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Apples. Apples. Apples. Absolutely the Finest SCOTCH COOKING APPLES, Grown in Three Sizes, 7 Lbs., 1/-, 1/3, and 1/6. We

Apples. Apples. Apples. Absolutely the Finest SCOTCH COOKING APPLES, Grown in Three Sizes, 7 Lbs., 1/-, 1/3, and 1/6. We

are holding Stocks of these Apples to Meet the Public Demand for et least Three Mouths to come. REAL FARM EGGS in Larger Quantities To-day, 1 10 per Pozen BITTER.ORANGES, Very Fine, 7 Lbs., 1!-. LARGE JUICY LEMON 4, 9d per Dozen. FINE SWEET ORANGES, 50 for 1 '-. GOOD SIZED Do.,
February 5, 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MRS WA (AKER. DRESS AND COSTUME MAKER. WEST END DRAPERY S'rORE. Varied Assortment of Ladies', Children's. sad Oent.'s Underwear—own make

MRS WA (AKER. DRESS AND COSTUME MAKER. WEST END DRAPERY S'rORE. Varied Assortment of Ladies', Children's. sad Oent.'s Underwear—own make

at reasonable Pekes. Ladles' Blouse Making a Spedatity. Baby Linen and Underclothing Made to Order.
February 12, 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMENT FOR SIX NIGHTS OF

EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMENT FOR SIX NIGHTS OF

WADE KIND, A MAN-A WOMAN-AND A CHILD. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday— The King's Will, No. 12. Another Chaplin Comedy, "The Fateful Mallet" 'Look out for GREAT EXCLUSIVE DRAMA—"£IOOO REWARD." Gown Specialists Ladies' Tailors Af finery : Lingerie : Children's Wear. HENDERSON MACK
February 12, 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Matchless Array of Money-Saving Bargains at O. L. Wilson's "Red Seal" Sale Goods of great merit at prices cut

A Matchless Array of Money-Saving Bargains at O. L. Wilson's "Red Seal" Sale Goods of great merit at prices cut

to the quick. Remember that bargains which are here to-day may be gone to-morrow. Snatch a shori time to visit this great Sale. Underwear for Men. Flannelette Night-Dresses. IF MY Stock Rooms did not contain 500 —Striped and White Flannelette large quantities of Men's Underwear
February 12, 1915 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THIN DAILY CITIZEN. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1f)11%, RISKY RESCUE WORK.

THIN DAILY CITIZEN. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1f)11%, RISKY RESCUE WORK.

LIEUTENANT W. G. Woon, R.N.R., Trawler Reetrive, No. 48. Did excellent work in going to the assistance of damaged trawlers on December 19, and performed the risky duty of crossing the minefield at low water when sent to bring in the Valiant, which had been disabled by a mine. ®a
February 19, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THEATRES.

THEATRES.

February 19, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
R OYAL OSBORNE. THEATRE. " TOMMY ATKINS." Military Baad. Patriotic Play.

R OYAL OSBORNE. THEATRE. " TOMMY ATKINS." Military Baad. Patriotic Play.

February 19, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE, FIRST NIGHT.

THE, FIRST NIGHT.

There are times, of course, when the watch is dull and monotonous, but suddenly comes a night of excitement. To me, a raw recruit, who had never before seen a searchlight, and who had no idea of the duties attached to the work, the first night will be a neverfading memory. The l
February 19, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
KHAKI EVERYWHERE.

KHAKI EVERYWHERE.

Everywhere one sees the now familiar khaki. Blackpool people have grown quite used to it,. And they like it, too, and the men who wear it. No wonder they like and admire the men. From all hands I have had overwhelming evidence that the conduct of the Territorials in• Blackpool h
February 19, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR, TENNANT'S CLOUDY STATEMENT.

MR, TENNANT'S CLOUDY STATEMENT.

An appeal—not exactly stirring from the patriotic point of view—was addressed iu the House of Commons yesterday to the Labour Party by Mr. H. J. Tennant, Under• Secretary of the War Office, during the debate on the Army Estimates. Exactly what Mr. Tennant (that is to say, the Go
February 9, 1915 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England