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April 25, 1923 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EVRESS th. inaidn Tien, of goal+ lint opportunity and Airdrie the •isitors. would, however. were $ team COMSSS b such

EVRESS th. inaidn Tien, of goal+ lint opportunity and Airdrie the •isitors. would, however. were $ team COMSSS b such

fawn wonid probably eleven in the bkague. it the series at home and wimps the fineet of a string of capital woe; mode on Broomfield Park this season. AI.I.IANt E cANIE AT CLIFTONHILL. have was t eni The game between Albion. Rovers A And Kilmarnock A at cilittonkill Park was pret
April 25, 1923 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ri 4 of night life on the Motattnarte. In contrast, one sew the unequalled and tnusquillity of Rugl.h cosuitry R.B.

ri 4 of night life on the Motattnarte. In contrast, one sew the unequalled and tnusquillity of Rugl.h cosuitry R.B.

PICTURES. - The haat of the Mohicans." the worlehlrriown towel Jams*" Coomr, tha awry of • Prince vithopt • PrigdoM, purred a B.' Bill. Water on Monday. This in I picture that shonld not bi by lowers. of the The programme also includas "Perils of the Yukon," isingle-reel corned,
April 25, 1923 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
C. R. MACFARLANE

C. R. MACFARLANE

Painter and Decorator, 5 BAY STREET, Port -Glasgow. ROUSE Animus-43 Firrepark Torsos. Port-Glasgow Window Cleaning Co., io SPRINGHILL, PORT-GLASGOW. All Kinds of WINDOW Cleaning undertaken. Prompt Attention. Moderate Prices. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. LIZ NICE. ; 2 ANDCOCKROACHES
April 25, 1923 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
Paterson Brothers'

Paterson Brothers'

Quality Gaberdine, Very Smart StyleA, either Braided or Embroidered, Two rice° Skirt, in Nigger, Nlolc, Navy, Kiwn, arid a .k; 7,8, and 9. Our Prieei, £3 is 6d, £3 3s, and £2 19/6 Distinctive COSTUMFS in Best Quality Gaberdine, Exclusive Designs, Fashioned on Newest Lines, Coats
April 25, 1923 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
MILLER & SONS

MILLER & SONS

21 PRINCES STREET.
April 25, 1923 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
No Matter . 1 how badly soiled Wyour Suit, Costume, or eatherproof may be send it to Castlebank to have

No Matter . 1 how badly soiled Wyour Suit, Costume, or eatherproof may be send it to Castlebank to have

its original fresh smart look restored. All soiling and stains are skilfully removed and expert. tailors attend to minor repairs. Suits Cleaned and Tailorpressed, 8 6 Costumes (ordinary), 7/6 Weatherproofs retinted to ori g inal fawn shade and reproofed, Ladies, 7/6 ; Gents, 8/6
April 25, 1923 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
PROPAGANDA THAT MUST BE OPPOSED.

PROPAGANDA THAT MUST BE OPPOSED.

LORD BURNHAM'S PLEA. "'Tis mad world, my masters." This 17th century proverb was quoted by Viscount Burnham a speech at Glasgow yesterday He said it described feelings when he read Mr Smillie's speech at the recent Scottish Trades Union Congress advocating the arming of the work
April 25, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Entertainments. . WHAT DID THE TAILOR'S DUMMY SAY WHEN HE SAW PATCHES??? THIS THE TITLE (PATCHES) OF THE POPULAR MUSICAL

Entertainments. . WHAT DID THE TAILOR'S DUMMY SAY WHEN HE SAW PATCHES??? THIS THE TITLE (PATCHES) OF THE POPULAR MUSICAL

REVUE BEING PRESENTED AT THE KING'S THEATRE. This Show has been Re "DRESSED" and "SEWN" with New " MATERIAL "since its Last Visit. The Company includes GUS OXLEY, whom Dundee audiences wiU remember, also Miss DOROTHY ROSEVEARE, supported by Splendid Chorus. 6.40 TWICE NIGHTLY. 8
April 25, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The much-coveted Brooklands Founders' Gold Cup was won by Mr. E. A. D. Eldridge on Easter Monday, 1923. Mr. Eldridge's

The much-coveted Brooklands Founders' Gold Cup was won by Mr. E. A. D. Eldridge on Easter Monday, 1923. Mr. Eldridge's

Fiat " was equipped with Continental Cords actually taken from stock, and not specially made for this race. A speed of 96.09 m.p.h. was attained— surely a tremendous test for tyres and a certain guarantee of the toughness and durability of Continentals. Also the 100 m.p.h. Long
April 25, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland