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We have secured a large and varied s ock of Girls' Winter Cants. Moderate Prices. Also Ladies' and Children,s Furs,

We have secured a large and varied s ock of Girls' Winter Cants. Moderate Prices. Also Ladies' and Children,s Furs,

etc. For Display, see Windows at 44 Shore Street, Anstruther.
23 October 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
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24 October 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
OUR POINT OF VIEW.

OUR POINT OF VIEW.

Wortlap Streit, E.C., October 24; 1913. honourable lords and gentlemen who own the means of life and govern us, at what sum in pounds, shillings, and pence they would assets the "damage "? If Death were to tows° Engnand's new Lord Chief Justiv, the Right Honourable Sir Rufus Isa
24 October 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
CLARION DRAMATIC SOCIETIES & THEIR USES.

CLARION DRAMATIC SOCIETIES & THEIR USES.

By NOM. ,t'ERLY speaking, the Clarion Dramatic Societies have two functions to perform, although these 'Aro functions can ultimately be resolved into a complete concord. On the one hand they should express them selves in an artistic sense as a Dramatic Society, and on the other
24 October 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL CLUB,E..

FOOTBALL CLUB,E..

Basccanzw.—Our team will play Nina or Sunday, and will be: Abbott (goal), B. Barlow G. Sumner, N. Heide*, J Sumner, B. bonnet W. H t orentre), J. Cosgrove B. Barlow J. Bennett. lick-off 2.90. bee yot get your tickets of the galas, Id. sack. Htrorn.—Alter a very gooc we best Gort
24 October 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
A RESTATEMENT OF THE CASE FOR SOCIAL'S& (Continued from pals 5.) the limited company system, the great majority of the

A RESTATEMENT OF THE CASE FOR SOCIAL'S& (Continued from pals 5.) the limited company system, the great majority of the

workpeople in England do not even know the names of the owners (the shareholders) in the concerns where they work. They toil blindly on, and the fruit of their industry is spirited away they know not whither and squander3d by they know not whom. Equally true is it that in the ma
23 October 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
BRITISH PEOPLE.

BRITISH PEOPLE.

dared that such explosions could be l►rovented if adequate precautions were taken. The problem, he said, is not insoluble, it only wants facing. Yet nothing has been done. Sir Arthur B. Markham is a coalownert
23 October 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913. agricultural labourer will be made to pay an m iclitional £6 15s. a year in interest

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913. agricultural labourer will be made to pay an m iclitional £6 15s. a year in interest

The Liberal Land Campaign can be turned to the advantage of the Labour and Socialist movement if we accept the opportunity it provides of popularising our ideal of nationalisation, and if we maintain an independent and critical attitude. At the same time the remaining items in o
23 October 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
WANTED.

WANTED.

APARTMENTS. SITUATIONS. &c. AdvertisAments are inserted in this Column at, the undertnentiuued Cheap Prepaid rates. car. 01Ice Week& seeks. 16 24 words 1/ 6 4. 3/.6 11/ 7/63 ........ 32 40 48 -9/- 21/6 Casb must accompany order and copy ia every case, and advertisements intmaded
23 October 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England