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29 August 1913 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
ROUND THE COUNTY. - The historical article for this week on the I pariah of Gleocosse, which is one of

ROUND THE COUNTY. - The historical article for this week on the I pariah of Gleocosse, which is one of

the smallest parishes in the County, and in 1801 could only boast of a population of 390. The population touched its high water mark in 1881, when the returns brought out 1500. In the next two deoadta alight decreases fell to be reported, But 1911 showed an increase of 40 person
29 August 1913 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
(From Truth.)

(From Truth.)

The King and Queen intend be make a number of excursions in Upper Deeside during their present stay at Balmoral, and there will be picnics at Linn of Dee, Loch Callater, Linn of Quoich. the Falls of Garrawalt, and other attractive spots in the district. The Prince of Wales retur
29 August 1913 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
LYONS.

LYONS.

hands, whilst she regarded our compartment (No. 2030909) with a fixed, unnatural smile. Young Bert, who, I am glad to state, looked rounder, healthier, and happier than might have been expected, in view of his recent severe indisposition, gazed contentedly at all the varied obje
29 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
on his arm—a thin, grey-whiskered man came up, who was not very clean and not very sober, and who carried

on his arm—a thin, grey-whiskered man came up, who was not very clean and not very sober, and who carried

in his hand a short, stout whip. This person glanced interrogatively at Bert's young lady. " Name o' Bagshow? " he demanded. Stouts Farm? To be met?" " This is he," we had to admit. " Then 'op up into moi cart, Boy," replied the grey-whiskered man. " There's pig, there as will a
29 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 

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IDYLL.

IDYLL.

•OULSBY " Legs do weigh one down, don't they ? " she asked. doubtfully. "I reminded her that the beet angels relied upon wings—if pictorial art is to be trusted.. " Let's toss," said Ursula, " and settle it that way." I produced half-a-crown. " Heeds you take the pyjamas and tai
29 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
forbidden him either to read or write. This naturally reminds you of the small boy who was discovered by a,

forbidden him either to read or write. This naturally reminds you of the small boy who was discovered by a,

sympathetic neighbour, wildly weep.. ing outside his father's house. "What is the matter, little man?" asked the lady. "My fa.fa-ther was driving a-s nail into the wall," blubbered the boy. "Well," asked the lady. " And—and he—he banged his thumb with the 'ammer," said the child
29 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
POST OFFICE SERVANTS AND THE HOLT REPORT.

POST OFFICE SERVANTS AND THE HOLT REPORT.

By R. S. LN I saw a heading in a morning paper that postmen were to receive an advance Jf wages of eight shillings per week I felt a spasm of mixed pleasure and pain shoot athwart my solar plexus. Pleasure, because it is always nice to hear that someone has got a rise; pain, bec
29 August 1913 - Clarion - London, London, England
 
PLEASE NOTE

PLEASE NOTE

lIIIAT
29 August 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
Ilarvest in muss ports of England is practically completed. I have, in the course of business, been more in the

Ilarvest in muss ports of England is practically completed. I have, in the course of business, been more in the

coontry than usual, and it is my greatest source of regret to notice how rarely the stubbles are utilised for poultry-fording. I grant you that modern machinery sea the amount of grain that renmins in the fields, but there is ample for a fairly largo flock of fowls fur quite a c
29 August 1913 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland