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BATON CHARGE

BATON CHARGE

JOHANNESBURG, Wednesday. More than 100 persons, including police, soldiers and civilians were injured in clashes which took place while big Nationalist (opposition) rally was in progress in Johannesburg, last night. The disturbances lasted for six hours. Hospital casualty wards
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EX-SOLDIERS' PROTEST

EX-SOLDIERS' PROTEST

Trouble began soon after big protest meeting organised by the Springbok Legion (ex-soldiers’ organisation) opened in the afternoon and continued until the Nationalist meeting ended late at night. Police drew their batons to repel crowd which tried to force their way into the Cit
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
employment wanted

employment wanted

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19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEATHER FORECAST

WEATHER FORECAST

A belt of rain, mainly slight, over western districts will move, east across the British Isles, reaching eastern districts to-night, rather cold generally. England and North Wales.—Wind south-west to south, moderate, veering south-west to west to-night; mainly cloudy first, with
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LOST, FOUND, &c.

LOST, FOUND, &c.

19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AN AMENDMENT

AN AMENDMENT

The Attorney-General stated to-day that after consideration with Mr. Slade he would suggest amending counts one and two by inserting being a British subject owing allegiance to the Crown,” instead of being a person owing allegiance to the Crown." That amendment would make it qui
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MATTER OF LAW

MATTER OF LAW

The Judge.—The, evidence has been nnrontradicted and it appears to me that is a matter of law whether on that
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Women Knew

The Women Knew

Mrs, Attlee, wife of the Prime Minister, in a message to Sir Harold Mackintosh, chairman of the National Savings Committee, to-day (Merchant Navy Day in London s Thanksgiving Week) says: When pay tribute in Thanksgiving W eeks to those who have delivered from our enemies, must g
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JUDG

JUDG

NEW BASIC FOR OLD FOLK ♦ Pensions Coming
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England