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THE NAVVY POET AT WINDSOR. INTERVIEW WITH MR. PATRICK MACGILL.

THE NAVVY POET AT WINDSOR. INTERVIEW WITH MR. PATRICK MACGILL.

19 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE FREE CHURCHES AND THEIR

THE FREE CHURCHES AND THEIR

MINISTERS.
19 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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19 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON GAZ ETTE RECEIVING ORDERS IN BANKRUPTCY. FEHRI'ARY I& 1913. VON IN)?. Heal. Arthur John. M. Hkhmoad•road. Eurl'a Court in

LONDON GAZ ETTE RECEIVING ORDERS IN BANKRUPTCY. FEHRI'ARY I& 1913. VON IN)?. Heal. Arthur John. M. Hkhmoad•road. Eurl'a Court in

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19 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRANSPORT STRIKE.

TRANSPORT STRIKE.

2,01)11 DOCK WORKERS' CLAIM FOR CONDITIONS. Two thouAtild transport workers and others are now on strike at Grimsby for an increase of I. per day and overtime pay for Saturday after-110011s. It is anticipated that the strike will spread. The railwaynwn have expressed ,ynipathy w
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WORKERS' DILEMMAS.

WORKERS' DILEMMAS.

Answers are given on this page every Thursday to who are In doubt on legal points their work. Letters should be add to "Solon," c "The Daily Cltlson," 21. Tudor-street• E.C. Inquirers who wish to remain anonymous should enclose a
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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IFE," mused a modern philosophi:' soul sated in civilisation, "is always tuppence to pay." I would commend the remark to your notice, for it contains more wisdom than the verbose mumblings of all the ancient& This were not so bad, however, had we hut the ruling of the tuppence:
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Particulars may be obtained from the Secretary.

Particulars may be obtained from the Secretary.

The letter is as follows: Sir,—l returned from abroad yesterday, and was informed of the suggestion made by your council that a meeting of the cab-owners and drivers should be held under the auspices of a committee appointed by your council. I hasten to assure you, on the part o
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England