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THE GLOBE. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1919. GENERAL GOUGH VINDICATED.

THE GLOBE. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1919. GENERAL GOUGH VINDICATED.

SIR A. CONAN DOYLE SAYS HE WAS STARVED OF TROOPS.
September 5, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MiTCB/Ud BUBGLAKS FOILED.

MiTCB/Ud BUBGLAKS FOILED.

A burglary was attempted in the early hours this morning at the shop Air. W. J. Hyde, pawnbroker and jeweller, High-street, Mitcham. After forcing a window roller shutter ihc burglars smashed large plate-glass window where there was a quantity of jewellery. People living opposit
September 5, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Wootton’s Double.

Wootton’s Double.

Wootton trained Wimaau,. and shortly afterwards news came to hand from Folkestone that the Epsom trainer had won (he Deal Selling Plate with his own tilly, Mexican Belle.
September 5, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Official Scratchings.

Official Scratchings.

Doncaster St. Lcger.—Sir Douglas (after 5 p.m. on Thursday), Tangiers, and Cbaud (at 4.3Sjp.m. on Thursday). Whamcliffe Thtee-Tear-Old Handicap (Doncaster).—Viaduct. Manchester engagements.—Roseday. AMAZING LIFT FATALITY. MAN AND GIRL'S EFFORTS SAVE WAREHOUSEMAN; extraordinary l
September 5, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SCARBOROUGH.

SCARBOROUGH.

Scarborough the weather was dull and showery. Hobbs (100) and Hearne (32) proceeded with the innings of the Players, with one wicket down for 14S. GENTLEMEN. H Spooner Ibw Kennedy 17 D J Knight b Kennedy 9 H Twining Ibw b Rhodes 31 J W Douglas Dolphin b Rhodes ... 30 G E V Crulc
September 5, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER COALITION DEFEAT. LIBERAL VICTORY AT ABERDEEN. MAJORITY OF 186. The Coalition have lost another seat, for the result of

ANOTHER COALITION DEFEAT. LIBERAL VICTORY AT ABERDEEN. MAJORITY OF 186. The Coalition have lost another seat, for the result of

the Central Aberdeen by-election, caused by the death of the Coalition Unionist candidate, mnounced this afternoon, was as follows: Major Mi M, Wood (Lib.) 4,959 Mr. L. F. Davidson (C.U.) 4,764 Mr. J. F. Duncan (Lab.)/.. 3,462 Liberal Majority over Coalition 186 The result of th
April 30, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JAPAN S HONOUR.

JAPAN S HONOUR.

RETURN OF KIAO-CHAU TO CHINA PROHISED. Paris, Wednesday- Baron Makino, one of Japan’s principal delegates to the Peace Conference, has made the following s-tatment a representative of the “Matin the subject of Kiao-chau It has been sfaned that Japan intends to keep Kiao-chau. Th
April 30, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PLAY PICTORIAL. FOUNDED 1802.

PLAY PICTORIAL. FOUNDED 1802.

MONTHLY, II- Not /or a day, but for all time:' No. 204. THE HOUSE OF PERIL.” MAY PICTURES. PORTRAITS AND DIALOGUE. "And what is the of a book," thought Alice, ‘‘without pictures dteonversattott. ON SALE TO-DAY at all BOOKSTALLS. tabUsber, *. Adam Straat Adelphl. W.C.S [For Conco
April 30, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PAYING-UP PUZZLE.

PAYING-UP PUZZLE.

AUSTRIA’S DIFFICULTY WITH NEW SMALL STATES. Copenhagen, April 26 (rec. today).—A Vienna telegram of today s date says : “The German-Austrian Government, having been unable so far to conclude any agreement for the sharing of the Austro-Hungarian and Austrian State Debt the variou
April 30, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ADVANCE ALONG SOMME.

ADVANCE ALONG SOMME.

STRONG ENEMY COUNTER-ATTACKS ON THE HINDENBURG LINE.
August 29, 1918 - Globe - London, London, England