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DUCHESS OF ALBANY AND HER GRANDCHILDREN.

DUCHESS OF ALBANY AND HER GRANDCHILDREN.

A NEW PORTRAIT OF THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY, WITH ALL HER GRANDCHILDREN, THE CHILDREN OF A PRINCE AND PRINCESS ALEXANDER TECK, AND THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF SAXE-COBURG GOTHA.
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BACK TO THE WORKHOUSE.

BACK TO THE WORKHOUSE.

Return of Pensioners After Brief Interval. After brief interval on 5a week a onely world, with all to find, pauper pensioners are gladly returning the workhouses. Two cases have so far been ascertained in Mancnester of paupers who have given up 'heir recently acquired old-age pe
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SIR THOMAS BROCKLEBANK, OF SHIPPING FAME,

SIR THOMAS BROCKLEBANK, OF SHIPPING FAME,

DIES AT GIBRALTAR. A message was received in Liverpool from Gibraltar last evening announcing the death there of Sir Thomas Brocklebank, of the Brocklebank Line of steamers. Deceased, who was the second baronet, and is succeeded by his son Aubrey, was born in 1873. The family we
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MINISTER CENSURED

MINISTER CENSURED

At School Board Meeting. At a recent meeting of Tranent School Board, the Chairman (Colonel Cadell) called the Rev. A. M. Hewat (Churoh of Scotland) to order for certain ianguage he had used towards the Rev. Hugh Miller Williamson (United Free Church), and Mr Hewat refusing with
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ELEET STREET ECHOES

ELEET STREET ECHOES

• Stor" 1 ' c arf lf ' Juan Bonapa'"*® nC-® tee -Lord are Giving * a Postal Territorial* tM ment. the BONAPARTE TO first ever "JLrte, , This is Juan ooll ' J scent from the eV ideo« pe« : ; - documentary ro ' the Ma jo® }' startling likeness . , > Bonaparte jV e s ail fg# past t
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JOHN WYLLIE

JOHN WYLLIE

w get off so < Easily ERTH SHERIFF 1 ; man, who admitted ', fraUds in ' S'S 5 Punished by Sheriff y name was John : seve i nd a lengthy indiCt < , 'od ritl «paJ]v j" ? eparate charges uM for,J nn last year, , > Vario d series, drapery Blair e^ h y fraud. During L is Wyllie hung
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
f A, '' widow the late fiS ?ear a death in the 1 died suddeniy j Northampton, e * n<

f A, '' widow the late fiS ?ear a death in the 1 died suddeniy j Northampton, e * n<

J°hn Alexia' ' e ' ths ago, had been out for a omG » but never v " shter
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED PERTH BURGLARY.

ALLEGED PERTH BURGLARY.

Gr %or, '!, a s Macdougal iJitv tf e« Sir are * Ue ed to ' ( ; Nttl,' e * Dra P er y House • n the Hth Decem, ' f'Pearod at a plead. k vj! ry at Perth g " iU y> and their •-
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
at Highgate. charged with begll\se f ed beg<* , expert k > the n*ad discharged.

at Highgate. charged with begll\se f ed beg<* , expert k > the n*ad discharged.

13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"GOOD-BYE, FATHER,

"GOOD-BYE, FATHER,

CRIES GEORGE M'WILLIAM IN PERTH COURT AS HE GOES TO PRISON. Lord Dewar's Smart Punishments. The second day's proceedings at the sitting ] of the High Court of Justiciary at Perth were resumed before Lord Dewar to-day. Mr David Anderson, advocate-depute, as sisted by Mr Marcus Do
13 January 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland