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ML ON SMOOTH WATERS.

ML ON SMOOTH WATERS.

THE LATEST SEASIDE INCONVENIENCE. ODOURS FROM STEAMERS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Portsmouth, Wednesday. The increase in oil-driven ships, and seaplanes is said to be threatening bathing resorts with extinction. Great patches of oil, giving off a most offensive smell have made
21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AOBOCORT.

AOBOCORT.

Senator Lynch Stanton declared that his purpose was to punish Germany for her misdeeds and unregeneracy. In the course of the debate, which was characterised by a certain amount of acrimony, several of the Senators pointed out that Great Britain waa already trading with Germany,
21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“ MY BROTHER.”

“ MY BROTHER.”

MY BROTHER.” Is he connected with the cloth trade?—He has been in the clothing trade. Did urepresent yourself as an M.P. to Mr. Rosenthal?—l may bo a bit fool, but I not foolish all that. Mr. Justice Darling Whait, as to member otf Parliament? (Laughter.) Witness: No, my lord. To
21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TEACHER AT £27 A YEAR.

TEACHER AT £27 A YEAR.

It was reported to the Hertfordshire Education Committee that mistress in charge of County Council school. age, was only receiving a salary £2? per annum. The matter was referred to the Urgency Committee.
21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOY THROWN INTO A BROOK.

BOY THROWN INTO A BROOK.

At Market Bosworth .to-day three young coliiera Ibstock were each fined for assaulting boy, aged 12, by throwing him into brook in Ibstock Grounds, containing &ft. of water. The boy was rescued playmates after going under.
21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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21 April 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MR. MALONE, M.P., IN DOCK.

MR. MALONE, M.P., IN DOCK.

SEDITION CHARGE SEQUEL TO SPEECH AT THE ALBERT HALL. ‘‘CHURCHILLS ON LAMP-POSTS.”' Mr. Cecil L'Estrange Malone, M.P. for East Leyton, whose address was given as Wellington House, Chalk Farm, appeared the dock at Bow-street this afternoon charged under D.O.R.A. with An act calcul
12 November 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A.B.C. IMPROVED.

A.B.C. IMPROVED.

The A.B.C. light car, which made so good impression last year, appears in improved form, and 395 guineas is without rival. Its 2-cylinder 12 h.p. flat twin engine is of proved value, the transmission is of the enclosed shaft and silent spiral bevel type, while the gear-box posse
12 November 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“PLEA NOT TO CLAIM."

“PLEA NOT TO CLAIM."

The only interest of Mr. Pickerin in these proceedings, said counsel, was h passionate appeal to Major Shelton not claim damages. Having apparently satisfied himself. Major Shelton had no idea claiming damages, he seemed to take no further interest in these proceedings Pickering
12 November 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HAMMERS AND FULHAM AT HOME.

HAMMERS AND FULHAM AT HOME.

West Ham and Fulham both have attractive matches for their own supporters, the Wednesday being visitors to Upton Park and Blackpool Craven Cottage. Blackpool’s skipper considers Fulham one of the best sides met this season, and they can do with all the points they can get. Clapt
12 November 1920 - Globe - London, London, England