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TRAVELLING IN LADIES' CARRIAGE.

TRAVELLING IN LADIES' CARRIAGE.

A fine of 40s. and 44e. costs was imposed upon 11 illiani Allan ramelosi Alexander, • stuck. ti-oker's clerk. of Norbury. at Westminster yesterday. when he was summoned by the London. Brighton. and South Coast Railway Company for travelling in a ladies' compartment and for in• t
20 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOGUS CHARITY COLLECTOR.

BOGUS CHARITY COLLECTOR.

A well-dressed wontaii. Florence Abbott, of P arham -road, Vauxhall, S.W., was sentenced at the Guildhall Yesterday to two months' hard ii:bsur for having obtained charitable contributans by fraud, the women falsely representing herself to be all authorised collector for the Met
20 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHORLEY RESULT.

CHORLEY RESULT.

As was anticipated the Coiservatives have tained ('hurley by a considerable majority. The result was announced yesterday, as follows: Sir E. Ribbed (CI.) Mr. J. P. T. Jackson (L.) Oonaervative majority 1,517 In 1906 Lord Balcarres rl of Crawford), the late member, defeated Mr. C
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BURNING PAVILION.

THE BURNING PAVILION.

The kiosk, in which there was no one at the time, was, instantly enwrapped in flames, the dry woodwork providing abundant fuel. So fiercely did it burn that it was a matter of minutes only before the pavilion was a mass of flaming ruins. The Richmond Fire Brigade came up. but at
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FALLACI OS

FALLACI OS

FALLACI This spirit actuates all the Labour workers in the seven constituencies being fought by the mmittee, and happily their task of exposing the fallacies of the retrogrades who ara seeking a further term of office at the people's expense has been rendered particularly easy by
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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MR. J. O'GRADY, M.P.

MR. J. O'GRADY, M.P.

LABOUR'S CLAIM TO VICTORY AT L.C.C. ELM lON. Mr. J. Ol:rady. M.P.. was chief speaker last Light at Riley-street Schools, Bermondsey. S.E., where a meeting was held to assist the candidature of Dr.,— , Alfred Salter and Mr. C. G. Ammon, the Labdui champions at the election. Mr. O
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
I .IIN FILM ATIONM.

I .IIN FILM ATIONM.

FILM ATIONM. • Actin/.Boat-wain s. P. Hare routirrnel In risk with si-niority of Fehrnary Master•at•Arins W. Jackson rank of Chief Moster.at..trins, with seniority of Fehrnary 17, IJII. Pr.O3IOTION. Chief o:unser J. A. P. Potter promoted to rank lieutenant.
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
of iniquity and oppression. 'I his duty it completely shirks. It remains silent regarding eyetetna which generate widespread destitution and

of iniquity and oppression. 'I his duty it completely shirks. It remains silent regarding eyetetna which generate widespread destitution and

unprecedented luxury. Surely the Christian pul. pit, which feels complacent and satisfied with, at beat. supporting merely palliative measures. in face of conditions which are draining the joy, and even the life, out of the majority of the people, stands self-condemned; for a it
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VARIED SCALES OF PAY BUT ALL

VARIED SCALES OF PAY BUT ALL

VERY LOW. An active campaign has this week been conducted in East Anglia by the Railway Clerks' Association amongst the Great F.astern Railway clerks, with reference to the attitude of the chairman and board of directors of the company toward the salaries movement on that system
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FROM ♦ CORRESPONDENT.

FROM ♦ CORRESPONDENT.

The inadequacy of factory inspection in India and the manner in which the appointments are practically monopolised by Europeans may well engage the attention of workers in this country. The following extract from the report of the Indian Factory Labour Commission speaks for itse
21 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England