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OUR POST-BAG. TOM MAS!* ASD CHURCHMEN.

OUR POST-BAG. TOM MAS!* ASD CHURCHMEN.

" A Socialist Trade Unionist " gavs wonders bow many Trade Unionists will realise the vital importance the appeal by Mr. Tom Mann to put end to the savage and brutal expedient of warfare. Once again says the so-called violent agitator is far ahead the Church in regard to putting
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT APPEAL COURT DECISION

IMPORTANT APPEAL COURT DECISION

In the Appeal Court, yesterday, a four-years' old boy. Forsyth sued, through his father, for damages against the Manchester Corporation. A gaa fittings inspector, who was casually asked to attend a defective gas meter, left an open knife behind, with which the child played, inju
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN STRIKE-BREAKERS

FOREIGN STRIKE-BREAKERS

The Glasgow Labour Conference of 1913 will have a resolution submitted them the Bromley Trades and Labour Council, asking the Labour Party to conaider the introduction a measure into Parliament prohibiting the importation of foreign strike-breaking labour. Nowhere on the Contine
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
FAMILY TRAGEDY AT BURNLEY.

FAMILY TRAGEDY AT BURNLEY.

At Burnley, yesterday, James Stezikar. aged 20. a factory operative, was remanded, charged with t.he murder of his wife and three-year-old daughter. The prosecution stated that the wife and girl were found dead in a bedroom, which was full of gas. The prisoner, with a handkerchi
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
GERMAN BALLOONISTS KILLED.

GERMAN BALLOONISTS KILLED.

BERLIN-, Monday. A telegram from Grossenhain (Saxony) states that Hen Gerieke, well known German aeronaut and his passenger. Lieut. Stieler, lost their lives in a balloon accident yesterday afternoon the fields, near Groeditz 1. The cause of the accident at present unascertained
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
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SOCIETY OF BRAZIERS AND SHEEN METAL WORKERS. Established 18*2. Registered Pursuant to Act of Parliament Reg No. Bonotte equal Ihoee any other Society thi Kingdom Unemployment, Contingent Strike Per. Sick Superannuation. Travelling Pare* to Situations, Funeral Benefite for Member
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.

MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.

Mr. George Moore has been provoked to send a vehement protest to the Home Secretary on the subject of what he deems the mind-destroying street noises of London. There is no limit to the fiendish furore, he suggests in his freiful fervour; the hooting at times is maddening; in Pi
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
THE IDEAL POLICY enable* Policyholders reap the Benefits their Investments DURI THEIR OWN LIFETiME. and in the event of premature

THE IDEAL POLICY enable* Policyholders reap the Benefits their Investments DURI THEIR OWN LIFETiME. and in the event of premature

death, to leave their legal representative* in possession of a comfortable Home FREE FROM MORTGAGE DEBT or eu cumbrance. Apply for free booklet, entitled "Buying a House in the Right Way." fiOOD PROSPECTS FOR ACTIVE ABENTS. Pro.ptc u« and Terms post free. The City Life Assurance
October 22, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
stuck to the children.

stuck to the children.

stuck the children. Of course, the Blues had the biggest show of motors. That was taken for granted before the poll opened, but there were many amusing stories going the rounds concerning certain supporters of the People's candidate, who enjoyed themselves " moting" Blue and voti
November 27, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
Its Saul Is Shraakea.

Its Saul Is Shraakea.

When the Congress met yesterday morning, President Greilich, Swiss National Party, announced that since the International met in the same town 43 years ago its hodv, which at that time was small, had grown millions, and its soul had also grown in proportion, but I assert that it
November 27, 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England