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SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

APARTMENTS or HOUSES to I SALES PRIVATE COSLKT or WASTED, TRACT, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, | LOST or fOUNE, Ac.. «... A Special Low Rate of ls.od. for three liura-equal to -d wa™ —or two insertions for 2s. These Announcements Rest as PREPAID.
February 7, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7» 1914«

THE GLOBE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7» 1914«

Theseus, Hippolyta, and their guestsreolined couches with their backs the auditorium, or sat on the ground leading to the steps allowed for the players, i _ a most effective disposition, andenabled tn Duke and his guests to fill spectators and commentators with the point. All pr
February 7, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REPORTS AND ANTICIPATIONS.

REPORTS AND ANTICIPATIONS.

Barrow, S.E., fine JJexhill, b.W., unsettled bideford, S.W., tine Bognor, S.W., unsettled Bournemouth, S.W., fine Brighton, S.W., unsettle*. Cambridge, S.W., fine Clacton, b., fine Cromer, S.W., cloudy Deal, S.b.W., tine Devonport, S., fine Eastbourne, S.W., fine Harrogate. S.,t
February 7, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SALES BY ABCTBON.

SALES BY ABCTBON.

misses, knight, feank, andeutlets rooms 20, hanovek-squaee, w. . a of XVIJJL. century and other mmiaxures, A boxes! f.ns, gablets, tea and coflee services, cream plated ware, stained glass, » sumptuous cape, sealskin jacket, jewellery, including diamond harp pendant, a brilliant
February 7, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRAFFIC RECEIPTS OF CHIEF

TRAFFIC RECEIPTS OF CHIEF

RAILWAYS. The traffic receipts of the principal railways the United Kingdom for the week ended January 31st are subjoined, together with the increase or decrease in receipts compared with thecorrespouding week in 1913:
February 7, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RAND STRIKE PICTURES.

RAND STRIKE PICTURES.

An interesting series films on the recent Rand strike were exhibited yesterday at Pathe Freres, Wardour-street. These pictures, which will be put before the public, are the very first of the great strike. The chief features are the arreste of the strike leaders in the big square
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

PLAYHOUSE, Leuae, Cyril TO-SIQHT, BtB.SC. LAST TWO HIQHTB. Charia* Ctm,. Tit IBS MARIE TEMPEST j meats sCsntdjr, JXL OOUA Bj HENRY ARTHUR JOKES, T'tls. 41*2, 51SS, «sr. 397fc
February 5, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOW SUGAR BEET MAY PROVIDE

HOW SUGAR BEET MAY PROVIDE

FUEL FOR MOTORISTS. Alcohol as a substitute for. petrol was again suggested when an address was given to the members of the Royal Society of Arts by Dr. W. R Ormandy. Last year, he said, 100,000,000 gallons of petroleum spirit were used in this country, ana the demand was contin
February 5, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ONLY HONOURABLE

THE ONLY HONOURABLE

COURSE. Sir,—As the tune approaches for the action , the Parliament Bill to come into efleot the ■ nation is overwhelmed with suggestions to avert the tiireatened crisis. There is practically only one which honourable Government oouio take, and that is a dissolution. As Mr. Asqu
February 5, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WOMEN IN PARLIAMENT.

WOMEN IN PARLIAMENT.

Sir —I conclude that Mr. Bacon Phillips is referring to the book written by Lady Evelyn Gurden, which may be interesting but ¥dnch no historical value. I have behind me the recognised authorities on constitutional history, and the history of the people of England—Stubbs. Hallam,
February 5, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England