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THE STOCK EXCHANGE. BUSINESS STILL VEBY SUCK. SLUMP IN CHARTERED SHARES.

THE STOCK EXCHANGE. BUSINESS STILL VEBY SUCK. SLUMP IN CHARTERED SHARES.

Thursday Afternoon. The outstanding feature of markets to-day was the interest centred in Chartered shares following the publication the Cave Comruisaiof. award. Market operators are much disappointed with the result. .Long before the official opening time large number of mem ti
20 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVED.

BOOKS RECEIVED.

“Casstffc Classified Quotations.” W. Gurney 6d.; "The Red Light on the Rail,” by Thomas, M.P., 2s. 6d. (Cassell and Co.) “The Counsel of the Ungodly." by Charles Brae■•’VVStt.'il iiSSAv' M'oubm raw... fe, fid. (Hutchinson and CoJ « ...
20 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Per ton. a. d. TO 0 80 181 191 17 183 10 •33 0 •23 7 « 0 U U

Per ton. a. d. TO 0 80 181 191 17 183 10 •33 0 •23 7 « 0 U U

20 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PICTURE PALACES.

PICTURE PALACES.

Stoll picture theatre, kixosway. 2 to 10.3 a CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in “EYES YOUTH.” and BILUE BURKE in WANTED A HUSBAND,” etc. SUNDAY CINEMA, 6-10:30.
24 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE TEAR

THE TEAR

A maiden tr'es to stop it when it starts; For it’s a sign of weakness, you’ll agree. It is apt to come those with stoutest hearts And show touch of nature plain to see. It has even caused measure'of dismay When it rises to proportions iinexpec-1e.,1. And a man will advised if he
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1921.

THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1921.

19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REASON FOR RELUCTANCE

REASON FOR RELUCTANCE

Mrs. Eva Hubback, Parliamentary secretary to the National I iiion Societies for Equal Citizenship, which is endeavouring get the basis of liability ior jury service extended further, told Globe representative to-day that she felt strongly that women must assume their new respons
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
“ COULD NOT TRACE HER.”

“ COULD NOT TRACE HER.”

COULD NOT TRACE HER.” Petitioner «aid could not trace liis wife. In March last, his eon Geoffrey was ill, and the wife returned, fctayed,one night, and then went away again. ' hater she sent him this letter:— Dear Torri, —i am afraid this letter will give you pain, hut t think th
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAST CHANCE FOR GERMANY.

LAST CHANCE FOR GERMANY.

PREMIERS' CONFERENCE AMD IKE REPARATIONS DELAY. BRITISH THREAT. THE French Government has been officially informed that Mr. Lloyd George and Lord Curzon (Foreign Minister) arrive in Paris on Sunday evening for the Inter-Allied Conference, opening on Monday, says the Exchange to-
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921. THOSE STANDARD SUITS.

THE GLOBE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921. THOSE STANDARD SUITS.

GOVERNMENT NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SCHEME. The criticisms of the standard suit scheme are, “The Globe” learns, based on an entirely wrong assumption. A representative The Globe was informed at the offices of the Central Profiteering Committee tlris afternoon, that the Government
19 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England