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MEETING THE MASTER.

MEETING THE MASTER.

On Friday afternoon the committee of the strikers interviewed Mr. S. A. Courtauld and Mr. S. Courtauld (with whom was Mr. Muhlhauser, manager of Braintree Mill) in the reading room at the mill, and the conference lasted for an hour and half. Mr. S. A. Courtauld. the head of the
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
TUESDAY'S EFFORTS.

TUESDAY'S EFFORTS.

On Tuesday morning the strikers met again, practically at full strength, at the Co-operative Hall at 10 o'clock, when the terms were examined, and it was stated that concessions had been made to all the girls except the 36 in the drawing department, who were the original cause o
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WOODFORD LADY AND DENTIST.

WOODFORD LADY AND DENTIST.

STRANGE TECHNICAL ASSAULT. At the Bow County Court Monday Judge Smyly had before him a somewhat peculiar action, in which a practising dentist was sued for damages for a technical assault for having administered cocaine to a lady patient, in extracting a tooth, when she had told
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ALARMING INCIDENT AT LANTERN LECTURE.

ALARMING INCIDENT AT LANTERN LECTURE.

lantern lecture was being given by clergyman at the Little Clacton Schools when the lantern caught fire owing to the gas tube leaking. Messrs. M. Freeman and F. Crampin, who were attending the lantern at the time, were severely burnt. On seeing the flames several of the audience
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HOCKLEY GIRL'S DEATH-

HOCKLEY GIRL'S DEATH-

STRANGE STOEY AT INQUEST. As the last up train the Great Eastern Railway was travelling between Hockley and Rayleigh Nov. 20, Mies Jessie Lindsey, of Middle Farm, Hockley, fell out compartment and received severe injuries to her head through coining into contact with a fence the
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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CYCLE AGENT CENSURED.

CYCLE AGENT CENSURED.

At Colchester Tuesday Wm. Crawford, a private of the East Lancashire Regiment, was charged with stealing, a bicycle, value £3, of Ernest Mortar, a cycle agent. Prosecutor said prisoner hired cycle for hour 011 Nov. 15, and witness had not seen the machine until that morning. Jam
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
POLICE OPPOSE SPEED LIMIT.

POLICE OPPOSE SPEED LIMIT.

Mr. R. C. Maxwell, an L.GJ3, Inspector, sat at the Town Hall, Leyton, on Monday, to hear evidenco for and against the imposition of a speed limit of ten miles an hour on motor cars on a portion of the Lea Bridge road at the junction of Hoe Street and High Road, Leyton. Tho appli
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WITH THIS SERVICES.

WITH THIS SERVICES.

Next month the Ist Middlesex Regiment, now at Aden, will leave be stationed at Warley. Lieut.-Colonel Frith this week gives command of the Ist Somerset Light Infantry, Cole host er. Major J. Brown, Commissary of Ordnance, Ordnance Department, recently employed at Warley, has tak
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
The Rev. G. C. Twist, vicar Castle Hedingham, from the pulpit regTetted that gambling was so prevalent, and he alleged

The Rev. G. C. Twist, vicar Castle Hedingham, from the pulpit regTetted that gambling was so prevalent, and he alleged

that gambling had been going on at the Village Cluu, a building which was presented to the parish to further the spiritual and moral welfare of the inhabitants. Capt. E. C. Dimsdale, Ist Rifle Brigade, Colchester, has been appointed Adjutant of the Ist Monmouthshire (T.) Regimen
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
COLONIAL intelligence LEAGUE.

COLONIAL intelligence LEAGUE.

MEET. • AT TERLING PLACE. Yesterd. Rayleigh held At Home at !' rling Place, when the Hon. Mrs. Norman Chair man the Colonial Intelligence League, and Mis 3 Percy Taylor, secretary, spoke Openings for Educated Women the Overseas Dominions." Lord Rayleigh, who presided, said that
28 November 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England