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SLANDERED AMBASSADOR. MR. GERARD REPLIES TO GERMAN CALUMNIES.

SLANDERED AMBASSADOR. MR. GERARD REPLIES TO GERMAN CALUMNIES.

“IMPERIAL DECORATIONS ON WIFE’S DOG.” Amsterdam, Sunday. A telegram from .Berlin states that a representative of the Neues Wiener Journal,” of Vienna, interviewed the American Ambassador to Germany, Mr. Gerard. The latter said : I cannot give a sure judgment about the position,
May 8, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ISlre (SXjpffrjt w Fonaded 1803.

ISlre (SXjpffrjt w Fonaded 1803.

Fonaded 1803. SIR ROGER CASEMENT. TRIAL AT BOW STREET PROBABLY NEXT WEEK. The magisterial hearing of the case against Sir Roger Casement will, says the Central News, take place before Sir John Dickinson Bow-street. Sir John, who is the chief Metropolitan magistrate, resumed work
May 8, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FUR RENOVATIONS AND REMODELLING should be pat in hand now 600 expert alien enemy far worker* are interned and many

FUR RENOVATIONS AND REMODELLING should be pat in hand now 600 expert alien enemy far worker* are interned and many

English furrier* have joined the Army. Orders placed for renovations early in the Season will prevent disappointment which will unavoidable during She Winter months
May 8, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
at bis best.

at bis best.

When Portia was asked how- she liked her German suitor, that distinctively German person, Shakespeare, makes her say Very vilely in the morning, when he is sober; and most %'ilely in the afternoon, when is drunk; when is best, a little worse than a man; and when he is worst, he
May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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May 15, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO READERS. Tli* Gorernment restrictions upon th* import of paper malerUU, tho (reatlr increased cost of paper, and the

NOTICE TO READERS. Tli* Gorernment restrictions upon th* import of paper malerUU, tho (reatlr increased cost of paper, and the

serious limitation of supplies compel strictly to llasit A* number copies supplied to Newsagents for chance sales. Readers can assist the national campaign against waste, and will also avoid disappointment giving the Newsagent regular order for 7Ac Glebe and so enable him get th
May 6, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, MAY 2. 1916.

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY, MAY 2. 1916.

VARIETY ENTERTAINMENTS. COLISEUM 2.30 & pm. Mile ADELINE GKXEK and Co. PrenticeFLORENCE SMITHSON, SEERI DAN. H. ELUOTT. OSWALD ERNESI HASTINGS, BROS. GRIFFITHS. Ac. Oetrard Empire ■ followthe <: ;®P w ?A v ETHEL LEVEY. ROBERT MALE- JOSEPH Luplno Lane. Tom Svalls, Blauebe Tomlin
May 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MUSIC AND THE WAR.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MUSIC AND THE WAR.

Sir, —Your correspondent C. A. N.” is quite right. Haudel must be regarded as practically an Englishman. It has always been a grievance with Germans that he spent so much of his life in this country, and for that reason they comr monly refer to him with a sneer as " Mr. Handel.’
May 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FATAL CHANGE OF MIND.

FATAL CHANGE OF MIND.

It was stated at day’s inquest on Howard Candler, aged 78, a retired schoolmaster aud a Hampstead Borough Councillor* lately residing at BnardalegardeLS. Finchley-read, that turned back, then went forward, and again stepped backward before a R.N.A.S. motor lorrv Heath-street. Co
May 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHEETS AS FIRE ESCAPES

SHEETS AS FIRE ESCAPES

STAFF SAVED BUT FAMOUS OLD INN GUTTED A disastrous tire occurred early to-day at the Old Surrey Hounds Inn. Caterham, famous hostelry of coaching days on the main road between London and the South Coast. Mr. Arthur Beard, the lanaloid, was awakened by an explosion downstairs, an
May 2, 1916 - Globe - London, London, England