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To-day. Yesterday.

To-day. Yesterday.

Per ton. A* s- d. 70 6 70 SO 0 181 15 187 0 177 10 U 2d 17 8 5 0 5 25 U Per ton. £ s. d. 70 8 70 80 U 180 15 15 0 171 10 0 17 b 23 5 0 0 25 5 U Copper (standard): cash „ „ 3 months. Electrolytic Tin (standard): cash „ 3 months. English Ingots Lead (English). .. (Foreign): cash „
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PICTURE PALACES.

PICTURE PALACES.

Stoll picture theatre, 'klngsw'ay. —2 to J0. IVY DUKE and GUY NEW ALL in " THE GARDEN OF RKSUREECTiOX," E. TEMPLE THURSTON, and all star cast in " eVeRYWOUAN." .? /I—BERKSHIRE HURDLE RACE of 500 • sovs.; sec. ree. 50 sovs. and 3rd 25 sovs. ‘hit. 14 THE (l.d Glanely) Hastings 5 1
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
blood on headlights.

blood on headlights.

mystery of discovery of a STOLEN MOTOR CAR. Paris. Wednesday. The police are inquiring into the mysterious disappearance and recovery motor-car at Rouen, which they believe are connected with some violent crime. A powerful four-seater torpedo ear was stolen from a garage and was
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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22 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“ ON ITS FEET.”

“ ON ITS FEET.”

ON ITS FEET.” Very few people realise bow many British film companies there are,*' ha continued, and the amount of money invested in film work in this country. British producers are still only supposed to be learning their trade, but m not so. “A film produced British studio nowa
22 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
£242 ALIMONY ARREARS.

£242 ALIMONY ARREARS.

MUSIC-HALL ARTIST WHO EARNED £2,500 A YEAR. A music-hall artkt, said to havs income of about £2,500 a year, was stated in the Kind's Bench Division this afternoon to £242 in arrears of rlknony due to his wife. was John Francis O’Connor, who appears on the halls with his sister a
15 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JUDGE TO WOMAN JURORS AT MURDER TRIAL.

JUDGE TO WOMAN JURORS AT MURDER TRIAL.

“SUICIDE DEFENCE.” When the 'Little Marlow murder trialfi was resumed at Bucks Assizes ißaiiey ife accused poisoning his wife—the defending counsel showed some hesitation cross-examining a girl before the jury of men and women. Mr. Justice McCardie remarked that in that court th
15 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GOOD TIME AERIAL BALLOONS.

GOOD TIME AERIAL BALLOONS.

HYDROGEN ICAU.Y-F ILLED BALLOONS WILL ENSURE THE SUCCESS OF YOUR DANCE. FETE, OR PARTY. »r« attending Dances In many part? the country aid <d SiMiided and Demobilised Soldiers. Balloon*, Hydrogen, and Xaveiieneed Attendant* supplied incluiT* fee. Write tor Lists-— _ hfufill VAVM
15 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOARD OF MONEY.

HOARD OF MONEY.

He a.-'ked her if a man named Foy or lii.y lived there, and she replied: “No one of that name lives here. A man named Williams lives here, but lie is at the races.” Witness told her they intended to search the place, as they had reason to believe that the man Foy and others were
29 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England