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15 February 1906 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Publishers' Announcements. THE SAME CLAY.

Publishers' Announcements. THE SAME CLAY.

There is always room the top, I and thore is always demand for really good novel.'. That is why there has been such a heavy preliminary subscription for “Tie Same Clay, n Mr. James Blyttyp new novel, which is published by E. Grant Richards to-day. Mr. Btyth has been called the Z
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CRITERION THEATRE.

THE CRITERION THEATRE.

To writ® Mr. Michael Morton’* three-oct acta fare® «rould perhaps describe “The Little Stranger” more no very eratefultask. Let us say at the outset that the piece was foUowed by majority of those present last night with roars of laughter, and that the final reception was entire
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Home Railway Traffics.

Home Railway Traffics.

Home Railway earnings for the past week show several good advances, although among the Southern lines the returns have not been satisfactory, the best result is from North-Eastern, where the comparison has been topped by £11,159, North-Western coming second with gain of £lO,OOO.
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
CARL HBNTBCHEL (LIMITED).

CARL HBNTBCHEL (LIMITED).

The report of this well-known process engraving establishment for the year ending December 51 shows a gross profit account of £16,407. After the payment of all outgoings, including administration charges, managing director’s salary, and directors’ fees, and setting aside a reser
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
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15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
the unionist party meeting* NOTABLE GATHERING^ SCENE OUTSIDE LANSDOWNI HOUSE. CONFERENCE’S STATELY SETTING.

the unionist party meeting* NOTABLE GATHERING^ SCENE OUTSIDE LANSDOWNI HOUSE. CONFERENCE’S STATELY SETTING.

From Oar ■postal The meeting the Unionist party for which Mr. Chamberlain asked, in order that there might be frank and friendly discussion ’» ol the policy which the party proposes to adopt in the future,” was Id this morning at Lansdowne House. _ Mr. Balfour, as the leader the
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PARTV MEETING.

THE PARTV MEETING.

The party meeting at Lansdowne House was practically 6ver at one o’clock. Our special representative has the authority of one who was present for stating that the meeting was overw’helmingly in favour of following the leadership of Mr. Balfour. Another leading member of the part
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW FEATURES AT THE EMPIRE.

NEW FEATURES AT THE EMPIRE.

To the programme at the Empire, which still includes as iti strongest and most attractive feature the ballet Cinderella,” with Mile. Adeline Gende in the title-part, several new items have been added. W. H. Berry amuses with his Agony Column and News of the Day and Albert Whelan
15 February 1906 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MOTOR OABB. CYCLES, fto.

MOTOR OABB. CYCLES, fto.

Automobiles.— For nto Johnson and WHITTAKER. Works CHAUCER.STREET. Ten yam* practical openooce. • 787 p FREE TO CTCSJSTS.—Your Machine when having Marvellous STDRMET ARCHER THREE-SPEED or any other Gear Pitted.—J. A. PLANT (Notts. Champion. 1905). Variable Gear Specialist, North
15 February 1906 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England