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MRS. SNOWDEN S WARNING.

MRS. SNOWDEN S WARNING.

“SOCIALISTS GOING TOO FAST FOR THE COMMUNITY.” (Fram Our Own Corr.tpond.nt} Leicester, Monday Mra.-Philip Snowden, who has recently .r?- turned from an*extensive tour of Central Europe and Russia, warned Labour against extreme action, in addressing a 'Labour meeting here last ni
03 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HALF-TIME WORK.

HALF-TIME WORK.

Those who were lawfully employed halftime in an industrial undertaking at tha commencement of the Act may continuo to be employed half-time. They cannot, whilo under the age of fourteen, be employed fulltime unless they satisfy the conditions required to be fulfilled by the scho
03 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
The Fell in Rubber Share*.

The Fell in Rubber Share*.

For two whole years shareholders in rubber undertakings have been on the look out for the silver lining freely promised. The past year baa been one of almost continual disappointment. Prices for the shares have
03 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE GLOBE. MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921.

THE GLOBE. MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921.

F.A. AMATEUR CUP. DRAW FOR SECOND ROUND IN THE SOUTHERN DIVISION. The draw for the second roundi the P.A. Amateur Cup (Southern Division) was made London to-day. The matches will be played on Saturday, January 15. on the grounds the firstruamed oluos; kick-off 2.30 and in the ea
03 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON STILL ATTRACTIVE

KENSINGTON STILL ATTRACTIVE

Meanwhile the F'jles at High-street, Ken- continue to attract, and the shops are crowded this week last. Managers and salesmen all agree that, never have there been such successful sales since pre-war times. They attribute this to the fact that not since 1914 has it been possibl
03 January 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NOT EXTRAORDINARY.

NOT EXTRAORDINARY.

Rid yon tell her Col. could whet he liked with the money?—l did. Judge; Then why did you not tell be* lore? Rid it not strike you as being an extraordinary act that a woman you bad not seen, for ten years should give you £600? Witness: No, did not when all the cir* anmstances ar
03 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BAIL DISASTER – REVELATIONS.

BAIL DISASTER – REVELATIONS.

BAIL DISASTER - REVELATIONS. BOY THOMPSON SAID TO HAVE INPEMHENT IN SPEECH. SIGNAL IN YAIN. (Contlnwad from Page I.) Lewis said be was well his duties., and bad acted several times at Aberrcule both as relief and as signalman. took up bis duties on January 15. as Mr. Parry, the s
03 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
17XPIBB. HALE. Doreens Bearing. Maidie Hope, Michaelis. Margaret Campbell. Ergs.. US. MaU., Mon- Wed, Sat.. 2JO. “THE BKTBOTBAI- , '

17XPIBB. HALE. Doreens Bearing. Maidie Hope, Michaelis. Margaret Campbell. Ergs.. US. MaU., Mon- Wed, Sat.. 2JO. “THE BKTBOTBAI- , '

fcgaal tn Bine Btrd." QABBICK. NIGHTLY at B.3O.JJROWN gUGAB. Mata, Today and Sat.. 2.30. Perfomahee. TO-MOBBOW, 2.50. Mata., Mon., Tuea.. Wad.. Fri. “ THE THREE DAUGHTERS *1? M. DUPONT." r'tLOBB. (Gerr. 1722.) in FEDORA." EVERT EVENING at 8.30. Last 3 Nigbta).. Last Matinee, Sat
03 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BUILD ON, SAYS) PERSHING.

BUILD ON, SAYS) PERSHING.

03 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COCOA SHILLINfi A POUND TOO DEAR.

COCOA SHILLINfi A POUND TOO DEAR.

WORLD-WIDE GLUT YET PRICES REMAIN HIGE ' BIG PROFITS. ’/ (Special Tho Globe.") Cooo* is least Is. a pound too dear, and the extra profit is going the retailer. This statement i» made the authority a leading Mincing-lane broker, who pointed out to a representative 'of The Globe t
03 February 1921 - Globe - London, London, England