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10 November 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LORD MAYOR OF CORK.

LORD MAYOR OF CORK.

BETTER TO-DAY: REASON FOR HIS LONG ENDURANCE. Friends of the Lord Mayor of Cork issued the following bulletin to-day;— The Lord Mayor of Cork had some hours of easier sleep last night, and is consequently somewhat refreshed this morning. The condition of prostration which lasted
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
timber chief dead.

timber chief dead.

Mr. John Henry Croxford, one the bestknown men in the timber trade, has died Tufflet, Gloucester, after long illness. was managing director of Price. Walker and Co., lad., stated he the oldest firm ol timber importers in the United Kingdom, and was member the executive of the Fe
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WINTER PRICE IN OPERATION ON

WINTER PRICE IN OPERATION ON

SUNDAY. .At meetine of the ot Daii j men s d io,i - t' - decided to commot e.- winter pi,of milk fi;otn Sunday next. and from that, day the retail price of milk in London will iud. a qua -I.
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Jlhse Globe * ASmae Maires*

Jlhse Globe * ASmae Maires*

Beifridge and Co., Ltd. (Editorial Scorns). Oxford-street, W.L Nora.—This column is occupied every day article reflecting the policiea, principles, and opinions of this House of Business upon various points of public interest.— fiiLninaa & Co., Lib IBE SELFRIDGE GRAMOPHONE SALON
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PROMISED £5.

PROMISED £5.

Mr. Hayes: Were you paid .CD for giving evidence?—No, sir, I forfeited that. The Judge: Just explain what you mean by saying your forfeited £5. Witness: Mrs. Bamberger promised when the case was finished. I am not a wealthy woman, and the CD would have done good, but I didn't wa
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SWEDISH ELECTION.

SWEDISH ELECTION.

BOLSHEVIKS LOSE TWO MORE SEATS. Stockholm, Wednesday, The elections to the Riksdag in the Stockholm district have resulted in the return five Social Democrats, including M. Branting, the Prime Minister, two Conservatives, including the well-known Conservative leader. Admiral Lin
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TURF CONSPIRACY TRIAL DEFENCE. ENGINEER ADMITS FALSE STATEMENTS IN ENTRY. SUITABLE ASS.” MAN WHO WAS FLUSTERED WHEN POLICE CAME. Cyril

TURF CONSPIRACY TRIAL DEFENCE. ENGINEER ADMITS FALSE STATEMENTS IN ENTRY. SUITABLE ASS.” MAN WHO WAS FLUSTERED WHEN POLICE CAME. Cyril

I .aw ley (43), accountant anil iOlolor engineer, was cross-examined to-ilay, when the Turf conspiracy case was resumed before Mr. .Justice (ireer at the Old Bailey. Norman (4io, peail merciiant, and Horace Samuel Berg (52), trainer, are being tried witli l.awlcy charge conspiri
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GOLF AT BETCMWORTH. SHERLOCK LEADING THE FIELD WITH SEYMOUR TWO BEHIND. The first round of the qualifying competition for the

GOLF AT BETCMWORTH. SHERLOCK LEADING THE FIELD WITH SEYMOUR TWO BEHIND. The first round of the qualifying competition for the

£a‘JO golf tournament was commenced at etch worth Park to-day in wretched weather. Play will be continued to-morrow, and the best scores will qualify for the tournament proper Mid-Surrey in October. The early scores were all Inch, although J. G. Sherlock, returning a brilliant 7
22 September 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TREASURY TO TACKLE £.

TREASURY TO TACKLE £.

ME. CHAMBERLAIN MEETING FINANCIERS TO-MORROW. BRITAINS REPLY TO U.S. NL-’W I.OANS NOT l.l.IH.I): JU'.ADV I’AV.
02 February 1920 - Globe - London, London, England