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large, may be traced broadly, and often enough in actual detail, in England, Sootland, and Wales. The fact is that ideals and methods of Government have undergone serious alteration. The Irish politician has a habit of abstracting his own country from the rest of the world and o
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
An Ideal Theatre Which is Never Clain: to Exist.

An Ideal Theatre Which is Never Clain: to Exist.

From the ideal theatre Master Cecil went away to the recently propounded " scheme " of the Actors' Assoc* tion, and drew a funny, fanciful picture of W. S. Penley and Edward Terry granting a diploma to Mr. James Fernandez for efficiency in elocution. Next be waxed eloquent respe
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
THE 'REFEREE

THE 'REFEREE

business of an early scene to wipe out the insult which on /losing Night was thoughtlessly offered to our gallant Volunteers Mr. Herbert Campbell, as Bobbie, and Mr. Jelitillel l Dsnvers, as the King, played well up to Dan ; belt , Drury Lane patrons will sorely expect something
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER 31, 11199.

DECEMBER 31, 11199.

December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
THE DALSTON MURDER. ON Friday a petition was presented to the Home Secretary by Messrs. Arthur Newton and Co. on

THE DALSTON MURDER. ON Friday a petition was presented to the Home Secretary by Messrs. Arthur Newton and Co. on

behalf of their client, the convict Louise Massa, who now lies in Newgate under sentence of death for the murder of her child. 'the petitioner alleges at great length that the judge who tried her case did not point out to the jury certain " facts " which, the evidence being "of
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 

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"0 UIN EA E 3 OLD" CIGARETTES Aave always been

"0 UIN EA E 3 OLD" CIGARETTES Aave always been

"0 UIN EA 3 OLD" CIGARETTES Aave always been .••imKth,e
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
generously given their services, both on the stage and in the tea•rooru. The band of the Royal Horse Guards will

generously given their services, both on the stage and in the tea•rooru. The band of the Royal Horse Guards will

play at intervals during the afternoon (by kind permission of colonel Lord Binning). During the afternoon, albums containing the autographs and signed photographs of the leading members of the profession will be sold. Full particulars may be obtained of the seers- Lary, Mr. J. E
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
UNDIRCOS •r INSTMONIALS PAOIII WSLL•KNOWN AND Pt °PLR, ARIGINALS OP' 'MOON CAA' , INSPECTID. ,m, id -k " a 1

UNDIRCOS •r INSTMONIALS PAOIII WSLL•KNOWN AND Pt °PLR, ARIGINALS OP' 'MOON CAA' , INSPECTID. ,m, id -k " a 1

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December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
THE DUNLOP .PNEUMATIC TYRE COMPANY, LTD.,

THE DUNLOP .PNEUMATIC TYRE COMPANY, LTD.,

ALMA STREET, COVENTRY; 180 to 188, Clerkenwell•road, London, E. C. ; 13ratitises:.-Biratingliant,_ Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Manahatter, Glasgow, "tec.
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
BURT SHEPARD FRED RUSSELL

BURT SHEPARD FRED RUSSELL

Mehub* ALICE SHAW, "IA Belle Bifflouse" sad bfr Taketed ?win Daughtai. STHEL and ELBHL TO OVERTURN 1.10 JENNY LYNN 1.111 FRANK SEELEY 1.10 HAGGLE CARR to TEE oh,AvoY DOTS. lei Easton TO LILIAN LOWE S. TON ALNAIO BROTHNILS 110 BURT SHEPARD. Humid LH LILT EVEXAND THE BROTHERS LANG
December 31, 1899 - The Referee - London, London, England