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HIS MAJBSTT'S THEATRE.

HIS MAJBSTT'S THEATRE.

TO DAY, 3, and TO-NIGHT, 8.15, THE ETERNAL CUT. Mr. TREE, Mr. Robert Taber, Mr. Brandon Thomas, Er. 8. A. Cookson, Mr. William Devorear, Mr. Fred W. Sidney, Hr. she ton Tonge, Mr. Francis Chamier, Mr. Cecil Rose, Ir, Allen Thomas, Mr. Norman Tharp, Mr. Ernest Leigh, Jtr. Erie Le
December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GRAND CHAMPAGNE. 1892 VINTAGE. PIPER-HEIDSfECK

GRAND CHAMPAGNE. 1892 VINTAGE. PIPER-HEIDSfECK

ANCIKSNE UAIBOK HEIDSIEOK FOSDEB 1785. CO., SVOCIKS3EVBS. REIMS. *> OIT4QiS» m KESTAUEAHTB, HOTKA WJWi &*., 4e.
December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ENDORSED

ENDORSED

Rosenthal Dohnauyl Bauer Slivinski Xroisler Emma Calve Fancy dress balls, covent garden. Admission, il la.; Private lioxes. Grand Tier, AlO 10,.; First .ad Second Tiers, A« 6s. and 4 5». Scat, to Ampbitbtatro Stalls (liesened), 5».; HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE. MR. TREE. TO-DAT, 2, an
December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SMALLPOX.

THE SMALLPOX.

This morning a case smallpox from Islington was notified to the Metropolitan Asyluma Board and removed to the South Wharf Shelter*. Yf rterday a patient from Hackney was also admitted. At midnight there were cases fomaining under treatment. THIS DAY’S .RACING. GATWICK DECEMBEE M
December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE EIGHTH

THE EIGHTH

December 3, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION IN THE LORDS.

EDUCATION IN THE LORDS.

The -debate the Upper House the Second Reading o! the Education Bill, which will b© brought to a, close towards midnight this ©vening, can, as everyone knows, have but one result." The speeches yesterday, however, were full of interest, notwithstanding. The Duke of Devonshire to
December 5, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Fancy dress balls, covent garden. SPECIAL PRIZES. PO-Gninea Upright Grand Piano by Atoherberg. Handsome Boudoir Suite of Furniture. Lady’s Dressing

Fancy dress balls, covent garden. SPECIAL PRIZES. PO-Gninea Upright Grand Piano by Atoherberg. Handsome Boudoir Suite of Furniture. Lady’s Dressing

Case, with Silver and Ivory Fittings. Handsome Mahogany Escritoire. Afternoon Tea Set in Case. Lady’s Silver Toilet Set in Case. . . And Sixteen other Valuable Prizes. On new Meters. and Webb «, Oxiord-street. PRIZES will AWARDED for Most effective Black and White Costume. Most
December 5, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LOYALISTS’ FUND. It is to be hoped that the speech of the Under Secretary for the Colonies, which we referred

LOYALISTS’ FUND. It is to be hoped that the speech of the Under Secretary for the Colonies, which we referred

yesterday, will have the efiect of stimulating the efforts those who are working to supplement in direct and speedy manner any assistance which may be forthcoming from official sources. As the Telegraph remarks in a leader to-day, commenting on the statement Lord Onslow, ■' this
December 5, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FORECASTS TO-DAY.

FORECASTS TO-DAY.

_ and S.E. winds, increasing 0. Scotland, «....) ondy 80me 1. Scotland, £ showers. 2. Bk«lakd.N.E... ] Same No 5. Ek«lakd. 4. Midland CouN-i TIKI E. and N.E. winds, strong on o. land, S. coast; changeable, some (London and snow showers; very cold. Channel) J 6. Scotland, W.... S
December 5, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England