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LAUNDRY.

LAUNDRY.

ALADY RECOMMENDS GOOD LA,UNDRESS.--Bhirts, nightdresses, 3d.; sheets, tablecloths, 2d. and 3d.; towels, napkins, dusters, 9d. dozen ; chemises and drawers, led.; maids', Is. 3d. Linen returned Fridays.—Ossoass HAND LAUNDRY, 33, Osborne-road. Acton. OLD OAK FARM LAUNDRY, 3, bloom
7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
THE LABOUR MEMBERS' BETRAYAL OF WOMEN.

THE LABOUR MEMBERS' BETRAYAL OF WOMEN.

The Labour Members of Parliament have betrayed the cause of the working women. They have the power of life and death over the Government, not only because of their actual voting strength in the House of Commons, but because the very fact of their opposition would destroy the Gov
7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
A Review of the Week.

A Review of the Week.

The Labour Members' Dircreditable Policy. Throughout the Suffrage crisis, the Labour M.P.s have played a mean and discreditable part. First came their display of indecent haste to profit by the withdrawal of the Franchise Bill and the loss of the " opportunity " for women, which
7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
An Insult to Women's Intelligence.

An Insult to Women's Intelligence.

The resolution submitted to the Conference was an insult to the intelligence of women. It is believed by many who were present at the Conference that the delegates would willingly have carried a resolution instructing the Labour M.P.s to vote against the Government in the House
7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
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'News of the Militants.

'News of the Militants.

Certain newspaper accounts of roughness shown by tho crowd to Mrs. Drummond and members of her deputation who sought an interview with Mr. Lloyd George at Westminster turn out to have been very wide of the truth. What really happened was that the police—and many credible eye-wit
7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
7, 1913.

7, 1913.

7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE £250,000 FUND JANUARY 18 to JANUARY 22. a. d. 11Irtady aoknow- as. ed. Mists E. B. Clarke..

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE £250,000 FUND JANUARY 18 to JANUARY 22. a. d. 11Irtady aoknow- as. ed. Mists E. B. Clarke..

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7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England
 
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7 February 1913 - The Suffragette - London, London, England