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Mr. J. Scaddan, Labour Premier of Western Australia, who is on a visit to England. A special interview with him appears on this page.

Mr. J. Scaddan, Labour Premier of Western Australia, who is on a visit to England. A special interview with him appears on this page.

moves what has been an objection in the past, but opens the I kee•,s it open for the one remaining organisation to come inside. That I sincerely trust will be the outcome. Railwaymen have, then, this great organisa- tion, with roughly 170,000 members, half a million of capital,
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DISESTABLISH SOCIAL WRONG.

DISESTABLISH SOCIAL WRONG.

To the Bditor of " The Daily Citizen." Sir,—More than a year ago there was a great meeting at Cardiff addressed by Mr. Lloyd George. Those who attended this meeting were mainly ministers arid officers of churches of all denominatiolus. The burden of the Chancellor's speech and o
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BREVITIES.

BREVITIES.

Mr. Burns stitAr that lie has already app:uver/ 172 sanatoria and liipituls with 6,300 Leda fur the use of insured consumptives. Mr. Lowther, the Speaker. has left town for Norway. and will be absent until the House of Commons reassembles on March 6. Among the passengers "ho cro
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE TYRANNY OF THE TICKET

THE TYRANNY OF THE TICKET

Again, have you elver thought about the tyranny of the ticket against which I em going to raise my protest! Have you ever thought what civilisation—from which the ticket springs--is doing for the independence of man? How it regulates his garments, his walks abroad, the number of
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON'S BREAD OXFORD v. SUPPLY. THREATENED STRIKE OF BAKERS. ULTIMATUM PREPARED. " No task work " is still the platform

LONDON'S BREAD OXFORD v. SUPPLY. THREATENED STRIKE OF BAKERS. ULTIMATUM PREPARED. " No task work " is still the platform

upon which the bakers of London (who demand 30s. for a week of 54 limns) take their stand. Wonderland, the scene of many a battle of another sort, was the venue of a mass meeting yesterday, and to a man the bakers re-affirmed the policy of no compromise. Strike notices ars now b
17 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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PRIVATE ADVANCES

PRIVATE ADVANCES

Arranged without Security to Ladies Gentlemen in sums from Ls to no t c fob:mist terms repayable a payments. 8 / 4 _ emit. to 33/4 Larger sums in proportion—luterest, in the Li. Strictest pnvacy assured. Special terms to Farmers. Professional Gentlemen. Teachers. Business Men an
17 February 1913 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
fore all things,” sang in stately verse the praise of the pious That was something of a prig, like the

fore all things,” sang in stately verse the praise of the pious That was something of a prig, like the

blameless Arthur himself, may be admitted without casting a slur upon Virgil’s matchless epic. We care as little to-day for the doctrine of Virgil as for the doctrine of Tennyson. We acknowledge that they were both poets and both masters of landscape, and that is enough for prai
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PALL MALL GAZETTE

THE PALL MALL GAZETTE

Editorial, Publishing and Advertisement Offices, 12-14, Newton-street, High Holhorn, London, W.C. Teleohone: 4,306 Gerrard (4 lines), 1,667 City. Telegrams: Palmaoaz, London. The Pall Mall Gazette is registered the General Post Office for transmission as news* paper. ENTERTAINME
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE PALL MALL GAZETTE, MONDAY, February 17, 1913. Editorial Offices : 12 and 14, Newton Street, W.C. Telephone ■ ■

THE PALL MALL GAZETTE, MONDAY, February 17, 1913. Editorial Offices : 12 and 14, Newton Street, W.C. Telephone ■ ■

4306 GEEEARD (Four Lines). Ttltgraphic Address Palmagaz, London.
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
DEMOCRACY AND ARMS.

DEMOCRACY AND ARMS.

Indications are not wanting that the noble crusade of Lord Roberts is beginning to bile deep into the minds of the people. The nation can still be stirred by the spectacle of self-devotion. Its heart is sound; its instincts generous. And when Lord Roberts appeals for the birth o
17 February 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England