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THE SITUATION. It cannot said that the political situation has become substantially clearer during the last few days. We may

THE SITUATION. It cannot said that the political situation has become substantially clearer during the last few days. We may

dismiss as impertinent guess-work all the rumours what Mr. Asquith said the King and what the King said Mr. Asquith. The conversation between the Minister and the Sovereign was private, and is likely remain so. Here and there suggestions are heard that the election may, after al
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1910

THE GLOBE. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1910

STOCKS AND SHARES. HUDSON’S BAYS STILL RISE ADVANCE IN RUBBERS. Our Financial Editor telegraphs: There is a feeling of resignation in the Stock Exchange to await developments in the political situation. No one doubts that we shall soon be in the throes of General Election, and t
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OXFORD.

OXFORD.

To-day sees the beginning of the second half of Michaelmas term, and undergraduates have received intimations from their tutors tnai statutable entrance fee for the different pas schools is already overdue. Tnose who faded satisty tile examiners the vacation Scriptura vel in lib
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MILITARY MATTERS. tnov coBRESPOiromi.) THE WELSH BIOTS. It is certain, that more unpleasant dutv can possibly iall to the lot

MILITARY MATTERS. tnov coBRESPOiromi.) THE WELSH BIOTS. It is certain, that more unpleasant dutv can possibly iall to the lot

the British soldier than to be called upon aid the cml power suppressing riot. The soldier has the strongest aversion to finng upon, or otherwise acting against, his fellow-countrymen; it should be the duty of the police, and the military should not be calico except case of real
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ATTELL v. CONLEY.

ATTELL v. CONLEY.

A fifteen-round content at New Orleans between Abe Attell and Frank Conley ended a draw. The Central News says the fight was a remarkably fast one, and both men went through with it in their best style, lasting 60 well that the last round was the fastest. AMERICAN FOOTBALLER’S D
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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The World’s BUCHANAN’S “Blacks White” Whisky

The World’s BUCHANAN’S “Blacks White” Whisky

14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON , V."L»! ,0 B u , ' the SOUTHERN BELLE.” From VICTORIA 11.0 •.m. and 3.10 p.m. Week days

BRIGHTON , V."L»! ,0 B u , ' the SOUTHERN BELLE.” From VICTORIA 11.0 •.m. and 3.10 p.m. Week days

and IUO™V& 6.»p.m. Sundays. Eetunung fromBRIUHTON Week-days 12.2 U & 5.45 p.m. and Sundays 5.0 & 9.30 p.m. Day Return li!s. Other Fast Trains to Bne' 10.40,11.40 n.m. 1.0 (Sate, onli 7.15, 8.30 & 9,50 p.m. Week Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Details ol Snpt. Line, L.B. & 8.C.8., L
14 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE INTEREST OF AMERICA IN INTERNATIONAL CONDITIONS

THE INTEREST OF AMERICA IN INTERNATIONAL CONDITIONS

By Admiral A. T. MAHAN, U,S.N. Admiral Mahan, in this timely and important pronouncement on International Naval Policies, deals with “The Ongtc and Character of present International Groupings in Europe,'' n The present Predominauco of Germany iu Europe—its Foundations and Tende
09 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Concerts.

Concerts.

Royal opeea. covent garden. THOMAS BEECHAIt OPERA CO. GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT. PATHETIQUE SYMPHONY T3CHAIKOWSKY. VOCALIST ... MAGGIE TEYTE. SUNDAY NEXT, 8.0. Pricas: Boxes, 305., 2'la.; Reserved Seats, 45., os., a.; Gallery (unreserved). Is. Admission Free, Y - QUEEN’S HALE. TO
08 November 1910 - Globe - London, London, England