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Foreign Bourses.

Foreign Bourses.

THE PARIS BOURSE. (BY EXCHANGE TELE. CO.'S SPECIAL WIRE). 12.40 p.m. Ift-. e. 87 27 97 15 82 1.45 p.m. Rentes, Aeet... Italian Pr. e. 87 52 97 15 82 07 _2.40p.in., Fr. c. ; 87 50 97 10 82 45 Fr. c. Servian ......... Brazil 4p.c. .... Portugse. 3p.c. Kna. 4p.c. 1889 Kna. Sp.c. 19
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY SPECIAL

CITY SPECIAL

February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JJBURY liANE

JJBURY liANE

THEATRE RO¥AL. Managing Director, Arthur EVERY EVEN tt, at 7.J». WEDb., TtIUHB., at 2.3#. SLEEPING BEAUTY BE-AWAKENED. George 11. Bim.s and Art bur Collins. GKOREK QHAVES and Will Eran*, lUnd Doulbitt, Stanley Mayer, Duke oe yobk’s theatre. Sola Aeaseo and Manager, CHARLES FUOIIM
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
By the Way.

By the Way.

The Football Referee’s Favourite Play. ‘■’Damaged Goods.” Hitherto it travelled incognito, now in the leading restaurants in Paris is labelled Horse on the menu. .Another Bouquet for the Bioscope. A man walked into the Police Station, thinking that it was a Picture Palace. We wo
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BY "OXONIAN.”

BY "OXONIAN.”

More than usual interest is centred in tomorrow’s Association tootball match between Oxford and Cambridge at Queen’s Club. The unfortunate split lias, it must be admitted, done a good deal of harm ’Varsity football, much so, indeed, that such a sport as hockey, which used to be
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(SPECIAL TO “THE CLOBE.")

(SPECIAL TO “THE CLOBE.")

(SPECIAL “THE CLOBE.") Great interest has been aroused in France the placing of M. Maeterlinck’s writings on the Index, and the Rome correspondent of the Temps explains in the course of a special message the reasons that have led the authorities to take this step. We give herewit
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. LLOYD GEORGE AGAIN BROUGHT TO BOOK.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE AGAIN BROUGHT TO BOOK.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE AGAIN BROUGHT BOOK. SPIRITED LETTER BY LORD Consternation reignc-d at tho Koya] Infirmary, Liverpool, when it was found tliat a tube radium, worth more than £l.OOO, was missing. Two tubes, the Liverpool Pest” states, were applied to the face of a patient. One of
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COMMANDER EVANS IN BUDA PESTH

COMMANDER EVANS IN BUDA PESTH

Buda Pesth, February 5. Commander Evans gave lecture this evening on the Scott Expedition, The Archduchess Augusta and her son were present. At the conclusion of the lecture Commander Evans was presented by the President Hungarian Geographical Society with the go* medal of the S
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IMPROVING TRAFFICS.

IMPROVING TRAFFICS.

Meanwhile, attention has been turned to the stocks of the Peruvian Corporation. Those who have recently visited Peru are not inclined to attach overmuch importance to recent events from a business point of view. They point to the fact that only in July last crisis was reached *’
February 6, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
19 MEN DROWNED.

19 MEN DROWNED.

Lloyd's Agent at Falmouth this morning telegraphs that the German barque Hera is sunk deep water near Gull Rock, Gerran's Bay. Falmouth . Twelve bodies have been recovered from the wrecked vessel. Nineteen men out ot crew ot t!4 were drowned. Eight of the men succeeded in clingi
February 2, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England