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LONDON’S GAIETY IN 1914 AND 1921.

LONDON’S GAIETY IN 1914 AND 1921.

LAUGHTER WITH A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE BETWEEN. LITTLE TICK S VIEW (Special to The G!ob».") The whole aspect the world has changed. The people of to-day look life with totally different eyes from the people of 1414. They have taken to wearing glasses smoked glasses, through which g
04 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DOUGLAS'S POOR SHOW.

DOUGLAS'S POOR SHOW.

Gregory and Collins opened the bowling, and the batsmen started very steadily. The hundred was passed before wicket fell, the score 'standing at IM when Douglas was bowled by Gregory. With Stmdwick in, the batsmen now showed greater freedom, the wicket-keeper hitting, especially
04 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(By “ CUSTODIAN.")

(By “ CUSTODIAN.")

(By CUSTODIAN.") FoatibaJl entlniriasls are I'.okijic: forward u> anotiii-r bj-r day <rf i-.Kivb<iil- especially in London, where last week’s clashes between I'.eighlKiurine sides in each the three Leagues will be iuught over again. The Arsenal 1.., t narrowly at White Hart-lane
21 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1921. AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN CRISIS.

THE GLOBE, TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1921. AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN CRISIS.

ECONOMIC NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN OFF. Vienna, Monday Economic negotiations between Austria and Hungary have been broken off by the latter country owing to Austria’s uncompromising attitude regarding West Hungary. The Hungarian Government are endeavouring this means to exert pressure
04 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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BMW oc&ttia BaßoocbM aad Siam Zabiaa THE GIOBE, TUESDAY. JANUABY~fIJ fB2l. BACKERS HAVE GOOD TIME. FOUR FAVOURITES AT BIRMINGHAM. Birmingham,, Tuesday; strong wind during the night had improved the state the going at Sromford Bridge, and was brilliant weather. • Mr. Peter. Rpbeit
11 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD SYDENHAM ON DELAY OF APPROVED SCHEME. QUERY IN COMMONS

LORD SYDENHAM ON DELAY OF APPROVED SCHEME. QUERY IN COMMONS

LORD SYDENHAM ON DELAY APPROVED SCHEME. QUERY IN COMMONS (Special The Globe.”! In face present widespread caused by unemployment, it is being asked by the adyocates the ielieme. Why does not the Government give its consent the con- the Channel Tunnel - Everything is practically r
11 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
the half-back; flayed once last year, but the rest the outside division are all new men, except A. R. Foster,

the half-back; flayed once last year, but the rest the outside division are all new men, except A. R. Foster,

who played often before the war, and must now be something a veteran. P. Stokes, of Garryowen who was one of the best last year’s pack, and A. H. Courtney, old caps, and so is W. P. Oollopy, though he did not turn out last season, the -others are fresh to international football.
01 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEDS TO BE EXPELLED?

BEDS TO BE EXPELLED?

ARRESTED COMMUNISTS AND THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT, Paris, Tuesday. The French Government is deciding to-day what is to be done with the Communists arrested in Paris and the provinces, the details which appeared in last night s Globe.” It is believed that the Government will adopt th
01 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England