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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
 
CRISIS IN BUILDING TRADE.

CRISIS IN BUILDING TRADE.

CRISIS IN BUI L DING TRADE. MEN TO FIGHT DILUTION'*' reduction-^'] Following hard upon got' , men to accept the Gove) pii« dilution crisis fast \M • building industry. vi the one hand the ' {ofjf going forward with the tb® r -| ex-service men, and on the J . have rejected .the id
07 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Education and Economy

Education and Economy

According to Miss Haldane of Cloan, we cannot afford to economise in education. That may be regarded as a Haldanian doctrine, for the speaker's brother. Viscount Haldane, made use of practically the same phrase when he opened the enlarged Morgan Academy a few years Ago. Wiljy-ni
07 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIG FORTUNE LOST RE-MARRIAGE.

BIG FORTUNE LOST RE-MARRIAGE.

HOSTESS TO GERMA . P.v \ WA M By her marriage > Hague to Manta Mein<. lC v ~i 1 ' I;( Loeff, Mrs W. J. DalzeU an ex-M.P., has forfeited £14.000. The lady was Fraulem Prf. % * daughter of Colonel Retz la ~ m. f % Berlin, and she married % Dalzell Burnyeat, the l «fi' 1" k ter and
07 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A SHINTY SURPRISE.

A SHINTY SURPRISE.

Kingussie, 3; Newtonmore, 1. •ins district flnal in the Scottish Camanachdi tup between Kingussie and Newtonmore Satur-I tin ono ot the flnest exhibitions shinty seen I'-' the North this season. Kingussie won by sj ,oais to 1, and the victory was well deserved. Thoi /» l ngussie
07 February 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCAL NOTES.

LOCAL NOTES.

COALITION LIBERALS number of visitors to-morrow to attend a o <f been convened for the a Coalition Liberals and I ? J i l representative Councils c act in advisory ac \ ty ,,ta authority. Coaliticn Liberal a* & i actively engaged during the IP more or less private work*" of the
07 February 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

EPfIFECT OF THE DEPRESSION THE TRAFFIC RETURNS. During the past week the port of Bristol has felt the effect the general slump in the shipping trade, though Avonmouth has suffered more than the City Docks. This is accounted for the fact that at the mouth of ihe river the princip
07 February 1921 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HULL'S EFFORT AT HALIFAX.

HULL'S EFFORT AT HALIFAX.

FATEFUL THY. (BY ROBIN ADAIR.") After magnificent struggle for supremacy extending eighty minutes only dropped coal separated the eoores of two splendidly-balanced teams. This came from the foot of home it waa well for the Thrum Hall team that Fortune had favoured them jgj the o
07 February 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
250 PER CENT.

250 PER CENT.

PER CENT. INCREASE TELEPHONE TRUNK CALLS. APPARENT DISCREPANCIES. ...I telephone call from London Aberdeen will cost fc. 74d. This is one of the stiffest the now charges, which dome cases show an inerease/-of per cent, on the present rates and an increase of 260 per cent, on the
07 February 1921 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RECREATION GROUNDS.

RECREATION GROUNDS.

TENNIS-COURTS FOR CARHINGTON. this afternoon's meeting of tho OrWl Mr. W. Crane asked the chairman of ! the Puklio Parke Committee it, .view of the fact : that the only land for use football ground the district was that : between Woodborough-road, ''and I Private-road, he reromm
07 February 1921 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England