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SPRING FLOWERS PLENTIFUL

SPRING FLOWERS PLENTIFUL

EFFECT OF THIS YEAR'S MILD AUTUMN. The news may come as a severe blow to our cherished traditions, but it is a fact which must admitted that onr time-honoured Christmas decorations are gradually giving place to new. A decade ago our Yuletide decorations. so far as nature supplie
24 December 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DUBLIN'S BLACK CHRISTMAS.

DUBLIN'S BLACK CHRISTMAS.

CIVIC LEAGUE FUND TO MD SEARCH FOR TRUTH. Public opinion in Dublin is now definitely on the side of the men, but the employers persist in their policy of flouting the citizens. No more striking commentary could be made on the attitude of the employers than the letter of the Roma
24 December 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MEMORIAL HALL CONFERENCE.

MEMORIAL HALL CONFERENCE.

Bury branch of the Amalgamated Society of L6comotive Engineers and Firemen have pawed a resolution protesting against the action of the Parliamentary Committee of the Trade Union Congress in delaying the conference relative to the Dublin dispute, ostensibly .to obtain the opinio
24 December 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOY BURGLARS. MAGISTRATE'S WISH THAT THEY COULD BE BIRCHED.

BOY BURGLARS. MAGISTRATE'S WISH THAT THEY COULD BE BIRCHED.

Two Ashton boys, Albert Sterling and Frank Wrigley, who were arrested at Ashton last week after being charged in connection with a series of, burglaries and bound over, appeared at the Dukinfield Police Court yesterday on remand. They were charged with breaking and entering two
24 December 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WITHOUT PREJUDICE. THE DAILY CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 191

WITHOUT PREJUDICE. THE DAILY CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 191

EXHIBITION. children at their play. We are glad there is so much of all this; glad there are so many moved by the spirit of brotherliness and good will to bring some light and colour into the lives of others. But that other darker picture will not pass out of our minds. Our mind
24 December 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LITTLE MOTHER. THE TRAMP'S LOT AT CHRISTMAS.

THE LITTLE MOTHER. THE TRAMP'S LOT AT CHRISTMAS.

I wonder how many people, especially among the well-to-do classes, really understand what it means and feels like to he " on tramp " at Christmas time, without a coin of any description in one's possession, and, worse still, no prospect of obtaining one? The professional tramp s
24 December 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1913.

WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1913.

24 December 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
`MAKE A NOTE OF IT" How often one hears those words. and how seldom is it convenient to "make a

`MAKE A NOTE OF IT" How often one hears those words. and how seldom is it convenient to "make a

note of it - -but IN THE I.L.P. DIARY FOR 1914 there is a place for every Note. Articles Lent. Addresses, Cash Statement. Letter Register. also Caleodars for 1914 and 1915. and paged Diary of Dates. together with useful Postal, Political, and General Information. MIL 64 71; Leat
24 December 1913 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
PALACE THEATRE, PRESTON. Proprietors; WILLIAM HENRY BROADHEAD and SON. NIGHTLY, 6-40 and 9 0. MATINEES, Friday and Saturday. Doors open

PALACE THEATRE, PRESTON. Proprietors; WILLIAM HENRY BROADHEAD and SON. NIGHTLY, 6-40 and 9 0. MATINEES, Friday and Saturday. Doors open

2-0. Commence 2-30. TONIGHT WEDNESDAY), December 24th, ami During the Week, NO PERFORMANCE CHRISTMAS DAY. with Miss A. K. F. Hornimtui. MAJ ALLEN’S COMPANY the Great LANCASHIRE PLAY that w BREAKING EVERYWHERE. “KINDLE K E S’*' STANLEY HOUGHTON. fc . *>• PRICES OF ADMISSION; 9d.,
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

The Christmas Games. “VERITAS.” With poor open tho holiday pro- great not bo hoped for North chances in the remainder of the Christmas games. course u draw better than defeat, and one point better than none, but measures will not much to raise the Proton team to position of -«af
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England