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ANGLING NOTES. HULL WORKMEN'S HAUNT THREATENED. By J.M.M.

ANGLING NOTES. HULL WORKMEN'S HAUNT THREATENED. By J.M.M.

Hull anglers are living in great anxiety consequent on a proposal by the Hull Council to allow trade affluent to be turned into the River Hull. A deputation from the Hull Amalgamated Anglers' Association have interviewed a subcommittee of the Council on the matter, and the latte
February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES. clanged_ Advertisements under headings Situations %scant, .‘Vanttd, Agencies , Apartamnia, Li te rary,. M i scellaneous, Cycles, Typewriters. Properties for Sale and To Let, Id. per wo rd; Minimum, 12 words, la. All Editions Ser
February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FORTS FOR DARDANELLES

FORTS FOR DARDANELLES

PARIS, Friday. According to a telegram from Constantinople, the Minister for War yesterday visited the fortif,cations of the Darda , ,elles, and has appointed a commission for the reconstruction of the works according to the exigencies of modern war. The enmmiseion will include
February 7, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEACHERS' FIGHT. OBSTINATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. MX OUR SPICLILL CORRESPONDENT. HEREFORD, Friday Night. There has been little trouble to-day in connec

TEACHERS' FIGHT. OBSTINATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. MX OUR SPICLILL CORRESPONDENT. HEREFORD, Friday Night. There has been little trouble to-day in connec

Coe with th,. teachers' strike, and in several instances children who have caused trouble are settling down under their new teachers. At Allenamore, however, the children are still difficult to deal with. They organised a tin ran band yesterday and paraded the streets, but they
February 7, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LONDON BUILDINCi DISPUTE.

THE LONDON BUILDINCi DISPUTE.

Negotiations were still proceeding yesterday between the Building Industries' Federation and a number of employers in regard to the London building dispute. Mr. Beasley, a member of the men's committee, informed a representative of The Daily Citi:en that several firms had approa
February 7, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LOCK-OUT OF 40000 WORKERS

LOCK-OUT OF 40000 WORKERS

LIKELIHOOD OF GENERAL STRIKE IN NORWAY. BERLIN, Friday. According to the Tarblatt's Christiania correspondent, the Federation of Employers decided upon a lock-out of 40,000 workers. The deCision will become effective in a fortnight, and meantime the Labour leaders threaten to de
February 7, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THEN ASK FOR

THEN ASK FOR

'. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1914
February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUICIDE AFTER ILLNESS.

SUICIDE AFTER ILLNESS.

Suicide During Temporary Insanity was the verdict returned at Bolton veeterday at an inquest on the body of Josiah Taylor (51), foundry labourer, of 25, Parley-street, which was found in a reservoir. It was stated that Taylor had suffered from chronic bronchitis, and as he WAS n
February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SLAVERY AND EMPIRE.

SLAVERY AND EMPIRE.

Ta the Editor of " The Daily Citizen." Sir,—lnstead of being deported the Labour leaders of South Africa should, I think, have been congratulated on the way they conducted the strike, considering the cosmopolitan nature of the workers that are drawn together there for the one an
February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VARIETY THEATRES, ENTERTAINMENTS CINEMAS, ETC.

VARIETY THEATRES, ENTERTAINMENTS CINEMAS, ETC.

February 6, 1914 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England