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LABOUR PARTY AND THE

LABOUR PARTY AND THE

ELECTIONS. REPORT TO THE CONFERENCE. The executive the Labour party devote considerable part of their report to the tenth annual conference to the Parliamentary elections. They state that them the result has been highly satisfactory. It has been the experience of Labour parties
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EEAL TRADE UNIONISM

EEAL TRADE UNIONISM

Sir, —I find that in all contracts issued by the Government, the London County Council, the City of London Corporation, and other local authorities there is a clause invariably inserted to the effect that the contractors must pay the Trade Union rate of wages as agreed by the Em
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SEARCHLIGHTS WANTED

SEARCHLIGHTS WANTED

Sir,—ls it not time that the exceedingly useful searchlights supplied to the Army and so easily moved about from one place to another were supplied to signal boxes and breakdown gangs on railways and to coastguards? I fancy that the work of breakdown gangs working at night rescu
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE EADICAL CAMPAIGN.

THE EADICAL CAMPAIGN.

So far frrangsments have been made for Mr. Asquith to see the King before the meeting of the Cabinet on Thursday, but it is understood that he will be received by His Majesty at Brighton shortly after the meeting. Mr. Asquith is expected to begin his homeward journey from Cannes
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COOK, now in Lancs., SEEKS PLACE institution; ago 28; £3O; 5 years* character cook in sanatorium; free now.—Mrs. Hunt, 86,

COOK, now in Lancs., SEEKS PLACE institution; ago 28; £3O; 5 years* character cook in sanatorium; free now.—Mrs. Hunt, 86,

High-street, Marylebone. No engagement, no fee. Tele. Pad. (five lines). WANTED lor Farnboro’, Hants: 2 in family; 3 servants. Mrs. Hunt, 86, High-street, Marylebone. charge to cooks tailing less than COOK WANTED for Hyde-park ; .£2B ; 3 in family ; 5 servants, including between
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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Companions and Governesses. rr\HE LADIES LEAGUE (under Royal Patronage), ■- 21, Princes-street, Cavendish-square, W. (Agency), successfully recommends Gentlewomen to fill

Companions and Governesses. rr\HE LADIES LEAGUE (under Royal Patronage), ■- 21, Princes-street, Cavendish-square, W. (Agency), successfully recommends Gentlewomen to fill

all responsible positions all capacities. 'Phene 1025 Mayfair. T ADY SEEKS POST as COMPANION HOUSE-Li KEEPER, gentleman preferred; needlewoman; very musical, good accompanist; £25-36.—Miss H., The Ladies* League, 21, Princes-street, CaToodish-square. ■^rORKING-HOUSEKIiEPERS. W.*
7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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OXFORDST.. LONDON,

7 February 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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7 February 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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7 February 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.

Th® Kin* will loave Victori# for Brighton at 3.40 p.m. to-day. travelling tbe Royal saloon attached to the ordinary express, which i# timed to reach Brighton 4.45 p.m. On Saturday night the King and Queen were present the Kingawuy Theatre, to witneaa the performance Don.” It is
7 February 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England