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British Youth.

British Youth.

The down is on upper lip, My hair is on my head, And yet I not dance and skip, I crawl about instead. And, like a chicken with the pip, I wish that I were dead. I do not write delicious lines To half-a-dozen girls, Informing each how neatly twines The sunlight her curia, Or how
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. JULY 29; 1962. CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. JULY 29; 1962. CANADIAN RAILWAYS.

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. JULY 1962. CANADIAN RAILWAYS. ® vims ],oTsXn*.\tX Pwl.-IIOTSr iOJS-10H4 % 1£m07% % 1.32 Pr*f.-(921« % 12.<2-92* % 1.22 w IMMMi ft 12.42-4M4 * COLONIAL AND FOREIGN RAILWAYS Argentine, CntU-1114 16) 10,41-114 16 B.Ayws«Pac.Ord.-<49 5U 1041-48 a . 91 %B. Arm Pius
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO-MOEROW.

TO-MOEROW.

Lord Georg* Hamilton di»tribntee the prizes of the Roj»l MMtond Agricultural New Zealand." Browning Hall, WaJworth. 7.50. , The Queen's Tea; PopUr Contingent, Zoolneical. f.ardens. Society ol Art Hasten: Annual meeting, Victoria and Aloera : Appoeltion Day. Speeches, 2; Headmast
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRETAN PROGRESS.

CRETAN PROGRESS.

The Cretan Government has just ooscludeft with a representative Signor Marconi agreement for the installation of his system of wireleea telegraphy the island. The Aaty,” Athens, states that in the next Session the diet of tba island, credits will be asked for the complete equipm
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
If ATINEB EVKEY WKPKESDAY, at «.

If ATINEB EVKEY WKPKESDAY, at «.

EVKEY WKPKESDAY, «. LYRIC THEATRE.—Lessee, Mr. Wm. Greet. Under the ManJuremeDt Mr. Tom B. I>STii. I TO-NIGHT, 8.80, WBP. I nnd SAT., 2.30, Mr. Fortes Koberteon, Him HOtTB. I , XT’S KTBKIHO, B.lb, , the n«ir ldu«io»l PI»T. entitled A COuNTHT BIRL- »nd CHAHLEB FEOHMAM’B Jm » «•* e
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WIG AND GOWN.

WIG AND GOWN.

Lord Alverstone and •Mr. Justice Bigham are not the only judges who have spent their Long Vacation (he performance of extrajudicial duties in South Africa. Two years ago Lord Justice Homer spent his well-earned holiday in travelling about South Africa as Chairman of the inquiry
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
and LONDON, TILBURY, AND i-Tl. SOUTHEND KA.ILWATB. BANK HOLIDAY AT SOUTHENB-ON-SEA. On MONDAY, August 4th, and DAILY nntil tnrther notice

and LONDON, TILBURY, AND i-Tl. SOUTHEND KA.ILWATB. BANK HOLIDAY AT SOUTHENB-ON-SEA. On MONDAY, August 4th, and DAILY nntil tnrther notice

(except Aunat 2nd and 9th), CHEAP DAT TICKETS to SOUTHEND and WE3TOLIFF-ON-SBA, will iMued from ST. PANOKAS, Kentish Town, Sooth Tottenham, Walthamstow, Leyton, Leytonatone, and intermediate etatioiis to Woutlgrange Park mclusire, by THKOUOH FAST TRAINS Return Fare of 2s. «d. th
July 29, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(t) Offices London. W.C

(t) Offices London. W.C

July 31, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHAFTESBURY THEATRE.

SHAFTESBURY THEATRE.

TO-NIGHT, 0. THERE AND BACK. Messrs. Arthur Williams, Arthur Playfair, Lyle, Littledal© Power, Robert Lorame, Grant Stewart, E. W. Tarver; Misses Henrietta Watson, Helen Macbeth, Beatrice Ferrar, Rachael, E. Hollings- Sinclair. At 8.30, MISS BHAMSHOTT'S ENGAGEMENT.
July 31, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FEELING AGAINST THE

FEELING AGAINST THE

MISSIONARIES. Reuter’s Peking correspondent telegraphs that the American missionary, Dr. Cannght, has telegraphed Mr. Conger, American Minister at Peking, from the capital of Szechuan, that the repeated demands of the missionaries for protection from the Chinese aulhorities have
July 31, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England