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“PRECISE CIRCUMSTANCES.”

“PRECISE CIRCUMSTANCES.”

Sic Edward the prosecution elected to join the men in the one charge, and tbo defence was entitled to take full advantage of that fact. : thmieht that there should have been more careful summing up by the learned Judge, with regard to the liability incurred either- man, and the
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A Hundred Years Ago.

A Hundred Years Ago.

Extracts from The Globe of Thursday. January 18, 1821. The workmen employed in the iron works at Chesterfield were, few days ago, with his usual kindness and condescension, permitted the noble Duke of Devonshire to take tire JiorsM from his Groce’s carriage his return to his sea
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
REASON FOR REDUCTION.

REASON FOR REDUCTION.

These measures are being adopted partly because the war is ended, partly owing the withdrawal of troops from Mesopotamia, and to the bad financial outlook in the country and the consequent growing Indian outcry at the heavy Army expenditure. The Government of India is now consid
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MURDER THREATS TO K.C.

MURDER THREATS TO K.C.

LETTERS TO MR. RANKES ON LORD MAYOR OF CORK'S DEATH. During the last six months I have had many letters and post-cards, all in the same handwriting, threatening to murder me on account of the death the late Lord Mayor C4rk,” said Mr. Bankcs, K.C., taking his seat at the South-We
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CONCERTS.

CONCERTS.

WIG MORE MALL, TO-MORROW, 8.15. ALFRED .MINNIE Barker and hamblett. VIOLIN and PIANOFORTE RECITAL. Piano- ARNOLD FERRY. Bk. 6d.. os. 9d., 3*. IBItS and TU.LF?TT. 19. Hnnover-sq., W.
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE AUDIENCE.

THE AUDIENCE.

A brilliant audience witnessed the production, the members of which rose to their feet as the Duke of York and his younger moved into tbcir stalls. Lora and Lady Lathom evidently enjoyed the entertainment Mrs. t'r.chran included Sir Alfred and Lady in her box partv. Sit Charles
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IDGES-j GREAT SALE

IDGES-j GREAT SALE

Unprecedented Oft r ** «Ss taSSaeAob*.Haiti Make a special point to visit the Store . early to-morrow. Bargains such as announced here are soon snatched up and they are much too good to miss. AN =3 Tha Globa Mawa|>«par Mmpaor. Limited. «t ul Loiulaa. M.C.2. January 18, I%L
18 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BBfnSH SUBMARINE LOST WITH ALL HANDS. *. . 1 * •. . v" •. OVER FIFTY LIVES LOST.

BBfnSH SUBMARINE LOST WITH ALL HANDS. *. . 1 * •. . v" •. OVER FIFTY LIVES LOST.

BBfnSH SUBMARINE LOST WITH ALL HANDS. *. . 1 * •. . •. OVER FIFTY LIVES LOST. SUBMARINE K S MEETS WITH DISASTER «H) MILES FROM LAND’S ENDi
22 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BLOW FOR PORTSMOUTH FAMILIES.

BLOW FOR PORTSMOUTH FAMILIES.

A BRITISH (submarine disaster, which ocurred Thursday, involving the loss all bands, over 50, of the K 5 (a steam-driven was revealed this afternoon tlte Admiralty. It is understood that the disaster occurred 100 miles off Land’s "End. official story is as follows; The bare The
22 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England