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August 18, 1927 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
AUTUMN FICTION.

AUTUMN FICTION.

MILLICENT DORRINGTON. Riohmal Crompton. Hodder and Stoughton: 7s ed. The novels already written by Miss Crompton have been clever delineations of the intimate life of a home and family, and this new plot is no exception to the rule. The life story Millicent Dorrington opens when
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ADVENTURE YARNS.

ADVENTURE YARNS.

the rollings windswept prairie a.s background " The Padlocked Plateau " (Jarrolds: 7s 6d), by Arthur Preston Hankins, is an excellent yarn for men and boys. The plot centres oh famous detective engaged to hunt down cuttle rustlers " and tells of his numerous hair-breadth escapes
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Faith and Order.

Faith and Order.

There was a time when those who professed and called themselves Christians seemed to have for their chief aim the disunity of Christendom Any comparatively small quibble of creed, dogma, or administration was sufficient to cause secession and enmity Shibboleths instead of the ce
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TOWN CLERK CONDEMNED.

TOWN CLERK CONDEMNED.

Bloemfontein, Wednesday. Intense interest has been aroused here by the "trial, which has been proceeding before a judge and two assessors during the past nine days, of De Leeum, the town clerk of Dewetsdrop, in the Orange Free State, where the town hall was destroyed last April
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THROUGH LAKELAND.

THROUGH LAKELAND.

Progress of Motor Cycling Trials. The British ladies retain their supremacy in the international six days' motor cycling trial. Of the 11 teams which are competing for international honours, either for the trophy or the vase, they alone retain full marks, though two of the teams
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ARRADOUL W.R.L. FLOWER SHOW.

ARRADOUL W.R.L. FLOWER SHOW.

The annual flower show of Arradoul W.R.I, was held in the hall yesterday, when there was good display flowers, fruit, and vegetables, considering the season. Mrs Wilson, Arradoul House, presided the opening ceremony. Mrs Burgess, from New South Wales, who declared the show open,
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH STOCK MARKET.

EDINBURGH STOCK MARKET.

BRITISH FUNDS, ETC. MINES. War SPC Deed. 101 » . Arizona Ord., 10« Conversion l pe. 76 s Do. Shar# Wars., 10a Mysore, 16s I jd HOME RAILS. L. & N.E. Def., a3 s'( OIL. Angkf-Persian 2nd Pf. 27s FANKS. 10i d Barclays B Sns.. 56s Burmah Ord.. Mexican Eagle Ord.. 18s INSURANCE. Scot
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC COMPANIES.

PUBLIC COMPANIES.

BRITISH LINEN BANK. The British Linen Bank announces dividend for the past half-year the rate 16 per cent, per annum, less tax. J. and R. Allan.—lnterim p«r Ordinary share. Mengkibol (C.J.) Robber.—lnterim dividend 5 per cent. London and Edinburgh Shipping.—Dividend of per cent.
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES. "NEW PALAIS" DE DANSE, TUB COOLEST PLACE SUMMER. SCOTLAND'S PRETfIEST BALLROOM : LAVISHLY LIGHTED : DELIGHTFULLY DECORATED. 3

PUBLIC NOTICES. "NEW PALAIS" DE DANSE, TUB COOLEST PLACE SUMMER. SCOTLAND'S PRETfIEST BALLROOM : LAVISHLY LIGHTED : DELIGHTFULLY DECORATED. 3

p . m . DANCING TWICE DAILY a p.m SPECTATORS can view the wonderful Ballroom and all its attractions from the Balcony (during afternoon sessions) for the moderate charge is, which includes Afternoon Tea (except Wednesday and Saturday). THIS AFTERNOON at 3—Admission, is. To-XIGHT
August 18, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland