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0013 G IV TVS MAC'S.

0013 G IV TVS MAC'S.

0013 G IV MAC'S. Proceechag. wat A that oa Saturday. September 10 be had ),kit with deceesed, who semi he was gausg to his ward work early is order to go to /Jereadra Pak. - -• he go to the raoss?—Never see him she. be retursed?—He name to my eittanz-room about 530 p.m. H« told m
16 September 1921 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Humanised Sterilised, and Spacial Nursery Milk In Bottles for Infants and Invalids.

Humanised Sterilised, and Spacial Nursery Milk In Bottles for Infants and Invalids.

16 September 1921 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
We beg to Thank oar numerous Patrons for their support during our most Successful Sale of Musical Gods. and we

We beg to Thank oar numerous Patrons for their support during our most Successful Sale of Musical Gods. and we

hope to offer them FURTHER BARtiAINS in the near future. We are now offering a large stock of assorted DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS At Low Prices, ranging from to 1/6 each TO CLEAR. You are sure to find just the Title you have bees MAW for amonet these. Don't delay, come and hear them.
16 September 1921 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BELFAST LINEN TRADE

BELFAST LINEN TRADE

SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE COURIER. Belfast, Friday Evening. In all sections of the trade there is distinct evidence of movement. , So far the actual business Cloth, some of which is quite considerable, has been largely in dress goods for next season's American trade. Damask Linens
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUTUMN DAYS IN THE GARDEN.

AUTUMN DAYS IN THE GARDEN.

Overhaul Early Flowering Herbaceous Plants. The present season is a most opportune time to overhaul some of the early flowering varieties of our herbaceous plants, as there is still sufficient time left ere the winter-be on us to enable them to become established. Almost all of
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A GIFT FROM THE QUEEN.

A GIFT FROM THE QUEEN.

Royal Recognition Of Arbroath Hospitality. Mrs Lindsay Carnegie, Annesley, Arbroath, who had the honour of entertaining Queen Mary and Princess Mary to lunch on the occasion of their visit to Arbroath, has received from Balmoral Castle an excellent portrait bearing Her Majesty's
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MEIGLE WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE

MEIGLE WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE

Miss Bisset, Drumkilbo, demonstrated in a most efficient manner the trussing, boning, and stuffing of fowl at, the September meeting of the Meigle Women's Rural Institute, presided over by Mrs J. A. Cox. This was followed by a roll-call of bacon cecipes and a lecture on bulb gro
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scottish Authorities and Unemployment.

Scottish Authorities and Unemployment.

The protests of Scottish local authorities against the Government's attempts to shirk their whole duty in dealing with the unemployment problem are swelling to climax. « Dundee Corporation's conference yesterday with other municipalities will pro. bably be but the prelude to a u
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEEN AT THE CINEMA.

SEEN AT THE CINEMA.

In going to the picture theatres I have" noticed that For leading man to sit in front of an open fireplace produces reveries. For me to sit in front of an open exit produces cold in the head. Crooks who jump into taxicabs will be pursued. Crooks who drive taxicabs will get away
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLANWARING SENT FOR TRIAL

CLANWARING SENT FOR TRIAL

PRISONER'S STORY OF HIS MOVEMENTS. Admits Making a Blunder. Interest of an extraordinary nature was again shown at Cambridge yesterday in the hearing of-the charge against Thomas Clanwaring of murdering Alice Maud Lawn at her shop in King Street on July 27. At an early hour crow
17 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland