AND AGRICULTURAL MERCHANTS, 16, 20, and 22 EASTGATE, INVERNESS. HARVESTING MACHINERY. WOOD'S "ADMIRAL" MOWERS, The only New Mower of the Century. WOOD'S "NEW CENTURY" LIGHT DRAUGHT BINDER. WOOD'S SELF-ACTING ALL STEEL HAY RAKES. "ALBION" MOWERS, REAPERS, AND BINDERS. BAMFORD'S H
July 10, 1909 - Highland News - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
Dna 611,—Your remarks re Stock Exchange swindles and their seductive literature sent to those with money to invest reminded me of another set of swindlers who also send out literature to those who wish to tide over a temporary difficulty by offering to advance loans without sure
SUNDAY, JULY 25, Deftom of Morley Street. at 7 o'clock. Mrs. JOHN PENNY (Bho4Held). No Service at Labour Institut*. FARNWORTIE AND DISTRICT I.L.P. AND LABOUR CHURCH.—Saaday, July 25. at 10.45 a.w. and 6.30 p.m., ea Market Groaml. Speaker, Mr. C. Yorbss Lair (Manchester).
THU EVUNT 01 , TN, MASON. 8017TH LONDON FEDERATIO.N TRI I.L.P GRAND FETE AND GARDEN PARTY IRTTIRDAT, JULY U, 1900, at 2.30 p m., in Grounds of HOLLAND HOUSE. Ol►phma Common, So u th Side. opposite Right!Aisle Lana Trans Stop (o the Tuatlag L. 0.0. Trani Ituute). .1. KEIR HARDIE,
SUTTON PARK AUGUST RANK IfOLIDAV. I p.a. J. Kiln HARDIE. M.P. J. RAMSAY MakoDONALD, M.P. a. R. BARNES, M.P. T. F. RICHARDS, M.P. Cheap Iran tram all parts. Parttoulsre 1 G. R. Bhepheerd, U. Orra Rout bmall OLDHAM I.L.P.—Saturday, Market, Renshaw Street, 7.45, Mr. A. 9f. Other. S
the Record was broken by 37 miles by Mr. J. H. BISHOP disaomoat who rode 513 miles, 1436 yards. Out of the 9 riders who finished, in addition to the FIRST, th. THIRD, FOURTH, & FIFTH men also rode Rudge-Whitwortle. THE MACHINES RIDDEN WIRE No. 4 Aero-Special Path Racers, 16.15,0
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By J. RAMSAY MACDONALD, M.P. A survey of past activities and a statement of problems confronting the Party in the near future, more particularly the problem of the relation between Socialist propaganda and Parliamentary government.
July 9, 1909 - Labour Leader - London, London, England