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FIVE O’CLOCK.

FIVE O’CLOCK.

TEIE9RAPH. THE SUFFRAGIST RAID. BEQDRU MAGISTRATE DEPRECATES WOMEN’S ACTS. 'it Bow-str«et, tUis monuDg, the fifteen of stone-throwing ariaing out ot the tuffragistA* raid on the House of Commons on June were dealt with. Eugenia Bonvier. charged with breaking a window at the Priv
July 12, 1909 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.

REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.

THE EMPIRE REVIEW." A pessimistic view the situation in Egypt 13 taken in the opening- article, which is from the pen of "An Old Resident." His contention that a change for the worse has occurred <i administration affairs since Lord Cromer resignation. The English advisers in th
July 12, 1909 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Fxtlng Fish and the A letter from Aberdeen medical graduate, while a voyage from Hartlepool to Cette, contains the

The Fxtlng Fish and the A letter from Aberdeen medical graduate, while a voyage from Hartlepool to Cette, contains the

following interesting passage "We saw flying fish take quite a long flight. The flight was of an aeroplane order far as the wings were concerned, but the fieh seemed to waggling its tail. When it came to within a foot of the eea, it flew other 75 yards, I should think, without t
July 12, 1909 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOOTS I BOOTSt BOOTS! Fairs (rtsnt. 's Tan. -Boots, were 15a; tmw 8s bd. rains Gent's Box-Calf Boots, were now

BOOTS I BOOTSt BOOTS! Fairs (rtsnt. 's Tan. -Boots, were 15a; tmw 8s bd. rains Gent's Box-Calf Boots, were now

bd. Fairs Genu's Box-Calf Boots, were 12s 6d* now 8s 6d. Pairs Gens.'e Clrrome Boote, were 10s. 40 Pairs Gent, 's Glace Kid Boots, were 12s 6d * now 9a 6d. SOLID bILV £R ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS JEWELLERY. WATCHES, ETC., ETC. Solid Silver Afternoon Tea Set was £3- £5. ' ' Solid Silv
July 12, 1909 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In the Erskine D.F. Church, Burntisland, yesterday, the Renr. J. B. Young discoursed on Calvinism. The Burntisland Town Band continues

In the Erskine D.F. Church, Burntisland, yesterday, the Renr. J. B. Young discoursed on Calvinism. The Burntisland Town Band continues

its public performances on the Links Sunday afternoons. cake and candy sale in the Town Hall behalf its fanHa yielded nearly £20.
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRSTY AT THE CARNIVAL.

KIRSTY AT THE CARNIVAL.

Eh, what an awfu' day I had Seterday; I'm ahair I ne'er enjoyed much— An' wi' at the Baxter Park, my word, Frae afternoon till nicht, The like I ne'er hoe seen afore A roond o' pure delicht. But first o' a' —what think ye noo?— A douce auld wife like me Starts aff, faith, a moto
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CYCLONE IN MINNESOTA.

CYCLONE IN MINNESOTA.

Y rk ' Monday* «n ed ' oh" ,u dam Bota and f , T and r) l'T, d , w^ty-«, . ; l Th
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE MILL WORKERS IN TROUBLE IN FIFE.

DUNDEE MILL WORKERS IN TROUBLE IN FIFE.

DUNDEE MILL WORKERS TROUBLE IN FIFE. John Mills and Alex. Crighton, millworkers. belonging Dundee, were charged in Dunfermline Sheriff Court to-day with having, at the High Street. Cowdenbeath, stolen from public library 12s of money, and also with attempting to break into anothe
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ENGLISH PROFESSOR

ENGLISH PROFESSOR

Honoured by Italians. Rome, Monday. Professor John Morris, the Moore honorary life president of the RoyaJ Raphael Academy of CJrbino, has been elected honorary Aeademican the Royal Exalted Academy L<uke of Rome, in consideration of his lectures on art in Italy and in England, ar
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ST ANDREWS SCHOOL AFFAIRS.

ST ANDREWS SCHOOL AFFAIRS.

At a meeting of St Andrews Burgh School Board to-day—the Rev. A. D. Sloan presiding—a letter was read from Miss Irvine resigning her situation at the West Infant Sohool in consequence of her having received an appointment at Kilmalcolm. It was agreed to advertise for successor a
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland