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A SOLICITOR'S FAILURE.

A SOLICITOR'S FAILURE.

"MOST DISTRESSING CASE _ _MISAPPROPRIATION." • The failure of a firm of London solicitors whose creditors met at the Bankruptcy Gotta, on Saturday, was reported by the fieial Receiver as a most distressing case of solicitors misappropriating money belonging to their clients. The
July 11, 1914 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
CASE ADJOURNED.

CASE ADJOURNED.

Mr. F. W. Nolte; wiho appeared for the respondents, asked for the action—Wm. Gradwell and Co. v. C. E. Ray, which was a claim for goods sod, to be adjourned until the next court, as Mr. Ray was in London and could not attend court that morning.—His Honour c-m--curried.
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
ROUGH OF BARROW-IN-FURNESS

ROUGH OF BARROW-IN-FURNESS

SUPPLY OF SiTORES AND MATERIALS. LIE CORPORATION are prepared to receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY .I:ORES and MATERIALS, as way be 'red during the year ending the 25th 'eh, 1914. _ . _ . Trns of tender and further partieumay be obtained on application at Borough Engineer's Office,
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
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March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
the trade union. There is hole from that coercicn, that access to that evasion obscured or obstructed thi Committee will

the trade union. There is hole from that coercicn, that access to that evasion obscured or obstructed thi Committee will

be diligent will, if necessary, isso notices later to all - trade a names appear on their fa tion forms will also be sent trade unions, but there ir gations upon the officials( see that their members ri emption notices, and then their use be explained. point which it behoves eve
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
"THE POISON KISS." Ir

"THE POISON KISS." Ir

SOLUTION OF A WEDDING EVE MYSTERY. New York. Sunday.—A two-year-old mystery of a "poison kiss" which i.s supposed to .have caused the death of Mr. Charles Edward rDwigg and Miss Grace Elosser on the eve of their wedding at Cumberland. Marpland, was solved yesterday. The couple w
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
WOMEN'S FREAI EX- INGS BEI/

WOMEN'S FREAI EX- INGS BEI/

WOMEN'S FREAI INGS BEI/ PUBLIC ANGER htrestpeurit.eaffis M erytal : i i nt, Evidence that the pu b . epsomnufaeoffrt the paradingtur 4yegctftho crowd.t suffragettes the lsr rough e t l he gsl a i ff r or ri ted talg al ine.clents on Saturday. eggs, orange peel, and rell ineanwhie
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
the recommendation to levy a district rate of is. Bd. in the pound, which was a piece of good news

the recommendation to levy a district rate of is. Bd. in the pound, which was a piece of good news

to the ratepayers. (Hear, hear.) A reduction of 4d. in the rate was most satisfactory. Councillor F. Fisher seconded, and the report was accepted. "ANY OTHER BUSINESS." Under this heading, 'Councillor F. Fisher suggested the holding of elections should take place in other buildi
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
DOCKYARD STRIKE THREAT

DOCKYARD STRIKE THREAT

6/6 A WEEK TO MEET THE COST OF LIVING. Dockyard skilled workers have just conveyed to the Admiralty a threat. to strike unless a rise in wages is given. This is contained in the following resolution sent to Whitehall by the members of the Steam Engine Makers' Society, the Amalga
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
A SOCIALIST DEMAND.

A SOCIALIST DEMAND.

FRANCE AND GERMANY TOLD WHAT TO DO. (Through Central News.) Paris, Monday. The Social i st organ " L 'Hu manite" publishes. this morning, a resolution adopted yesterday at a meeting of the Socialist Federation of the Seine, held at St. Denis, near Paris. The resolution, which is
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England