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February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
HOW IT GROWS!

HOW IT GROWS!

1910 1911 1912 1913 it L 10,500 L 12,000 £16,200 £22,600 Income fur labt quart.T of 1913 at the rate of L 27.000 anwim. 1.000 Pulieies per week lying issued, Das all organi4ation which covers (;rent l3rita n. Founded and Managed by Labour Men to chub'', the WorLyra to own and e.
February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE TRUTH ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA.

THE TRUTH ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA.

Two facts stand out plainly from the industrial and political confusion which reigns in South Africa to-day. The first is that the fight is a clear issue, as clear as the issue of the Boer War. It is Capital versus Labour. The second is—as even backvelders contend—that the Gover
February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
HOBSON

HOBSON

February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
NEW LABOUR CHURCH.

NEW LABOUR CHURCH.

On Sunday evening Labour Church services were commenced at the Acocks Green l'ouncil Schools, Birmingham. There was a good attendance, presided over by Labour Guardian Fathers. Selections were rendered hy the Acocks Handbell Ringers. and a recitation was gi‘eii by Msa Bates. An
February 5, 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
School Board. Fight over Academy Grant Education Department Climb Down. Mr Harcourt's Services. Medical Treatment of School Children. Benefits of

School Board. Fight over Academy Grant Education Department Climb Down. Mr Harcourt's Services. Medical Treatment of School Children. Benefits of

Co-Operation. Amusing Passages Between At the hour appointed on Medne.d.iy e.rening for the monthly meeting of }orfar School Board there were only three members in their places - the (hairman (Mr Charles MNieoll), Provost Moft and Dr Lawson. With such an interesting subject for
February 6, 1914 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
THE FORFAR HERALD AND KIRRIEMUIP, ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 6, 1914

THE FORFAR HERALD AND KIRRIEMUIP, ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 6, 1914

will of the people who believed that the church was of value to themselves and to the nation, and were prepared to do something to maintain it in effective working order. He did not suppose any one them could calculate how much the ohur h was worth to them. Most of them learned
February 6, 1914 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
BONNYRIGG & DISTRICT WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.

BONNYRIGG & DISTRICT WOMEN'S UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.

February 5, 1914 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH. Within NEW/WREN HOUSE, 41i3REBRIDGE On SATURDAY NEXT. 7th FEB., at 1.30 p.m. /PRE WHOLE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGs, OAK EIGHT-DAY CUM

EDINBURGH. Within NEW/WREN HOUSE, 41i3REBRIDGE On SATURDAY NEXT. 7th FEB., at 1.30 p.m. /PRE WHOLE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGs, OAK EIGHT-DAY CUM

by JOHN MURDOCH, EDINBURGH: ORGAN, SINGER'S MEWING MACHINE, OVER 900 HOOKS, AND OTHER EFFECTS, belonging to the late Mr Hislop, and comprising Excellent Feet Mahogany Bedroom Suite, 5 Feet Walnut Suite, Splendid Gent's Mahogany Wardrobe, Chests of Drawers, Brass Mounted Bedatead
February 5, 1914 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland