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AN M.P.'s SALVAGE SERVICE.

AN M.P.'s SALVAGE SERVICE.

President Describes It as Spirited. Captain Reginald Terrell, M.P. for Henley, as owner of the pleasure steam yacht Bantam, and the master and crew of that craft, were claimants for salvage remuneration in a case which came before the President. Sir Henry Duke, in the Ad miralty
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG WOMAN MISSING.

YOUNG WOMAN MISSING.

No Trace Discovered After Fortnight's Search. Olive Gill, young woman aged 21, who lived in Denmark Street, Harrogate, left her home a fortnight ago with tho intention of having doctor's prescription made up. Her young brother walked part of the way with her and then turned back
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OFFICER'S WIFE MURDERD.

OFFICER'S WIFE MURDERD.

£C? As Scene Shots 10,10 iwVi" ,on-6hots an CaptJOl, «e iired ,ha Ko "° civi ' k'«SiA?"" rvice "" ">»t the hin two '■> rail A r,geJ 5 0 h tlon later, irOft mber on - n . °°® at tesS"*""! Conk'\ d at hifcsg&ss C dM ""be<l fcNS'X, " not if, VargUe ' un " a 'Kl 1 - i v 6 Harder eui
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHORT TIME AND COST OF LIVING IN DUNDEE

SHORT TIME AND COST OF LIVING IN DUNDEE

Reflected at the Savings Bank. Third of City's Population Have ACGGIintS. Mr A. B. Gilroy, who presided this after-1 noon at the annual meeting- of the trustees and managers of Dundee Savings Bank, said the depression in the city's chief industry was reflected to marked extent i
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE BOY SCOUTS' FUND.

THE BOY SCOUTS' FUND.

Almost every post that reaches St James' Palace in connection with the appeal now being made the Prince of Wales for funds for the Boy Scouts' Association contains one or more letters ask" ing to what use the money to be put, and whether donations can be specifically allocated t
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOWL HOUSE FOR NEW PERTH GREEN.

BOWL HOUSE FOR NEW PERTH GREEN.

Tlie Burial Grounds and Inches Committee of Perth Town Council has decided accept offers for alterations on one of the huts belonging the Water Department that it may be adapted as—a bowl house connection with the bowling green on the South Inch. It was decided to make the neces
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TURKEY BUZZARD AT 7 TO 4

TURKEY BUZZARD AT 7 TO 4

Wins £600 Race at Nottingham To-Day. 1 A SELLING FOUR-YEAR-OLft -L.OL* HURDLE £150. Two miles. Runners—Kilray, H. Bletsoe; Bon Marche, 0. Duller; King's Favourite, J. VV. East; Game, O. pick: Struth. J. W. East- Seidlitz, O. bourne; Wild Times, G. Truelove; Robin; Hopsack, Donne
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Elusive Lady

The Elusive Lady

OUR SERIAL. STORY. WHAT HAS BEEN TOLD. s Michael has fallen in love with the beautiful Miss Russell, his neighbour at King's Elms, and has rescued her from the 1 clutches of man named Solinoff. She tells v him that she is really the Princess Brenda, driven from Vralia by the rev
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRAGEDY OF A HAT.

TRAGEDY OF A HAT.

TRAGEDY OF HAT. Clerk Drowned in Attemptto Recover Headgear. A sad drowning accident has occurred at Carlisle. Mr T. J. Forsyth, chief clerk for Messrs R. Dawson & Sons, auctioneers, Carlisle.! was walking with a friend along the banks! of the River Eden at Ambrose Holme. A gust
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Situations Vacant. When applying lor Situations Original Testimonials should not enclosed, but copies only. CLERKESS-Typist for building trade and coal

Situations Vacant. When applying lor Situations Original Testimonials should not enclosed, but copies only. CLERKESS-Typist for building trade and coal

merchant'* office in Perth. State experience and salary expected. Apply 768 Courier. MESSAGE boy wanted, able to cycle. Apply B. Thomson. 23 Nethergate, Dundee. WANTED, smart grocery assistant, years experience. Apply Johnston's Stores. 125 Hawkbfll, Dundee. Lost or Found. LOST
01 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland