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ESCAPED MONKEYS AT DUMBARTON.

ESCAPED MONKEYS AT DUMBARTON.

Dumbarton, Saturday. When monkeys escape from their cagcs it not an easy task to recapture them. This was proved at Dumbarton when a pair of mischievous animals got away from a side show present Meadow Park, and were chased the open a large crowd adults and juveniles. One, the s
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SIR HARRY LAUDER

SIR HARRY LAUDER

ALL ENGAGEMENTS CANCELLED. Sir Harry Lauder has been spending the past week on Deegide, where he has been the guest of his life-long friend, Provost Donald Munro, 0.8. E., at Ravenswood, Banchory. Sir Harry is bearing his great sorrow wonderfully well, and has been enjoying some
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE ABUSES OF THE ROAD.

THE ABUSES OF THE ROAD.

THE ABUSES THE ROAD. y Not a Police Car Patrol? v BY A MOTORIST ; Wi th all tw be in a reemen V* Mr J- H - Campbell hedt' 16 ° f laSt week about Ve th the people of Scot " lhe re i s eir roads. yet r at° m ea T ever y bod y the ° S hanff ProVided that all w; s ' and mare> of hors
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULT A GLANCE.

YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULT A GLANCE.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE-First Division. CLYDE BO'NESS 0 DUNDEE r... O MOTHER WELL, .. DUNFERMLINE, .. 1 AIRDRIEONIANS, 4 FALKIRK 5 ST JOHNSTONE, .. 1 HAMILTON 0 CELTIC. O HIBERNIAN 3 COWDENBEATH, .. 0 KILMARNOCK. .. 2 PARTICK THISTLE, 3 RAITH ROVERS, .. 2 ABERDEEN 3 QUEENS PARK, ..3 ST
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Scottish Football Referees' Association, at a meeting held in Glasgow last night, reaffirmed their decision, by 72 votes 46.

The Scottish Football Referees' Association, at a meeting held in Glasgow last night, reaffirmed their decision, by 72 votes 46.

to be loyal to the Scottish Football Association and its kindred bodies.
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Learning to Waltz

Learning to Waltz

A great many old gentlemen in town now are learning to waltz, I hear. They -Used to waltz years ago, but they found the new step very . difficult just because it is so unlike the old. Waltzing, the experts say, will be half the business this winter. The Charleston, also, has bec
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOISY MOTOR-CYCLES

NOISY MOTOR-CYCLES

This compares curiously with the savage fines inflicted on motor-cyclists for riding noisy machines. There is no denying that noise is still causing a great deal of annoyance, especially in cities, and that it should be put down. There is every indication that the authorities ar
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
'BUS 1N A GARDEN

'BUS 1N A GARDEN

Six Passengers Treated at Hospital After Swerving Mishap Six persons, three men and three women, were treated at King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, S.E., as the result of a bus accident in the Peckham-road, near Camberwell Green. The bus, in trying to avoid another bus, whic
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SECRET OF HOW TO APPRECIATE A CAMPING HOLIDA

SECRET OF HOW TO APPRECIATE A CAMPING HOLIDA

wE'LL \\ \' \ \ \\', you THE' \ kill' „ I 'l l !r-, • •' \'i . • NO ON '2. KNOWS FELT G Ur"' \ 1-AOL \ DAY 'l°U )\\ / IT ,EY \ \ \ 4 , \ '.: UN - 1 - k t. "M ED CAI -1 1P‘NC SEE ti NO - SILLY \ \ \ \" \ • To IT up As BAD JOB. NO ON KNC>WS Ws'il# the outdoor holiday may be all ri
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England