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1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
-niseting. X 7

-niseting. X 7

- niseting. X 7 MINERS' VICTORY IN AMERICA. The strike of miners in the soft coal mines of Pittsburg, yesterday ended in a victory for the men, who will return to work to-morrow-40,060 of them—at an advance in wages and concessions. with regard to their other demands. TRADE UNION
1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
The Veto Bill.

The Veto Bill.

The publication of the text of the Veto Bill will give the peers and their supporters something to thiuk about during the Parliamentary vacation. The Bill follows very closely upon the lines of the Veto Resolutions. It represents no new policy Invented on the spur of the moment.
1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NEW COMMONWEALTH MINISTERS.

NEW COMMONWEALTH MINISTERS.

Of the eight megabera of the Aurtralian Labour Cabinet two, Amore. Bisher and McGregor. are Smith, Mr. carats from Wale. and Mr. Thomm from Cornwall: Mr. O'Malle, t• Canadian: Messrs. Batchelor, Pearce, and Tudor are Anaraliaa born.
1 May 1910 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST WOMEN'S FRANCHISE REVIEW.

THE CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST WOMEN'S FRANCHISE REVIEW.

LONDON.—Belgravia and Chelsea Branch.—This Branch began the New Year by boldly holding a Public Meeting in the Lower Chelsea Town Hall on February 18th. The chair was taken by Percy Boulnois, Esq. Miss Ruth Young, Sir John Cockburn and Dr. George Coates were the speakers. The me
1 May 1910 - Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review - London, London, England
 
lORTING TAILOR d HABIT MAKER

lORTING TAILOR d HABIT MAKER

lORTING TAILOR HABIT MAKER IliUm - "ace Scbool. 54. , Sloane Square, S.W. (turning into Clieveland Place) Cu RT LACES cleaned and mended by English workers, Lessons in Honiton, Bucks, Irish, Italian, Brussels, and other laces by Experts. Principal, Penderel moody Author of " Lace
1 May 1910 - Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review - London, London, England
 
"The Merchant of Venice,"

"The Merchant of Venice,"

which I saw on Monday evening, I saw again the next day ; and that not for the second time only, for Sir Herbert Tree's Shylock is an old and prized friend of rains. Yet I never liked it better than Ido now. There is this to be said of the best of acting—and the best of plays—th
1 May 1910 - The Referee - London, London, England