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BELFAST LINEN TRADE IS BETTER.

BELFAST LINEN TRADE IS BETTER.

1 (SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED T O Belfast, e The tone of the > -brighter, but the question - business to hang fire- 1 a pted .Cloth production be M requirements to preven c f In the spinning end tr. tc . , small, but merchants, bl r customers a shade, can (l 1 The manufacturers rep'
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FRANCE'S DOWNFALL IN 1870

FRANCE'S DOWNFALL IN 1870

Was Due to Misplaced Pacificism. Is Mr Lloyd George Second M. Ollivier? (Special to the Courier.) . It rather curious that prosperous Free Trade Britain should always, bo the most doleful of all European countries on the subject of the cost of armaments, and that an appeal to re
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH LAND TAXERS ARE CONFIDENT

SCOTTISH LAND TAXERS ARE CONFIDENT

(MOVEMENT WILL BE FURTHERED BY LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH. A private meeting of the members of the United Committee of the Scottish League for the Taxation of Land Values and of the Land Values Parliamentary group was held I last night at Glasgow, Messrs Outhwaite, Dundas, White, and
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AIKEN MAKES BIG AGGREGATE

AIKEN MAKES BIG AGGREGATE

IN TOURNAMENT HEAT AGAINST INMAN. Aiken waa seen to greater advantage at Burroughes' Hall, Soho Square, yesterday afternoon, whereas Inman, making allowance for the fact that tho balls did not at times run too well, was in poor form. In all the! Scot compiled 912, against the ch
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Rubbing It In.—The reading has now completed of the essays written large number of the three thousand poor jhildren of

Rubbing It In.—The reading has now completed of the essays written large number of the three thousand poor jhildren of

_ London borough who visited ;he pantomime, " Red Riding Hood. ' Here i s one itnpredion:—Then the blind (curtain) pulled down, and then piano to Lay you made me love you and then blind were pulled and in come red riding hood she sang you made love you and then in oame the fairy
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Rates •Tier. y being > l " e widest adverti in n t Wa '^ ed°r *»"?«• P r A

Rates •Tier. y being > l " e widest adverti in n t Wa '^ ed°r *»"?«• P r A

p^"^TEsT W rds ' 0r B, "ice Us' Ve '' COn *ecutive. N^^^g^Advts. l> Soiree, ,nss Church w »rocer) desires x l| reference* \ Si* fe&'i v '^. A ppl * r te : ' ' ®20,' merchants' °- Apply No. AW" office. fRe Scott' 011 eucour-154 Ann St 523 d Apply ' , Scotch girls mo^. -Marvel j b
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Prepaid ' Courier a.n J»eni , & Words is 2s, and The Prepaid ar OI (ia I exceeding Jt#VW

The Prepaid ' Courier a.n J»eni , & Words is 2s, and The Prepaid ar OI (ia I exceeding Jt#VW

additional 9 ,y '/ NOTICE- 1 J.i agent they must ll the Newsagent- tender. R son, aged 45. l3t plnm^er. nBeS f MELVILLE.-M fti 2d inst., P« t r l ßattr»y lll A year. Funeral to ' I day. 2 p.m. . t.,, f . tion - , V '« HATOtf.-At C» irn £iV'voar. A Paton, > to»< * the late Peter
February 4, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
T ONDON.—Norfolk Hotel, Surrey St. Strand.—Bed, Breakfast, Lights. Attendance, 6». Day and Night, Porters.\ Personal supervision.— Telegrams; “Following” E, Strand,

T ONDON.—Norfolk Hotel, Surrey St. Strand.—Bed, Breakfast, Lights. Attendance, 6». Day and Night, Porters.\ Personal supervision.— Telegrams; “Following” E, Strand,

London ONDON.—IMPERIAL HOTEL, Russell Square; 1,000 rooms-, with breakfast, ss. Bedford Hotel, Southampton Row; Central; room, breakfast, and bath, ss. Premier Hotel, Southampton Row; room, bath, and attendance, 2S 6d.
February 4, 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
APARTMENTS WANTED.

APARTMENTS WANTED.

VPARTMENTS Wanted, superior; Ecclesall or Psalter lane district; 2 bedrooms and private sittingroom, bath, etc.—Address Y 25, Sfieffleld Telegraph. BEDROOM and SITTING-ROOM Wanted; two single business gentlemen; Dore or district preferred. —Particulars on application to H 53, Sh
February 4, 1914 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England