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ON THE BOARDS.

ON THE BOARDS.

THEATRICAL AND VARIETY NOTES. New Play— •" One of the Dukes." Mr. Cyril Maude has jwrt after hi. own heart hi* latest production tv>„ Playhouse. " One of the Dukes," which was presented for the first time Saturday, gives Mr. Maude l tunity filling part of the sillv ass" j order,
20 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
LONDON'S HOMELESS.

LONDON'S HOMELESS.

Although a census taken the medical officer of the London County Council on February 17th, and contained in report of the Public Health Commute* issued Saturday night, shows thai there were fewer homeless persons that date than on corresponding day of last year, it shows all too
20 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
The Public Taste

The Public Taste

In its customary review the musichall financial the Financial Tina rem* ks :—" The annual report* various music-hall companies, both metropolitan and provincial, that have far come hand, show the wh -le lack patronage by the public; bat, nevertheless, they indicate cer ain m wem
17 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
ONB AUTHORITY NEEDED

ONB AUTHORITY NEEDED

AUTHORITY NEEDED The recent Royal Commission on the ' Poor Law. Majority and Minority alike, have concluded that they could not better than adopt the conclusions of the Royal Commission the Care and Control of the Feeble-minded (1304-1908). The latter emphatic in its judgment tha
17 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOSYTH.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOSYTH.

Ib been decided a Select Committee of the House Commons, presided over by Sir Charles Rose, that the new naval base at should included within the boundaries of Dunfermline Burgh. The Admiralty sopported the application of the Burgh for the extension on the ground that in its dev
08 April 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
ALL FO* 1128 A TEAL

ALL FO* 1128 A TEAL

ALL TEAL For the post of woman librarian the education offices of the London County Council, applications for whiob are now invited at an initial salary £l2O year, candidates, in addition to being competent undertake the organisation and routine of library, are required well acqu
08 April 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
BOOMING THE PAPER.

BOOMING THE PAPER.

SIR,— It would, indeed, pity publication of so useful and interesting paper the DAILY HERALD were allowed drop. The suggestion mentioned Mr. Bert Amos an excellent one —that a limited company should firmed, with shares of five shilliugseech. The continuation of tbe publication o
08 April 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
LABOUR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN PARLIAMENT. HOIK Of FACTORY INSPECTORS. Mr. Wedgwood asked the Home Secretary of State whether the

LABOUR QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IN PARLIAMENT. HOIK Of FACTORY INSPECTORS. Mr. Wedgwood asked the Home Secretary of State whether the

Factory Department baa formed any estimate of the proportion of ita ins lector*' time that was devoted office work daring the 1910; and whether that proportion has increased since 1905 ? The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Mr. Churchill): It estimated that about per
16 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
IN THE LOBBY.

IN THE LOBBY.

had been looking for Mr. Tyson Wilson for few days, because wanted know what was happening regard the supposed relation between the conditions under inch Naval uniforms are mad# and the outbreak of measles the Naval ooiieges. therefore pounced upon the honourable Member the ■som
22 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911.

THE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911.

LABOUR LEADERS ARRESTED.
22 March 1911 - Daily Herald - London, London, England