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OUR POINT OF VIEW.

OUR POINT OF VIEW.

By R. B. Labour unrest does The not appear to le impotent subsiding and strikes Labour Party. are in progress in various parts of the country. Gunboats have been sent to Leith to keep the peace between the dockers and their employers, and Labour leaders have rushed into speech t
25 July 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
C. K. CHESTERTON'S Weekly Article appears in Saturday's "DAILY HERALD"

C. K. CHESTERTON'S Weekly Article appears in Saturday's "DAILY HERALD"

25 July 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
MRS PANKHURST AR R RSTED.

MRS PANKHURST AR R RSTED.

Doubts to the whereabouts of Mr. Parkhurst, however, went dispelled Monday owning for aftttr an exciting seem. and a fierce struggle, she was again placed under arrest and oonveyod to Holloway Prison. The arrest took plaos during the progress of a Women'', Social and Political U
25 July 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
STOMACH-HEADACHES.

STOMACH-HEADACHES.

Those throbbing, piercing h.adaches, which hinder you in your work and make life hardly worth the living, aro often due to some derangement of the diswtive system. It is well to member that indigestion does causecauso headaches, so does liver trouble and oonstijration. An occasi
25 July 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
T.l.•s Prodictioa.

T.l.•s Prodictioa.

Mr T. P. onnoi. M.l'.. speaking at a Liberal demonstration at Deviz,n4 said, in spite of the threats and offers of compromise, which amounted to no more than that the Peers retained their old right to veto the Home Rul, and the Welsh Disestablishment Bill, in spite of any number
25 July 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 

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Bowling Notes graham Trophy Contest. Two Canmore Rinks for the Final. The Club

Bowling Notes graham Trophy Contest. Two Canmore Rinks for the Final. The Club

25 July 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
LARGEST COVid I 9 CUICU4TIOII.

LARGEST COVid I 9 CUICU4TIOII.

LARGEST COVid I 9 The largest gold coin in circulation is the gold or "loof," of .►twin, • French colony in Euat Africa. It is a eat, round, gold piece, and on It 1, written in Irdian ink its value, which is about £65. The neat-sued coin to thin valuable but estiemely awkward one
25 July 1913 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Con than be • Settlement? The debate had a deep r interest this ita mediate object on &mount the speech made by Mr John Redmond. The Nationale* larder reH wetted that the Government could sot me ills! way to a plan of completing the' Land Purchase scheme by payments entirely in
25 July 1913 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A RIUT LIANT CAREER.

A RIUT LIANT CAREER.

tieneral was succeeded by Jam,* Andrew. his third eon, who had a brilliant career. In 1837. at the age of 25 ycari. he waa returned to Parliament for Badding. too. On the death of his father. in 8188. he sueee.d•d to the• title, and became Tim-President of the Board of Trade. an
25 July 1913 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland