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MYSTERY OF A WOOD.

MYSTERY OF A WOOD.

A woodcutter to-day found the dead body woman Haglan Wood, about five miles Hayward’s Heath. She was dressed in black, and was w wedding ring.
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RUGBY FOOTBALL. ENGLAND’S VICTORY OVER IRELAND. A CLEAN, HAED GAME.

RUGBY FOOTBALL. ENGLAND’S VICTORY OVER IRELAND. A CLEAN, HAED GAME.

February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, MONDAY, iFEBRUARY 16, 1914;

THE GLOBE, MONDAY, iFEBRUARY 16, 1914;

’VARSITY JOTTINGS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) OXFORD. The blusterous winds the last few daya made practice for the Torpids the reverse pleasant for both coaches and coached, and i is not surprising find most oi the crews stul rather backward and rough, in spite of the fact that
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The meat up-to-daic, comprehensive, and authoritative werk ho.ua the subjects dealt vrilh ora Working the Stock Exchange, How bead Prospectus.

The meat up-to-daic, comprehensive, and authoritative werk ho.ua the subjects dealt vrilh ora Working the Stock Exchange, How bead Prospectus.

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February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WM. PIEKREPONT. INQUIRY AGENT t. th« SobilitT aid Hmtrj, entrusted with fciroice sad Delicate Ncirotiatione ii all parts of the

WM. PIEKREPONT. INQUIRY AGENT t. th« SobilitT aid Hmtrj, entrusted with fciroice sad Delicate Ncirotiatione ii all parts of the

World. Get* him if BLAOKaIAILKU or difflcnltiee. Chancerr-lane. .0. T.S. 10,972 Central and Rolbori, " tiOUCITOKb.
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING DOCK DISCOVERY.

INTERESTING DOCK DISCOVERY.

In the course of the elaborate scheme of improvement whidh is being carried out at the East India Dock, an interesting relic has been brought to light. This is the original foundation stone of the undertaking, which was laid as far back as March 4, 1804. The stone had been subme
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAWN TENNIS AT BEAULIEU

LAWN TENNIS AT BEAULIEU

Results at the Beaulieu Tournament were: Gentlemen’s Open Singles,—Final: A. F. ■Wilding brat F. Goruon Lowe to —2, 6—2, 6—3). Gentlemen’s Open Doubles.—Final: F. Wilding and Craig Biddle beat E. K. Allen and C. G. Allen (6—2, 6—2). Open Mixed Doubles.—Final: F. G. Lowe and Miss
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REVIEW OF THE WATERLOO CUP

REVIEW OF THE WATERLOO CUP

CANDIDATES.
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH JOURNALIST’S TRIAL IN

ENGLISH JOURNALIST’S TRIAL IN

BURMA. MR. CHANNING ARNOLD’S APPEAL TO-DAY'S HEARING. In October, 1912, Mr. Channing Arnold, a son of the late Sir Ed"win Arnold, was sentenced a year’s imprisonment the Chief Court of Lower Burma. Mr. Arnold was, at the time, Editor of the Burma Critic,” Rangoon, and his trial
February 16, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England