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M. PIZZEY

M. PIZZEY

undertakes to supply EMILY and INSPIRED advice on the remaining 20 BI(i RACE» FOR £B. M. FIZZEY cordially invites patronage to bis WIRE AND LETTER SERVICES NEXT WEEK AT EPSOM. DERBY. and KEMPTON PARK MEETINGS. FITE DAYS’ EXCELLENT SPORT.
29 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BANTRY LANDING—NEW STATIONS 5 MILIS APART—SKIBBEREEN “OCCUPIED.’’ “ STAND TO ” IN DERRY.

BANTRY LANDING—NEW STATIONS 5 MILIS APART—SKIBBEREEN “OCCUPIED.’’ “ STAND TO ” IN DERRY.

BANTRY LANDING —NEW STATIONS 5 APART—SKIBBEREEN “OCCUPIED.’’ STAND TO IN DERRY. SOLDIERS WITH MACHINE-GUNS REINFORCE POLICE— SKIRMISHING FOR FIGHT TO-NIGHT. IN the House of Commons this afternoon Mr. Clynes asked whether Mr. Law could give any Information as to the number and cla
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DERRY BATTLE LAST NIGHT.

DERRY BATTLE LAST NIGHT.

POLICE WITHDRAWN: MASKED MEN HOLD BRIDGE: KNEELING CROWD PRAYS FOR DYING MAN. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Londonderry, Monday. Ulofcing, which began in Londonderry on Saturday night, when Detective-Sergeant Moroney was murdered by Sum Feiners, was renewed last night, and was acc
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
‘DOWN TBA- TRAYS”?

‘DOWN TBA- TRAYS”?

10ND0N WAITHESSES WANT MORE MONEY. BEARDING tt LYONS." CoDfii d.6i' iib 1 diaeontent the waitreaws. employed in vanom teaahops in the City and West End, and there prospect acute trouble developing unless grievances regarding wages and Trade Union recognition are remedied. have d
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SELFRIDCE BOOK DEPARTMEKT

SELFRIDCE BOOK DEPARTMEKT

The following books have—from the point of view numbers in our Book Department - proved the meet popular during the past week in the order named . •< Vanity Girl," by Compton Mackenzie, '• RakiW' Valley,” L. M. Moutgomery, 7s. 6d. _ . Empty,” by Florence Barclay, ss. '• Mr. Dool
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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MANY OFFENCES.

MANY OFFENCES.

It was stated that defendant had changed his name from Lucicn Stokvis last July, and that in that name he had been many time* convicted frauds and betting offences. He had recently carried business as a ready-money bookmaker in defiance the law at Glasgow and at various London a
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NORTHANTB V. .LANCASHIRE.

NORTHANTB V. .LANCASHIRE.

At Northampton, Lancashire won an Innings and 2 runs. Score:— IIORTHANTS.—First Innings, 52. Second Innings. B. White, b Dean C. Woolley, b Cook Haywood, b J. Tyldeeley Walden, Cook Dean Wells, b Cook Hardy, b J. Tyldealey E. F. Tomkin, b Cook ; Bellamy, b E. •• Buswell, Ibw, b
17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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17 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COMING EVENTS IN BOXING.

COMING EVENTS IN BOXING.

GODDARD’S GREAT TEST AGAINST MORAN. A WONDERFUL MATCH. W’HAT JIM DRISCOLL IS TEACHING HIGGINS. By The big fight this week the heavyweight contest the Holbom Stadium to-morrow night between Frank Goddard and Frank Moran. Quite apart from its own interest it is important because t
20 May 1920 - Globe - London, London, England