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AWAKE AN ECHO

AWAKE AN ECHO

in the hearts of the Irish—temething practical. In the newspapers they would Co doubt have seen a report of the wonderful success of the growing of beet sugar in the county of Cheshire. Now. if we said to the people of Ir. land. " You shall grow best sugar and no duty will be pa
23 November 1910 - Birkenhead & Cheshire Advertiser - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
C•RDICIAN JACKETS galig 3/6 TO 10/6 CAN ONLY DI HAD AT LLOYD'S, BYROM-ST & DALEST.. LIVERPOOL.

C•RDICIAN JACKETS galig 3/6 TO 10/6 CAN ONLY DI HAD AT LLOYD'S, BYROM-ST & DALEST.. LIVERPOOL.

23 November 1910 - Birkenhead & Cheshire Advertiser - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
" t nviitTISER " TEL9HONE IREXENHEAD PUBLIsiIING OFFICE ...SI LFFEEPoOL OFFICE 4116 Dan k.

" t nviitTISER " TEL9HONE IREXENHEAD PUBLIsiIING OFFICE ...SI LFFEEPoOL OFFICE 4116 Dan k.

23 November 1910 - Birkenhead & Cheshire Advertiser - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
MR G. SMITH'S CAMPAIGN.

MR G. SMITH'S CAMPAIGN.

The contest in West Aberdeenshire has now begun. Mr George Smith, the Unionist candidate, has once more buckled on his armour and taken the field. This week he has already addressed four meetings. It will therefore be seen that he has no intention allowing the grass to grow unde
23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PREMIER MOBBED BY SUFFRAGISTS.

PREMIER MOBBED BY SUFFRAGISTS.

PREMIER MOBBED SUFFRAGISTS. -1111 BIRRELL INJURED. Et ERMIKED raid ON Downing street. 150 ARRESTS. Was idea the leniency Soci p° rn ' 6m ' >6rs °f the Women's Union a few daj6 ago, effect of calming the!' L among the female advocates 1 the - p Uomen ' the contrary, ' «r's announc
23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The "Timeo" Mr Chamberlain at Prince# Gardens Monday evening from Birmingham. w*s by Mi*

The "Timeo" Mr Chamberlain at Prince# Gardens Monday evening from Birmingham. w*s by Mi*

23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH LICENSED TRADE.

SCOTTISH LICENSED TRADE.

PROTEST AGAINST FORM L.L. L CONCESSIONS BY INLAND REVENUE. The Scottish Licensed Trade Defence Association has communicated with the Boards Inland Revenue and Customs have the licence outy form L. L. I—greatly modified, was done with a similar form served on EngU6h publicans. Ma
23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS.

SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS.

COULL. A meeting the School Board was held the school on Monday—tht Rev. A. M'Kenzie, chairman, presiding. It agreed to supply new furniture for the school. Several circulars from the Department and the Secondary Education Committee were read. A contcnuation is to be taught twic
23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS. Post Office, Aberdeen, November 23, 1910. Countries. f «aoca. ar'vl. Ascension Dec. p.m. Nov. 45 Austrjuia,

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MAILS. Post Office, Aberdeen, November 23, 1910. Countries. f «aoca. ar'vl. Ascension Dec. p.m. Nov. 45 Austrjuia,

ST. o. »V., i iaj. Fridays—5*40a. a. Nov. maim, ictoria J i l'i i, via ..Dec. p.m. Dec. 1 New Zealand. m t Nov . 30-18*30 p.m. - Via Ha.y Fridays—5*40 a. Nov. 25 »\eds.—14*30 p.m. i„ Canada / a»ui. oy ' Cauaaa, iirjjw iiiuri.— Saturday .... a-*■ iLncertaia wape, On- Lra. ia'ui,
23 November 1910 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NINETEEN FEET OF M.P.s.

NINETEEN FEET OF M.P.s.

Parliament will lose a big member in Sir Owen Philipps, who is not seeking re-election. Sir Owen is the tallest of three brothers iwho were returned to the last Parliament, and whose combined heights, if placed on end, amount to 19 feet 2 inches, Sir Owen contributing 6 feet 7 i
23 November 1910 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland