Paper 367 StrandWC- Established iso 3. y ll Ivsiness matters Ihe Manager should be addressed. Letters tciih c.dveriisenients should le marked “Advt Deft.” Bemittances should made payable to A. BELLAMY crossed "Eoarc's.” Telephone—644 and 645 Gerrard. Telegrams GLOßE, Band, Londo
in a tunnel very narrow diameter. But all the same, to talk of a tube danger is to exaggerate. Half a century ago, the same forebodings were uttered on the opening of the Metropolitan Railway, when the danger from “poisonous fumes” was firmly believed in by numerous people.
STEWARDS* CUP. (Run Tuesday, July 29. Distance six furlongs). WO to 9 Castleton—t & o to 6 agst Meeting House-100 8 Wiao Sjmon * t& o t& o 20 1 Cigar—t & to 8 Braxtod—t & o Uarmonicon— to Poor Boy—t & o Mediator—t & o
Mr Oswald Stoll, chairman and managing ' director oi the London Coliseum, has been informed through Sir William that the King and Queen have consented to grant their I patronage to ar entertainment which will take at the London Coliseum the evening i October 11 next, in aid of t
Six,—From Mr. George Barlow’s letter and other indications there would seem to be. those who condole with Mr. Rudyard Kip.mg for noi, having been appointed Poet Laureate. But he not instead to be congratulated upon not having had the honour (?) offered or thrust upon him by the
.Railways. Increases.—For last week; Great North of Scotland, £850; Great Northern, £],000; Furness, £206; Greai Central (including proportion of joint lines), £6,800 ( South-Western, £l,BOO ; Great Western, £o,000; Mi 4 land, £3,000. Decreases.—For last week : North Staffordshi
MOTOR CAR RAGE THIRD AND SIXTH. (Sunbeam cars driven by Chassaigne and Rest a respectively). Mr. H. Massac Buist, The “Morning Post,” says The Sunbeam drivers changed back tyres the half-distance as precautionary measure; but their Dunlop pneumatics showed little sign of wear, ..