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October 26, 1897 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IRISH EGGS

IRISH EGGS

IRISH BUTTER. USUAL CHEAP SALE ON THURSDAY. COAL Scales for bagging and lorry use. —Anderson Bros., 39 Slockwell Street. FURS. —Lady has elegant 7-Quinea Black Set. rea. skins; latest style; stole and muff, with heads, tails and paws; new condition; 30s. approval.—Mis* Pritchard
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HEPBURN BROTHERS, 219 St. George’s Road

HEPBURN BROTHERS, 219 St. George’s Road

PIANO. —Very flne-toned Upright, by Collard, Just newly arrived for sale. £lO 10a net cash; well worth seeing, at Hepburn Brothers.
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ATHER AT CRICKE

ATHER AT CRICKE

A party of lady bathers nlav»x match on the sands at'Bourncm„ „. cru £ et picture of a fair Our GIRL WHO WAS Too BIG~FOR the post office! Did any of your readers t, young lady being considered ton r a ployment in the Post Office ask- |« ' Major William btentiford in fk-. Morning
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TRAWLERS BIG HAUL.

TRAWLERS BIG HAUL.

The steam trawler Theresa Boyle, belonging to Mr. John Boyle, Glasgow and Aberdeen, landed a shot of tons at Aberdeen yesterday which realised .£lllO, or j£7 more than any previous local record. The Theresa Boyle is one of the latest additions to the Aberdeen fleet, and has made
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CLYDE TRUST.

CLYDE TRUST.

INCREASED REVENUE FOE LAST YEAR. In submitting the financial statement at a meeting of the Clyde Navigation Trustees in Glasgow yesterday, Mr. James S. Craig said the revenue was £G47,673 4d, an increase the previous year £13,915 Is. The expenditure charged to the revenue was .£
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ON SERVICE.

ON SERVICE.

SERVICE. CARMICHAEL.—On the 17th May. killed in action at PestAtert, Private James Carmichael, 4th Cameron Highlanders eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J Carmichael. 3 Cecil Place. Ibrox, Glasgow and late of Crossbill. v.uu.t.ow. GIRLS’ AND MAIDS’ FROCKS & COSTUMES SELLING CHEAP AT MOO
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DAILY RECORD AND MAIL. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1915

DAILY RECORD AND MAIL. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1915

September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DECORATED BY THE

DECORATED BY THE

KING. Rome, Tuesday General Joffre visited the King and General Cadorna at the front, and inspected the various important positions. The King conferred the Grand Cross the Military Order of Savoy on the General, who spent two days on the Italian front. The press to-day devotes e
September 8, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland