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pt'lJ.ETS—Full Feathered—Great Bargain. Two-months old Sussex, White Leghorns, Brown Leghorn!, 3/- each; 36/- dozen. Crossbreeds : each; 24/-; 3 month,

pt'lJ.ETS—Full Feathered—Great Bargain. Two-months old Sussex, White Leghorns, Brown Leghorn!, 3/- each; 36/- dozen. Crossbreeds : each; 24/-; 3 month,

30/- dozen. March hatched : 5/- each; 60/- doz. Carriage paid. Live delivery everywhere. Approval.—Brown, 251 High Street, Stratford, Fssex.
12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
s\ %HE ART OF SPEECH.

s\ %HE ART OF SPEECH.

s \ %HE ART OF SPEECH. DICTION: - VERSE SPEARING. - VOICE . PRODUCTION. I4M, ISS JEANIE B. REID has resumed her ELOCUTION CLASSES at BEARSDEN ACADEIIII - . Private Lessons can be arranged. Intending Pupils may be enrolled at the Academy on Thursdays between 4 and o'clock. LAWNMOW
12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
(FLOWER SHOW—Continued from l'age Six.)

(FLOWER SHOW—Continued from l'age Six.)

12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
" THE RUBBiR."

" THE RUBBiR."

Never have the bowlers of Milngavie been roused to such excitement and enthusiasm as have been caused by the " Auld Toon v. New Toon " games that have sprung into prominence this season. Out of two games played, each claims a narrow , ' victory; but to-morrow s " rubber " . sett
12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
MILNGAYIE. CRICKFT C

MILNGAYIE. CRICKFT C

LUB'S MAIORITV.—Thc gavie and Bearsden Cricket Club was in• sugurated in 1903, so that this is the majority year of the club. The committee have agreed to celebrate the event, and have arranged to bold a dinner in the Trades House, Glasgow, as Friday evening. 28th November. All m
12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
THE CHOICE OF A PROFESSION

THE CHOICE OF A PROFESSION

By Sir GEORGE DOUGLAS, Bt. What would I have him be, This bonny bairn upon my knee,— Who, speechless still at long past one, Shows yet so shrewd a sense of fun, And such a world of enterprise, And all things wonders at and tries; For, leave but the ha'-door ajar, And he is out a
12 September 1924 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
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AND NORTH-WESTERN HERALD CIRCULATES IN MILNGAVIE, BEARSDEN. HILLFOOT, BALDERNOCK,>CANNIESBURN, CRAIGTON, KESSINGTON KNIGHTSWOOD, WESTERTON, DRUMCHAPEL, &c.
09 April 1955 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

MAIN ST. NURSERY MILNGAVTE rjIHE above Nursery, owned by Mrs. E. Butler, has been taken over by Messrs. R. and A. N. DUNCAN, C D. Hort. (Glas.), Torbum Gardens, Bearsden, as from 24th March. Mrs. Butler wishes to thank her clients for past favours and hopes that a continuance of
09 April 1955 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

It was decided to hold the annual general meeting of the Association in the Bearsden Public Hall on Tuesday, 17th May. Mrs. Aitken asked members of the Committee to urge tho members of the Association in their districts to attend the meeting, which is of interest to all members.
09 April 1955 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
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James Burgdyne (27), labourer, of Onslow Road, Clydebank, was sent prison for six months at Dumbarton Sheriff Court last week when was found guilty the theft of golf clubs from a car parked in Clydebank.
09 April 1955 - Milngavie and Bearsden Herald - Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland