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DAB'. SEPTEMBER

DAB'. SEPTEMBER

success. You must take the trouble to writs again relative to the apples, raving whether you desire dessert or cooking varieties and whether they are to be planted on walls or in the open garden. TR ANSPL4XTIN G Rosts IL. A. E.. Portsmouth) . —Yes, you can transplant the ruses a
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED NEW JOBS FOR OLD.

WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED NEW JOBS FOR OLD.

AND Until further notice we shall reserve space for the benefit of readers of " THE DAILY CITIZEN " who may be without work and want it, or who may have work and want to have a change. On Page 1 will be found a free Advertisement Coupon, which will entitle the reader to an adver
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
don't think I can either.

don't think I can either.

e was lying. There is not a shadow of against him now. He must have a kink sin somewhere. Anyway he does extrathings. I don't understand him. You why I fail to understand the life he is .4ing this moment in London." " You mean all this was made public, and that his name is publi
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMALGAMATED UNION OF OPERATIVE BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS.,

AMALGAMATED UNION OF OPERATIVE BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS.,

Journerman Baker and Confectioner should join the shore Union in order to as,- iii obtaining an maintaining better conditions of tabour and increased remoueration. The objerts 01 arc : To secure the Statutory Limitation of the Hours of Labour by Act of Parliament To secure the C
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED TRY-TRY-TRY-AGAIN!

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED TRY-TRY-TRY-AGAIN!

THE THINGS WHICH HAVE NEVER BEEN DONE ARE THE THINGS WHICH HAVE GOT TO BE DONE. THE MEN WHO WILL DO IT ARE THE TRIERS. IS BY LIFE THE LET ACHIEVING THE IMPOSSIBLE-THE WORLD MOVES. MEANS-ACTION-GROWTH-PROGRESS - MOVEMENT. DEAD-ARE ALL ORGANISED-IN CEMETERIES. US ORGANISE THE LIVI
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tradoulliollism at ja b &C C o ., Ltd. STATEMENT FROM THE WORKERS' POINT OF VIEW. There was a dispute

Tradoulliollism at ja b &C C o ., Ltd. STATEMENT FROM THE WORKERS' POINT OF VIEW. There was a dispute

at a flour mill at Lucan, and a load of flour was sent from their mill to Jacob's possibly as a test to see what Jacob's men would do with it. Jacob's man refused to handle the flour, and was told to put on his coat and go home. Other men refused and were dismissed. It should be
6 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VALUABLE MOTOR SPIRIT.

VALUABLE MOTOR SPIRIT.

SCHEME FOR THE CONVERSION OF WASTE OIL. Presiding at the statutory meeting of the British Motor Spirit Syndicate, Ltd., yesterday afternoon, the chairman. Mr. Alfred Armitage, said that, the process of Mr. Lamplough, which had been acquired by the company for converting waste oi
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY

What then is the proposition! It is that trade unions should bestir themselves, that they should not organise industrially alone, but that they should concern themselves with the whole life of the workers. Youth will have sport. It will take it from the employers and be grateful
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WASTIO LOYALTY

WASTIO LOYALTY

Again, the branch secretary is faced with the difficulty of attracting new members—apprentices just out of their tame, or young fellows new to the trade. What a powerful attraction the athletic club would be! It would be more natural for a lad to join it than to join any other c
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WILL LIVERPOOL MAKS A CAPTURE?

WILL LIVERPOOL MAKS A CAPTURE?

There are some football managers who are immensely popular and able to tap particular sources. One of these is Mr. Tom 'Watson. the Liverpool Club secretary, in himself an astute judge of a player. I hear that he is likely to secure a prominent Scottish forward if all goes well
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England