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WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY

SI 6 NOR'MARCONI'S ACHIEVEMENTS . : . ' .. . . ' . , . ; ' • -. ' . • PISA ,. November 13 .. In the presence of King Victor Emmanuel and a Government Commission Signer Marconi to-day received wireless . telegrams direct from Canada and . Massbwah by means of his extra , powerful
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
; :, MR URE ' S VIEW

; :, MR URE ' S VIEW

SUPREME CRISIS FOR THE COUNTRY . Addressing Colne Valley Young- Liberals at Sicathwaito . on Saturday night ,-Mr Uro said the time was one of supremo crisis , not only . in the history and ' fortunes of . the Liberal party , but in the political history of the . country . If the
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
;; Ma ' CHTOcam . ;; the . Homo Secretary , ori Friday and' Saturday . received / deputations ,

;; Ma ' CHTOcam . ;; the . Homo Secretary , ori Friday and' Saturday . received / deputations ,

representative ot . trioali . of the importarit iretail ^ trades , and • communicated to them the conclusions'at which ho had arrived ^ 'with regard . . to . the representations 'submitted tohim . by the trades on : the Shops Bill arid the riature . 6 f . the ' amendments he is
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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J || g ^<^| H 01 TOs | 3 B ^ 3 |^ OVERTlME ^ Q ldESTIONi ^ AND '

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14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AT DUBLIN

AT DUBLIN

" RIGHTS WILL BE WRUNG FROM , . ENGLISH STATESMEN . " . - Dublin was . reached by Mr Kedmond shortly before • nine o ' clock . ' 'He was escorted- £ rom' • the Kragsbridge Station to tha offices of the United Irish League by an enormous torchlight procession . accompanied by ban
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
: ' TBE : DnKB OF WESTMUiBIEB ' a FLDiTBIIIBE ESTATE . —It . wa 3 announc ^• iiri 3

: ' TBE : DnKB OF WESTMUiBIEB ' a FLDiTBIIIBE ESTATE . —It . wa 3 announc ^• iiri 3

TlmtsMrobnSafcllrday . fhat the - 'ftu lge ^ . of • •' ., Westrmmter-, ' -. intends ' . 'selling , lus Hallcyn ! Castle 1 estate , which astends ' to two-thousand 'seven hundred , and -thirty •; acres ,,. but -is : n ( st bft ' ering ; the farms to r the . . tenants . • ,:. . Th
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES

HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES

MB JOHN BURNS , ON LIVERPOOL DRINK SHOPS AND SLUMS . ' . ' • . ' . THE President of the Local Government Board visited Liverpool on Saturday for the purpose of laying : the foundation ' stone of the . new workman ' s dwellings . which are . to be erected by the Corporation in wh
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTTiaH POLITIOA MEETINGS .

SCOTTiaH POLITIOA MEETINGS .

CAITHNESS RADICALS ON COUNTY . COUNCIL ELECTIONS . A meeting of Caithness Liberal Association was held in Wick on Saturday—Mr Wm . ' Nicolson , convener of the county , presiding . A resolution was passed earnestly recommending the adoption and election of land law reform candid
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MB BEDMOND'S RESPONSIBILITY

MB BEDMOND'S RESPONSIBILITY

Mr William O'Brien , M . P ., spoke in the Town Hall , Dungarvan ,. on Saturday at a Convention for the inauguration of the . County 'Walorford Executive of the All-for-Ireland League . Referring to Mr Redmohd's return from America , Mr O'Brien said no doubt tho most senseless o
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRESENTATION OF OAIRD MEMORIAL TO GLASGOW-UNIVERSITY .

PRESENTATION OF OAIRD MEMORIAL TO GLASGOW-UNIVERSITY .

. The bronze tablet which- has been subscribed , for as a suitable memorial'in Glasgow University of tho late Professor Edward Caird was unveiled on Saturday afternoon in the Moral Philosophy Classroom of the University . The ceremony , at which Professor Henry . Jones presidedw
14 November 1910 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland