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FASHIONS FANCIES.

FASHIONS FANCIES.

Many of the most up-to•date coats sußpat • return to the Directoire style. Brown plush, which closely resembles seal fur, is more popular than black plush. Corded silks, moires, and satins still remain favourite materials for the fashionable tailormade. A pretty Rinds of chestnu
3 November 1910 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
BLACK'S Al CABIN BISCUITS.

BLACK'S Al CABIN BISCUITS.

Ne Supper Table sheaf** without theme. The most Eceseincal and Biscuit Jer Schee Mare. MOB Bread and lalt &tract Invaluable for Wags. SOLD ONLY DAVID BLACK & SON, JAM STREIT. OHLLLIWYKZ r PICTURES FRAUD TO PERFECTION. THE BEST PLACE FOR PICTURE FRAMING IS LAWSON'S. Any kind of F
3 November 1910 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
£2O TO £5,000 ADVANCED PliwATI LIM 03 Nene. No Cautiourre required. tnd es privacy guaranteed. lint letter of applicatioo modes@

£2O TO £5,000 ADVANCED PliwATI LIM 03 Nene. No Cautiourre required. tnd es privacy guaranteed. lint letter of applicatioo modes@

preset MINN= sad lateeding borrowers are waited apes by a who Is empowered to complete in on fame monally arranged, NO CHAWS Wag ramie unless astsally oompleted. Special Quotation@ for Shoff Loam Writ* Is coefidence to C. WELLS ricburn. Huth or tg b re a e ul t .
3 November 1910 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
EAtt OF D REQORD, Nov Emma 3, 1910.

EAtt OF D REQORD, Nov Emma 3, 1910.

His Lodship, it appear!, is much away on the Continent, and if the circulars which arrive by poet in closed covers, are sent after him. he has to pay the 8:co-a postage. If, on the other hand, the percents have instructions not to repow anything which looks like a circular, they
3 November 1910 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
A SUNNY PROSPEROUS LAND.

A SUNNY PROSPEROUS LAND.

Said a Card to: The High Commissioner for the COMMONWEALTH of AUSTRALIA, 71t, VICTORIA STRICT, LONDON,
3 November 1910 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
AT LOWEST PRICES.

AT LOWEST PRICES.

NOTE THE ADDRESS-
3 November 1910 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
JAMES M.A.C3iCA."Y", 131R,A.PM1R., 331:TOIK:EM

JAMES M.A.C3iCA."Y", 131R,A.PM1R., 331:TOIK:EM

JAMES 131R,A.PM1R., 'L'OR all the Latest, Smartest, and Best MILLINERY, Ladies 1- know that the right place is the Little Wonder Establishment, where there is always a Fresh and Up-to Date Stock of HATS, TOQUES, and BONNETS at most Reasonable Prices.
3 November 1910 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
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3 November 1910 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
Mr Addison—l thought it was all done under contract. Captain Malcolm—But the Finance Committee knew different. The Clerk—At one time

Mr Addison—l thought it was all done under contract. Captain Malcolm—But the Finance Committee knew different. The Clerk—At one time

we got an offer of £6 We. It has been resting there without any challenge. Mr Mitchell—lt can come up next year. The Clerk—Nat U this minute is passed. It was agreed to approve of the committee's recommendation. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. Mr Addison asked what about the Hospital Commit
3 November 1910 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland
 
Men's Shirts and Hosiery

Men's Shirts and Hosiery

We are offering some very Special Lines in this Department. Men's Dark Tweed Shirts—were 2/4 each; Sale Price, each. Men's Light Tweed Shirts—were 3/3 each; Sale Price 216 each. Men's Light Flannel Shirts—were 3:6 each; Sale Price, 2/9 each. Men's Str i ped Flannel Shirts—were 3
3 November 1910 - Banffshire Advertiser - Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland