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, MAY 25, 1010.

, MAY 25, 1010.

May 25, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
"LYLA" OINTMENT

"LYLA" OINTMENT

FOR Kit LING NITS IN /AIR. Not to beat it. Roos to motbem. Prise mkt. and mid. For Soldier* uu Atli,* Ranier. to destroy vermin body :—" Lyla " Is. awl ; Lyls" Trench Powder, eld. per packet. All ramble. From Chemists °sly. or limit Id. silts) fres LYLE CO.. BERWICK-ON-TWEED. Th
May 25, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
A PUBLIC MEETING FOR WORSHIP

A PUBLIC MEETING FOR WORSHIP

will be held iu the MEETING HOUSE, MOUNT ST., MANCHESTER. All those who are in sympa'hy with us and the public generally are cordially invited. tic
May 25, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
MISOBLLANCOUS.

MISOBLLANCOUS.

May 25, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
BURSTON SCHOOL STRIKE

BURSTON SCHOOL STRIKE

Commenced in April, 1914, Has not been Settled.
May 25, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE LABOUR LEADER.

THE LABOUR LEADER.

May 18, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
TRADE UNION NOTES..

TRADE UNION NOTES..

'for the country and for the workers, who make up the most part of the country. Anyone who is cherishing this illusion will receive an immediate awakening if he once thinks of the old age pensioners. The cost of living has risen so steeply that their weekly five shillings will o
May 18, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
THE ARMY AND THE 1.L.1'•

THE ARMY AND THE 1.L.1'•

We are continually meek b tt. Iron men in the army support iog tit. " expmised in the I AlN:nt Izatim:. A Private in the R.A.m.r. write that w , r 4 the N..C.F. and the T.L.P. Iwing with breathlesai anxiety and enthitsinwit the army to-day My experience in the R.A.M.r. 1.1.* Nom
May 18, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
The Facts About the Anti-Militarists Sent to France.

The Facts About the Anti-Militarists Sent to France.

too l'oesday, May 9, Mr. Tennant in appeal.- to Members of Parliament not to worry hi r e with so many questions *host txmscien. asked the House of Commons •• n ot to believe all thia tittle tattle.' It is to share Mr. 'Pennant's faith in the "f all poisible War Offices until he
May 18, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
ILLEGAL ACTION BY MILITARY.

ILLEGAL ACTION BY MILITARY.

Mr. Foister's case, reported in Isat week's I.Aaora is another flagrant instance of this kind; it is also a case of illegal proceedings by the military authorities. Mr. Foister was called up for May 23: meanwhile, on April 25, he was arrested and taken before tho Cambridge bench
May 18, 1916 - Labour Leader - London, London, England