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WANTED AT ONCE

WANTED AT ONCE

July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SAINT ENOCH HOUSE

SAINT ENOCH HOUSE

End - of - Season
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
REFxjques 1 0.74 0 GOTLAND. To BE SENT TO Walker, ’^Retaey. committee. STREET. Uasgow. Cj^MBERLAIN, CHAMBERS. EDINBURGH. Or to '■^nbull.

REFxjques 1 0.74 0 GOTLAND. To BE SENT TO Walker, ’^Retaey. committee. STREET. Uasgow. Cj^MBERLAIN, CHAMBERS. EDINBURGH. Or to '■^nbull.

Ci os T*B SECRETARY. chambers, Dundee. tOw^^HLAIN. j house, Aberdeen. Lord Provost. Secretary. Jill. SUTHERLAND * fcA'Pr IItISINESS MEH WIsnIIJQ ICJ J-UJOK should apply th * SAUC HIE HALL ST-. STREET. GLASGOW. tor ~ If navy Al marines 3® DUP.ATION OF WAR. v’ l following front KK
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BORDER MAN WINS D.C.M.

BORDER MAN WINS D.C.M.

Sergt. Young. 2nd Batt. Scots Guards, and son of Mrs. Young, Albert Street, Longtown, has been awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous devotion to duty and excellent work as Battalion Signalling Sergeant under very difficult circumstances on the Western front. Ho was wounded in the f
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WAGES ADVANCED IN COTTON

WAGES ADVANCED IN COTTON

TRADE. The Government award the application tli© operatives in the cotton-spinning trade for an increase of wages was announced yesterday in Manchester. increase of 5 per cent, all round is granted, the award to date back to June 17, and to continue in operation during operative
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AUTHORESS DIES AFTER A FIRST

AUTHORESS DIES AFTER A FIRST

AUTHORESS DIES AFTER FIRST GREAT SUCCESS, have written one play, to have enjoyed bearing it applauded as an unqualified success, and to have died almost with the cheers ringing in her ears, is the romantic, and somewhat sad. destiny of Mrs. Martindale, the authoress of Gamblers A
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

CLARK.—On the 19th July, at Pringlcton Row, Borgue, Kirkcudbright, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neiisou Clark, a daughter; both well. PATERSON.-On the 22nd July, at Dooneai, Maxwell Drive, Pollokshields, Glasgow, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Paterson; a daughter.
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
'.CIAL edition. JANS’ 'PER ISONZO. II AN POSI STORMED- \LIAN OFFICIAL Rome, FriJ*? communique issi ie< le continues along it,

'.CIAL edition. JANS’ 'PER ISONZO. II AN POSI STORMED- \LIAN OFFICIAL Rome, FriJ*? communique issi ie< le continues along it,

and tho succof^. becoming consta laxeat. donte Nero zone in to advance along ■a ridge. The resistance, but otu' cresting fro mhirn . ice<l points, inflio* 1 taking about a ont of Plava and® 3«s continues. s were carried and ;ar, a machine gnOj ind other war (Signed( CadorN- v -
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
KILLED.

KILLED.

LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH —Whittle (3957), T. THE BLACK WATCH Batt. —Perthshire Territorinls —Dott i' 2736), S. M.; Haegart (418), A.; M'C’yraocl (1309). S.; M'Gregor (2385), A.; M‘Nab (1259), G. M.; M (1420), A.; Mitchell (1277), D. O. GORDON HIGHLANDERS (6th Batt. Territorials —Ande
July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CALL TO-DAY S/- buys more t ■h, to/ H - SAMUEL’S OiS* '‘l? Drv,fl» pent ' e * ewhere! a

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July 24, 1915 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland