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A STOLEN RACE

A STOLEN RACE

There were only five runners for the Reading Steeplechase, and. Mr. J. R. Anthony was on the favourite. The Admiralty, and he stole the race in the run in from Rough and Ready, whose rider apparently did not anticipate any danger after heating Celerity. - LAMBOURNE (S.) HANDICAP
January 22, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RACING RULES. N.H, COMMITTEE ACCEPTS JOCKEY CLUB ADVICE. At a genera I meeting of the National Hunt Committee the resolutions

RACING RULES. N.H, COMMITTEE ACCEPTS JOCKEY CLUB ADVICE. At a genera I meeting of the National Hunt Committee the resolutions

arising out of the report of the committee of inquiry appointed the Jockey Club were passed. The resolutions dealt, among other things, with more money for placed the charges for conveyance of houses to and from meetings. stakeholders and clerks' fees, etc.
January 22, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE PROGRAMME.

THE PROGRAMME.

IWLEY SELLING HURDLE I.«>V £lOO. Two miles. IX)M BEVAX ii/lv. W. (Mr Day 7 A NlghtJngwU 7 Cwilt 8 11 7 KOSBIE .Mr Gwlll) (Mr HontMioli> IJcxld 6 ftV; KuYAT, AID (Mr Kitsnm Htevenson 8 11 'I orTHI'X (Mr Sullivan; Ireland all '( MANDA .Mr Ival!) C Young 1.1 a» KHCONEK tMr Haves) 4
January 20, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MORE WARSHIPS.

MORE WARSHIPS.

FRENCH AND ITALIAN VESSELS TO GO TO BOSPHORUS. Paris, Tuesday Ed.o Pam” says that the and Italian Governments, have decided a,s temporary measure to Bend Warships to join the British s(]iiadij>n : Bosphorus. This decision has been taken in order to demonstrate Inter-Allied solid
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OP POLITICAL IMPORTANCE.

OP POLITICAL IMPORTANCE.

Mr. Barrington Word, K.C., who made the application, explained that his client had been committed for trial for an offence under section 4 of the Offences Against the Person Act, 1861, the allegation being that hod Kubliahed an or tide entitled Killing [order,” by which he solic
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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LAROE STAPP NEEDED.

LAROE STAPP NEEDED.

Sir John said that some months ago the Chancellor the Exchequer gave instructions the Board make a study of the problem of taxation, and they, in due course, prepared memorandum setting forth the results of tlu-ir examination^. ]j,. ujslied u> explain nt tlte outset that xva-i n
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHIP WHICH WAS SUNK AT PORT ARTHUR AND REFLOATED. A Bolshevik communique received to-day states: According to supplementary information from

SHIP WHICH WAS SUNK AT PORT ARTHUR AND REFLOATED. A Bolshevik communique received to-day states: According to supplementary information from

Archangel, our troops have captured two heavy and five light ice breakers, the river flotilla, and the battleship Chesma. The enemy is bombarding Genitchesk from the sea, and his aeroplanes are bombing Chongar station. The Chesma (or Tchesma) is an old battleship, having been bu
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VAN HOUTEN’S COCOA.

VAN HOUTEN’S COCOA.

Q.iiKTY Qerr 2780. -’THE KISS CALL.' To night 0. Wed. end Sat. 2.15. _ Huntley Wright. Evelyn Laye, Eric Bio re. Madge Saunders. Austin Mol ford. • GLOBE. Oerr. 8722. Manager. Marie Lohr Nightly at 8.15. Mat., Wed. and Sat 215 ” THE VOICE FROM THE M^\\RET’• __ARTHUR WOTTSER. NOR
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LABOUR RECORD.

LABOUR RECORD.

NEATH FINDS W€RK FOR 99 PER CENT. OF DISABLED SOLDIERS. Records for the United Kingdom have been established by the Neath Employment Committee and Labour Exchange. Employment has limn found for the whole of the 84,000 returned Service men and for 99 per cent, of the disabled ex-
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NR. MUSCOVITCH’S TRIUMPH.

NR. MUSCOVITCH’S TRIUMPH.

Despite the newer criticism, which debates whether Shakespeare was pro-Jew or anti-Jew in writing " The Merchant of Venice,” there is no question that lock is a thoroughly repellent character. is therefore truest testimony Maurice Moscovitch’s art that his brilliant, nightmarish
February 24, 1920 - Globe - London, London, England