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Prime Beef and Vegetables , in little cubes . One cube of Ivelcon ajided to a breakfast cupful of boiling

Prime Beef and Vegetables , in little cubes . One cube of Ivelcon ajided to a breakfast cupful of boiling

water makes the most delicious beef-beverage you have ever tasted . 6 cubes 6 d ., 12 cubes 1 / -, 50 cubes 3 / 6 . Of Grocers and Stores
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LANCASHIRE COTTON ; TRADE ACTION OF FEDERATION OF MASTERS

LANCASHIRE COTTON ; TRADE ACTION OF FEDERATION OF MASTERS

GENERAL LOCK-OUT URGED . ; :: The following- official report was issued to . th . o Press last evening b y the Committee of the" Federation of Master Cotton Spinners' Association : — ' A special meeting of tho members of the General Committee of the Federation of Master . Cotton
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NEWT IN CAITHNESS

THE NEWT IN CAITHNESS

Holomill , by Forfar , September , 29 , 1 = 13 . p | Sie , —I have just read Mr John Anderson ' s letter | £ - on this subject . His statement- is correct . Thfi ife newt occurs in the Thurso district , but whether it M can be said to occur' throughout the ecnntv I am pi unable
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
iTECTS OF A LOCK-OUT

iTECTS OF A LOCK-OUT

43 MILLION SPINDLES WILL BE STOPPED . A lock-out will affect forty-three million spindlos , and , provided an early . settlement is not reached , fho weaving industry will bo stopped . If tho whole industry is shut down , about six hundred thousand workpeople will bo idle . . Th
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
democratic position had been taken up . It -was made clear that the Parliament Act was . going to be

democratic position had been taken up . It -was made clear that the Parliament Act was . going to be

used for certain specific purposes . One of those purposes was the passage of the Rule Bill for Ireland . They intended to use the power given to them , and he hoped they would use it aright to the end of the chapter . ( Cheers . ) A , certain section of Ireland called Ulster—it
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TOBLIF ^( pOTpW mr heaJy ; States ei ^ oyers ' ••• : > - ;; ; .: ^ ¦; : ; :. CA ; ^ . > -: ; : ; V \ t ; ^ ; ' TYRANNY OF LAJtKrmSMi

TOBLIF ^( pOTpW mr heaJy ; States ei ^ oyers ' ••• : > - ;; ; .: ^ ¦; : ; :. CA ; ^ . > -: ; : ; V \ t ; ^ ; ' TYRANNY OF LAJtKrmSMi

A MOCKERY OF : TRADE UNIONISM . : SlE GEORGE AsKWUBL and his colleagues , forming tho Court appointed by the Board of Trade to inquiro into tho dispute in Dublin met again ; yeste , rday in tho Privy Council Chamber of Dublin Castlo . Tho Topra was crowded by the public . The Co
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ipte u ik * mim , . H . | Inveravonbank , Perth ^ October 1 , 1913 . |^

Ipte u ik * mim , . H . | Inveravonbank , Perth ^ October 1 , 1913 . |^

j Sin , —Ought the recent fight in Sonw-liland to be , | p | called a "disaster ? " The Colonial Secretary ' s ' 0 g example in using this word seems to be universally j& followed , to the great detriment of that prestige % J with which wohold our vast Empire . | bS According to
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TRADE AFFAIES

TRADE AFFAIES

DUNDEE JUTE TRADE TROUBLE . In Dundee a rather uneasy feeling prevails regarding the possibility of a general lock-out in the jute trade . The sixty double-framo spinners who are tho original cause of the trouble have been interviewed by the officials of tho Unions with a view t
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH POLITICAI MEETINGS .

SCOTTISH POLITICAI MEETINGS .

SIR JOHN DEWAR AND MR MORISON IN SKYE . THE LAND QUESTION AND HOME RULE . Under the auspices of Inverness-shire Liberal Association , a public meeting : was held at Portreo last night for the purpose of introducing Mr T . B . Morison , K . C ., as prospective Radical candidate f
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
3 er sdwjjid caesonrs eeply t ^ me redm ( md ; '

3 er sdwjjid caesonrs eeply t ^ me redm ( md ; '

0 COMPROMISE ON NATIONALIS TERMS . ' ¦ ' . . ' . ' • '
2 October 1913 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland