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ANOTHER german plot revealed.

ANOTHER german plot revealed.

VICTORS CHEERS AT G.iMBERW ELL. HOUSE OF ■ - i ' ..'V (Continued from Page 1.) EL REFORM. bill to hav| Polling and DECLARATION TOGETHER. Dr, Addison i6forn*ed Captain Mon im Belt that the Gwernment had decided to bring a Bill to do away with the interval betw.-, t, polling and t
14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
APPEAL TO U S. AMBASSADOR.

APPEAL TO U S. AMBASSADOR.

Replying to a telegram which he has received from the Lord Mayor of Dublin asking him to intervene on behalf of the Sinn Peiners in Mountjoy Prison, the American Ambassador states that The attitude of the Consul-General in Dublin has been quite correct. The Consul-General has no
14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
•FECIAL TO "THE GLOBE.”

•FECIAL TO "THE GLOBE.”

A valuable criticism of the Excess Profits Duty was given to The Globe by Mr. B. J. Itedman, one of our hanleet-worked men of business Lon(loD. Mr. Redman is chairman of the Textile Corporation, Ltd., Bock Investment, Ltd., Bedfetn, Ltd., Preserve Manufacturers, Ltd., Marsh, Jon
05 July 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TAX OUTQOUrOS

TAX OUTQOUrOS

The needs the Chancellor must, however, be met (concluded Mr. Redman), end there is no reason why be should not able to obtain all the money he requires by just to the individual and non-injnrions to the trade and industry of the nation. “Instead of taxing thrift, let tax waste,
05 July 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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05 July 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DEATH IN TRAIN.

DEATH IN TRAIN.

WIRE-WALKER'S SEIZURE IN EXPRESS TO LONDON. FROM OUR OWN' CORRESPONDENT. Peterborough, Wednesday The well-known wire-walker, Leandrie Vanassehe, of Bivssels, travelling last night from Edinburgh to the French hospital in London, suddenly died in the train. When near Grantham he
14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ON DIVORCE.

ON DIVORCE.

CAMBERWELL SCENES. (Continued from Page 1.) the class room'? below,; where the successful candidate addressed lifs leading supporter®. UNWORTHY EFFORTS.
14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PLEA^’WHITE DISTINCTLY.

PLEA^’WHITE DISTINCTLY.

April, 1920. la) Applications must for not less than £ r jQ, taiist multlplb* of £5O. appUcatlems several persons made rough one Agent at the same papablo f ,ot fee vJjtfiUV.Z not #
14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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14 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A Point Olascov. Mr. Law, who, Saturday night I'eturned from what I told wan most enjoyable and successful visit to

A Point Olascov. Mr. Law, who, Saturday night I'eturned from what I told wan most enjoyable and successful visit to

Scotland, told, during his short sojourn in the North, a story which should appeal to all good Glaswegians. An American (runs tho story) was discussing lunacy statistics with Glasgow man and pointed out that Glasgow had a much higher percentage of lunatics than London. Naturally
01 March 1920 - Globe - London, London, England