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THE GLOBE, THUBSPAY. AUGUST 26, 1915. THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY:

THE GLOBE, THUBSPAY. AUGUST 26, 1915. THE WOMAN OF TO-DAY:

FASHIONS AND FANCIES. SIMPLE AND ARTISTIC DINNER GOWNS. :: Edited by u. DOMESTICA. K* I /M 11 ill \1« K/jf Mm l/l X
26 August 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL.

LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL.

Improved arrangements have been necessitated the great increase of the work of the London County Council in connection with local taxation licences and registration of motor-cars, particularly regards applications under the motor-car Acts. New accommodation has therefore been pr
26 August 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY EYENI

THURSDAY EYENI

THURSDAY ITALIANS CAPTURE J^EAD OF VALLEY.
26 August 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CABINET MEETING.

CABINET MEETING.

The Cabinet met at 10, Downing-street, to-day. Prior to the meeting Mr. Lloyd George had a conference with Mr. Bonar Law at the Colonial Office..
12 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEPARATION ALLOWANCES.

SEPARATION ALLOWANCES.

Sir,—ln poster just issued by the Government regarding the method whereby appeals may be ..iade dependents (other than wives) men serving with the Forces in cases where “ the actual loss caused by the withdrawal of the man’s support has not been made good up to the limit admissi
10 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FILES! FILES!! FILES!!! THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915,

FILES! FILES!! FILES!!! THE GLOBE, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915,

OUR PLATE-GLASS TRADE AND THE WAR. GERMANY’S LOST MARKETS. The two countries with which we are at present at war have beer’, pur keen competitors in the plate and shee't glass trade in the markets of the world. Germany’s exports of these goods in 1912 amounted in value to £578,9
09 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
theatres.

theatres.

THE WHIP 4 MBASSADO EeBent2B99 -' TO-NIGHT, at 8.30, S‘r. C°ME Y. So^f-Mr W Arthur 9. The ABE YOU MASON . STIKGS *.BO. C W N HT. at P. 30. (Ge ffi E - v’<s PERFORMANCE To-uight MB GEOBGE^EDWARI'ES^Proancti.ii, V £ guCED PRICES. Matingee. Weds. ARRICK TH E o®HT. .t -"EXCUSE ME!”
09 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COLD COMFORT,

COLD COMFORT,

[According to the Lancet, nine cases out of tea that are called “influenza'’ are reality condition of catarrh the upper air messages associated with more less fever.' J When tonsils swell and temples thwack And every bone is aching. Whan you with lungs upon the rack Cough to the
09 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS

ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS

BREAKDOWN. Washington, March 8. President Wilson is stated to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown, and dus account has abandoned his visit to the Panama-Pacific Exposition. Mr. Wilson is greatly worried over the delicacy the position of the States in respect of European and A
09 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
OFFICERS AND MEN.

OFFICERS AND MEN.

Sir, —On several occasions I have seen letters in The Globe complaining of the food, cooking, and various articles of the clothing supplied to the soldiers of the new armies now under training. A few days ago, for instance, there was a letter arraigning the food provided inadequ
09 March 1915 - Globe - London, London, England