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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
 
AMATEUR SOCCER NOTES & COMMENTS.

AMATEUR SOCCER NOTES & COMMENTS.

agement of a big club. The players are the read sporting type and play the game as gentlemen should. Tufnell Park, who had to meet them twice in the Amateur Cup last season, assured me after the second match that the “G.E.R.” aide was the best sporting eleven they had met. In ab
08 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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THE AMATEUR CUP.

THE AMATEUR CUP.

Will the Amateur Cup remain in the South? With Dulwich Hamlet and several other good clubs already out of the competition, it doubtful. Several of the Northern teams are playing well, and Bishop Auckland, who have been in the final more frequently than any other club except Clap
08 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HUGE SUCCESS OF

HUGE SUCCESS OF

“SUNDAY SPORTSMAN SPECIAL” I'WENTY-ETOOXH I<KUE THUK3DAY evening next, POST FEES. Is. 24. FOR HURST PARK AND DZRBY. ’■ GolUen Fleaca” Edits th> Speeial.” ORDER* To'-0»Y FROM NEWSAGEMT. On sale at Boo(iw«tahs Mondays and throughoMt tho Week. Wily—“ SUNDAY SPOBTSMAN.” 367. STRAND,
08 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REMEMBER DOVER!

REMEMBER DOVER!

••WE MUST KILL THIS DESPO OF BUREAUCRATS.” Then was . crowded attendance special meeting of the London Chamber held at the large hall the Cannon-street Motel this afternoon pxclosV agMoatthe, telHphe,»e ifttimS- Mr. Stanley Machin, president, declared: ♦hat. the new high rates m
14 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DOVEB.

DOVEB.

There is no explaining Dover away. Sir Thomas Poison’s victory the moat severe blow the Government has received since the General Election, and its severity is accentuated the peculiar character of the constituency, winch has never returned a Liberal or a Radical since the Refor
14 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEDUCTIONS FOR GOALS.

DEDUCTIONS FOR GOALS.

When see a pole erected a village green, with a base basket attached to it, and girls standing solemnly underneath, throwup balls into it, will the taxpayer be relieved by so much being taken • off the education rate for every ball that gets into the baskat? Or when the boys, ar
14 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England