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THIS DAY S PARIS BOURSE.

THIS DAY S PARIS BOURSE.

THIS DAY PARIS BOURSE. Fr. c. lLntc», Money 162 20 Do., Account Now Three* TUrgr’.-iui.J.a-Haif ...I fa Uy. AcvoQut : Irulmjia ; 70 Ottoimm CsllllS. }|lt(lS Ottoman Piitj. SiMuiUit 53 Turkish Now ; 25 Lumbarda Ottoman P 73 75 Buoz 2923 70 800r5... ; 427 Rio Tin 331 25 Foncior -•—
11 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BANK RETURNS,

BANK RETURNS,

The following is the return of the Bankers’ Paid Clearing for tho week ending October 10;—Thursday, X 23.323.000: Friday, £19.034.000; Saturday. £17.023.000; Monday, £17.597.000; Tuoaduy. £15.647.003: Wednesday, total, £110.963.000 corresponding period of last year, £111,212.000
11 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A “MISSING RELATIVE.”

A “MISSING RELATIVE.”

Glasgow to-day, Henry Hughes was sent to gaol for two months, for writing to widows in Edinburgh and had advertised the “ Missing Relatives columns Scotch newspapers —and stating that he was their son. He represented that he was penniless in Glasgow, and iiskerl for money to pay
11 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Betterment the council VERSUS Betterment recoupment. T. Walter L. L.C.C., Chairman of the District Board. Sold at Messrs. W. M,

Betterment the council VERSUS Betterment recoupment. T. Walter L. L.C.C., Chairman of the District Board. Sold at Messrs. W. M,

Smith and Son’s and at Willing’s Railway Bookstalls. Price Twopence ;or post free. Twopence Halfpenny, from Dlprosc and Bateman, She (Bold-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.U.
11 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONDAY EVENING.

MONDAY EVENING.

because Cape Colony so desires, would little short of infamous. Unless, therefore, the Queen ami her advisers swing right round, there will nothing for it but to continue the joint protectorate. The Boers will say, no donbt, that the opposition to the transfer is not spontaneous
30 April 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOLDIER SPORTSMEN IN INDIA.

SOLDIER SPORTSMEN IN INDIA.

While is natural and even laudable that the British soldier quartered in India should seek dispel ennui going out shooting, the practice has one serious drawback. Every now and then collision occurs between these gallant sportsmen and native villagera, with the too frequent resu
30 April 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TWO LADIES SHOT BY THEIR

TWO LADIES SHOT BY THEIR

SERVANT. Paris, April 50. Ifc is reported from Hoy that female seryant, who had recently been discharged from the sendee of the cure at Landeune-sur-Meuse, yesterday fired fire shots from revolver at the curb’s mother and sister. The elder lady received slight wound in the foreh
30 April 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE

CAMBRIDGE

The term that will have slugardie, but prickelli every gcntil herte” is upon us, and even now the forerunners of the great pettiooated army (there allusion here to lady volunteers) that will soon invade and conquer are to be seen skirmishing around anti reconuoitriug. In another
30 April 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HARROD’S stores

HARROD’S stores

• „ rHEAPEST STORES IN LONDON FOK EVERYTHING. phristmas bazaar, 1 FANCY FAIR, and ORIENTAL EXHIBITION. NOW OPEN. 7 , 105, BROMFTOM-HOAD, B.W. No. 31,049. C.
10 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POLITICIANS AND TOE VICTORY.

POLITICIANS AND TOE VICTORY.

Mr. A. J. Balfour, M.P., who visited the Cambridge Conservative Club on Saturday night, delivered short address, in the course of which, amid loud cheers, congratulated the members upon the result the election. Sir Robert Reid, the Attorney-General, addressed constituents at on
10 December 1894 - Globe - London, London, England