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V / eathbe in Ewnbtogh . —With a groy elcy and a cold wind from the north-east , accompanied by

V / eathbe in Ewnbtogh . —With a groy elcy and a cold wind from the north-east , accompanied by

frequent showers , the weather in Edinburgh yesterday was unfavourable . Tho highest temperature was 42 . 8 degs . and the lowest in the early morning 35 degs . At 9 a . m . the barometer reading was 28 . 83 ins ., and at 9 P . M . 28 . 90 ins . During tho past month rain was re
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Prince of "Wales inspected a parade of special constabulary in London , and distributed a number of decorations .

The Prince of "Wales inspected a parade of special constabulary in London , and distributed a number of decorations .

Later he attended a farewell banquet to Earl Haig . arranged by the British Legion , in connection with the Field Marshal ' s departure shortly for Cape Town . * ( p- 6 . ) The Duke of Connaught unveiled a statue at Calcutta in memory of King Edward VII . ' ( P-7 . ) Peisck Arth
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEATH-OF LORD ROSSMORR

DEATH-OF LORD ROSSMORR

The death of Lord Rossmore , at Rossmore Park , Co . .. Moriaghan , in his 691 h year , is announced by the Central News . Lord Rossmore . was His Majesty ' s Lieutenant for Co . Monaghan from 1897 , and ' was Hon . Col . of the 4 th Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers . He is succe
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HONO UR FOE LORD CAVE

HONO UR FOE LORD CAVE

The King has been pleased to give directions for the appointment of the Right Hon . Viscount Cavo , Chairman of the Southern Rhodesia Commission , to . bo a Knight'G . rand Cross , of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George .
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE DESIGNER OF THE CENOTAPH

THE DESIGNER OF THE CENOTAPH

At a , meeting or the Koyal Institute' of British Architects last . night tho President , Mr John W . Simpson , announced that the Council of tho Institute had decided . to submit to the King the name of'Sir Edwin Lancier ¦ Lutyens , R-. A ., ' the designer of : the Cenotaph in
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRINCE OF WALES'S FUND FOR BOY SCOUTS .

PRINCE OF WALES'S FUND FOR BOY SCOUTS .

. The fund for tho Boy Scouts' Association , for ¦ whic h .. tho Prince ot Wales has issued an appeal , yesterday reached £ 34 , 436 . -. ^ . ' . ; ' '' - ' ¦ Mr G . E . Tibbits , of Hove , acnt ten guineas , to ¦ be spent on poor troops , andii ' e added , " and if tho movement
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
( ( . | ( ¦ ; Sequel to Btoning Datalitt . —At Falicirk Shenu Court yesterday ,. Joha M'Queehj

( ( . | ( ¦ ; Sequel to Btoning Datalitt . —At Falicirk Shenu Court yesterday ,. Joha M'Queehj

27 Talbot Street , Gra ' ngemouth , appeared on : a . ; charge of having allowed ; hi 3 threo-year-bld ; child to be in a room containing an apen . fireplace not euffioieniiy piotected and " without due precaution being" taken to ensure , the child ' s " safety , as a -result of
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PomiCAii augurs in the London Press have been singularly maladroit in their latest sensation . Their forecast is an early

PomiCAii augurs in the London Press have been singularly maladroit in their latest sensation . Their forecast is an early

General Election ; and they have been so unwary as to supplement their divination by indicating ihe signs which give them ibis foreknowledge . These signs are now seen to be false ; the deduction is easy . There was never a . more obvious political trick ; it was conceived by th
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE LATE MR MASON HUNTER A . R . S . A .

THE LATE MR MASON HUNTER A . R . S . A .

A lajege number of friends in art circles in Scotland will regret to leam of the death of Mr Hunter Mason , A . R . S . A . ; R . S . W ., of 9 Hope Street , Edinburgh , which took place in Edinburgh yesterday . For a considerable time : Mr Mason had been in unsatisfactory healt
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tp -iMEADOJVS DERAILED : i :: % EW ; FENCING PROPOSALS . ¦ .

Tp -iMEADOJVS DERAILED : i :: % EW ; FENCING PROPOSALS . ¦ .

• | J . GEKEKii ^/ approbation ' wasicxprcssed during the war , when , tho ' Town Council of Edinburgh made a clearajice of , tlio railings ; whioh , provibnal y ] uui e « . cumbered the Meadows . At , one point no fewer thin ^ Six / ' ro ' wB ' . 'of high arid close ' . iron fe
01 February 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland