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6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
4.3O—STAMk'ORD THREEyEAR•OLD PLATE of £l,OOO.

4.3O—STAMk'ORD THREEyEAR•OLD PLATE of £l,OOO.

One mile. Mr. F.. Hutton's F. Wootton 1 Mr. Larnaeh's AGAPANTHI'S. R. 5 D. Maher 2 Mr. Whitney's PANDEAN. 8.7 1 B. Martin 3 Also ran: Ambrol (FO3O. OR at 4.33 inner trained by Wootton. Betting: 8 to 1 on Fairy sing. 10 to 1 asst Pandean. and '2O to 1 agat other. Won hr three len
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOTOR-CYCLIST KILLED.

MOTOR-CYCLIST KILLED.

The death is reported of Jock McNiel, a Scottish motor cyclist Who has been racing in the United States for some time. Out of sheer bravado McNiel attempted to ride the vertical boards at the top of the track at Atlanta, and after completing one circuit lost control and crashed
3 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH OPERATIVES ON

PETERBOROUGH OPERATIVES ON

STRIKE. Because of the dismissal of a moulder named Hollis from the Great Northern Railway's foundry at Peterborough the other men in the foundry have struck. The railway officials have refused to receive a deputation from the men, who have now referred the matter to the executi
3 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TER EXILL LORD LIZIITZRART.

TER EXILL LORD LIZIITZRART.

TER LORD " Larkin has been working wonders among the unskilled workers," he said. " They poured into the Unions, and the organisation of the unskilled men gave a tremendous impetus to the regular trades. Every organisation increased its strength; even the women, who were never or
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
A NOTE ON CONGRESS. Wanted—A Stage Manager. We got off amid a chorus of approbation. A Bishop blessed us, a

A NOTE ON CONGRESS. Wanted—A Stage Manager. We got off amid a chorus of approbation. A Bishop blessed us, a

Canon regarded us as indispensable to the community, the great organ of Lancashire opinion pronounced us pontifically " the chief ally of law and order," while lesstr papers not only inserted our photographs, but also, very kindly and necessarily, enough biography to make it pla
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE DUMB MUSE.

THE DUMB MUSE.

Scurrying Fritz laboured in the kitchen of the castle. The smoke and the heavy odours, the heat and the chef's cursing, the first cook's fuming and the kitchen boy's hustling impressed one that here was a miniature inferno. They called him " kitchen boy," but he wasn't a boy. Tw
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE CASE FOR RAILWAY NATIONALISATION By Emil Davies. ONE PENNY.

THE CASE FOR RAILWAY NATIONALISATION By Emil Davies. ONE PENNY.

16 PAGES► TEE NATIONAL LABOUR PRESS. BucEmma &ram.
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
C-W-S SOAPS

C-W-S SOAPS

The QUALITIES ARE 'RIGHT. The PRICES ARE RIGHT. :: EVERY Kind for Every Puy Fer Washlog Day-- Use LAUNDRY BELLE. For the Kitchen — Use BRAXO DRY SOAP and PULVO for Paw. For Cluitag Woodwork, its.— PULVO for Paint. For tki Mkt — 0.W.8. TOILET SOAPS For Use O.W.S. SHAVING STICK Fa
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
DEAD IN BULKS AND OXON ?

DEAD IN BULKS AND OXON ?

A Challenge from an Zditoc. Sir,—Two or three years ago a party of young bloods from Ruskin College, Oxford, often visited Abingdon and the neighbouring villages on Saturday evenings. These young enthusiasts organised meetings on the Market-place and village greens. They told th
4 September 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England