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FLYING TO SCOTLAND.

FLYING TO SCOTLAND.

Captain Longcroft and Lieutenants Herbert and Waldron. the three Army officers who are atteamtin.; to fly to Montrose. arrived at Newcastle on nattii.day after a rough passage from Pork. fog Over Darlington and DuiLam the atiatoi s were unable to watch their route. Captain Linge
24 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE DAILY CITIZEN. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1013.

THE DAILY CITIZEN. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1013.

24 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CUP-TIE GATES AND RECEIPTS.

CUP-TIE GATES AND RECEIPTS.

Attendance. Receipt'.
24 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MYSTERIOUS FIRE.

MYSTERIOUS FIRE.

.1 fire of a mysterious character broke out yesterday morning at the Eagles. Shrewebury•road, East Ham, a double.fronted house, owned by Mr. Alfred Bethell, The East Ham Fire Brigade eventually extinguished the flames. but the ground floor of the I se. which has been oncs•cupied
26 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STORIES OF THE

STORIES OF THE

DAY. Narratives relited by public men and women are given below. Often they consist of stories told by celebrities aboul themselves, sometimes told by !hem about 3ther people. All are derived from the news of the day.
26 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE FUEL SHORTAGE.

THE FUEL SHORTAGE.

The average distance between depots was 63 miles, which, not allowing for the bad weather meant that the party must average over nine miles per day. The food and the fuel iu each depot gave a full ration at this speed. For a week, however, the best march of the Southern party on
14 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

Closing scores: — W. J. Peall (roc. 12,000), 15:408: Inman (in play), 8.000 (break of 306). Amateur Championship:—Mr. 1.000: Mr. Hilton, 929. (Details of earlier play appear on page 6.1
14 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AID FOR TAXI-DRIVERS.

AID FOR TAXI-DRIVERS.

The London members of the Fancy Leather Worker.' Trade Society have paned a resolution expressing their entire agreement with the taxi drivers in their fight to live and hoping their splendid example of solidarity gill meet with a speedy reward. • Extractfrow mut/kiwi Testonvtia
14 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THINGS AS THEY ARE. HOW TO FIT THE PUNISHMENT TO THE CRIME. By C. F. MILLIN.

THINGS AS THEY ARE. HOW TO FIT THE PUNISHMENT TO THE CRIME. By C. F. MILLIN.

Our social legislation is generally far in the rear of our social conscience and the dictates of common sense. If it were not so, we should long ago have had some drastic alteration of the law with regard to the treatment of at least a very large class of our " criminals," espec
14 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ABOVE HAS ARRIVE-1;:

THE ABOVE HAS ARRIVE-1;:

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14 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England