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POBTSIOITH DOT SfOrtS.

POBTSIOITH DOT SfOrtS.

POBTSIOITH DOT District Orders Diatrict Scoutmaster W. >. Kerwood, fridav, Jauuarr 15th, 1013. 1. Scoutmasters* Meeting.—The monthly meeting of Scoutmasters will held on Monday nexi, at 8.15 p.m. (sharp). 2. Test Committee.— Hie monthly meeting the Test Committee will held on Fri
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE OKITEtTO ELEPHANT.

THE OKITEtTO ELEPHANT.

THE ELEPHANT. 1b» clephaat fraai tk« TrfinliJ Stain baeama deeply attachad the keeper who him tarn HaaU Lampur, altkoupk it had to aabmit paiafal earpioal treatment twin a dor, n a larre wound, the rnult the little aaimal’a falliap down tin niae, barf cleaned oat and dreeaed with
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
KNEW ITS OLD OWHXB.

KNEW ITS OLD OWHXB.

The vicugna now ia tko Oardeas ia quite unaafe even with ita regular kaeper. It wan obtained aa young animal Patagonia, aad wan thoroughly friaadly familiar with it* owner, aad taoagaiaad him with obvious pleasure whoa ha cams to see it ia the Zoological Oardaa* after more than
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
TEE 81NOINO BIRD,

TEE 81NOINO BIRD,

HOW IT IS TO A bird dealer, or 0 nataralist," M ka preferred to be described, who was fined Bow-etreet for cruelly ill-treatin* oaptire wild birds, indignantly declared the effect of the case would that hundreds and thoasand* of birds would be killed, because it would not safe t
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
A BRIGHT OUTLOOK.

A BRIGHT OUTLOOK.

The completion the Tehnentepec lUilw*t done much put the Went Const of 'Mexico end Central America in touch with the Gulf end Atlantic Coast* of the United States end the porta Europe. It in monument the enterprise of the Mexican Government and demonstrates the great advantage t
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
NEURALGIA

NEURALGIA

m affection ol the nerves, which causa •harp sent* pain at rsgnlar intervals, aad any occur in different parts of tha body, it generally sign that tha system ran down either from overwork, Iron bloodleesaeoe, or from aa attack some weaken lag illness. It may accompany tho com pl
10 January 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

OTIPuLING STOCK SALES—Thursday. Speeds, Ltd., Lad 133 fat cattle, fat sheep, 59 calves, 72 pigs, 73 milk cows, 368 cast rams, and 1649 store their weekly sale. Pit cattle were bettor show for quality, and with lull complement buyers trade for bullocks and was almost similar last
10 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHEAT PRICES IN 1912.

WHEAT PRICES IN 1912.

WHEAT PRICES 1912. Mr J. M. Robertson, replying Mr Kellaway, said that the average price of wheat in 1912 was, in London, for best British wheat and lid for imported wheat. Paris and Berlin the prices were 50s and 46s 6d respectively.
10 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BARNHILL CONVALESCENTS ARE

BARNHILL CONVALESCENTS ARE

ENTERTAINED. Barnhill Convalescent Home was last night' centre of pleasure to the inmates on the occasion of the New Year's entertainment. Mr T. H. H. Walker, Encliffe, proeided. the course of his remarks he referred with satisfaction to the completion of a laundry the Home 6eco
10 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIGHER EDUCATION IN RURAL SCHOOLS

HIGHER EDUCATION IN RURAL SCHOOLS

BLAIRGOWRIE AND RATTRAY BOARD DISAPPROVE OF SCHEME. Blairgowrie and Rattray School Board met last night—Mr A. W. Bennett, presiding. Arising out of circular from an association formed to provide higher education in rural schools, the Chairman moved the following resolution: " Th
10 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland