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TELEGRAPHS. TEI glo-American ▲—12.22- 15% % B-12.22-77 7% Direct U.S.-12.22-5% Ea*tern-12.22-155 7 N«w-12.22-30/J 51/3 Ertcnsn-l 2.22-15% % New-12.22-15'a % We*tem-»2.22-15'j

TELEGRAPHS. TEI glo-American ▲—12.22- 15% % B-12.22-77 7% Direct U.S.-12.22-5% Ea*tern-12.22-155 7 N«w-12.22-30/J 51/3 Ertcnsn-l 2.22-15% % New-12.22-15'a % We*tem-»2.22-15'j

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25 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1921.

THE GLOBE. TUESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1921.

25 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE. 2.30 and 8.25. “JUMBLE SALE." A new Revue. Margaret Bannerman, Joyce Barbour, Binnie Hale, Walter Williams, Eric Blore, Gilbert

VAUDEVILLE. 2.30 and 8.25. “JUMBLE SALE." A new Revue. Margaret Bannerman, Joyce Barbour, Binnie Hale, Walter Williams, Eric Blore, Gilbert

Childs. Matinee*. Tues.. TrL. and n«V.. BJBi W NIGHT OUT.- Pbjllis Honkrann. Isobel Elsom, Davy Burnaby. Evgs., Hate., Toes, and Sat., at 2.15. Tues.. Mats., George Lane Pinglat.
25 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRADE JUMP.

TRADE JUMP.

HOPES OF PROSPERITY-aTY CHEERSINCOME TAX RELIEF NEXT ?
04 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AN OLD MAID WHO “SAT IN STATE.”

AN OLD MAID WHO “SAT IN STATE.”

ncu cuis and nus she “LOOKS LIKE A QUEEN,” BOYS WHO STONED. MORE stories the eccentric old maid who lived in shuttered bouse were told in the Probate Court this afternoon. when the hearing the case, which a £70,000 will is in dispute, was coutinucd. On© her friends, a vicar, who
04 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INDUSTRIAL A.8.C.—3.0-lSi H " ■ African A Eastern Trade.

INDUSTRIAL A.8.C.—3.0-lSi H " ■ African A Eastern Trade.

INDUSTRIAL A.8.C.—3.0-lSi " African A Eastern Trade. SECURITIES. (Jones, 17/0 Lever 7 p.c-2.5J-16/6 17/0 B p,c. 2JO-17/4J ITtOi 20 p.c. Pref. Ord. 2.30-0/6 10/0 lister*-?.lf-16/6 17/6 Liptons- 22/6 Lovell &- Chmtmas-11.41- -20/6 21/6 Pref— ll.o-15/9 16/9 Lyons— 2.42-4*l* "i* Pref
04 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIELD AND GRAY. (Continued from Pago I.)

FIELD AND GRAY. (Continued from Pago I.)

04 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE EARTHEN VESSEL By PAUEIiA GLEKCOWNEB. Author of “Edward Wyndbsm Tennant,” Ac, Witk introduction by Sir OLIVER LODGE. 91- not.

THE EARTHEN VESSEL By PAUEIiA GLEKCOWNEB. Author of “Edward Wyndbsm Tennant,” Ac, Witk introduction by Sir OLIVER LODGE. 91- not.

We commend Lady book to reader* who are interested in this question. . . . tibe has told her tala with candour which at the iame time charms and convinces.” Timet. THE TALE OF A TROOPER By CIiVTHA IT. MACKENZIE. . This book, by son of the former High Commissioner tor Mew Zealand
04 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A TERRIBLE BILL.

A TERRIBLE BILL.

And what,” I asked, I owe?” He made a rapid calculation. Half-crown the mixture, hair-cut sixpence, shampooquinine (price of quinine’s up), massagethat’ll seven and sixpence, sir. You have my card? Mind the stairs, air, it’s trifle dark at the behd.” When 1 arrived home everybod
06 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England