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WeeklySruise of the 0.8. U. The usual weekly cruise of tho took place on Saturday to Bowling. Under fair sky,

WeeklySruise of the 0.8. U. The usual weekly cruise of tho took place on Saturday to Bowling. Under fair sky,

and on untroubled waters, tho email fleet sailed from the harbour at 2.30, and made straight for Dumbarton, where the annual regatta was being held. About an hour and a half was spent on the Leven to allow the members to witness the racing and encourage the favourite Port crews.
13 August 1913 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
If you want to go abroad, he will Book your passage with the Anchor Line or the Union Steamship Oompany ; and he has loads of GLADSTONIC BAGS, TRUNKS, and all Travelling stsonfrementa to snit you.

If you want to go abroad, he will Book your passage with the Anchor Line or the Union Steamship Oompany ; and he has loads of GLADSTONIC BAGS, TRUNKS, and all Travelling stsonfrementa to snit you.

TRUNKS From 8/3 to 22/9 CABIN MOM From 719 to 10/8 CLADSTONE From 9/3 to 18/8 SACS Fram 3/ to 10i- VISITING CASES, lIAMPBS, aqd MONEY BELTS, in Croat Variety. D
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
LEVEN LADIES' CLUB.

LEVEN LADIES' CLUB.

A mind lonesome competition, which was open to visitors, was held feat Thursday. There was a rood entry, and an erj gable game was held. The Int prize went to Mr L. tmoodall end Mime Weir with the nett score of 64, while the mood award was taken by Mr A. Oreig and liim Somer►ill
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
METHIL MERKS DRESS UP.

METHIL MERKS DRESS UP.

The Methil Meeks annual general meeting was held in the Steamboat Tavern, Methil, when a large turn-out of members were present. The Honorary President, Mr Walter Stirling, occupied the chair, and congratulated the Club on having had a very successful season, and hoped the comin
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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They are of proven quality that will held trade in face of the keutat competition. DOUGLAS, Labels Werke, 'Moos Medi Reed, Drh P Week Semi &
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
1. Mons 2. Ventriloquial Quibbles, Owls. Ditty... Na. Bowie. 4. !botch Study, Ti. Caney. 6. laugh, "ma Recruiting Sergeant, Mart

1. Mons 2. Ventriloquial Quibbles, Owls. Ditty... Na. Bowie. 4. !botch Study, Ti. Caney. 6. laugh, "ma Recruiting Sergeant, Mart

it Rill. 6. ViaUN pia) log extrannlinary by the greatest living Violinist, named (on account otitis marvellous skill) the "Scottish' Paganoti," but known to every Scotsman In the Musical World as MACKEIIIIE-PAURDOCH.
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
RICH, PURE, and WHOLESOME . Corn Flour Cake made D.K. way is differ. set from the ordinary. The ingredients of

RICH, PURE, and WHOLESOME . Corn Flour Cake made D.K. way is differ. set from the ordinary. The ingredients of

the D. K. Cake are Rich Rutter, Crktor Sugar, Fresh Eggs, and the BEST Corn Flour. As you know there is a great difference in the many kinds of Corn Flour—that contained in these Cakes is the perfectly digestible and nourishing "fine grade "—a grade separated from the coarse. an
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
PICTURE POST CARDS. LEATHER GOODS AND PHOTO FRAMES GOOD SELECTION OF ALL THE NEWEST OWL CIRCULATING LIBRARY. STATIONERY BOXES and

PICTURE POST CARDS. LEATHER GOODS AND PHOTO FRAMES GOOD SELECTION OF ALL THE NEWEST OWL CIRCULATING LIBRARY. STATIONERY BOXES and

WRITING PADS. ARTHUR GOURLAY, BOOKSELLER NEWSAGENT. 38 HIGH STREET, LEVEN.
14 August 1913 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
Plrriax Na 1,707.

Plrriax Na 1,707.

Na 1,707. lawn or linen, simplifying the making very coossiderably. This is, however, quite easy, the first detail being that of the turning in and tacking of the lower edges of the front and back of yoke. Next gather the front, and back of blouse-part, pin three at the ends to t
14 August 1913 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland