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MEN WITH SEA EXPERIENCE WANTED for the YACHT PATROL BRANCH of the ROYAL NAVY in the follow. ing capacities:— SEAMEN

MEN WITH SEA EXPERIENCE WANTED for the YACHT PATROL BRANCH of the ROYAL NAVY in the follow. ing capacities:— SEAMEN

AND FIREMEN. WAGES. 30s per week. and 10a fund allowance when not victualled. .kSSISTANT COOKS AND .14SISTANT STEWARDS. 25 per week. and lOa fond allowance when not victualled. Promotion to Cook Steward. at a total wage of 43a per seek, as vacancies occur. ENGTNET.R9. Entered as
June 9, 1916 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
MEET ME ARCADE CAFE GLA 800 W. (Bator hos Bateau* Wool or Artyle Btroot) COILFORTABLI LAM" ROOM. POPULITPRICaII. n. Famous

MEET ME ARCADE CAFE GLA 800 W. (Bator hos Bateau* Wool or Artyle Btroot) COILFORTABLI LAM" ROOM. POPULITPRICaII. n. Famous

DINNER (with - - ha PICTURES INGHAVINGS, ETCHINGS, AUTOTYPES, PAINTINGS, M CIOSIERIALL CLAIM GLASGOW.
June 9, 1916 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
Ohaplain's Experiences in France. Publican Fined £lO For Taking Whisky Rome. w a zi d a t t l K

Ohaplain's Experiences in France. Publican Fined £lO For Taking Whisky Rome. w a zi d a t t l K

o ilinar by sher nock iir Sheriff (Dort, William M'Gregor, 23 Vennel Street, Dairy, Colonel the Rev. W. W. Beveridge, a native! of Ayr appeared in his own church , Prince., April bei found by the police for Cane y Street ' United Free Church, Port-Glasgow. on his public-house, 4
June 9, 1916 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
Unequalled in MARGARINE & Food- • • run, • and of the Highest Quality'. • A.l Grow ter it L.

Unequalled in MARGARINE & Food- • • run, • and of the Highest Quality'. • A.l Grow ter it L.

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June 8, 1916 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
£3036 4 3 £29 12 11

£3036 4 3 £29 12 11

18 9 I Outstanding:— -- - Employees of Wemyse Coal Co. Ltd. Employees of Fife Coal Co., 0 0 Leaving to be carried forward the sum of .£603 1 11 (Applause.) To enable one and all to better judge the steady growth of the work accomplished by the Fluid, it may be mentioned that the
June 8, 1916 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 

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Reecham's v 7111 s.

Reecham's v 7111 s.

Reecham's 7111 s. in boxes, labelled Is 3d and 3s Od.
June 9, 1916 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"'IVIIKTS PALACE."

"'IVIIKTS PALACE."

That great measure, The Daylight Saving Bill," has its disadvantages. and among those experiencing some of them are Tommy's amusement providers. Saturday night concert companies at the Gardens in particular are realising what the pushing forward ~f the clock means in 'cutting do
June 9, 1916 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
"QUALITY!"

"QUALITY!"

June 9, 1916 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE SCHOOLS.

THE SCHOOLS.

The local schools were very busy last week with the qualifying examinations, and this week the Sctipture Examination is being held. After it is over, the summer holidays will be in sight. Education was always an important matter, but it will be ne.ro important than ever after th
June 9, 1916 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Death of Mr Thomas White.

Death of Mr Thomas White.

A respected member of the community passed to his resit on Tuesday morning., in the person of Mr Thomas White, manager of Fountainbrae Nurseries, Monifieth. Deceased had been in indifferetit health for • considerable time. lie was well-known in horticultural circles throughout t
June 9, 1916 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland