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TWIN BROTHERS DROWNED

TWIN BROTHERS DROWNED

Two well-known hat manufacturers, Frederick and Charles Robinson, twin brothers, aged 54, were drowned at Bredbury, near Stockport, last night. Frederick, suflering from nervous breakdown, jumped into a deep pit filled with water. Charles jumped in to save nim, and both were dro
July 9, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEDITION AND THE PRESS.

SEDITION AND THE PRESS.

It is most satisfactory to hear that, owing to the measures which were taken to suppress sedition last year in India, mischievous writing that kind has practically ceased in the native Press. The display of firmness was sufficient; and, as have contended all along, it only neede
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SHAH’S PERIL,

THE SHAH’S PERIL,

July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PAEIS NOTES. THE RUSSIAN SECRET POLICE. THEIR ACTIVITY IN PRANCE. (FKOU OUS OWN COXSXBFONDINT.I Paris, Monday. The recent unsavoury revelations

PAEIS NOTES. THE RUSSIAN SECRET POLICE. THEIR ACTIVITY IN PRANCE. (FKOU OUS OWN COXSXBFONDINT.I Paris, Monday. The recent unsavoury revelations

regarding Harting, alias Landesen, former Chief of the Russian secret police in Paris, have caused considerable indignation among Frenchmen. If Germany had been guilty of such incorrection, it would have been quite bad enough. But that Russia, the friend and ally of France, shou
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL NOTES. (from OCR correspondent.) Whatever conclusions have been arrived at by the Naval Inquiry Committee, it useless to

THE NAVAL NOTES. (from OCR correspondent.) Whatever conclusions have been arrived at by the Naval Inquiry Committee, it useless to

disguise the fact that the majority of service people feel hopeless regarding any practical outcome from it. No exception is taken to the composition of the committee, but it is felt that, in order for the inquiry to have I been thoroughly effective, those who conducted it shoul
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS.

SA.NDOWS PARK MEETlNG.—National Breeders Produca SUkos-Fkminptor, Pasquita. Little Primrose colt, Shaccobac. :.;i Croisoito, Hill. Victoria Welter Handicap—Lowland ord. Coombe July Plate—Wamba 11. Eclipse Stakes— Per Jiccas, Holden Plight (at 9 a.m. on Monday;, ureat Kingston Tw
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England
 
General.

General.

BUTLERS, now London, WANT PLACES with one footman: , A S.. age32,sft. 7im., smart, 2 years pood charao.er butler with footman, was placed in last two situations Mrs. 28,5 ft. Bin., has good personal character from last place, 1J and* years preriously as Ist footman, *5O. . . mfc
July 13, 1909 - Globe - London, London, England