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LONDON FREIGHTS.

LONDON FREIGHTS.

Aaoff, Black Bca, and diatnet sfea.ly, quiet; other markets ateady. Fixture* ; Mayerme, a. 3.400 tons, Sulina, 20lli November, cuncetling, at 12* N C; Vvmlee, a. 18,000 quarter* lbs, Azofl. 15th N<ive«nl>er, 13* bd Penarr, «, 5.300 Inns. Sulina, 31*1 Octot.’r, 11* bd Rotterdam,
14 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
A PLEA FOR PATIENCE.

A PLEA FOR PATIENCE.

Mr. Asquith, who was accompanied Mrs. Asquith, attended the annual meeting of the Kast Fife Liberal Association at Lady bank Saturday night. There was large attendance of delegates. The Premier, who had a moat enthusiastic reception, great many years ago he was selected in that
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
the Stoky of Football.

the Stoky of Football.

ROUND THE LEAGUES. Sunderland and Clapton Orient Lead Again. THREE TEAMS UNBEATEN. Brighton Albion remained on top of the Southern League table result of Saturday's la* ague games, but the leadership of both the First and Second Divisions underwent changes. There were several as
31 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
IRISH SYMPATHY.

IRISH SYMPATHY.

Months ago I indicated on unquestionable authority that the Royal Family greatly appreciated tho unmistakable evidence# of Ireland’s sympathy in connection with tho late King. Further, tho success of self-government, illustrated South Africa, has greatly impressed that inner rin
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WOMEN WORKERS.

WOMEN WORKERS.

OFFSIDE SCOPE THE NATIONAL UNION. DIVIDED OPINIONS. The proceedings in connection with the annual conference of women workers the I mtt-d Kingdom and Ireland were resumed yesterday the Central Hall, Lincoln. Lady 1-uura Ridding, the president, calltd attention to the attitude of
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1910. MR. BURNS’SUGGESTIONS.

THE DAILY NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1910. MR. BURNS’SUGGESTIONS.

Proposed Statuo to Ploronc* Nightingale. Speaking last night at the annual dinner of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Mr. John Burns said that, in his judgment, architects had been too long on a pedestal, in an elevated jKisition above the crowd. It was time they got d
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
LIFE AND LIMB.

LIFE AND LIMB.

COMPENSATION ACT 1906 AT WORK. £2.274,000 PAID IN 1909. COST TO COAL-OWNERS LESS THAN li PER TON. What an enormous boon to the worker* of the United Kingdom the CompenKation Act the Liberal Government in their fir*t Be.shion in 1906 ha* proved i* ahown the trr»t snbetaniially co
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
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13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
WIFE AND CHILDREN

WIFE AND CHILDREN

Ferrer, says Mr. Belloc, "deserted hie wife end three children." One these children was carriod off Madame Ferrer when, after wounding her husband with a revolver, she departed to to form new ties. The other two daughters indignantly deny that Ferrer ever deserted " them, and de
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
RECENT WILLS.

RECENT WILLS.

Among recent wills nre the following: Gross Value. Mr. John of The North- iancis. Wuitingtoii. Yorks', corn ' This siiOrring rwultoct simply from knockmerchant £44 s-v» my ankle, »*o to tear Inc akin off, Mrs Marv VtoynoMs. Alder- and some poisonous substance getting int i son-s
13 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England