War OFFICE AND DUNDEE. Ow NERS and jute freights. MILK DANGERS°ian '* 1e ' w ho is working like , behalf of the Territorial Force. ' opinion that the Territorials tl j e< an< * district are doing so well that •* "v necesBit y r paying a visit to esterda >' a Glasgow he did his-
TERRIBLE FURNACE SMELTING DISASTER, . Workmen Overtaken By Seething Mass. A terrible smelting furnace disaster, in which so far eight lives are known to have been lost, is reported from RueJle, near Angouleme. The accident happened about four o'clock in the afternoon, when the w
Dies in Kilsyth Hospital To-Day. The death took place in Kilsyth Cottage Hospital of Janet M'Kenzie or Clark, widow, seventy-three years of age, and who was removed there the result of burning injuries. Mrs Clark resided with her son, Henry Clark, in Low Craigends. and had been
St Petersburg, Wednesday, i The Petersburg Telegraph Agency an- nounces that it is authorised to give a com- i Elete contradiction to the reports that Russia addressed demand to China regarding Mongolia, and is preparing for the oocupa- i tion of that province.
Are To-Day Voting On the Minimum Wage Question. About 18,000 fife miners are being asked to-day Are you in favour of stopping work for a district individual minimum wage? The question is momentous one, afiecting all classes in the country. A few days ago the ballot papers were f
The ballot decided upon the British Miners' Federation to settle the question of giving notice establish the prinoiple of a minimum wage for underground workers began to-day, and will last three days. Supplies of house coal in London are abundant, but an early rise in price is e
Aged eighty-three Customs pensioner died Gateshead a few weeks ago through falling downstairs. Since then rumours have circulated extensively a largo fortune being left him. It appears, however, that he has left slightly over £1000, the gradual savings long life in the Customs,
Shareholders and the Directors. An action has been raised in the Court of Session by Alexander Thomson, farmer, Springfield. Coupar Angus, and others against John Douglas & Son, Ltd., preserve works, Soone, and others. Pursuers are ordinary shareholders of the defending Company,