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GRANGE.

GRANGE.

PLOUGHING ASSOCIATION.—On Tuesday evening a meeting of this association was held in the School. Mr Simpson, Stripeeide, presided. There were also present—Mr Charles Gordon, Drumnagarroch, mcartary; Mr Robert Smith, farmer, Hausba; Mr Thirper. farmer, Burnmouth; Mr James Watson,
4 November 1910 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Keep the Household Machinery

Keep the Household Machinery

running Smoothly. That is the housewife's first duty ; but the " best-laid schemes so much as the cooking. The following Booklets, however, will aid the housewife materially in attaining success in this department : Aunt Kate's Cookery Book, No. I ilAunt Kate's Jams and Jellies
4 November 1910 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW BOOKS PUBLISHED NY HODDER AND

NEW BOOKS PUBLISHED NY HODDER AND

STOUGHTON. ROUND OF THE CLOCK: THE STORY OF OUR LIVES FROM YEAR TO YEIAR. By Sir W. Robertson Nicoll. (&,.) Readers of the " B ritieh Weekly" require no itroduction to this volume—far less to the writer it. The volume is one which deserves, and Ain have, a 'widespread circulatio
4 November 1910 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
S. DENISON, • Is DOME STNIET, INIIITI.V.

S. DENISON, • Is DOME STNIET, INIIITI.V.

4 November 1910 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Our Municipal Victories.

Our Municipal Victories.

It is interesting to observe that while the " Times," of Tuesday, was comforting itself on the discovery it had made that there were fewer Socialist municipal candidates than for many years past, it had on Wednesday morning to publish figures showing that somehow the few who had
5 November 1910 - Justice - London, London, England
 
NOVEMBER 1910.

NOVEMBER 1910.

5 November 1910 - Justice - London, London, England
 
LOSING A GOOD THING.

LOSING A GOOD THING.

Pop your order in through the Branch or direct to the T.C.P. BY, ;4THE:,,WAY. Last week we called attention to the absurd pretensions made on behalf of the Labour Exchanges by Mr. Sydney Buxton. That gentleman said that the Labour Exchanges had already "filled more than a quarte
5 November 1910 - Justice - London, London, England
 
result of concerts, football matches, etc., run locally by a mall committee. Them is a growing spirit for more unity

result of concerts, football matches, etc., run locally by a mall committee. Them is a growing spirit for more unity

amongst the sectional societies, which spirit seems to be mysteriously opposed by Ihe executives of the respective societies, but the determination of the rank and file in this matter bodes ill for any council that openly condemns such a movement. Indeed, the signs are extremely
5 November 1910 - Justice - London, London, England
 
41.1111T1C11.

41.1111T1C11.

New Pamphlet by A. P. HAZELL. SLAVEDOM, SERFDOM, and WACEDOM THREE SYSTEMS OF EXPLOITATION.
5 November 1910 - Justice - London, London, England
 
THE GLEHBOIG UNION FIRE-CLAY CO., Ltd.

THE GLEHBOIG UNION FIRE-CLAY CO., Ltd.

descriptions nacos BRIOKS. BLITZ JAMES DUNNACHIE, Chairman and Managing Director. Highest Award wherever Exhibited On the Admiralty List, and Coatracters to It4s Maieaty's Home ass Indian tioverninants, and the Peimpel National Anneals of Lampe. Works--GIXNBOIG (neer COATBREDGE)
3 November 1910 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland