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JULIEN ” TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO mSoxi bsos. Mi 00.. «m

JULIEN ” TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO mSoxi bsos. Mi 00.. «m

JULIEN TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO JULIEN” TOBACCO mSoxi bsos. 00.. «m JUIQS, *O., one otolrt JM<to lon*. Without. OCKfBB’S SUU*HFB HAIB BESTOI THE SOREST. , THE SAFEST. i. M 1». Sd. THE BEST. CHEAPEST. OCKYER'B SULPHUR BESTOREB nroducM » podaottF notnrol colour. The mduA chanju i. c
May 28, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IDAY EVEN

IDAY EVEN

EVEN MAY 2! thefir neglect to accept the challenge of one the respectable members the Council, Dr. ICoManus, who offered to resign his seat and fight for re-election upon this question, alone if one of his opponents would the same. Dr. McManus does them too ranch honour by consen
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SIR B. STONE IN THE STOCKS

SIR B. STONE IN THE STOCKS

Sir Beniamin Stone, M.P., President of the National Record Association, visited the village of Corby yesterday to inquire into the ancient "fools’ fair,” which has been celebrated this week, and occurs only once in 30 years. The old customs 4 pole-carrying, chairing, and placing
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DANISH WEST INDIES.

DANISH WEST INDIES.

Copenhagen, May 22. The Politiken publishes the following paragraph; —Mr. Hay has instructed the United States Minister Copenhagen to propose that Denmark should extend the time for the ratification of the Danish West Indies Treaty year, i.e., until July 24, 1903. Dr. Deuntzer,
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SITUATION IN CHI-Ll.

SITUATION IN CHI-Ll.

The Tientsin correspondent of the Standard" says that the facts belie the official assertion that the rebellion in Chi-li has been quelled. The destruction the bridge on the Railway indicates an outbreak districts hitherto unaffected. Information is continually reaching here as
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
bankruptcy court.

bankruptcy court.

filing a petition to save an estate. To-day, at the Bankruptcy Court, the first meeting of creditors was iieici under the lailur* o; L. L. Buriord, The debtor, an oil, v;negar, and chemical merchant, had carried business under the stylo of Burford Bros Canal-street, Camberwell.
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ject. Pushing down against th« flood. The end of the gale,” by Mr. Someracalos, is &leo worth noting aa the

ject. Pushing down against th« flood. The end of the gale,” by Mr. Someracalos, is &leo worth noting aa the

work of man who knows the sea heart; and there is much merit in Mr A. J. Wame Brown’s The wild west There is one other painting which must be included among the chief features of the show —Mr J- M. Swan’s Leopardess and young descending hill” It especially good illustration the
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S CONCERTS.

YESTERDAY'S CONCERTS.

That Herr Kubelik’s first violin recital, which took place at St. James’s Hall yesterday afternoon, would attract a brilliant audience was a foregone conclusion, for the young violinist is quite one of the most popular players in London. The inclusion of Mozart s violin concerto
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LOUIE PREBAB.

LOUIE PREBAB.

I Sootar. I WEDNESDAY and SAIDBDAT.at 2U5. Bor Office 10 10. CiY. JAMSS’B—MR. GESKOE AXiBXANDKB. TO-KIGHT, and EVBHIHO, «J 0 puactnallj, FAOU) ABB FEANOKBCA, KATOEKE ETERY BIS. la One* W 18. IT. JAMBBI. THKATRK, Dean-street. Leeee, MlwKsteSaßtley. HAXUaDAT. NEXT. Mar 44. Mr*. LE
May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
-STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

-STOP PRESS TELEGRAMS.

May 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England