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express, and that it is meaningless or unnecessary in the bargain. Against the use of such stock expressions the severest campaign should be waged. But to banish quotations merely because they are familiar to everyone would remove a good deal of piquancy from our literature.
26 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CONSTABLE AT THE

CONSTABLE AT THE

KEYHOLE. A hoim€l€S.s man, giving the name of Kenneth Gould, was charged at the South-Western Court with shopbreaking Lavender-hill, Battersea, and stealing a sack full of new boots belonging Messrs, Freeman, Hardy, and Willis. When on his rounds at night a constable observed th
26 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CITY TAPE PRICES. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9.* RUBBER SHARES. 1/101* AUaprar.-t 1/9 2/0) 12.3-1/9 2/0 17/3 AneloDutch.-'. 17/3 17/9) 12.21-17/3

CITY TAPE PRICES. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9.* RUBBER SHARES. 1/101* AUaprar.-t 1/9 2/0) 12.3-1/9 2/0 17/3 AneloDutch.-'. 17/3 17/9) 12.21-17/3

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25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MEN AND MATTERS.

MEN AND MATTERS.

Ireland’s “Foes.” One of the characteristics the late Patrick Ford, not ,so -well-known as those others which made him notorious, was his attitude towards alcohol. He was in the habit saying that next to England, whisky was Ireland’s greatest joe. He was at least consistent in t
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FICTION.

FICTION.

LIBBY ANN, Sadia Casey, 6s. (Heinemann and Co.). A FLUTTER IN FEATHERS, by George Chater, 6s. (Wells Gardner, Darton and Co.). MASTER OF LIFE, by Philip Gibbs, 6a. (Cassell and Co.). THE WILES OF WILHELMINA, by Florence Warden, 6s. j IN QUEER STREET, by Feigns Hnme, 6s. (F. V. W
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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A EEAL DANGER.

A EEAL DANGER.

A DANGER. Sir, —Will you bring your great influence to bear on the authorities with a view putting a stop the very dangerous practice of cyclists and motor cyclists hanging the back of taxicabs and motor-'buses? Besides being dangerous themselves, which is a very secondary consid
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Ivclcon

Ivclcon

St. Ivel Consomme 6 cubes 6d., 12 cubes lj-, SO cubes 3/6. at Grocers and Stores.
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW COURTS STOPPAGE.

LAW COURTS STOPPAGE.

The strike of plumbers engaged in renewing the drainage system in the east block the Law Courts still continues. Yorkshire plumbers are striking for increased pay, and as the plumbers at the Law Courts are employed by a Wakefield firm, they have been called out, in sprite of the
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS AND FANCIES. BLANKETS

FASHIONS AND FANCIES. BLANKETS

AND
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRAMS COLLIDE HEAD-ON.

TRAMS COLLIDE HEAD-ON.

A head-on collision between two electric trams occurred to-day at the Elephant and Castle. One o£ the trams was •returning from St. George’s, and the other from Blackfriars, and both were practically empty. Most of the glass in, Hie cars was smashed, and one them ran off the lin
25 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England