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MINOR DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES.

MINOR DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES.

Diplomatic privilege (says the “Law Journal”), is chiefly conspicuous for its anachronisms and absurdities; but seldom has anything more absurd happened than the episode of the crowing cock owned the underling (resident in rural Shepherd's Bush) the Dutch Embassy, whom the law o
20 August 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
JIPPS’S COCOA

JIPPS’S COCOA

(JII ATE L—< FO HTI NO. IiTIRAK AST—Sr PPER. AND TtIAVELLKR. THE OLDEST EVENING PAPER. arbitrators arms. The Prime Minister been i'rori4eil with some veiw interesting reading n minihcr of Ihonghtful divines and others. Thcae good people are anxious to procure the abolition of wa
20 August 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DON CARLOS,

DON CARLOS,

Paris, August 20. The application made l»y Don Carlos for permission k» stay in Paris will considered the Cabinet • he held the 30th inst.. President Cusimir- Perier ; unwilling to take upon himself the responsibility giving favourable reply. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND’S HEALTH. New Yo
20 August 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SILVER MARKET

SILVER MARKET

Silver. 29." d. Pombay, | IJ-32: Cak-utto, I'ljV I Hony Konq-, 2‘Ha: fon* - months, ! Sraugliai, 2 IOU, four month*, 2 ; Singnport, 2 : I'euauK, /. 2. TRAFFIC RECEIPTS. Srkz Casal.—For and Sunday, lUiLvf*rs.—London and Brighton. week, iJ2,7CO increase. LATEST SPORTING NEWS WOLVE
20 August 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL.

ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL.

A meeting of parents and guardians of pupils attending this school was held Saturday afternoon at Kensington Town-hall, discuss the amended scheme of the Charity Commissioners for the future regulation the school.* A memorial to the Committee of Council Education, setting forth
28 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SITUATION VACANT.

SITUATION VACANT.

IVTUSICAL VACANCY for gentlemanly YOUTH JLVJL (Pianist), of education and refinement, to train to ASSIST PROFESSOR In his extensive practice; board -residence; according to services, and opportnnity for permanent position.—Address Rex,” 98, Jermyn-street, B.W.
28 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Queen mansions, St. James’s Park, 8.W.; beautiful and most convenient position in Loudon. - FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED SUITES of ROOMS

Queen mansions, St. James’s Park, 8.W.; beautiful and most convenient position in Loudon. - FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED SUITES of ROOMS

(of any number) to LET all Service and Catering done by the Management; rents, inclusive of electric fall attendance, hot and cold lifts, Ac., very moderate.—
28 May 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ARMENIANS AND THE FORTE

THE ARMENIANS AND THE FORTE

Sir, thought it not unlikely that letter would meet with reply. I did not, howeVer, expect such support for my arguments contained in the Bishop letter, published in your issue of the 2nd. Like the Bishop, 1 deprecate all intention of entering into controversy the subject allege
09 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
I’HE LORD CHANCELLOR: A CHARACTER

I’HE LORD CHANCELLOR: A CHARACTER

LORD CHANCELLOR: CHARACTER WIG AND GOWN SKETCH, It may doubted whether Lord Hcrschell has realised the high hopes which the elevation to the woolsack of comparatively young and vigorous lawyer provoked in some quarters. Two years have passed by, and it cannot said that wc are app
09 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIRES.

FIRES.

Late last night, during dense fog, the firemen wefl called the tire alarm Hulluud-street, Brixtoa-ruad, where it was found that serious fire had broken out upon the premises Mr. C. Mitchell, carman. The stables and stores, a building of two floors, about by 20ft., used stables a
09 October 1894 - Globe - London, London, England