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A NEW PLAY AT THE SARAH BERNHARDT THEATRE.

A NEW PLAY AT THE SARAH BERNHARDT THEATRE.

** LA VIEROE D AVILA (SAINTB THERESE).” Play in five acts and nine tableaux, by M. CataUe Produced at the ThtAtre Barato-Bernhardt, on fkeur Thertse M«*. B*«aii B«rkh*sdt Ximelra Mll«. Burciii Drrssst Anne de Mils. Jans Mia Juan* Mixs. Vsntuba Novice Mlu. Rcvlob Philippe, rol d’
17 November 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE ERA”

“THE ERA”

17 November 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FRANCIS, DAY, and HUNTER

FRANCIS, DAY, and HUNTER

Mar km I oftho World, 142, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON W.C. November 17, 1906 “THE DEBUTANTE" AT THE EMPIRE. Mr. Krlwardri has again tailed i|,, rts&urteful M. Hilhilm tu bu|i|)lj ihn scrnan.i , kill.l al Hit Umpire. >hirb wa* iir.nlur, i »Hh every sign uf tuccw, Thursday eveoii
17 November 1906 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS.

ANGLO-GERMAN RELATIONS.

Th© speech of Princo Biilow yesterday on Anglo-German relations was eminently moderate and sensible. It laid stress upon the many circumstances which have occurred during th© last year to remove the irrational suspicion that has so long embittered the rotations of the two countr
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
HIE CLOUD OVER RUSSIA.

HIE CLOUD OVER RUSSIA.

(From Our Own Correspondent.) ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 10. It is impossible for anyone who has never lived in Russia uiuiorsuuid strain and her© at present Lime. It is like waicnmg alter day the bedside a man stricken with fevei. Tfieir© hiA been lime during th© past two years —neit
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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MEETING.

MEETING.

(To the Editor of “The Daily News.”) Sir, —There appears in yesterday’s “Times” an account of a “private meeting” held at the House of Commons, on the initiative of Mr. Henniker Heaton, M.P., to consider the dispute between The Times ” Book Club and the book trade. Ibis mooting
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TO PROTECT THE TRADE.

TO PROTECT THE TRADE.

Co-operative Hard Soap Company Formed with £200,000 Capital. The adjourned meeting of the retail customers of Messrs. J. C. and J. Field, Limited, held yesterday Winchester Uouse. Old Broad-street, Mr. Bicknell, chairman Messrs. Field’s, presiding. The report of the eommiitee fo
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE BILL.

WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE BILL.

Mr. KEI R HARD IE (Lab., Merthyr) asked the Prime Minister whether he would consider the advisability of starring the Women’s Enfranchisement Bill, to give it opportunity of passing as unopposed measure. Tho PRIME MINISTER—This Bill was only introduced last week, and is therefor
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
EVICTED FOR BEING LIBERALS

EVICTED FOR BEING LIBERALS

Mr. N. MICKLEM (L., Watford) seconded. The clause had been, he said, emasculated to meet the wishes of the Opposition.and he thought that proceedings under it should conducted public court of law. Though he did not believe that cases affected by the clause were many, he believed
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LONDON S WOMEN LIBEPALS.

LONDON S WOMEN LIBEPALS.

At the annual Council meeting of the Women’s Liberal Metropolitan Union yesterday, at the National Liberal Club, Miss Julia Cameron read the annual report, in which the committee stated that with the coming elections they had a strenuous winter before them. It was hoped that the
15 November 1906 - London Daily News - London, London, England