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THE VETO OF ♦ TOWN CLINK.

THE VETO OF ♦ TOWN CLINK.

THE VETO OF TOWN CLINK. The Rochester. Chatham. (;illinghatn Trades anti Labour Council a great joint nouistrat ion Sunday morning in the Rochester itecreation Ground. arranging for Irtimieit:. and special but the is Clerk wrote objectier4 to h leer e special permisaion had not b
7 May 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY WORURS' WAGU. S..iith Western Di%isional Council paned resolution that "after taking into considet:i-ti..n the fact that £2,400.000 increase was

RAILWAY WORURS' WAGU. S..iith Western Di%isional Council paned resolution that "after taking into considet:i-ti..n the fact that £2,400.000 increase was

mad.. the railway companie, , as a reault of Railway Bill, also that sonie £600,000 went in ill , tease , ' pay, the Omni il a3ks the 1.1.. P. group in Parliament to demand a detailed return stating how these increases were made up, whether they were granted to the uniform atati
7 May 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
Boots and Shoes

Boots and Shoes

Which boar tho Trad• Union stamp upon them. Insist npon Union Stamped Geode when pur. chasim: your FGotwear, aid thins help in a practical way 11 - IE WORKER TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN GOOD WAGES. Further particulars can be obtained of E. L. Poulton, General Secretary of th• abova-n
19 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
BRITAIN AND THE WAR:

BRITAIN AND THE WAR:

A STUDY IN DIPLOMACY. C. IL NORMAN (limbos oi Essays b Letters Public Attain) PRICE On Pll/T. Peet Vr ORDIR FROM THE NATIONAL LABOUR PRESS La. 30, Blackfrian Street. St. Bride's Ikea% Saliba Seam EL
5 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE LABOUR LEADER.

THE LABOUR LEADER.

5 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
SOCIALIST REVIEW

SOCIALIST REVIEW

Frem any Nev,sagent to order, or post free from the PubliAter, 6d• Such...list Review, St. Bride's Ho..:sr., Salisbury Square, Lsadoa.
5 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
RESOLUTIONS.

RESOLUTIONS.

The Loyal rrincess Alexandra Lodge (Reading) of the Independent Order of Oddfellows. having over 1.000 members, heartily endorsts the demand now being made for one pound per week pension for the widows of soldiers and for soldiers permanently disabled, realising that not only is
5 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
Tfltli.SDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914.

Tfltli.SDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914.

10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
TRIBUTE FROM CANADA.

TRIBUTE FROM CANADA.

We are recching from other eion'trie3 a large number of tributes to the attitude of t!,. LI own. A corrropondent writes from Ivemnatk that "the world of democracy upon the Continent catching today, despite the censor, the action of British democracy. And, na I know from various
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE WAR WE ESCAPED.

THE WAR WE ESCAPED.

In his speech at Liverpool, on September Mr. Winston Churchill stated : " I came into office at the Admiralty after the Agadir crisis. I thought this war would have taken place then, if the Chancellor of the Ex. chequer had not gone to the Mansion House and made a speech." Of th
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England