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TRUST IN THE IRISH.

TRUST IN THE IRISH.

11l i-.pite all the lessons learned within the i last twenty years the Government still pretend that the Nationalists are to trusted, when hey gain ascendency in Ireland, be as loyal as they are now rebellious. That being so, saleguards might deemed unnecessary, and yet. in many
31 December 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY

THURSDAY

Reuter Agency tS:at <kv the German Auioa.s-:,.:.. r. , cm: n- m U*ndoii to-morrow V.Mi - arnta. a.. Jie Auibaj.-ador.-i will t'c-.r aim -n ■ JU-. aIU-n-l the ii'-xt ino.njn? ■ A...b... lo i.ohl the Foro-.W .• •" The A»iK>a-.•vJvr, * once o« ir.V ~ uU "'■ -On ..i i.'w limiter, pn
31 December 1912 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE DOCTORS;

THE DOCTORS;

LAST DAY FOR JOIHIHG THE IHSDRAHCE PAHELS. DIVIDED RANKS.
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
COMMISSIONERS CONFIDENT OF

COMMISSIONERS CONFIDENT OF

, POSITION IN LONDON, This is ihc last day on which doctors can enrol themselves as willing to attend insured patients on the terms prescribed the Insurance Commissioners, when the medical benefits come into force on January 15. How ;nany practitioners have consented to serve? I
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
HEW YEAR’S EVE AT THE HOTELS

HEW YEAR’S EVE AT THE HOTELS

Following Is the brief outline of the programme for to-night at some of the leading London hotels : Rtti Hotel. —Special supper, followed by a dance. The New Ycor will be ushered in by the singing of Auld Lang Syne.” Carltoa Hotel.— New Year’s Eve supper, at which 700 guests are
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
some sowers said to have been wounded

some sowers said to have been wounded

(3) ?—Mr. Fenn, of the Indo-European Telegraph Department, duty, stripped everything and badly mauled. (4) March 12. —Mr. Vice-Consul Moir, en route from Tehran to Sultanabad, robbed of everything and badly used. (5) March 12.—Mr. Brookes, travelling wilH Mr. Moir, met with the
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
LORD HUGH IN NEW QUIBC.

LORD HUGH IN NEW QUIBC.

I>ord Hugh Cecil made his appearance this evening in novel guise. He accustomed wear a long frock coat, which assists his height and modifies the exceeding spareness his figure; but to-day appeared in a blue lounge suit with a short jacket —not running up the middle of his tack
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Sunshine,

Sunshine,

December has proved a sadly sunless month. The average amount for 37 hours; thus far have had 19 hours 58 minutes only In the City’s square mile there have been no fewer than twenty-two absolutely sunless days. December, thougli an exceptionally wet month, ferty-three hours of s
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PLEASE NOTE

PLEASE NOTE

Another absorbing ithor of “The Wa; able on January Ist, 1913.
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
riARRICK THEATRE. ' TWICE DAILY, at 2.15 and 8.15. CHARLES HAWTRKY S revival el WHERE THE RAINBOW ENDS (2nd Yeark

riARRICK THEATRE. ' TWICE DAILY, at 2.15 and 8.15. CHARLES HAWTRKY S revival el WHERE THE RAINBOW ENDS (2nd Yeark

Hoa-offi open 10 Tel. Ger. 9513.
31 December 1912 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England