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A CRIMINALS' BILL. ..

BATH AND WEST SHOW.

PASsiOfTToR STAMPS.

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LAND FOR THE MANY. .

TUG MASTER'S WIFE.

SANCTUARY PLUNDERED.

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Bombs in India. .

NEW LIBERAL WHIP.

OBITUARY.

BOYS' BRtQADE.

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Welcome to England,

ROYAL BANQUET.

Britain's Distinguished Guest,

CITY'S WELCOME.

DEPARTURE OF FRENCH PRESIDENT-

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Shipyard Settlement. "

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Shipyard Settlement. WORK TO START ON MONDAY. At Carlisle on Thursday meetings of the National Shipbuilding Employers' Federation and of representatives of the societies in- volved in the shipyard dispute were held simultaneously. Mr Arthur Henderson, M.P., travelled from London to act as intermediary in case of difficulties arising in the way of arriving at a solution. Mr Jones, of West Hartlepool (president of the National Federa- tion), and Mr James (chairman of the East Coast Ship Repairers' Association) were pre- sent, along with representative employers from all the federated yards between the Clyde and Birkenhead. Shortly before five o'clock it was announced that a settlement had been effected, and that work would be resumed on Monday. The proceedings at the conference were of a protracted nature. Several retirements took place, and eventually the joint conference was resumed. Those present on behalf of the em- ployers included Mr George Jones, president of the National Federation Mr F. N. Hender- son, Mr J. H. Bowldes, Mr G. B. Hunter, Sir W. T. Doxford, Mr Saxton White, Mr Henry Withy, Mr C. B. Connell, and Mr James Robinson (secretary). The men's representa. tives were Mr S. Hunter, Amalgamated Car- penters and Joiners Mr Thomas Park Wood, Cutting Machinists Mr A. Stark, Associated Carpenters and Joiners; Mr W. Matkin, General Union of Carpenters and Joiners Mr James O'Gradv, M.P., Furnishing Trades Association; Mr P. T. Maclaren, Scottish Sawmill Operatives Mr A. Wilkie, M.P., Associated Shipwrights Mr J. Butterworth, Drillers' section Mr T. Macdonie.Sunderland shipwrights Mr Thvrrlby, Sunderland and Mr Frank Smith, Cabinetmakers' Union. At the close of the conference it was officially announced that a complete settle- ment had been arrived at, and that arrange- ments had been made that lock-out notices De withdrawn, and that all shipyards, graving docks, and repairing establishments through- out the federated area will be open for the men at the usual starting time on Monday morning next.

CO-OPERATIVE CONGRESS.

FRENCH RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

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