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to £15.000 BY ON SIMPLE PRO NOTES NO Cautioners Required and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt

to £15.000 BY ON SIMPLE PRO NOTES NO Cautioners Required and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt

attention, and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative, who is empowered to complete transaction on terms mutually arranged. NO CHARGE being made unless Business actually completed. Special Quotations for Short Loam. Write in Confidence to — C. WELLS, Cockburn Bu
10 January 1913 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
Washing Day Wisdom. of I by washing day riabSing. But there so used for much tubbing If BA BBITT'S WASHING

Washing Day Wisdom. of I by washing day riabSing. But there so used for much tubbing If BA BBITT'S WASHING

NOWDEP; beside., It la the A Soap 1 do' poll CM use. BE SURE YOU GET BABBITI'S 1716 SOAP POWDER SOLD EVERYWEDERZ RAVI MADE AMEN and get a Woe PRISENT. Pat Card B. 'l'. BABBITT'S 43 Worm Street. GLASGOW. %%ill bring you an Illostioted Catalogue.
10 January 1913 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE LAHUE4T LINER.

THE LAHUE4T LINER.

In May next the Ilamlburg-Ameriean tempuny's. mammoth liner, the Imperator, is to mako her maiden voyage. The Imperator will be the largest liner in tho world. Sho is an eleven-storeyed floating palace, feet long, with engines of so,noo h.-p., a displacement of 50,000 tons, and
10 January 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
a EDINBURGH If you oulnot rat. for fro• Catalogue 11. SA MUM., 13:i r+et. • The tremendous excitement caused by

a EDINBURGH If you oulnot rat. for fro• Catalogue 11. SA MUM., 13:i r+et. • The tremendous excitement caused by

H. Samuel's astounding Cale offers is doubled by the sensational reductions now In force. Beautiful Jewellery, set with Diamonds, Rubles, Sisk phlres, etc., handsome Gold and Silver Novelties. roll- able Watches, Zlectro- plate, Cutlery MARKED DOWN REGARDLESS OF COST. Cal nowt I
10 January 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
CHANGE OF BUSINESS FOB TEA BB HOURS. Try Wn We have decided to make an alteration in our HOURS OF

CHANGE OF BUSINESS FOB TEA BB HOURS. Try Wn We have decided to make an alteration in our HOURS OF

BUSINESS, and in future, mill Suomi= to further notice, our Premiels at 12 and 14 WEST BLACKBALL STREET only 67 PRI NC will be CLOSED no SATURDAYS at ONE O'CLOCK, and will remain OPEN DURING THE Brown and Pal REST OF THE WREK UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK. This arrangement, we trust, will be
10 January 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
4 IMPORTANT TO MOTNERS moth h . values the Health an d 61 OTeanlinelwot Rh orchild s ho u ld

4 IMPORTANT TO MOTNERS moth h . values the Health an d 61 OTeanlinelwot Rh orchild s ho u ld

use A HARRISON'S R•" Mar."„ POMADE.O One application kills all Nita and Vermin, beautifies and stren g thens the Hair. In Tins, 4 0 . & 9d. Postage id. Insist on BOLD DT ALL having HARRISON'S POMADE. WO. W. MANIC Agent MlNavonvon. Chemist, 34 Princes Street, Port-O Branell-37 Be
10 January 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
TUESDAY FIRST, JAN. 14. BARGAINS IN MILLINERY, LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIERY, and LACE GOODS.

TUESDAY FIRST, JAN. 14. BARGAINS IN MILLINERY, LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIERY, and LACE GOODS.

TUESDAY FIRST , JAN. 14. BARGAINS IN MILLINERY, LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIERY, and LACE GOODS. SEE WINDOWS FOR DISPLAY. MRS A. LOW & SON THE DRAPERY AND MILLINERY WAREHOUSE, 221-223 BROOK STREET, BROUGHTY FERRY. SPECIAL FOR BITTER ORANGES, Finest APRICOT PULP, in Large Tins, 2/6
10 January 1913 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JOHN GOW'S

JOHN GOW'S

OA 'UNIT AND WAP,ZHOUBI 225 BROOK STREET, BROIIGHTY PERRY. TO. 18; . UPHOLNTSIT Wcat, Jcaante or ALL Dow IT EGlst I send tot! Ghoo looms la Ensl.o bow to raise Om round—just as eLv GIVEN "le WOW hen old Sol is It best. It Lank samosas& .Ake to dweller. Ton mod thin n RAN DC) LAP
10 January 1913 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PAWNBROKER.

PAWNBROKER.

POPULAR FISHRESTAgRANT, 19 CI.ICHTOI9 STREET, DUNDEE. The °sly Shop in DUNDEE for FIRST CLASS FISH SUPPERS. ROBERT QUA DE, Proptietor. Y.M.C.A" BROUSHTY FERRY, ROOMS: BROOK BTRRRT ROOM, AND LINIANT, Alas, &IL UN IC r IP Ilabb.th Morning at 10. SOTS balled GYKNAITIO MAAS= divine
10 January 1913 - Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STORIES OF THE DAY. Narratives related by public men and women are given below. Often they consist of stories told

STORIES OF THE DAY. Narratives related by public men and women are given below. Often they consist of stories told

by celebrities about themselves, sometimes told by them about other people. All are derived from the news of the day. THE BUGLER'S REVENGE, Mr. Will Thorne, who acted as bugler is s procession of taxi-cab strikers at Acton yesterday, served as a bugler in the Scots Guards in the
10 January 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England