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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

All communications intended for publication should be sent to “Tee Editoe,” accompanied by the Writer's Name and Address as a guarantee of good faith. The Editor will not be responsible for rejected MSS., nor return Contributions unaccompanied by a stamped envelope. On all matte
January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SENSATION IN BERLIN.

SENSATION IN BERLIN.

There are 500,000 Germans among the 2,000,000 inhabitants of Chicago, and the news of the great fire has naturally created an enormous sensation in Berlin. The Standard states that lest the public should be alarmed at the possibility of similar disasters in Berlin, Herr Brandt,
January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. BALFOUR’S ENGAGEMENTS.

MR. BALFOUR’S ENGAGEMENTS.

In addition to addressing his constituents at East Manchester on Monday, January 11, the Prime Minister will attend a luncheon the following day at the Conservative Club, Manchester. PENDING ELECTIONS. GATESHEAD A meeting of the Unionist and Conservative party leaders was held p
January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE FATALITY AT ROMSEY

THE FATALITY AT ROMSEY

THE FATALITY ROMSEY inquest was held, at Cambridge, to-day, <yii Arthur Porter, who was crushed death by subsidence of earth in trench made for laying new gas main at Komsey. Dr. Lucas said thorp were marks burning the body, and ft witness stated that deceased was three feet from
January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL

SPECIAL

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January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS. AB C GUIDE to Stock Exchange. Latest Edition (lltb). —Thoroughly Explains in Simple Language all Operations known Stock Exchange.

MISCELLANEOUS. AB C GUIDE to Stock Exchange. Latest Edition (lltb). —Thoroughly Explains in Simple Language all Operations known Stock Exchange.

How with £lO upwards Profits at rate 500 to 1,000 per cent, per annum may be gained. Gratia and Post Free from Pablighers, 12, hank-street, Manchester.
January 1, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RETFORD IN 1903.

RETFORD IN 1903.

Probably the year just ended will remembered in the Retford district as one in which all classes of trade suffered owing to the very unfavourable harvest. The town is to a large extent dependent upon agriculture, and a succession of years in which grain has been selling at unrem
January 1, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LATE SIR E. DAWES.

THE LATE SIR E. DAWES.

The body the late Sir E. Dawes, chairman of the New Zealand Shipping Company, and director of the Suez Canal, was landed at Plymouth early yesterday morning, from the Donne Castle. The deoeased expired at Tenoriffe on the 21st December, from consumption. The remains were met Ply
January 1, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. (BY PRIVATE WIRE.) 180 and 181, Fleet Street, Thursday Night. Japan lias ammunition and military stores sufficient to

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. (BY PRIVATE WIRE.) 180 and 181, Fleet Street, Thursday Night. Japan lias ammunition and military stores sufficient to

enable her engage in a two pears' war, if necessary, without thinking of "eplenishing magazines arsenals- A friend ff mine, who has just arrived from Japan, astonished at the pessimism which seems to prevail in London regarding the ultimate issue >f the contest between Japan and
January 1, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LONDON MURDER.

THE LONDON MURDER.

TRACE OF ASSAILANT. Telegraphing last night the Press Association says the efforts of the police to discover the murderer of Dora Kiernick. the young Polish woman found murdered Wednesday in a lodginghouse in Whrtefield Street, Tottenham Court Road, London, so far, proved unsucc
January 1, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England