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7 February 1910 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CHIEF PARES' OFFICER.

CHIEF PARES' OFFICER.

understand that Major C. H. Enthomit, mho has bed considerable experience in orgamirmion in South Africa. trill be by tha General Perna...el Oommittee as chief °Meer of puke to Me. London Comity Connell in to' OsMoel at Tuesday's mooting. Th. appointment .111 probably provoke co
7 February 1910 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MAN +31,111

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MAN Detest prettier's SUM +3Olll Balance married BALA AND IPERTIiffOO sAnArAT. Pim report of the Bal► and Rail. AMY ►ow the evadad 'Dmemoar 31 Met Pates the amount pr. •hie by the Orem Western Nattway for the balt•yar 1. 111.921 Addling the balance' brought forward nos half.ymr.
7 February 1910 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Grand Trades and Inventions Exhibition, PARK-HALL. CARDIFF. :: Opening at p.m. on WEDNESDAY, FES. 9th, to SATURDAY, FED. 19th. own.

Grand Trades and Inventions Exhibition, PARK-HALL. CARDIFF. :: Opening at p.m. on WEDNESDAY, FES. 9th, to SATURDAY, FED. 19th. own.

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7 February 1910 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRAGEDY OF THE PARIS FLOODS.

TRAGEDY OF THE PARIS FLOODS.

A young- girl and woman yesterday returned to their erstwhile flooded house at AlfortviJle. The house collapsed, and the woman killed. The Mansion House Fund now amounts to £52,000.
7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE COLILERY MANAGER GOES TO BLACKBURN LABOUR EXCHANGE.

FIFE COLILERY MANAGER GOES TO BLACKBURN LABOUR EXCHANGE.

Mr Duncan Livingstone, manager, Little Raith Colliery, was, on the occasion of hi 3 leaving to take up the managership of Blackburn Labour Exchange, met by the workmen of the colliery in the Victoria Hall Saturday evening and presented Thomas Hcadley (one of the oldest workers),
7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KAISER'S FAMILY RULE.

KAISER'S FAMILY RULE.

CROWN PRINCE DETENTION. Aooarding to information . from Berlin, the Kaiser eldest son, the German forty-eight hours' detentioi' 1 This punishment known stubenarrest. . The offence for which tin meted, out consisted , apparently harmless mi.- Al ' af yf to have compromised •' of
7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOIST FATALITY AT GLASGOW.

HOIST FATALITY AT GLASGOW.

A shocking hoist fatality occurred Glasgow on Saturday. Alexander Black (19), salesman with Adam & right, Ltd., warehousemen, inadvertently stepped into the well of the hoist in the P l6<?s fell to the bottom a distance of three storeys. When picked up Blapk was unconscious, and
7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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J? lkt »g Lost ' Q returning

7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Meetings and Lectures. BURNS Society.—Upper Gilfilla.Ti Hall, to-night, 8. Songs and ballads Shakespeare, vocal Lecturer, Miss F. Scrimgeour. 7538 l\yf"ASONlO—Lodge

Meetings and Lectures. BURNS Society.—Upper Gilfilla.Ti Hall, to-night, 8. Songs and ballads Shakespeare, vocal Lecturer, Miss F. Scrimgeour. 7538 l\yf"ASONlO—Lodge

Oamperdown (317).— Meeting to- night 7.40. Business—lnitiation and passing. 1/a.rga attendance requested. 7569 XTORTH End Choral Society. Practice resumed Monday evening first, Andrew's Hall, Meadow St., 8.15 prompt. "423 CITIZENS' Union.—Sixth Ward Committee meet. Free Church H
7 February 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland