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KIRKCALDY DISTRICT COMMITTEE.

KIRKCALDY DISTRICT COMMITTEE.

A meeting of the Kirkcaldy District Com mittee of the County Council was held in the Sheriff Courthouse, Kirkcaldy, on Saturday— Mr Joseph Budge, chairman, presiding. The main business of local interest was the discussion on the question of the CLOSING OF LEVSN DOCK, when the Cl
January 3, 1901 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
Zorn.

Zorn.

At Ellerin', Leven. on the 2nd lost , the wife of JOHN AITKIN, of a daughter. At Links, Buekhaven, on the 29th ult., the wife of HUGH RANKIN, of a son. At Vi:t..ria Road, Buokhaven, on the 316 ult., the wits of Alum Soorr, daughter. At Randolph Street, Buokhaven, on the 31st til
January 3, 1901 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
JAMES BUDGE, JOINER AND CONTRACTOR, OLD BRICKWORK, HAUGHOATE, LEVEN. SHOP and OFFICE FITTINGS Executed. All kinds of HOUSE JOBBING, GLAZING,

JAMES BUDGE, JOINER AND CONTRACTOR, OLD BRICKWORK, HAUGHOATE, LEVEN. SHOP and OFFICE FITTINGS Executed. All kinds of HOUSE JOBBING, GLAZING,

itc., attended to. Horse Address—Tin BZIOCA. LINKS ROAD, LIMN
January 3, 1901 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
I hope they will both be long spared:

I hope they will both be long spared:

That they will continue to take an interest the public life of Tilly. goes without saying. Provost Scott was quite "at home in the chair." a turnout of bairns on our streets on Tuseday night. Each of them provided with a " tinnie " or a cup. Yes, there were some Xmas soirees on.
January 1, 1901 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
ALCOHOLISM IN CHILDREN.

ALCOHOLISM IN CHILDREN.

The German authorities at Boon made an investigation upon alchalism among pupils in primary school., which shows a startling state of affairs. Sixteen children out of one hundred did not drink milk, and absolutely refused to drink it because ;t had no savour. two hundred and thi
January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PARTIAL TO .T4E3d.,

PARTIAL TO .T4E3d.,

She: "The believe, is the ribbon It is an inhabitant of the great depth of the n. Ile: " I suppose the mermaids are very partial :0 this specimen."
January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOW READY. THE PILOT PRICE-TWOPENCE. NOW READY. ANNUAL,

NOW READY. THE PILOT PRICE-TWOPENCE. NOW READY. ANNUAL,

January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Leith Burghs Pilot, Saturday, January 5, l9Ol.

The Leith Burghs Pilot, Saturday, January 5, l9Ol.

THE NEW YEAR IN LEITH. ME nineteenth century passed away with no inure than the usual manifestations which mark the changing years. So far as could be seen from a perambulation through the main thoroughfares, the average of drunk seemed about the same as on formeeyears, and the
January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE LIBERAL CLUB.

THE LIBERAL CLUB.

SATURDAY evening at the Liberal Club was devoted to a hat " night. There was a small atendance, over which Mr Smith presided. Mr Murray, the secretary, collected the papers, and after they had been mixed up in the hat, the hat was again handed round, and the members who desired
January 5, 1901 - Leith Burghs Pilot - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland