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made at the monasteby. FAMOUS ALL THE WOULD OVBB.

made the monasteby. FAMOUS ALL THE WOULD OVBB. be obUmed from all Dealers in Wales and Spii thr*«j»oat Uie Uaited Kingdom.
January 21, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,

THE GLOBE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,

Drury lane eatre royal, Director. AR' I’HUU COLLINS. THK OHILDKEN’S PANTOMIME. HUMPTY DUMPTY. TWICE DAILY, , at 1.30 ai id 7.30. u ®.* Randall, Hei bert Campbell, Georgre Bastow, Couqueat; Louise Willi*, Ruth Lytton, Ethej Negretti, The Gngolat:*, &c. Box Office open all day. r\
January 21, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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14 23 23 33 67 73 79 105 116 122

14 23 23 67 73 105 116 122 Second Innings. 12 3 4 8 9 10 14 59 77 86 90 90 102 105 111 —Central News Copyright Service. FOSTER’S CONDITION. Melbourne, January 6. Foster is reported to be better this morning —Central News. EXPLOSION CORNWALL. FOUR MEN KILLED: MANY INJURED. A sever
January 5, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BISHOP’S VARALETTES

BISHOP’S VARALETTES

SUCCESSFUL,
January 5, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DALY’S THEATRE.

DALY’S THEATRE.

NUiHT, at 8, A COUHTRY GIRL. Messrs. C. Hayden . Rutland Harrington, I/red Kaye, Maj, Willie Conway Dixon, S'iaraper, and Huntley Wright; iiea Ethel Irving. Olive Morrell, Topsy Sinden, Weatherley, . Hirst, Le Hay, Drang ho, Erskine, Sevening, Webster, and
January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NORWICH ELECTION

NORWICH ELECTION

The dithyrambic organs of Cobdenism and Nonconformist priestcraft, rejoicing in the first flush of unity among all the various items, are naturally much elated at the result, of the Norwich election. The “Telegraph” declares that the present junior member for Norwich owes his el
January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HANDS WASHED OVERBOARD

HANDS WASHED OVERBOARD

The Greenock four-masted ship Router.burn, Oapt. Dalrymple, from Newcastle-on-Tyne for San Francisco, arrived at Queenstown Saturday evening in damaged state, and reported that two apprentices, named Woodroffe and Richardson, were washed overboard and drowned, while several the
January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JAPANESE OFFICERS

JAPANESE OFFICERS

All those who have been closely associated with Japanese officers have conceived a very high opinion their qualities and efficiency. That, at any rate, is the impression which I have received (writes John Leyland in the King and his Navy and Army”). Theoo officers are trained in
January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
'^THITEHALL- COURT,

'^THITEHALL- COURT,

January 18, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England