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PARENT AIRSHIP.

PARENT AIRSHIP.

~ riaitt move is the commission• Hennes at Chatham as a pa:int ship attached to the naval Royal Flying Corps. When ui naval mancenvrea take place :e•r eadi battleship will carry its rs , -.Jeroplene, but this airange. t .it present nip:riled favourably Navy, ti. 4 it intc•feres
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A Citizen Army.

A Citizen Army.

Lord Roberts said: I desire to inaugurate a reform that in a few years from its becoming the law the land will provide for the defence of those islands a Citizen Army sufficient in numbers and efficiently trained. Sueh an Army, and such an Artily alone, will not only guard these
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. MARCONI'S STRONG PROTEST.

MR. MARCONI'S STRONG PROTEST.

'Name a Peg for Scandalous Accusations.'
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
HIGHER RAILWAY RATES.

HIGHER RAILWAY RATES.

WHY IT WILL COST YOU MORE FOR HOUSE. HOLD EXPENSES. Now that Parliament has given the railway companies power to in their rates, the cost of living will at once be affected, and commodities will cost more. Some idea of the new burden on the people may be gathered from the follow
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
OTHER OUTRAGES.

OTHER OUTRAGES.

Iditional outrages have • - I. Biehov's Park, Pelham glop. left behind the :ad give votes lc ellowtg to their .o on De La Warr estate, and paradin. Elalawt:i•rond, iscitepread. • , :aw partly Darned oat. ia Loudon. Porriour Leo Tai, valurd at • l'ioirt Crow. Ethan). at Southampt
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Majority against 4 The•following is au approximate analypis of the voting:—

Majority against 4 The•following is au approximate analypis of the voting:—

For. Against. tnion.iste Liberßl6 Nation&Lots 7 O'ltrienitto ..... 5 Labour Totals How Vets& The members of the Ministry voted as had been anticipated, those for the Bill in- , I uding Sir Edward Grey, Mr. Lloyd George, Sir Rufus Isaacs, Sir John Simon, Il Mr. Buxton, Mr. asterm
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE RIGHT OF EVERY ENGLISHMAN. No Power for Holding Trials in Secret. LAW LORDS' DECISION. Wife's Appeal Against "Perpetual Silence."

THE RIGHT OF EVERY ENGLISHMAN. No Power for Holding Trials in Secret. LAW LORDS' DECISION. Wife's Appeal Against "Perpetual Silence."

That the law of England does not provide for the hearing of twig' certain Oaceptionsi behind closed doors is, i n as words, the essence of an important Judgment arrived at by the Stivreme Court of the House of Lords, which nos reversed the ruling of the Divorce Court and the Cou
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF.

THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF.

VIOLIN RECITAL IN PRISON. To-day (Sunday) Liebman, the violinkt. will to the prieonere at Wormwood Scrubs. CHURCH'S 000th ANNIVERSARY. . . . - - tireeneteed. Esaex, Parish Church will commemorate its wuniverJary Sunday, June 17. SART AT " ZOO." For the tirot tune on record a rei
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WIFE AS "STEP-SISTER."

WIFE AS "STEP-SISTER."

Remarkable_ Bigamy_ Charge 2_ Sequel to Advertisement' for Housekeeper. William James Williamson, of Ashtonin-Makertield, was charged at tho Manchester City Police Court with bigamously marrying at Cheet ham Town on September Emily Cowell, his lawful wife, Higginson, whom be mar
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England