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BISHOP'S TOBACCO.

BISHOP'S TOBACCO.

The Bishop of Buckingham accepted half an ounce of tobacco at an bid people’s dinner at High Wycombe, remarking that if he could pot manage it he yrould band it on to his sailor son. There were 97 guests, whose ages totalled 7,761 years, giving an average of 79 years and 10 mont
01 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WILDE IN HIS ELEMENT.

WILDE IN HIS ELEMENT.

Jimmy Wilde never thrives in cold weather. Si-the .mildness how prevalent is suiting bis fiaihing splendidly, and he is already in excellent shape. The difference in climate may adversely affect Herman, who has come from an ice-bound country. Later engagements announced bythe sa
01 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOOKS BY VICTORIA CROSS. 7/- and 16 THE VOUWE.

BOOKS BY VICTORIA CROSS. 7/- and 16 THE VOUWE.

aHOPWIitPOW. Shopwindow Is s verv powerful work, the scene shilta rspUlly Engllsh Lakes *o the silent wilderness AilaMoa, from the hlsilng sun of « glMto rtf the Bcfenhorus The whole round world comes but the setting the more perfect marvel, human soul In woman body. Victoria Cr
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ETERNAL FIRES.

THE ETERNAL FIRES.

The Eternel Fires In beautiful IdyU. It the story the year, the greatest most •lOO’eTtu novel which hi* been written during the past twelve months. CHBOMCUC.. , object ot book is to depict the ideal womanly purity, wifehood, and motherhood. The matt err i* bardled with ortglnall
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Railway Dick Turpins • By ARCHIBALD TAYLOR.

Railway Dick Turpins • By ARCHIBALD TAYLOR.

Railway Dick Turpins By ARCHIBALD TAYLOR. In China, when one goes board train terminus, it is usual. I am told, to find every seat occupied by native soldier. These warriors are not travelling, and have desire move outside the station. They ate there merely to extort money from p
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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FOCED RATES.

FOCED RATES.

The railway companies cannot extra payments will. Their rates are fixed Parliameriitary decision. also are the railwayman’s wages, but he, on his part, allowed, addition, all ho can ex-tract from the traveller by ingenuity, obstinacy, abuse. Yet. I would not give the railway com
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY.

SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY.

The railwaymen demand higher wages, the railway companies demand higher fares, but the, unfortunate traveller who keeps them both can demand nothing; and generally gets lens than the little to which he is entitled. Ii very short-sighted policy the part ths companies. Jf they con
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
London Amusements.

London Amusements.

•PERA. LYWC, HAMMERSMITH. KIOUTLJ at 8.15. “THE BEGGAK'S OPERA.- Matinees, Wed. and Sat., at 2.30. '/MOVENT OAEI/EN THEATRE. iGerr. 6*JJ AETHER CUI.T.IAa and ALFRED a Presaut DRURY LANE PANTOMIME. TWICE DAILY 1.45 and 7.45. Duke oe \ui<k’s. daily 2,30. Clitldrcn's Fantastic Musi
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THEATRES.

THEATRES.

A DELPHI. THE AALUiITY PEINCBSS." Kusldly 8. Mats., Wed., and Sat., at 2. w H HURRY Lily SI. John. Morton. Amy Anearde. Heather Thatcher. At iiWVi:M. m XHK SiiCllli'l'AK X." Utartea Hawtrey lamuus laicical coinedy. Iwica Daily, 2JO * a.lS.Poyulaf i’ncea. Ctefr. Cant. Illu. Ai.u^
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SHRUNKEN FLEET.

SHRUNKEN FLEET.

The general public may be startled by that assertion. They have heard of the sensational end of the German mercantile marine; how the Imperator is now sailing the seas for England, how the Vaterland (now Leviathan) lies ratrridden at New York, how the Germans will complete the b
07 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England