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HOUPAT TOURS, ftp.

HOUPAT TOURS, ftp.

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30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE NOTTINGHAM DAILY THURgDAY, OCTOBER 80, and again fool *a psagia With fatee iwouuaaa . . . taka notice of

THE NOTTINGHAM DAILY THURgDAY, OCTOBER 80, and again fool *a psagia With fatee iwouuaaa . . . taka notice of

Mr. Ur* Oeargsfa sad to discus* them » directly play into hie hands We like that ifflmsasaly; it nth characteristically Tory utterance. In the first place it sauman that the land policy the Governmeat la purely personal venture on the part oi Mr. Lloyd Georgs; and in the second
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MR. BONAR LAW SITTINO ON THE FENCE.

MR. BONAR LAW SITTINO ON THE FENCE.

It was anticipated that when the Leader ol the Opposition went to Tyneside last night that would deliver speech which would clear the air in regard to the position the Unionist Party the Irish question. Instead doing so, nude speech which leaves matters, as appeal* to as, in exa
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
"MUM’S THE WORD.”

"MUM’S THE WORD.”

Hr. John Bolt Schooling is sraitl; portnrbsd, it soems, the great stir which the Liberal land reform policy it ia the caantry. At any rata wrote to the “Horning Foot’’ yesterday a commendably brief epietle in which suggested that in place of firing attention “Mi. Lloyd Oeorge’a
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ObaaoeUoz'e Reminder.

ObaaoeUoz'e Reminder.

‘The Bishop urges that as a preliminary step the ons thing indispensable to trace from militentism would definite prospect of Suffrage Bill *a ftret-daas measure/ well , Mr. Lloyd George has just reminded ns, look facte in the fare. And there ia important fact here which must re
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
UNIONIST PARTY

UNIONIST PARTY

Pledged to Back Up RmlsUiim in Ulster. l»st nisht Mr. Bonar Law diaeissed Home Bale, and Mid the pledge -tve Blenheim still held good that if the forced Ulster out of the Union without the sanction of the electors the whole Unionist Party would support them in their resistance.
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RIGHT KIND OP FATHER.

RIGHT KIND OP FATHER.

Young Harold woe lata in for Sunday school, and the minister inquired the cauae. "j waB fishing, bat father wouldn't let me," announced the lad. "That's the tight kind of a father to have.” replied the reverend gentlemen "Did explain the reason why would not let yon gnf” “Yee, a
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BODIES OR THE VOLTDBKO.

BODIES OR THE VOLTDBKO.

The »t«*mer Charloii. which found the Volturno mid'ocenn, has arrived Ymuiden with several articles from the burned hull. She reports having found four incinerated bodies, one that of child.
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Bavaria’s Insane Xonandi to 1w

Bavaria’s Insane Xonandi to 1w

Bavaria’s Insane Xonandi 1w King ta bsslongbren mad. The Bill, which has been laid before the Bavaria* Diet, consists of single danre, which that if the king Is prevented from physical mental malady from exercising his functions, and if and ten there prospect his regaini* ability
30 October 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England