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ROYAL PROCESSION.

ROYAL PROCESSION.

THE OLD STATE Cu ACH WILL NOT BE USED. When the King opens Parliament in person to-day, the details of the procession to and from Westminster will show ] some slight modification as compared with former occasions. The reason for these modifications is to be found in the fact tha
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LABOUR M.P.s' LEADERS.

LABOUR M.P.s' LEADERS.

At a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party. yesterday Messrs. Adameon and Clvnes were reelected chairman sad rice-chairman reepectively. Mr. Tyson Wilson was appointed Chief Whip. and the following were selected as paid Whips: Mr. F. Hall. Mr. T.. Ssaw. Mr. Neil Maclean. and
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ASQUITH'S MESSAGE TO LIBERALS.

ASQUITH'S MESSAGE TO LIBERALS.

NO "WATERING" BY TORYISM. Lord R. Cecil Supports Ex-Premier. " ALPINE " POLITICS. Lord Robert Cecil has written to Mr.' Asquith wishing the ex-Premier success in his fight at Paisley. Mr. Asquith had a busy day yesterday, and sent the following message to Liberals throughout the
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOOS.

MISCELLANEOOS.

La sake party Ms colours II Mag. ISM. fan to abstair tot of LIN for tlztssoLt pus. N'.. a bat es W. A. C. lA-4.mi. Al your queer wen interrupted by naval sereice pm are entitled to • Goiermeent course of training on demobilisation. but taus aom not aptay indefinitely. As you de
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHILD MARRIAGES.

CHILD MARRIAGES.

ILWISTRATE SAYS LAW SHOULD BE ALTERED. Henry (Heaves. aged 19, charged at the Guildhall, London. yesterday, with theft, was said to have been married for over a year. Alderman Sir David Burnett: I think .t is very wicked for a clergyman to marry a nine hoy The Clerk: They cannot
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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OFFICER SENT FOR TRIAL.

OFFICER SENT FOR TRIAL.

At Brantfordyesterday Lieutenant Harold lJnrston Pena, D.C.31., of the Royal Army Service Corps. was committed for trial for the alleged theft of five motor-ears, the property of the War Office, and George Henry sing. a Hounslow tradesman. was committed with him. it being allege
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Wir*loss for AIL

Wir*loss for AIL

An undertaking has been inaugurated for the purpose of manufacturing and selling what might be called amateur and experimental wireless telegraph and tele. phone and other lines, as distinct from the commercial anrerahis. Branohee will be opened up in Montreal. Toronto and other
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HIS FAREWELL TOUR.

HIS FAREWELL TOUR.

VCTOIL HUSBAND WHO NEVER RETURNED. In the Divorce Court vesterdhy Mr. Justice Mceardie granted the undefended petition of Mrs. Christian forfield Fraser, asking for the dissolution of her marriage on the groand of the alleged desertion and miscoiduct of her husband, John Edward
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SENTENCE REDUCED.

SENTENCE REDUCED.

A sentence of three yeare Panel tuds, passed at Grimsby Sessions upon John Dudley Carruthers. formerly a quartermaster-sergeant, was yesterday re. duped to one of nine months' bard labour by the Court of Criminal Appeal. It was stated last week that. after IS A years' h onest wo
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Another Change.

Another Change.

The Court had received comnrunicetlene from an important firm of employers whose attention had been drawn to the case. offering to give the man employment at once. They could of let the man o into employment, but, nevertbelana they thought the sentence was too severe, and it wou
February 10, 1920 - Birmingham Daily Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England