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THE NEW OUTLOOK LORD ROBERT CECIL

THE NEW OUTLOOK LORD ROBERT CECIL

THE widespread public interest in the articles of Lord Robert Cecil on THE NEW OUTLOOK” has led “The Globe” to arrange for the reprinting of them in booklet form. “THE NEW OUTLOOK” is published by Messrs. George Allen & Unwin ■Ltd., price 1/- net (post free i). A '• J •• vu'f •'
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DAMAGED GOODS.

DAMAGED GOODS.

HOW A LODGER SPOILED A WEEK'S FOOD SUPPLY A woman the Tottenham magistrates to-day deal with her lodger, who was not quite right in the head. She amused herself ©verv night by throwing pails water out of the bedroom window. The previous day all the family’s groceries for the wee
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE COMING ’FLU.

THE COMING ’FLU.

It will be observed that though there is present no actual epidemic the complaint in the.Britieh Isles, the Ministry of Health has deemed it advisable warn the public that one is probably imminent . The disease is scourging the great American cities; it is terribly prevalent in
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RINKS.

RINKS.

It good news that the London rinks are opening once more. 01 all popular crazes rinking surely deserves the most whole-hearted encouragement. It is an admirably healthy exercise, and the one entailing perhaps the shortest preliminary period of awkwardness and drudgery. A passabl
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OPTIXISTIO AND UtBEPBESSIBLE.

OPTIXISTIO AND UtBEPBESSIBLE.

But most failures are either unconscious of their failure or are so optimistic and irrepressible that failure hardly dims their brilliance. There is essential rightness in them, whatever happens; whereas with the failure who is soured you feel that tjicre must have been some wro
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“IT IS POSSIBLE.”

“IT IS POSSIBLE.”

SIR F. DYSON ON PROBABILITY OF MESSAGES FROM OUTSL E. Sir F. Dyson, the Astronomer Royal, discussing the mysterious signals, admitted that, in ..is opinion, it was quite possible that could get waves from other planets. Further than that was not prepared-to go* He left greater e
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHERS’ REFUSAL.

PUBLISHERS’ REFUSAL.

Counsel went on to read extracts from the article A Bookman’s Lost Atlantis,” including allusion to Oscar Wilde’s book, The Picture of Dorian Gray.” He asked the witness whether he would describe a book of that character as obscene. Witness: Hardly. Mr. Comyns Carr: Have you rea
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REBELS BOMBED

REBELS BOMBED

AIR SQUADRON ATTACKS CAMP IN MOROCCO—2O DEAD LEFT. Paris. T telegram from the French headquarters in Morocco states that a squadron of aeroplanes bombed some encampments of the Tadla tribe, dispersing many insurgents, who left 20 dead. The supporters of the successor of the rebe
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
** HANDS UP! ”

** HANDS UP! ”

** HANDS UP! He was the guest of a Mr. Edmund Slattery in Kerry, and one night a knock came at the door. Mr. Slattery answered it, and was challenged by a baud of masked and armed cowards, who shouted Hands and im mediately opened fire. Mr, Slattery struck cue the attacking partv
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GUP.

THE LONDON GUP.

Unusual interest ft being evinced in this year’s struggle for the London Cup owing to the fact that Barnet and Barking—the two B’s —are expected to make big efforts to carry off the trophy. . If the greatly-improved Barnet side win at Wimbledon—and their chances of victory- are
27 January 1920 - Globe - London, London, England