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CHURCH NEWS . SUNDAY EXCURSIONS . THE INVERNESS CAMPAIGN

CHURCH NEWS . SUNDAY EXCURSIONS . THE INVERNESS CAMPAIGN

A campaign against Sunday excursions and ( he Sunday running of motor buses was opened in Invcrnea yesterday , when at tho request of Presbyteries spocial sermons wero preached in many Highland pulpits . The Rev . Donald Maclcod and tho Rev . Ernest Elliot spoko on tho danger of
31 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Omwl , Oeioter iO . —During the past lew weeks the iron and steel trade h a * ciperietwd a sharp upward tura . Motor car manufacturers have been increatiii ; output , and an exceptionally lira % 7 demand exists for structural building steel . The September motor car output of Ca
31 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
M . P . 'S ADVICE TO MINERS

M . P . 'S ADVICE TO MINERS

. Addressing a meeting of miners on the occasion of tho annual presentation of prizes to members of Bridgonoss and . Carriden Miners' Welfare Bowling and Tennis Clubs , Mr James Kidd , M . P , for West Lothian , said they wero justified in be--Having that they wero just on the e
31 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INFLUENCE OF THE CHUKCti

INFLUENCE OF THE CHUKCti

LORD MURRAY AT PERTH . Tho recently inaugurated branch in Perth and Perthshire of tho Elders' Union of the Church of Scotland held its first meeting in the Guild Hall , Perth , on Saturday evening , when tho opening speaker was the Right Hon . Lord -Murray , C . M . G ., LL . D
31 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMENITIES OF OXFORD . THREATENED BY INDUSTRY

AMENITIES OF OXFORD . THREATENED BY INDUSTRY

Yi « wst Cue , ihe Lord Clianeellor . presiding on Saturday at a meeting to inaugurate the Oxford Preservation Trust , for the purpose of saving the amenities of the city , threatened by industrial development , said that , while it was impossible to earn ,- out Cardinal Newman
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FARMING RESEARCH . THE ROWETT INSTITUTE AN IMPERIAL ASSET :

FARMING RESEARCH . THE ROWETT INSTITUTE AN IMPERIAL ASSET :

OvEIl 60 members of the Imperial Agricultural Bcsoiirob ConimiKco visited on Saturday -the Rowett Research Institulo and tho College of Agriculture ' s farm of Craibstbne , ' near Aberdoen . Afterwards they wero entertained at Iunch ' b y Aberdeen Town Council . Before- leaving
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NATIONAL ASSET . GILBERT AND SULLIVAN . PLEA FOR STUDY CIRCLES

NATIONAL ASSET . GILBERT AND SULLIVAN . PLEA FOR STUDY CIRCLES

Dn THOMAS STEPHENSO . i , president of the Gilbert . and Sullivan Society of Edinburgh , which has a momborf . liip approaching 300 , dolivcrpd tlio opening address of tho winter session in tlio Masonic Hall , Hill Street , 011 Saturday evening . Thcro was a largo attendance . D
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Only Complete Sports Paper in Scotland Get tfie Sports Dispatch

The Only Complete Sports Paper in Scotland Get tfie Sports Dispatch

24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GOLFERS OBSTRUCTED

GOLFERS OBSTRUCTED

CAMPAIGN AGAINST SUNDAY PLAY . For the second Sunday in succession , play was impossible yesterday on the ground of the Abcrdovey Golf Club , North Wales . A crowd of about forty peoplo gathered at the first tec and prevented two players —( ho club secretary and a keen golfer fr
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland