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[Translation. “The Portuguese people are long-suffering, but never surrender their dignity, as was shown by their determined resistance when they

[Translation. “The Portuguese people are long-suffering, but never surrender their dignity, as was shown by their determined resistance when they

had resolved to act.” “THEOPHILO BRAGA, «To the Readers of The Daily News.’ ’*
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
ONE HALF-PENNY.

ONE HALF-PENNY.

THE CONFERENCE. SITTING OF ONE AND HALF HOURS. CABINET TO-MORROW. Tlio Conference upon constitutional questions met yesterday twelve noon, ami sat till lialf-paat ono o’clock. All statesmen were present, that is the I’rimo Minister, Lord Crewe, Mr. Lloyd George, and Mr. liirrell
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CHURCH & STATE

CHURCH & STATE

FALSE IDEAS OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP. REV. S. HORNES ADDRESS tiTlU.MiTll NONCONFORMIST rosrnoN The fir>t session of the Autumn Assembly of the Congregational Union opened yesterday at l>r Horton's Church, Hampstead. Over 1.500 delegates were present, and the gallery was crowded wit
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
MODERATES UNSYMPATHETIC

MODERATES UNSYMPATHETIC

To this damning indictment Mr. J. \V Gilliert endemroured replr, his umbjtbipalhetic attitude arousing the wrath of the teachers in the gallery. Let the Board of Kdneation refuse to employ unrertilirated teachers and all would be well, was the mam argument advanced. Mr. t«. L. B
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Cwe IL**lU oe* H* OW***’

Cwe IL**lU oe* H* OW***’

bl ARETHOBA' & ‘CHICHESTER' Tralnlnc Ships for p*or b«T» •rs K>ch lands. KAMI. JKKSKT, C.r.B. Gifts thankfully recsised by Sscretsr.ss, 354, Shaftesbury Arcsus, London, W.C.
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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TO THE DEAF.

TO THE DEAF.

A Gentleman who eared himeelf t>f De«fn^-« NoieeN in i)t« Head alter lour Lae a Tears' •uflt-t>n< wi.l gladly eand lull Hie remedy •»*’ free. ; U. CXIt'TOX. la. Aomeraet timubera, ir.l, Htrnnrt. l/ondon. W.«*. WORK 4 INDI A HOUSE/ Very encouraging rcjxirts to haml of the use whi
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVEDI BELLES LETTKES.

BOOKS RECEIVEDI BELLES LETTKES.

The Heir the Age* and Inheritance*.** Addnon Moore Pp. 88. Modder. 2a. 6d. rwt. ** French Lyrics." George Saujtbbury. 246. Lee Warner. 7s. 6d. net. ** Anthology Humorous Verse." Helen and Melville. G. G. net. The Duiry ModernisL** By W. Scott Palmer. Pp. 31*. Arnold. sa. net. FI
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
BOGUS PASTOR

BOGUS PASTOR

BEGGAR WHO LIVED IN LUXURY. AMAZING FRAUDS. TRADING THE CHARITABLE AND RELIGIOUS. (From Our Own GLASGOW, Tueodaj. Extraordinary revelation* of a bogus minister's fraud* were made in the Ayr Sheriff’s Court to-day, when Cecil de Smith, who has known in Ayr as the Rev. T. 11 Cliff
12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY’S LAW LIST.

TO-DAY’S LAW LIST.

12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
I WAS A

I WAS A

12 October 1910 - London Daily News - London, London, England