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,• POLITICAL HALF-CASTE."

,• POLITICAL HALF-CASTE."

POLITICAL HALF-CASTE." MRS. SNOWDEN'S DESCRIPTION OF MR. JOHN BURNS. Mrs. Philip Snowden delighted an audience of MO people in the Tyne Theatre, Newcastle, hat night, with • lecture entitled "Peeps at Parliament Through a Woman's Eyes." Commenting on the difficulties of political
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
D.C.

D.C.

10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIBERAL PARTY SICK.

THE LIBERAL PARTY SICK.

In our view the figures of the pollings at Reading and Linlithgow express the public disgust at the Government's conduct regarding the situation in Dublin. When criminal justice is degraded to perpetrate a scandal like the trial and sentence of James Larkin; when the offence of
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STRUCK WITH GOLF CLUB.

STRUCK WITH GOLF CLUB.

A disturbance which arose about child ren resulted it a fine of 20s. and costs each being in;p•.sed at Buxton on Saturday on two brothers, Walter and Benjamin Cox. of Fairfield. who were summoned for assaulting Florence Knowles. When Mrs. Knowles complained about the children sh
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
tHE DAILY CITIZEN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1913.

tHE DAILY CITIZEN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1913.

10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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BRILLIANT KEEPER.

BRILLIANT KEEPER.

BURY UNABLE TO SCORE AFTER GOOD COMBINED EFFORTS. Bury Well over 10,000 spectators witnessed the tussle at Gigg-lane between Bury and Clapton Orient, the decisicn—a goalless draw—flattering the Oriental vastly. As a matter of fact, Bury had at least two-thirds of the game, and v
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OTHER RE,ELTS.

OTHER RE,ELTS.

Central League—Manchester United I. Burr. 0 ban Port Vale 2, Bolton Wand 1; *Crewe Alexandra 1. Huddersfield Town 0. 'Southport II; Oldham 1. bridge Celtic 3. Blackpool 0; *Stockport County 2, Mat chester City 'Burnley 2, Liverpool 0; Founds.* 'Preston 1; •Everton Blackburn Rove
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WAIOROUS RECITATIONS for Young Folk, " When Li Father Made the Tea." sad See others. Post Free Sixpence, poetsl order.—Author.

WAIOROUS RECITATIONS for Young Folk, " When Li Father Made the Tea." sad See others. Post Free Sixpence, poetsl order.—Author.

102. Upton•lane, forettegate. BONUS FENT ROUSE—The beet and cheapest Roue trade. 'Pert a Foot Business and money, also • bcnus. ty selling my Remnants of Prints, Ind:goes. Ovesa(ls, Aprons, Blouse arths, samllwares, etc staiogue of bargains sent free. My 10s. petrel maks+ (coney
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE

Resolutions which will be moved at the meetings of the council of the National Liberal Federation at Leeds, on November 26 and 27, deal with education, the land, and the question of international relations and armaments. On the subject of education the resolution reads : " That
10 November 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England