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FOR SALE-PANTOMIMES •‘DICK WHITTINGTON/* Can be aeen thia week HIPPO., BOLTON, or next week THEATRE ROYAL, YORK. ROBINSON ORUSOC** Can

FOR SALE-PANTOMIMES •‘DICK WHITTINGTON/* Can be aeen thia week HIPPO., BOLTON, or next week THEATRE ROYAL, YORK. ROBINSON ORUSOC** Can

be xeen this week OPERA HOUBE, SOUTHPORT. Price low, for cash. Addreu, E. DOTTRIDOB, 60, Union •treet, Oldham.
February 18, 1914 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IDL'D WORK.

IDL'D WORK.

But deadly work going beneath the surface of chaff and the low comedy of street-corner meetings. The organizers know where the weak and doubtful patches are in the electorate, and are leaving nothing undone to bring the clinching argument before the uncertam voter. The faults of
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRISH NEGOTIATIONS. ANOTHER DEADLOCK. USELESS PROPOSALS. GRAVE OOTLOOK.

IRISH NEGOTIATIONS. ANOTHER DEADLOCK. USELESS PROPOSALS. GRAVE OOTLOOK.

We regret to say that there is no foundation for the optimistic feeling on the Irish crisis which . has prevailed during the last few days. That feeling was created by the impression that Ministers were preparing to offer at least the provisional exclusion of Ulster. No intimati
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AFRICAN UNION THROWS

SOUTH AFRICAN UNION THROWS

OUT BILL. In the Union House of Assembly to-day, says Reuter telegram, the Women’s Enfranchisement Bill, introduced by Mr. Wyndham, was negatived on the first reading by forty-three votes to forty-two.
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
rPALL MALL GAZETTE. SOUTH BUCKS POLLING.

rPALL MALL GAZETTE. SOUTH BUCKS POLLING.

PALL MALL GAZETTE. SOUTH BUCKS POLLING. Polling opened in South Bucks this morning, the candidates being Mr. W. B. du Pre (U.) and Mr. Tonman Mosley (L.). Voting opened slowly, in very disagreeable weather. Of party colours the Conservative favours are most in evidence, and large
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
NAVY SECRETS. A LITTLE STORM ON THE BACK

NAVY SECRETS. A LITTLE STORM ON THE BACK

BENCHES. Oar Parliamentary Representatives. WESTMINSTER, Wednesday. The First Lord of the Admiralty was in a truculently uncommunicative mood when questioned about some not very extraordinary details of the Navy this afternoon. He repeatedly refused to anticipate his Naval state
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
Venezuelan Revolution Promised.

Venezuelan Revolution Promised.

General Hernandez, the Nationalist lead of Venezuela, has arrived in New \ork, and (savs the Central News) in an interview said that revolution in Venezuela take place in two months’ time. The result would be that the President would overthrown, and General Hernandez himself wou
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
FURTHER postponement of

FURTHER postponement of

ROMANTIC CASE. KING’S BENCH DIVISION.—Before Mr. Justice Darling. • K' rom;iniic case in which Baroness is sueii American gentleman, which, after N'me n-markahie evidence, was adjourned hiee weeks ago on account of the illness of oaroness, was again mentioned his and was allowed
February 18, 1914 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England