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WOMEN'S WAGES.

WOMEN'S WAGES.

At a meeting of the Wornea's Institute, Constance Smith gave an address on the subject of "Women in Industry and the Living Wage." She remarked that women in industry had always represented and their position was aboolutely lament. and subject to all sorts of 'Rictustions. It se
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF. Trogedies mid Disasters.

NEWS IN BRIEF. Trogedies mid Disasters.

M. Charles Sterling, an English actor, committed suicide in the Campania on Saturday, and was buried at Believed to been swept off his feet by a wave and drowned, Mr. T. C. Brady, a barrister, has been farad dead or the beach at Greystooiss. County Wicklow. While an the Bath-roa
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
LET, a Cottage la Wellington Apply St. a Road,

LET, a Cottage la Wellington Apply St. a Road,

30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

As next Friday will be GOOD FRIDAY, the next issue of the JOURNAL will be published on Thursday morning. Correspondents are requested to send in their contributions as early in the week as possible, and not later in any event than by the 6 p.m. post on WEDNESDAY. No Advertiaemen
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
SPORTING NOTES.

SPORTING NOTES.

The 11 it-racing campaign has now begun real earnest, and excellent sport was witnessed at Lincoln on each of the three days. Veldt; ruled exceptionally large, and sonic difficulty was experienced in doding winners. Tbis is always the case in the opening wept* of the seances, 11
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 

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THREE PER CENT. OF RIMER.

THREE PER CENT. OF RIMER.

William Joseph Dawson. of Holborn, appeared before the Eastbourne magirtrales on Monday on a charge of selling adulterated butter. The Towu Council prosecuted, and the accutied shown to have issued circulars, some of which reached Eastbourne, offering pure Irish butter at Is. a
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
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Tr 0000 A. Tine 444. A girl named Aylott, aged of Wester road, Edmonton, fell into • aawpit at Bantamroad, Edmonton, and was caned by the machinery and killed. Mrs. Martha Rawlins, aced found dead with hee throat cut in a house at Walmer•street at the back of Queen Charlotte's Ho
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
NEVIIARKET PICTURE PALACE OP VARIETIES, GRAFTON STREET. Special Attractions For week commencing April lit. Extra Special Programme. G. W. Poster,

NEVIIARKET PICTURE PALACE OP VARIETIES, GRAFTON STREET. Special Attractions For week commencing April lit. Extra Special Programme. G. W. Poster,

The Popular Eccentric Comedian. Elsie Alden, The Dainty Comedienne and Dancer, Maudie Vero, Premier Young Comedienne. Special Star Pictures Include Auld Lang Syne, Grand Scotch Picture Vitagraph Masterpiece. Saved by Wireless, Thrilling Drama. Blackboard, A Pirate Drama. Special
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
BOOT REPAIRS. VIRACTICAL MEN kept to finish all work I. saute day as received. leather only used. Popular prices. Rubber

BOOT REPAIRS. VIRACTICAL MEN kept to finish all work I. saute day as received. leather only used. Popular prices. Rubber

tips fitted is heel • speciality. Established 14 yeare.-11. COOPIIB, Market Street. Newmarket..
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
GOOD FRIDAY. HOT CROSS BUNS. Coors BUNS Have made a NAME for themselves. WHY? Because they contain the best and

GOOD FRIDAY. HOT CROSS BUNS. Coors BUNS Have made a NAME for themselves. WHY? Because they contain the best and

purest ingredients possible to obtain. RESULT. Over 8,000 sold last year. (Ally addreas : The Cafe, Wellington St.
30 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England