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DANGEROUS TOY PISTOL.

DANGEROUS TOY PISTOL.

WEAPON CAPABLE OF WOUNDING FATALLY. Ralph Hillier (18), errand-boy, living at 21, itspenlea-road, Fulham, was charged on remand at West London Police Court with causing grievous bodily harm to Charles Marshment (12), living at 26, Aspenlea-road. Marshment stated that he and othe
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
POLLUTED WELLS TO BE SEALED.

POLLUTED WELLS TO BE SEALED.

The district council having jurisdiction over the village of Chalk, near Gravesend, have authorised the health officers to seal all wells, as they have been proved by analysis to be polluted. Three have already been closed. One death from typhoid has occurred, wiile 21 patients
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MELODIOUS ESPERANTO.

MELODIOUS ESPERANTO.

To the Editor of " The Daily Oitizon." Sir.—You remark that the speech of two fluent Esperantists was not melodious. I cannot, of course, say whether the speakers were correct in their pronunciation, but as they appeared to know the language, I imagine that they probably were. I
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLAPHAM "CITIZEh" WEEK.

CLAPHAM "CITIZEh" WEEK.

Clapham is to be one of the next suburbs of London to come out full-fronted for Daily eilivn. At a meeting of the Clapham Branch of the Independent Labour Party last evening, it was resolved that a special /roily Cilium circulation campaign must be held during the first week of
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IcURBEU.

IcURBEU.

the John Dicks Press; also " Sweetness and Light," from the " World's Bright Spirits," W. M. Thompson. Wm. FERRIES. 10, Hill place, Edinburgh. OLD BOOKS I do not know if von value old books or not, but you will have a better idea than me. I have several old books in my possession
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CKILDREN'S KNITTED COATS, etc.—Orden wanted by experienced knit; terms reasonable.-11ox Tee Daily Citizen." Fl ee t-street, /LC. COLLIERY ENGINE men

CKILDREN'S KNITTED COATS, etc.—Orden wanted by experienced knit; terms reasonable.-11ox Tee Daily Citizen." Fl ee t-street, /LC. COLLIERY ENGINE men

, used to winding. wants job at once, or as engineer, fitter. etc.; gone through the shops.—F. Hying West street, etonrbridge.
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
m e e N i gr ie n n t..2: it d h e.ire t l e i c p

m e e N i gr ie n n t..2: it d h e.ire t l e i c p

as so litr w r i t o im . y , r o o i r e e n r; . s g Le e a nt rai rapaira and pipe fitaing.—A.W.N., U. Kincaid-road, Peckham, S.E.
5 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION

A.B.E.—You had better send in a notice of the acct. dent in the form givfm in Willis's book and add that you claim compensation under the Workmen's Compensation Act. fiend it by registered poet or deliser it by hand. If your sen was really doing something outside the scope of hi
4 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VEINIER W1152/0 AND OURZ.

VEINIER W1152/0 AND OURZ.

VEINIER AND " Lady Cicely Batllie-Hamilton is the latest recruit to the fire brigade," says the Daily Sketch. Plain hose, or fancy? The Times says that America has a " great material stake " in the other American Republics. In 11,ezico it is more of a hot-pot than a stake, so far
4 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England