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MR, BONAR LAW.

MR, BONAR LAW.

Mrs. Bonar Law, mother of Mr. will not be buried in North Ireland with her husband, but Lansdowne Cemeterfo Bath, and Mr. Bonar Law returns there to-night for the funeral to-morrow.
May 18, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1911.

FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1911.

September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEHIND THE SCENES.

BEHIND THE SCENES.

BY ANTHONY NUCENT. Sir John French’s dispatch cannot be read without emotion. There has been nothing in the long and glorious record of cur Army to equal the four days’ rearguard action since Sir John Moore retreated at Corunna, May tt.e omen serve! That retreat and the battle w
September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRITISH MADE IN RUGBY

BRITISH MADE IN RUGBY

m the Work* of the British Thomson-Honstcn Co., Ltd., where thousands BritUh worker* are employed. All Electrical Contreclan, tmrmer.gers and Stares sell them. the BRITISH THOMSON-HOUSTON CO., LTD., w«ht RUGBY. ENGLAND. Brsacbe. *ll Lsrsn Town*. ele^^^^mps ® are the most economi
September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LATEST

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LATEST

RUSSIAN VICTORY. The Russian forces have won yet another significant victory, not merely over the Austrian but also over the Anstro- German armies. We have present no means of estimating their numbers, says the Petrograd correspondent of the Morning Post,” but it has been ascert
September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GERMAN ARMOURED TRAIN OVER

GERMAN ARMOURED TRAIN OVER

AN EMBANKMENT. completely destroyed, and at another place ammunition factory was blown up- Cossacks, by means of a ruse, wrecked a powerful German armoured tram several quick-firing guns going north-w from Chenstokoff into the Government oi Petrokoff. small detachment fired at t
September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WAR MAPS. BACON’S ARE MADE BY ENGUSHMEN. Map of Seat tlie War in the Nprth Sen, Belgian), Eastern France, etc.,

WAR MAPS. BACON’S ARE MADE BY ENGUSHMEN. Map of Seat tlie War in the Nprth Sen, Belgian), Eastern France, etc.,

showing Ports, Fortified Towns, Eaiiways, Hoads, etc. Seale 17 miles to I inch. Size* by inches. Price, folded in Covers, Is. net; post free. Is. Id. net. Map of Central Europe, Railways, Hoads, etc. Size. 30 by 22 inches. Scale, G 3 miles to 1 inch. Price, folded in Cover, Is;
September 11, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TWICE DAILY EASTER WEEK

TWICE DAILY EASTER WEEK

at 2.30 and 8. And ONWARDS. Nightly, at 8; Mats., Wed. and SaL. 2.30. POPULAR PRICES, ss. Swats booked from 2s. 6d. Gerr. 7017-8.
April 15, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BUDGET IN A FORTKIGHT.

BUDGET IN A FORTKIGHT.

Mr. ASQUITH, replying to Lord E. Talbot, said;— The Budget will not introduced next week, but the week after. The Chancellor of the Exchequer is not in very strong health. Next Monday and Tuesday we propose lake the Welsh Disestablishment Bill (Ministerial cheers). EAST AFRICAN
April 15, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LADY’S THOUGHT FOR HER HORSE.

LADY’S THOUGHT FOR HER HORSE.

Mias Margaret Fletcher, of Penycoed, Dolgelly, Merioneth, who died Jan. 8, aged 84, left estate the gross value of £9,836, which £7,933 is net personalty. She directed that her old mare “' •hall well looked after during her life, and neither be shot nor sold.”
April 15, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England