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Pmcs Negotiation* Committee.

Pmcs Negotiation* Committee.

THE above Committee, at its last meeting, determined that, if possible, the memorial to the Prime Minister should be presented during the month September. All local committees and branch secretaries are asked to do their best during the next few weeks to get as many signatures a
19 August 1916 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
RAILMEN S ATTACK ON FOOD THIEVES By George Lansbury

RAILMEN S ATTACK ON FOOD THIEVES By George Lansbury

Committee appointed to inquire into the causes of high I food prices and find remedies for same had better hurry up. -1- Exploiters and monopolists who are hungry for profits won't wait. Coal prices, even the midst of summer, are steadily rising. The Board of Trade is so alarmed
19 August 1916 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
SPORTING NOTIONS

SPORTING NOTIONS

A BARKING boiWtnakrr. who |i«y« me the of that Iw lias never my nut«e since the month in which the Dak Hkbai.ii Imitii, asks could inform iiim of the onc«|iotiaiM of famous fighters Wore they marie bit; ns me* inside the hempen sous*. the subject is interest to rnailerH, 1 herew
19 August 1916 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
NEW YORK PRICES

NEW YORK PRICES

NEW YORK Thursday. market steady throughout. Day's .ri 490 000 shares Closing Bids Closing Bids Call Honey Steady General Electric .. 17J Atchison Top. .. 49 Int. Nickel 241 Bait and Ohio .14; Nat Lead 1451 Can Par'.flc ...13| Radio Corp Illinois Central 10 Royal Dutch Pel. . Yo
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
BEYOND CONTROL OF PARENTS

BEYOND CONTROL OF PARENTS

THE blue-eyed, fair-haired year-aid pocket Raffles Bushey (Herta), exploits hat* baffled the police, fare a Children's Court at yesterday. This was done at the Inst— rj his father under Section M the new Children's Act on the that the boy beyond the cmtM of his parents. The poli
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
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21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
LVOITS OEPLEU

LVOITS OEPLEU

give you a GOOD DEAI J. Lyon. Co. Ltd. Halt, lo*4aa. W. 14. '• |
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
TALKING ABOUT... by Spike Hughes

TALKING ABOUT... by Spike Hughes

Mr. Editor." the letter If ran. "I have read your paper now for many years. I think Spike Hughes wonderful. so I think it would be nice you bought a boat to go to the South Seas in. " It will only cost you And then there will be the nets needed for Ashing. Since I've been reader
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
TOO MUCH FORCE ALLEGED

TOO MUCH FORCE ALLEGED

INQUIRY INTO COMPLAINT BY WORKLESS Supt. Valentine. Chief-Inspector Wells, and Inspector Burnham. of E Division Metropolitan Police yesterday conducted an inquiry into an allegation by a section of the National Unemployed Workers Movement that a policeman brutally handled member
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
FOUR FOR LAMBETH

FOUR FOR LAMBETH

Four candidates are now in the field for the North Lambeth by-election. They are: Mr a. R. Strauss lLab ). Mr J. W Simpson (Lib ). Mr S Murkham iMacDonalditel, and Mrs. Allc« ti. Brown independent).
21 September 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England