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HIGH MEET, TILLICOULTRY.

HIGH MEET, TILLICOULTRY.

INVITES ATTENTION to his new stock of BOOTS, I SHOES and SLIPPERS (Black and Tan). Finest Selection of Ironmongery, Enamel Ware, Cutlery, Travelling Trunks, Varnishes and Paints, Miner's Picks, Blades, Shods, Handles, Lamps, 'ihovels, Oil and Oil Cans, Dinner Boxes, Fit Boots, e
29 July 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
SUNSHINE AND SHADOW.

SUNSHINE AND SHADOW.

The sun was high in the heavens. A haze of heat lay roand the horizon tempering the blueness of the sky, and against it the trees, heavy with summer foliage, showed very green and motionless. The heat waved and flowed over the wide fields everywhere as yet uncut, and full of the
29 July 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
DISTRICT SPA RIM hew. our Glasgow 'Whore or e • flndiog their way beck to their owo will be *sire

DISTRICT SPA RIM hew. our Glasgow 'Whore or e • flndiog their way beck to their owo will be *sire

for the gasp, boladay they have had, sad glorious wo oer airy Toil will now eapp their &Nanjing until 'atoms holiday. Oa *liar more they will be sooodiog the of she Dry io-vallry distilet, sad la Were years of our city cousins will speed their relaxation flout boil here. Oely we
29 July 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
BOWLING.

BOWLING.

&M.P.H.—The weekly rink games were continued on Friday evening last. The prises on this occasion re donated by Mr Patereon, jr., (J. &D. Paton). Font rinks took part and at the close it was found that the folowing had won t►e prism viz, James Logan, Robert Johnstone. j•., Frank
29 July 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
Alloy Bat Had. W. Brown, 20 W. Roxburgh, 27 Raw. J. O'Neil, 21 H. 1. Mull, 10 J. Donaldson), 20 J. M'Arthar. 10

Alloy Bat Had. W. Brown, 20 W. Roxburgh, 27 Raw. J. O'Neil, 21 H. 1. Mull, 10 J. Donaldson), 20 J. M'Arthar. 10

Dollar. Ikm.sa.—The annual "strawberry match" took place on Wednesday night, the married sod the sioglr members being pitted sgairst each other. It wee to the visitors' rink, who were 4 up, that the married men were indebted for pulling off the game. Result Married. Single. .1.
29 July 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 

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STREET MASSACRES. HOW THE OFFICIAL MURDERS

STREET MASSACRES. HOW THE OFFICIAL MURDERS

STARTED. Describing the dreadful tragedy which was enacted in Johannesburg from July 4 to 6, our Special Correspondent there narrates the circumstances which led to the perpetration of the official murders of 19 people, only eight of whom were miners, as follows : JOHANNESBURG,
29 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WOMAN'S DUEL WITH JUDGE

WOMAN'S DUEL WITH JUDGE

MR. JUSTICE DARLING TOLD TO LISTEN. A woman, giving her name as Hunt-, said she wanted to make an application to the judge in the King's Bench Division yesterday. Mr. Justice Darling: What do you want The Applicant: Why, you know that farce of a trial a fortnight ago. Mr. Justic
29 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BETTER WAGES FOR DUSTMEN.

BETTER WAGES FOR DUSTMEN.

Following action by the Inc-n.l branch of the Workers' Union and the Brighton Trades and Labour Council comes the annouucement that the dustmen employed by the corporation are to be paid a halfpenny more per load. It had been found that the men, who are paid by piece work, were
29 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
YORKSHIRE

YORKSHIRE

Rhodes. b Hitch Kilner. lbw, b Rushby Denton, b Hitch ..... Wilson. I. Hitch Drake, b Booth. b Rnshby Riffles, b Rusbby Newstead, b Rushby . Haigh. b Rusbby Sir A. W. Whit* b Hitch Dolphin. not out Extras Total . First Innings•—Hitch 4 for 43 and lushly, for 43.
29 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE STATF OF RELIGION IN FRANCE.

THE STATF OF RELIGION IN FRANCE.

France To-day : Its Religious Orientation. By Paul Sabatier. Translated B y f an rom the (Den d French edition by Henry r Binns. , Ltd., 6s. net. It should perhaps be stated, by way of explanation, that the book made its first appearance in a series entitled " Library of the Soc
29 July 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England