first serious attack on the Free Trade basis of our national solvency may brace up the patriotism of many of those Englishmen
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1902.

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1902.

suspending the sinking fund, which amounted to rather more than 4i millions. New Taxation Imposed, How then was the reduced deficit of 41 millions to be provided for? He looked first to the income lax as the great financial engine in time of war. He proposed increase of Id. in t
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. APBIL 15, 1902,

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. APBIL 15, 1902,

OPINIONS TH* mokning papers. __ THE BUDGET. Althdugh several quarters the increase in the income-tax is condemned, and some doubts arc expressed to whether the benefit to be derived from the additional tax one penny bills at sight will be equal to the irritation caused, the chie
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Pho-Boeb Comments

Pho-Boeb Comments

The Daily News," voicing the opinions of the pro-Boers, says;—Everything else in Sir M. Hicks-Beach’s Budget speech is overshadowed one announcement. The food of the people is to be taxed. . . . It is not question Row far this tax raises the price of the loaf today Its tremendou
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ITISEMENTS rel»tinc to

ITISEMENTS rel»tinc to

For all PREPAID ADTE ; iITUATIONS WAITED or MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, Wnlflpr- of Shan Warrants Bonrcr &ro informed hat they VACANT, PRIVATE CONmi PAYMENT tho DIVIDEND declared the APARTMENTS HOUSES TRACT, GeneS heUl 0.. the ir-t., .ho rata of TWO LET WANTED. LOST or FOLSD, 4c.. SHIL
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WATHERSTON AND SON

WATHERSTON AND SON

(By Special Appointment HIS .MAJESTY the KIXG-KMPKIiOR anil H. 1.11. the GERMAN EMPEROR), I'2, PALL-MALL AST, S. W. (Adjoining) the Natictial Gallery, i,o! ulnn;. FURNITURE R 1 IMOV ED. i ruRE. &c„ w arf.hol'si-.d, WAR EHOUSES, STROXi* ROOMS FO VALI A.ILKS. IUKKRSTKFET SPKf’IALV
April 15, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PREHISTORIC MAN.

PREHISTORIC MAN.

Dr. Veameau,« Paris surgeon, in interview published by the “Eclair* states that the two Human skeletons discovered recently by the Prince of Monaco in a cave near the village of Grimaldi, close to the Italian frontier, are undoubtedly additional links in the chain connecting man
April 23, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER 810 DRIVE. SEVEN COLUMNS ENGAGED.

ANOTHER 810 DRIVE. SEVEN COLUMNS ENGAGED.

Telegraphing from Brugspruit, Keuter’s correspondent states that big drive was concluded Sunday. Seven columns, under the direction of Gen. Brace Hamilton, left the Standerton line between the Vaal and the Nigel Mines on the 18th inst., sweeping the country in the direction towa
April 23, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England