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OUR POINT OF VIEW. By R. B. SUTHRRL Worship Street, E.C., August 8, 1913.

OUR POINT OF VIEW. By R. B. SUTHRRL Worship Street, E.C., August 8, 1913.

There is a. furious Cricket v. discussion going on Tennis. as to the relative merits of cricket and lawn tennis. There is no doubt that tennis is growing in favour, and cricket is bound to suffer by t h appreciation of the other game. The Headmaster of Dulwich College has announ
8 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
orictioLE MULMIL

orictioLE MULMIL

MULMIL LR.—Mellor Road. Agent for Raleigh, and fiaabeam Cycles; R.S.A.. Deasy, and Darracq Cars. Dunlop 'lyres stocked. Accessories of every {clad. and Repairs promptly executed. Petrel and Oils. Telephone No.: 114 Cheadle Hulas. CHICHESTER. A. ANDRAWII- lohn Hull 'cores. 14. Nor
8 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
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8 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
"Cat and Mouse" Prisoners.

"Cat and Mouse" Prisoners.

Is the Government ashamed of its troublesome offspring, the " Cat and Mouse Act "? Although the periods of liberty allowed by the licencedissued to Mrs. l'unkhurst, Miss Annie Kenney, and Mr. George Lansbury have expired, these prisoners of the realm are, at the time of writing,
14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1013.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1013.

14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
RESOLUTIONS RECEIVED. Tyranny and Injustices Condemned Erith Branch condemns the imprisonment .4 Mr. George Lansbury and the attempts t.► Ai

RESOLUTIONS RECEIVED. Tyranny and Injustices Condemned Erith Branch condemns the imprisonment .4 Mr. George Lansbury and the attempts t.► Ai

p press free speech. It demands the attention .4 Parliament to the case of John Dewitt, who w us committed to the asylum by the Dartford niagiA gates on the report of a medical officer. who state', that he showed Socialistic tendencies.
14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
The Leicester Iy-Klectioa•

The Leicester Iy-Klectioa•

The Leicester Iy- Klectioa• The Cambridge branch also protests against t Ito action of the Executive of the Labour Party ui nut sanctioning the candidature of Alderman Banton at Leicester.
14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
WHAT TIM 00:

WHAT TIM 00:

TEM. The contractors are quite frank and take no pains to disguise their feelings —when among themselves.
14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
g4itcr c•Lix‘e44& PAV'etA.

g4itcr c•Lix‘e44& PAV'etA.

THE CASE FOR RAILWAY NATIONALISATION By Emil Davies. 16 PAGES. ONE PENNY. THE NATIONAL LABOUR PRESS. LTD.. STSMIDT. and Published by Semen. Leona rust. LTD.. at Blactfrlars Street. Kamnester; Leaden St . Bride . B Bosse. sallow , swam nett Sew Tack Peat OSce sewed-clam matia.
14 August 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1913. DEATH OF Di. E. A. FOX.I PARR HALL ORGAN. I GALLANT SCHOOLBOY. Long and Devoted Service to the Infirmary. NOTABLE CAREER.

THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1913. DEATH OF Di. E. A. FOX.I PARR HALL ORGAN. I GALLANT SCHOOLBOY. Long and Devoted Service to the Infirmary. NOTABLE CAREER.

- rOne who .will be chiefly remembered for devoted work on behalf of the Warrington Infirmary, passed away on Tuesday in the person of • Dr—Edward Austin Fox, J.P., for many years one of the best known medical practitioners in the borough. Since his.retirement from practice, abo
9 August 1913 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England