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MR. CHOATE’S REPLY TO THE L.C.C MESSAGE.

MR. CHOATE’S REPLY TO THE L.C.C MESSAGE.

Lord Monkswell, Chainnan of the London County Council, has received from the American Ambassador the following telegram in acknowledgement his telegram of sympathy in connection with the fire at the Iroquois Theatre, Chicago: I thank you most sincerely for your kind message of s
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FORECASTS TO-DAY.

FORECASTS TO-DAY.

f S.E. to S.W. winds, strong, a 0. Scotland, N.... gale in places ; some rain or snow, warmer. S.E. to S.W. winds, fresh or 1. Scotland, E.... ) strong a gale ; dull, some 2. England, N.E... ) rain or snow, temperature 3. England. E ’ 4. Midland Cotin- ties 5. England, S. S.E. t
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH YACHTS ABROAD

BRITISH YACHTS ABROAD

But a few yeais ago. says the "Yachtsman.” our sailing squadrons were so strong that they spread themselves far and wide. The Mediterranean was quite season for our cracks to show their qualities in, and later the Baltic has budded and blossomed. The latter—probably owing to the
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOUSING LEGISLATION

HOUSING LEGISLATION

The new Housing the Working Classes Act. which came into operation yesterday, will, says the Local Government Journal,” enaole local authorities to extend their housing schemes, and to provide accommodation for the working classes at reasonable rents, which has hitherto been pra
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UNIONIST CONVENTION AT BELFAST.

UNIONIST CONVENTION AT BELFAST.

Arrangements have been made to hold a Unionist Convention in Belfast on 22nd inst., to protest against the proposed establishment of a Roman Catholic University, and to approve of the Government’s policy on the fiscal question. Lord Londonderry will preside, and all the Ulster U
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“THE PEOPLE” YEAR BOOK FOR 1904

“THE PEOPLE” YEAR BOOK FOR 1904

CONTAINS, BESIDES ABOVE ; thep -—HoipAal rf^nter«t^hich^every Tis?tor to* them bv 'biia or rail. Information of ipecial interest Londoners wiU found m full the latest official return, of tha MetropoUUu Police, Fire Brigade, Ac., Ac. JBI.OOO ACCIDENT INSURANCE FREE. “THE PEOPLE”
January 2, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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January 28, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN PRESS VIEWS.

AMERICAN PRESS VIEWS.

A Central News telegram from New York says The Herald closes a long review the career of the late Mr. Whitaker Wright with the remark: Promoters and stockjobbera en this side of the Atlantic may profit a study tile closing years of this extra■irdmary career,” The ''Times" fears
January 28, 1904 - Globe - London, London, England