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WAR BUT CIVILISED WAR.

WAR BUT CIVILISED WAR.

It has been anuoun:el to us thaiwsr lea:ii;.en declared. If war has bees declared. let the reters - ensibility reek upon those who hate declared it. We. et any rate, see not afraid to face it. But this, I think, we are entitled to hold to. It there is to be war, it eriil bo cond
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
ULKN-URQUHART.

ULKN-URQUHART.

BeLHACAAN CLOTHING CLuB —This Club held their annuli tutetiog at Pitkerrall Thursday, and the memiers wee dials supplied with the goad. subscribed for. The C.ub is very popular, asneisting as it dces of over two kindred membera. residents an the &afield estates of U.quhart and A
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
KIRKHILL.

KIRKHILL.

enritra GVILD.—Tbo annual mooting in connection with the onen.ng of the Guild was Iv.ld in the Church Hill on Wedoesdsy evening —Rev. Mr Macgregor presiding. After a Garvin" of tea and make. me., suralrinteoded by Mlle Mteitmald, The Slime, and ally astive 1 by a few of the lady
30 November 1910 - Northern Chronicle and General Advertiser for the North of Scotland - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
ANkMIA

ANkMIA

Ifra G Di! Of Street, A weworth, Ilkeston, weltered from Anemia from being eighteen years of age. Speaking of her condition, she mays :—" I always felt tired sad weary, weraoet, and miesreble. I lost all power to digest my food, and became so emaciated that I could only walk a f
30 November 1910 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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30 November 1910 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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4, .pared from pure rich milk obtained from special bards, which are kept under constant and rigorous inspection. Pazophlot on Infant Feedhai and Atanagement Iron. grow strorp sleep well and rol hea!th, when fed on 'Allenburys' Foods. They f a Progressive Dietary, unique 4t provi
30 November 1910 - Banffshire Reporter - Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NORTH EAST LANARKSHIRE

NORTH EAST LANARKSHIRE

w 6 a'll A rano= Mt,. Mr T. F. Wilson. Liberal (111didate, ad dressed a largely-attended meeting on ttatur. day evening in Shorts Co.np•ratite Hall, Dykehend. Mr Wilson mid hr had Waifs' Iv kept all the pledges he hod made when elected ten mouths ago. A resolution was pawed endo
30 November 1910 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
r MIRA & F~LNER AI. UNDERTAKERS AND CARRIAGE BIKERS. BUNNYSIDE ROAD. Aso GM BANE STREET.

r MIRA & F~LNER AI. UNDERTAKERS AND CARRIAGE BIKERS. BUNNYSIDE ROAD. Aso GM BANE STREET.

30 November 1910 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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30 November 1910 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE PORT-GLASGOW EXPRESS AND 0' Mr Henry T. Wallace. A GENEROUS SON OF PORT.OLASOOW. We give the portrait of Mr

THE PORT-GLASGOW EXPRESS AND 0' Mr Henry T. Wallace. A GENEROUS SON OF PORT.OLASOOW. We give the portrait of Mr

Henry T. Wallace whose munificent gift to Foreign Missions was announced in our previous issueL It will be remembered that Mr Wallace last week gifted to the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of England the sum of £lO,OOO for the purpose of founding " The Francis Wallace Foreign
30 November 1910 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland