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I.' . ■ j • THE GLOBE. SATURDAY. MAY 3. 1919. . Selfridge & Co. NAVAL NOTES.. fish and FRoiTiN

I.' . ■ j • THE GLOBE. SATURDAY. MAY 3. 1919. . Selfridge & Co. NAVAL NOTES.. fish and FRoiTiN

plentt. MERCANTILE MARINE MATTERS. d»y fcrticle Mflectißg the policies, THE LEAGUE AND THE WORLD’S NAVIES. TBE MARKETS. Although the U.S. Shipping meantime, a combination known principles, end opinions thie House ' fi«b a.nH fruit, j j ji„in rif- the Svenska Lloyd are lea,ving t
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BUDGET AND THE SCENTS

BUDGET AND THE SCENTS

EFFECT OF HEAVIER TAXES ON FAVOURITE PERFUSES. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, who has included scents among the articles to be more heavily taxed, is naturally in “bad odour” with the large firms perfumers, who are affected to a greater extent than they had anticipated. The pr
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOME BREWED.

HOME BREWED.

The conspiracy to compel the millions Britons who are neither topers nor cranks substitute that abomination popularly called Government ale for the national beverage is likely to continue, unless the people make themselves heard. Promise of a certain percentage increase is no av
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE FATAL SIFTH.

THE FATAL SIFTH.

It is thought that it will possible oommunicate the text the Peace Treaty to the Germans Monday, May 5. We hope the choice that date does not portend calamitous peace for Britain. This unfortunate figure has loomed prominently in the outstanding events of the war. Generally spea
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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PREACHERS IN LONDON TO-MORROW.

PREACHERS IN LONDON TO-MORROW.

Abbey. 10 15, Dean Bristol 3, Canon H L. C de 6 30, R. J Campbell Brompton Parish Chureh. South Kersmeton. 11. Rev. E. A. Downes; 6.30, Kcv. A. Hamilton King Chapel Royal. Savoy, 15 and 6. Rev H B. Chapman. St. Margaret’s, Westminster, 11. Canon-Carnegie; 7, Rev Priestley Swain
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The Woman of 10-day.

The Woman of 10-day.

TO-NI6HTS CAUSERIE. Forthcoming Dances A Fashion Novelty. The National Baby Week Council concluded a most successful week s appeal for funds with a collection at Islington yesterday at the onetime famous rendezvous of took and fashion, the Caledonian Market. * « * One of the att
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SCHOOLBOYS AND HUNS.

SCHOOLBOYS AND HUNS.

DEMONSTRATION AT VEBSAILLES.” Versailles, Friday (roc. to-day).— Count BrocKdorff Kantzeau, accompauied an* officer, went for motor-drive this in the neighbourhood of Versailles. Colonel Henry, Chief of the French Military Staff attached to the* German Delegation, and M. Houdail
03 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE NATION S MONEY.

THE NATION S MONEY.

PLAN FOB SPENDING MILLIONS ON WAGONS. Further criticisms of the extent of the powers to conferred St Eric Geddes Minister of Transport were forthcoming when, the V\ays and Communications Bill was again before the Commons Committee to-day. The Home Secretary moved a clause empowe
27 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EAST ANTBIH TO-DAY.

EAST ANTBIH TO-DAY.

BRISK EARLY VOTING THREECORNERED CONTEST. Polling in the East Antrim Parliamentary by-election took place to-day, the candidates being: Major Agnew Moore (U.) Mr. George Hanna (Ind. U.) Mr. Charles Lee (Liberal) There was a Undoniist majority of 14,000 at the General Election. M
27 May 1919 - Globe - London, London, England