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Rattles Exile's Trfhate

Rattles Exile's Trfhate

Madame Kollaatay, of St. Petersburg, of whoa we gave a short character sketch yesterday, was next called upon. She said that her, political exile, it was the British Who had shown them what it was to have powerful and strong Socialistic organisation. Speaking of the political co
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
The Mischievous Part.

The Mischievous Part.

But the most mischievous part of this weak snd trimming summary the following, taken from the final paragraph : "The memorandum hicidentally corrects the mistaken view which appears to have gained (urienry that an insured person, though may have become member one approved societ
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
DANCERS IN "TUBES." PrtMttioM to Psum|«rt Crow Nbbpt. The Accident At the Calsdonianroed station hat to eome extent shaken the

DANCERS IN "TUBES." PrtMttioM to Psum|«rt Crow Nbbpt. The Accident At the Calsdonianroed station hat to eome extent shaken the

confidence of the travelling public in the immunity the " tube " from mishaps. It declared, however, that every underground system' has an elaborate arrangement of precautions against accidents, and it is through the heavy cost of the maintenance of these that the railways have
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
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06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
Lire AS PES RECIPE.

Lire AS PES RECIPE.

The scientists have been at it again. Every annual meeting of the British Association can be confidently relied upon to produce something startling and cause the mantle of notoriety, if not the laurelwreath of fame, to fall upon some person or other. This time it has fallen to t
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 

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DERELICT DOCK-GATE RECOVERED.

DERELICT DOCK-GATE RECOVERED.

The floating gate for the Admiralty Dock at Portsmouth, which broke adrift from the tug in the Irish Sea during Tuesday night's gale, was recovered yesterday morning undamaged. Two Belfast men who were on board when the hawser parted are quite safe. It has been decided that (he
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
HOP GROWERS' PROSPECTS.

HOP GROWERS' PROSPECTS.

The hop harvest promises to of very good quality, though it will be smaller than' usual, and great deal depends on an immediate change to fine bright weather. The aphis blight, which set in last May was of mint persistent character, and bad weather retarded the development of th
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
FLANNELETTE DANGER.

FLANNELETTE DANGER.

City Coroner on the Responsibilities of Parent*. The danger* attaching to .the use flannelette are pointed out Dr. Waldo, the City coroner, in letter which he haa aent to the "Draper*' Record," emphasising some remark* he made the Home Office years ago. His points are: that very
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
TO PROTECT BIG GAME.

TO PROTECT BIG GAME.

Propaiat to Ettik'isl* Ltrgt SatduarUi. important suggestion was offered Mr. P. Chalmers Mitchell, Secretary of the Zoological Society, to British Association sectional meeting yesterday. Pointing ont th* destruction of animal life that using on, that in all the great continents
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

Vessels Entered Inwards. _ Ctreroij House, Thursday. 4 p.m. (s). Holmstrsnd. Queen boro—Hurst. Grebe Rotterdam, Hermitage Tier—G.B N. Co. Sergei (si. Riga. Hay Wf—United B.S. Co. Corncske (s), Rotterdam. Hermitage Tier—G.B.N. Co. hi), Dunkirk. Battle Bridge Tier—Meed, Bstfvier I
06 September 1912 - Daily Herald - London, London, England