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CASH GIRL IMPRISONED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT.

CASH GIRL IMPRISONED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT.

Mary Donald, a young girl, wa s charged at Glasgow Sheriff Court yesterday with having, between February 12, 1920, and January 13, 1921, in tin- premises of a firm in Buchanan Street, while acting as cash girl there, received from salesmen and saleswomen employed there sums of m
04 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HORSE SICKNESS IN FORFAR AND PERTH COUNTIES.

HORSE SICKNESS IN FORFAR AND PERTH COUNTIES.

HORSE SICKNESS FORFAR AND PERTH COUNTIES. The Highland Society hope to raise sum of £1000 to expend in investigating the peculiar ailment known a 9 grass sickness,' • which has been prevalent in Forfarshire and Perthshire for a number of years. ( The Angus and Perthshire Agricult
04 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Property for Sale. CARNOUSTIE. SALE THIS DAY. \7"ILLAS at ALEXANDRA TERRACE, Carlogie Road, Carnoustie, will EXPOSED in our OFFICE, Reform

Property for Sale. CARNOUSTIE. SALE THIS DAY. \7"ILLAS at ALEXANDRA TERRACE, Carlogie Road, Carnoustie, will EXPOSED in our OFFICE, Reform

Street, TO-DAY, at Two o'clock. JOHNSTON & GLENNY. CARNOUSTIE. I JFOR SALE, Excellent dwelling-house, no. BURNSIDE TERRACE, CARNOUSTIE containing Two Sitting-Rooms, J-our Bedrooms. Kitchen, Scullery, Bathroom (H. and C,), W.C., and all Modem Conveniences. Assessed Rental £30. lO
04 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
' "CACTUS," | {fie run no risk when you ask for pj * "Ca&us" Ladies' Boots and Shoes, for every

' "CACTUS," | {fie run no risk when you ask for pj * "Ca&us" Ladies' Boots and Shoes, for every

pair has a guarantee label attached a guarantee of quality and reliability. Any pair failing to give satisfaction in wear will be gladly replaced or repaired free. Moderate price, guaranteed quality, elegance of design and comfort in wear make " Cadtus " l_ the ideal footwear fo
04 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A 55 - Shoe for 37 6 For Men at BIRRELL'S Uppers of Finest Procurable Willow Calf, ideal Shade, as

A 55 - Shoe for 37 6 For Men at BIRRELL'S Uppers of Finest Procurable Willow Calf, ideal Shade, as

handsewn, design as illustrated, bespoke make and finish. A. BIRRELL & SONS JO7 to 113 Overgate, Dundee Conveniently Reachcd from Nethergatc by South Lindsay Street. 64 & 66 HIGH STREET, PERTH. S oocoooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooo ' FUR WEAR . ° at Reduced Prices. •
04 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEN AND WOMEN OF TO-DAY.

MEN AND WOMEN OF TO-DAY.

OUR STUDIOUS PRINCESS. I hear that Princess Mary keeps up quitp assiduously certain of her studies, like French and history. She reads great deal of French, and makes a point of conversing with some of the ladies of the Household every day. SHY LEADING LADY. Very few actresses —
07 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
G. C. DEAN, The Tailor

G. C. DEAN, The Tailor

CROSS CHEAPING, COVENTRY. (The Old Established Shop)
04 February 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TWO CARTS-ONE LICENCE.

TWO CARTS-ONE LICENCE.

John Harry Ravenha,ll, an Alleslev farmer, was summoned for using two vehicles with one lic!ence at Allesley on October 7th. T'nc defendant wrote stating that the matter had been overlooked. Police Constable Wake said defendant wa , usin g a light gig and a light governess car.
04 February 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Co-operative Row.

A Co-operative Row.

COVENTRY MEMBERS AT VARIANCE. Many are the stories in circulation of a storm raging at the present time within the' Coventry Co-operative movement, a storm that is as bitter as it is fierce. It would seem that members who take an active interest in the Society's affairs are hotl
04 February 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LITE STOCK MARKETS.

LITE STOCK MARKETS.

Only limited supplies of fat cattle have been sent over from Ireland during the past week; but home fed beasts have been marketed in rather larger numbers than last week. Although rates were lower at London on Monday—a clearance was only effected with difficulty—and also at St.
04 February 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England