ladies. (Applause.) He supposed he must say a OF GREAT INTEREST TO word about the Suffragettes. (Laughter.) ..

... INTEREST TO word about the Suffragettes. (Laughter.) They FAVERSHAM. hail leen deceived; the Radical Party deceived tam. lie didn't believe in the geings on'' id Here is a story of great interest to all those the Suffragettes; some of them were Radical ...

Published: Saturday 06 March 1909
Newspaper: Faversham News
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1001 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

CHURCH BURGLARIES

... had been suggested that he should warn the clergy that church burglars were about. The Bishop (jocularly): Are they suffragettes? (Laughter.) Prebendary Lance said the churches at Wedmore, Shepton Beauchamp, and Martock had been broken into, and it would ...

Published: Friday 09 May 1913
Newspaper: Wells Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: | Words: 61 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

MARRIED WOMEN’'S LIABILITY

... present anomaly ought not to exist, and Mr. Beal suggested that they should send a copy of the resolution to the Suffragettes. (Laughter.) The Boand supported the motion. ...

Published: Saturday 16 February 1907
Newspaper: Worcester Journal
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 71 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LADY LUNACY COMMISSIONER

... Education Department and the Local Government Board had lady inspectors. Mind, he added I hold no brief for the suffragettes. (Laughter.) Witness: Yes; but I have considered the matter very fully from all points of view. ...

Published: Saturday 17 November 1906
Newspaper: Manchester Courier
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 83 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

A LAW COURTS INCIDENT

... allusion the long vigil of the suffragettes who concealed themselves in the Albert Sail in anticipation of the Prime Minister’s speech last night. “I cannot sit here until someone comes, he said That is what the suffragettes (laughter). His Lordship thereupon ...

Published: Saturday 11 December 1909
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 111 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

FHFK DRINKS

... brandy? (Laughter.) Ob, no; it was * baccy.* (More laughter.) Mr. Justice Lawrence; I sec in the accounts of some of these meetings which you are referring something about chasing two ladies about under the impression they were suffragettes. (Laughter.) Mr ...

Published: Thursday 05 May 1910
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: | Words: 154 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

NOINFONO ELECTION_ SEQUEL

... order to get the work done and go early. The Chairman (Mr. Tabrunii: What had they to do with the election! they suffragettes? (Laughter.) Defendaat: No. hat they seemed excited. It transpired that defendant had twine been Aned for i ll eg al employment ...

Published: Sunday 29 January 1911
Newspaper: Reynolds's Newspaper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 128 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

OTIMOTRO OP TOO W.F.I. TO MEET TOR

... strongly object. The Chairman: But you raid just now you would like to be on the Ladies' Committee (laughter). Aid. Walter : But. they are not Suffragettes (laughter). The Board agreed to interview the deputation at the next. meeting. Msidstene liebseation Omunittee ...

THE POLITICAL SITUATION

... ladies present, and it waa a very good sign, not, however, that they desired the ladies to come out as political suffragettes. (Laughter.) Bat the influence which the ladies always exercised was recognised to the fullest extent, and that influence wu ...

NOT THE SUFFRAGETTES

... having lapsed. ' His Honour: Was it the suffragettes (Laughter.) Mr, VVi]l_ey: I don’t know. AT HOLBECK FEAST. > Turning to the plaintif Mr. Willey inquired, “You are not in with the suffragettes, are you?” (Laughter.) Plaintiff was a little deaf, and Mr ...

Published: Thursday 07 May 1914
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening News
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 259 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

HUMOUR

... HUMOUR. Councillor Titley: Does the Chairman know anything about the movements of the suffragettes? (Laughter). The Mayor wired whether the tiger that had been presented was alive or dead. The Chairman said they had put it in a ca t e r . . Taraohand ...

Published: Friday 25 July 1913
Newspaper: Mansfield Reporter
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 163 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Mr. Lloyd —6;7,7i;;;; explained on Monday. this is a matter for the supports of Woman's Suffrage to decide ..

... Mr. explained on Monday. this is a matter for the supports of Woman's Suffrage to decide amongst themselves. (Laughter.) • SUFFRAGETTES IN THE POLICE COURT. Mrs. Drummond's Advice to Magistrate. LIQUID PHOSPHORUS AND A BURNT ARR. - - At Bow Street to-day ...

Published: Wednesday 29 January 1913
Newspaper: Leicester Evening Mail
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: | Words: 276 | Page: 6 | Tags: none