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BUSINESS NOTICES.

BUSINESS NOTICES.

"THE DAILY CITIZEN" Advertisement Offices. f 2, Fleet-street, London, E.C. London Telephone, 6273 Clty. Replies to Advertisements appearing in "THE DAILY CITIZEN can be received free of charge at the Advertisement Offices. 9E, Fleet-street. E.C., and 34, Blackfrlars•street, Manc
1 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PEASANTS' REVOLT. Is the age-long slavery of the agricultural labourers breaking down? The rural worker has lagged far behind

THE PEASANTS' REVOLT. Is the age-long slavery of the agricultural labourers breaking down? The rural worker has lagged far behind

all other workers, and in many districts his status in the eyes of parson, squire, and farmer is hardly removed from that of the mediaeval serf with the brass collar about his neck. He has been treated as if he were a spiritless clod, without hope or ambition, and often he has s
1 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CARLISLE,

CARLISLE,

!Lk—HOLM BILL HANDICAPOi km. furlongs. M lb st lb Santa Rita Sir Tristram Caledonian 'sublime Derby Lad Beacon Fir: Dancing David Wharram 2.3O.—SOLWAY HANDICAP SELLING PLATE of 4106. One mite. ys at 111 71 st rl 5 9 0 • Spangles Kerry Red Jacket 4 7 0 Pride of Cuba .. 4 P Dream
1 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
£lOO,OOO CASTLE

£lOO,OOO CASTLE

BURNED DOWN. HOSE-PIPE SEVERED AND WINDOWS OPEN. Ballikinrain Castle, the seat of the Orr- Ewings, situated at Balfron, between Stirling and Glasgow, was yesterday burned to the ground. The castle, one of the most magnificent buildings in Scotland, was erected amid beautiful sur
1 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO ADM "DAILY

TO ADM "DAILY

PILFA IN ALL ITS FORMS.—Silent sufferers , do not hesitate; give Waldron's Patent Pills a trial. Sure, genuine remedy; never known to fail; avoid operation. Is. lid. 56 pills.—R. Waldron Sons, Alum Rock. Birmingham. IOTICIES. SAAB BAND WANTED to play Dean and Chapter Lodge to an
1 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MISSING INDIAN NECKLACE AFFIDAVIT BY PRINCE

MISSING INDIAN NECKLACE AFFIDAVIT BY PRINCE

RANJITSINHJI. Deposit;.,n, , by the Jam of Nawanagar (Prince Hanjitsinhji, the celebrated Sussex cricketer) were put in yesterday in a claim in the King's Bench Division by Mrs. Margaret Heasman, to recover a ruby and emerald necklace, or its value. The plaintiff is the wife of
17 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON PR ODIT F..

LONDON PR ODIT F..

LONDON. Wednesday. Sugar: British refined. unchanged, trade m.let; Continental granulated, ready done Ms. Mid.; beet dull, August sellers 9s. Old. Coffee: Steadier; December sold 40s. 6d. Tea: Unchanged. like: Unchanged. lute: Dearer; August sellers kn. 15s. Hemp: Firmer. Shella
17 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RISING RENTS.

RISING RENTS.

PLEA FOR MUNICIPAL HOUSING. The continued raising of rents of artisans' houses in Leicester has roused the workers more than anything else for many years. Liberal and Tory workmen are now asking the Labour leaders how the rapacity of the landlords can be circumvented. Many adher
17 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
JUDGE'S PROTEST AGAINST NEGLECT OF PASSENGERS.

JUDGE'S PROTEST AGAINST NEGLECT OF PASSENGERS.

Indifference to the comfort of their passengers is the charge laid against the Great Eastern Railway Company by Mr. Justice Eve in a letter which appeared in the TimPs yesterday. An accident to an express train, involving loss of life and damage to the permanent way, occurred at
17 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THREE CHILDREN SUFFOCATED

THREE CHILDREN SUFFOCATED

IN BED. Returning to her home after a brief visit to her neighbour, Mrs. Hanlon, of Shanagulden, county Limerick, found her three children, two boys and a girl, whom she had left alive and well, dead in bed. The room was filled with thick smoke caused by the burning of the kitch
17 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England