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THE ROYAL MARRIAGE.

THE ROYAL MARRIAGE.

To-day sees the happy conclusion of the old and bitter feud between Guelph and Hohenzollem, 'v'luch ends the most approved fashion by a marriage between son and daughter the respective Houses. Royal alliance of recent times has aroused such general sympathy, a fact fully account
24 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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tTliOli a In 1900 daring the South African war a large number commissions in the Royal Garrison Artillery were given oflicers of the Militia and Colonial Forces, some of the officers being as old as 27, It has been decided that officers the Royal Garrison Artillery commissioned d
24 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MONDAY’S EVENTS.

MONDAY’S EVENTS.

' 'he Queen’s birthday. Princess Henry of Battenberg at St. Pancras School for Mothers’ annual meeting. Mr. Runciman at dinner of Cattle Markets Committee of the Corporation, Savoy HoteL Royal Geographical Society : Annual meeting, 3; dinner, Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Metropole, 8.
24 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED.

THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED.

Polygami»t (Mr Townihend) 3 Penn Symont (Mr Gant) x»bor 8 Qnildao, John o'Gaunt (sir J.Tharsby).F! irch«r e Snjet (Mr L. deßothschild).,.!. Cannon, jun. S 6 Snxham Boy (Major MaUhewi) In Ireland j Ofton (Mr H. Gray) Prirata 8 3 Gnusr the Ease c, Joe Chamberlain (Mr R. Buckworth)
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBK. THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1918 DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT.

THE GLOBK. THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1918 DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT.

At a meeting of the committee of the Zenana Bible and Medical Mission in London yesterday a communication was read from Clarence House, addressed to Lord Kinnaird, stating that the Duchess of Connaught returned her best thanks for the very touching message of sympathy in her ill
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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letters to the editor.

letters to the editor.

[The Cfteiens tttf retted Iry ew errrttfcmienit, he ere le dve reeerd Irtviiy, eve *«f necetterily ihese of Tb* Globe.] MORAL OF NEWMARKET.” ON TOWER HILL. Sir —Let ofier you my sincere, congratulations’ your wise, timely, and courage >us leaderette of yesterday under the above
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL WOTICE.

SPECIAL WOTICE.

APARTMENTS or HOUSEs to SALES or WANTED, m I FOUND, ic.. if- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, I Lo ' ® pnaal to 24 *otii Special Loot Kate U. M. —or two insertion* for 2s. ud. Tlicse anr.oao PREPAID. SALE, TTT JBCN 1 iou iKD^L^i)BIDGK.J^ rf-VLD Marble and Wood Mantele. WBe Stores and Interi
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OSBORNE COTTAGE UNSOLD.

OSBORNE COTTAGE UNSOLD.

Yesterday the Isle of Wight residences Princess Henry Battenberg, Osborne Cottage and Albert Cottage, which the King and the King of Spain have frequently visited, were offered for sale at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard. There were no offers when the property was put Tip a whole, and
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW CASES IMMINENT.

LAW CASES IMMINENT.

The following Cases are the next to be beard the Sing’s Bench Plvlslon:— Special Juries.—Qaal and Co Verhon-Jonee—Pile Port of London Authority—Wilkinson Crosplgny— Pitchblende Cranium, etc. Ltd v Gray—Edwards y Bellamy's Wharf, Ltd—Vickery lAcLeod—Tonbar Darning Machine Co v Fe
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO MUEDEB

ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO MUEDEB

A BDTLER, REMARKABLE SCENE. The quiet St. Katherine’s Precincts, ia the Outer Circle, RegeniD’s Park, was disturbed Tuesday night by alarming incident, as u result of which John Dicks, a typewriter, of St. Martin’s-p Lace, Oamden-town, before Mr. Plowden, at Marylebone Police-co
22 May 1913 - Globe - London, London, England