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DEPUTATION TO THE PRIME

DEPUTATION TO THE PRIME

MINISTER. In his room at the House of Commons the Prime Minister received yesterday a deputation consisting of the Parliamentary Committee of the Trade Union Congress, the Management Committee of the General Federation of Trade Unions, and the National Executive of the Labour Pa
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONEY AND ITS MAKERS. HOW TO IMPROVE BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. SCIENTIFIC COMPARISONS.

MONEY AND ITS MAKERS. HOW TO IMPROVE BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS. SCIENTIFIC COMPARISONS.

9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MUDDLED BY MEN.

MUDDLED BY MEN.

To the &Situ et " The Daily Citizen." Sir.. am m# heartily in agreement wil h the millers' opposition to the three•shift system, whieb, besides family and life, greatly adds to the labour of the miners' wives. I would. however. point nut that had women had a in the matter is res
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THINGS AS THEY ARE.

THINGS AS THEY ARE.

A Dress Exchange. A scarlet petticoat, a dummy in evening dress, a walking skirt, and a pair of shoes, are all that you see in the curtained window of the Dress Exchange. It is the modern, gaudy off-shoot of the " ole do' " shop, and it flourishes in the shabby-genteel suburbs o
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DANCER OF MEASLES.

DANCER OF MEASLES.

Dr. 11 . Ilamdow Bi ind, medical officer of health at rhertsey. yesterday in reference to a hical epidemic that if parents were as frightened of scarlet fever it would be a great ,adsalitmte to the children and would tend to the death-Rte. Measles were responsible for more than
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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YEW GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY.

YEW GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY.

Lord Willingdon has been appointed of Bombay in succession to Sir George Claik-, s%iil retire next April.
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOST HENPECKED BIRD. MALE CASSOWARY'S AFFLICTIONS. Mr James Buckland's remark in a lecture at the Whitehall Rooms that the emu,

MOST HENPECKED BIRD. MALE CASSOWARY'S AFFLICTIONS. Mr James Buckland's remark in a lecture at the Whitehall Rooms that the emu,

the " lord of Australian birds, is the most shamelessly henpecked creature in the world received only qualified endorsement yesterday from Mr. Blower, the ostrich-house keeper at the Zoological Gardens. Interviewed by a representative of The Daily riliV•m, Mr. Blower said that w
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SYNDICATE.

SYNDICATE.

The Bradford Operative Dyers to-night will enter into the biggest industrial struggle in which they have ever been engaged. Five thousand men employed by the Bradford Dyers' Association (a huge syndicate with 25 branches) will then cease work. There is little doubt but that the
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOTERS' QUALIFICATIONS.

VOTERS' QUALIFICATIONS.

The President of the Board of Education last evening handed in a number of amendments to the Franchise and Registration Bill. One of these proposes to take away the occu• ',maim qualification and substitute the residential. . . Another important amendment is one priipos ing to o
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOAT RACE PRACTICE.

BOAT RACE PRACTICE.

The Cambridge President commenced work in connection with the University Boat Race vester. day afternoon. There were two proviional crews afloat, Captain Gibbon coaching. is definitely announced that the race r v wed Maids 15.
9 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England