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DRAMA OF THE DAY

... DRAMA OF THE DAY. The enormous impression created by Sir Henry Irving at Drury Lane on Tuesday afternoon, in Dr. Conan Doyle's pathetic little drama, A Story of Waterloo, rendered it almost certain that the suggestion thrown out ;n our issue of yesterday ...

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... Crawford. F. Marion. Mu. Nuts. Dickens, Charles. MAIM CILTZLNWtT. Memo Las NT Tas OLD Demos= Sao,. AND ens. Ouse Twist. Doyle, Conan. Tos Year or Glitottarons. Dumas, Alexandre. Tux Taus Mt:simian. Twrirry Yeuts Army. Tx. Corer or MONTI CRNTO. Eliot, George ...

COCKTON, 111E?iRY

... ur PITuIuID Tug PI~WL CII4FFORD. Y. MARION. DIC*ENB, cEiARLE9. Mixiix CuczzL6wit TAR OLD Ginuouty DOM Sot Ouvn Twin. DOYLE. CONAN. DTIMA.B ALE LANDRE. Tim Rums Am.. Ts.Coorrw llowsCanno ELIOT. GEORGIC. _ YIELDING. Jo. ...

and in what manner the Powers could succeed in stinting their relations upon • peaceful basis, passes the wit of

... subject with Lord Ron EATS, and the Commanderin-Chief has also read and expressed his entire approval of the views to which Dr. CONAN had given utterance in a previous conversation with our representative. It will be seen that Lord Ftoseurra declares that every- ...

SICK AND WOUNDED SOUTH AFRICA

... interview which I had previously had with Dr. Conan Doyle, who came out with Mr. Langman's hospital, which went through the enteric epidemic at Bloemfontein. The result of my interview with Dr. Conan Doyle, which has been rend by Lord Roberta, who accepted ...

TO-DAY

... satisfactory. The Field-Marshal not only gave his own views, but he read and approved the important statement which Dr. Conan Doyle, who went through the terrible fever epidemic at Bloemfontein, made for publication in TheDailyTelegraph. This well-known ...

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... IS Veer by Yin %ale Thames. at Hyde Park. THIS DAY.—Loos? . Abele Adelaide Popolar Song mirllO CARRIES THE GUN? (words Conan Doyle) rill be SrTO bylr. HENRY PIION. at BiIIoLINGTOII. by U. Avid Lamas, Deraertdae. THIS DAT.—lloasey sad Co. Alla Adelaide ...

ENTERIC AT BLOEMFONTEIN. LETTER FROM DR. CONAN DOYLE

... ENTERIC AT BLOEMFONTEIN. LETTER FROM DR. CONAN DOYLE. In a letter to the British Medical Journal, from the Laugman Hospital, Bloemfontein, and dated June 6 last. Dr. A. Conan Doyle says: The outbreak of enteric among the troops in South Africa was a ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS

... SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. BARTLEY asked the Under-Secretary for War whether his attention had been called to a report from Dr. Conan Doyle oa the Langman Hospital, Bloemfontein, in which he stated that there had been no death from enteric up to June 5 from among ...

DEATIIS

... Dia.—Bonney Alicia Adelaide Needham's Popular Songs CA IMES THN GUN . (words by Conan SUNG by Mr. DENBY YRENTON. at DEAL, a Do nd Who's That Calling r Omni* by Conan Doyle), by Miss Emily Folcroft, at Harnmato. TNIS DAT.—Bonney and Co. Frames AlMaoris ...

YEOMANRY HOSPITALS

... full share of it, although I am glad to say that he (Gibbs), Scharlieb. Conan Doyle, in fact all, have been fighting it in the most splendid manner, and with very good result!. Doyle left for Pretoria this morning. What with his assistance to the hospital ...

ELECTRIC TRACTION ON THE UNDEIitiROUND

... Marlborough, Lord Edmund Talbot, M.P., Lady Sarah Wilson and Captain Wilson, Lady Arthur Grosvenor, Sir John Willoughby, Dr. Conan Doyle, Professor A. Ogston, M.D., Mr. Charles Roes, Commander the Hon. Seymour Forteecue and the Hon. Ivor Guest, M.P. The Briton ...