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THEATRES.

THEATRES.

a DELPHI THEATRE. Strand. EVERY KTENIXO, at »JS, Mr. Hew GIRL FROM UTAH. A Masical Flay, in acta, i. Uanrcr, Ernie It Sidney danc* and Paul A. Rnbau. L... rrodnctMß by J. A. M. Malent. MATIN jAIDBOAF'.at 2. Office, 10 to I*. Tala,, aad 8886Uar. ALDWTCH. Strand, W.C. Ereainr, S,
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PERSONAL.

PERSONAL.

CY —I WANT TO SEE ANNA KARENINA,” Ambassadors Theatre, before leering town. Everybody aaya it ia wandarfnL—HßNßl.
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A MINISTRY OF ART.

A MINISTRY OF ART.

We welcome the news that the movement in favour of the setting up of a Ministry of Arts in this country is taking definite shape, for it has long had behind it the weight of artistic opinion. According to the Tunes,” a scheme has now been adopted, and is to be submitted to the G
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“IN THE RAPIDS.”

“IN THE RAPIDS.”

It is impossible to- exaggerate the gravity of the warning which Mr. Balfour addressed to the Government at the great meeting of City men in the Cannon-street Hotel. He spoke to resolution whose terms are, we believe, unprecedented, a resolution which declared not that the Home
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
” BOMANCE.

” BOMANCE.

BOMANCE. Mr. Jack Binng, the wireless telegraph operator who came into prominence the time the sinking of the Republic, is about to be married. Wireless telegraphy has played important part in his romance. Mr. Binns met his fiancee when was operator in the Adriatic, and taught he
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TAKE

TAKE

Beacham'a Pills, may ha accepted as the most reiiaW* possible. As digestive medicine this popuiv , irtf absolutely without equal, bofferers from iudigeation. constipation, and many other dyspeptic should, therefore* never without B E E C A M’S PILLS Bold everywkenin Iwzm, Frio.
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW REGULATIONS FOR VISITS OF

NEW REGULATIONS FOR VISITS OF

FOREIGN VESSELS.
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WKAT A JURY SAID.

WKAT A JURY SAID.

He added that the fallowing verdict was actually returned coroner’s jury in the west country:— We find that deceased met his death by the act of God, caused by the sudden overflowing the riveo- and helped by the scandalous neglect of the overseers A drowned postman was the victi
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
I.4S.—SHEPPERTON SELLING STBEPLECHASE of 1»»

I.4S.—SHEPPERTON SELLING STBEPLECHASE of 1»»

I.4S.—SHEPPERTON SELLING of 1»» fcovs Two miles. ya at lb Ante (Ur Percy Wyndham) «...F Harfeau a Grey Leg IT (Ur Christy) -Poole 11 7 George (Sir AasJietoaoinifch)...^.^^.....—..Gor® 7 Lynch Pin fMr A Ldge)... Bines a 11 7 Sherwood Eiae (Mr H Bottom>ey) Hare 11 7 K.Li. (Mr Brown
February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS ON ARMY OFFICERS.

CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS ON ARMY OFFICERS.

February 19, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England