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ARTIST, OR BUNGLER?

ARTIST, OR BUNGLER?

There's a beautiful art that is sadly neglected, ' And daily I wonder see it rejected By some who'd be healthy and wealthy and ; wise, just condescending to open their eyes And look things fairly, with never a pout— I refer to the fine art of doing without. "Why, that's nothing
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
What is a Mett?

What is a Mett?

tv «nj 'M§tNr J®.yo Ur el ra Ph and Post. ll, statij° rrespon<^ ent ves-Bs»Ws»W «S" «*» « V» r, Dundee at present XH4 r anJ . ln the* r^ u Or , r y and buj-jyjj ur d«n of coals, 'v' J p "®tls t ? tc Dundee, shall I)' 1 O,Iv T >es We^ht - royes uj kc one '■ I \ t>o '- I nd< ' )1
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Fortune-Teller —"You wish know some tiling about your future husband:" Lady |Customer —"No. I don't. I want know 'about the

Fortune-Teller —"You wish know some tiling about your future husband:" Lady |Customer —"No. I don't. I want know 'about the

past of present husband.
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE "ONE-MAN BAND."

THE "ONE-MAN BAND."

Artiste's Claim for Personal Injuries. j John Carson, or Signor Bandoni. the " oneman band." appeared plaintiff at Newcastle-on County Court in action against Robert Scott, proprietor of the leture Hall, Newcastle, from whom claimed £20 damages for personal injuries. was stated
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IF YOU HAVE

IF YOU HAVE

any Houses to Let do not allow the opportunity to slip of advertising them in "Telegraph and Post." so doing you your property in a most conspicuous light, and you have every chance of getting a tenant..
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ITALY'S NEW FRIEND.

ITALY'S NEW FRIEND.

An Agreement The recall of M. o mA\ Ambassador at Constantin because was too friend? off coupled here with the troops along the Black Sea casus. So far these two plained, but they bear a 610 ' for Turkey. ... •'I The Debats says that .. Charykoff's recall indicates ,» graoe of t
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREAKS OF NATURE.

FREAKS OF NATURE.

Seven Children Wbo * Twenty Fin# 0 ® üb A woman called, at the her son, who has o ' 11 if twelve finders on each. r. The most part J all her sons possess similar 21 fingers, another 23, ohildren 24 fingers each, \igfi? enjoying good health, studying these cases. . ijj: town ' n
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AMUNDSEN'S PLANS.

AMUNDSEN'S PLANS.

4 V Captain Amundsen states _ 0 the book telling the full 6 ,/ the South Pole in y I>ater will lccture America. _at 1 He will rejoin the ra July, 1913.—Daily
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
&R ALEX. L. ,\m CBs' Distinguished Country. C$ \ 0 * Poaco - Liverpool's day Blundellsands, V w rt Deceased,

&R ALEX. L. ,\m CBs' Distinguished Country. C$ \ 0 * Poaco - Liverpool's day Blundellsands, V w rt Deceased,

who fifl, ' Was one the most dis% lo country.
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KING HAS A QUIET TALK

KING HAS A QUIET TALK

Cadets. Buckingham Palace *tra]ia Cadets on visit < N aiVu l! P group forma- f<W»PMW 9 the 1 along the lines and *L the , cwlctjs ' "out the tour, organic a Particularly invV * J . tlVe drum-major, and
March 14, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland