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TILE. LIMIT

TILE. LIMIT

was the method by which they (wombed to bridge ovr the ditheuen. behave lty. They to the publicans e -- gentlem yonrselves, conduct your tinniness with proprety. and for rt foueen years may tount getting a new license for the new year. If you do not, you shall rcceive compensati
October 30, 1908 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
TRANSFERS.

TRANSFERS.

Mew Elisabeth Duncan. Cottage, John Street. Ayr, was granted transfer of public-honse for born Inn. Mr John Bain (of Messrs Mackintoalt and Bain) appeared on bOtalf of John Buchanan, The Row Cottages, St. ()oleo: who applied for transfer of license for the Ballocliinyle Inn ,Mat
October 30, 1908 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
LEAGUE LIGHTS.

LEAGUE LIGHTS.

Isave aside from the reckoning the ailternian-Mortan match—Morton hardly taken seriously at the moment---and the indicate the existenee of an equality hardly reflected in the tattle. In the other seven games the home clubs scored eight points , as *gang.% Bix, no fewer than fair
October 30, 1908 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE MIDIOOTHIAN JOURNAL. FRIDAZ OCTOBER 30, 1008.

THE MIDIOOTHIAN JOURNAL. FRIDAZ OCTOBER 30, 1008.

SALE Or WORII.--lolal Satuidey afternoon of seri:. orvaniaed itv the the Retormisl Presbyterian Church, held in the Masonic Hall, when there was a splendid variety of articles, both useful and, ornamental, offered for sale. The Rev. A. C. Onvg presided at the opening ceremony, a
October 30, 1908 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MEMORIEB OF THE /SEA.

MEMORIEB OF THE /SEA.

Superstition and imagination, if not relative terms, would soma to go hand in hand. Whence ideas relating thereto have origin, bow they come, and whither they go, it appears that &nutst psychological research is unable to find out. It may be said, however. that out of both have
October 30, 1908 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HEROES OF THE ENGINE ROOM.

HEROES OF THE ENGINE ROOM.

The cargo steamer Cramlington, of Wee. Hartlepool, with coal and coke, from Newcastle to Seville, was run into just outside the Humber, at midnight, by an uaknown steamer. The Cramlington was cut into amidships, and water began to low into the engine-room, but the Are. men and e
October 31, 1908 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
HENDERSON,

HENDERSON,

Mahwah and Retail Watch Ma 29, SOW= and Jeweller,
October 31, 1908 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
PUMPHERSTON

PUMPHERSTON

MISSION MEETINO.—On Sunday eveniug Mr Heron conducts(' the evening service in the Hall. During the several loolos were rendered. There was a good attendance. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.---On Tuesday night MISS play and Miss WHanly read papers un " Should Women enter Parliament."
October 31, 1908 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
The cricketers of Fauldhouse know how to

The cricketers of Fauldhouse know how to

provide winter amusement as well summa recreation. The concert on Friday night 'was another cricketers' success, and again the• club " scored high." The folks of Kirkliston and Corstorphine were afforded a rare spectacle on Saturday when the sprinters in the Marathoh race touche
October 31, 1908 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
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October 31, 1908 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland