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DEFENDER'S STORY.

DEFENDER'S STORY.

In his defence, defender denies that the a: ticles chimed are his wife's own property, arid contends that certain of them are either their j iint property, or belong to him personally. They are In his custody, he states, at Belmont, and would be available for her use in a suitab
31 July 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
WALLPAPERS from per roll. Any quantity large or small. Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250.000 Rolls, all classes. Write for patterns,

WALLPAPERS from per roll. Any quantity large or small. Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250.000 Rolls, all classes. Write for patterns,

stating class required. (Dept. 470), BARNETT WALLPAPER CO. LTD., Knotts Mill, Manchester.
31 July 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
LABOUR IN POWER.

LABOUR IN POWER.

Professor F. TARRIDA DEL MARMOL. There seem to me to be two possible attitudes and two only, for the Socialist working class, on the question of Parliamentarism. The one, for which there is much to say and which, in the main, has my sympathies, is the position sometimes termed a
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARTIAL LAW.

MARTIAL LAW.

The first despatch gives an account of the origin of the strike. On May 26 the manager of the New Kleinfontein Mine altered the hours of labour under• ground by abolishing the Saturday half-holiday. Under the Transvaal Industrial Disputes Act no such alteration can take place wi
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHOT ON SIGHT.

SHOT ON SIGHT.

Lord Gladstone fobs off the still worse massacres of Saturday, Jul• 5, by saying that " no reliable and connected account of events in Johannesburg is yet to hand "—not even two days later for the nominal head of the Government! A cutting from a Pretoria newspaper enclosed with
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FRUIT OF FIRST DAY'S PEACE CONFERENCE.

FRUIT OF FIRST DAY'S PEACE CONFERENCE.

It was officially announced in Bucharest last night that a five days' armistice had been signed. Immediately on the assembly of the conference, after M. Majorescu, a Roumanian delegate, had been elected President, M. Venezelos, the senior Greek delegate, announced that the deleg
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWO KINDS OF WAR.

TWO KINDS OF WAR.

Prom Our Parliamentary Representative. or COMMONS, Wednesday Night. The long arm of coincidence plays peculiar pranks. It did so to-night. When the House went into Committee on the War Office Vote Mr. Arthur Lee sounded a loud West on his jingo bugle and urged his brother scarem
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RIOTERS SENT TO PRISON.

RIOTERS SENT TO PRISON.

MAN STRUCK WHILE " CRACKING NUTS." When charges of rioting brought against nine Goraeinon men were resumed at Swansea Assizes yesterday prisoners gave evidence with a view toto disprove there was any riot as alleged by the police. Griffith Thomas. one of the accused, said he saw
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BLACK COUNTRY FUNDS. FURTHER DONATIONS FROM

BLACK COUNTRY FUNDS. FURTHER DONATIONS FROM

SYMPATHISERS. We have received the following additions to the fund for the relief of distress occasioned during the recent strikes in the Black Country : Amalgamated Society of Tailors and Tailoresses (West End Branch) Portsmouth and District Government Labourers' Vision Barry B
31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'. THURSDAY. JULY 31. 1913:

'. THURSDAY. JULY 31. 1913:

31 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England