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MR BIRRELL IN GLASGOW

MR BIRRELL IN GLASGOW

Mr Birrell arrived in ylaegow this afternoon, and was received by Lord Provost Stevensone, whose guest will be until to-morrow, when the Iri Secretary receives the freedom of the city, following upon the unveiling of tho statue of Lord Kelvin.
7 October 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HUNGER-STRIKER DIES IN PRISON.

HUNGER-STRIKER DIES IN PRISON.

Verdict at Inquest. A hunger-striker has died in Bedford Prison. At the inquest to-day it was stated (that the decoased Albert Davis, who was [undergoing a sentence of fifteen months' hard labour for theft, had absolutely refused his food, but occasionally took little milk. In r
7 October 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXPLOSION IN FIFE PIT

EXPLOSION IN FIFE PIT

CAUSES THE DEATH OF TWO MEN, While a Third is in Critical Condition. explosion which occurred in the Dubbie i pit, Dysart, yesterday, as the result of which three miners were badly burned, has proved 'to be more serious than was first thought, James Somerville, 30 Dovecote Cresc
7 October 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LAST FEW DAYS OF THE , REMOVAL SALE. an enormous quantity of Stock has been Cleared, there is still

THE LAST FEW DAYS OF THE , REMOVAL SALE. an enormous quantity of Stock has been Cleared, there is still

a number of Bargains PIANOS and ORGANS, FIDDLES, MUSIC, .L-c., well worth securing. The Sale Closes TUESDAY, 7th inst. MUSIC CARRIERS CHEAP. VIOLINS CHEAP. VIOLIN CASES CHEAP. PIANOS AND ORGANS KEENER PRICES EVER OFFERED. f- JAMES MACBETH , 181 UNION STREET, ABERDEEN. Telegrams—
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOE King Edward's Statue. that King Edward statue has almost become an accomplished fact, may I, through

LETTERS TO THE EDITOE King Edward's Statue. that King Edward statue has almost become an accomplished fact, may I, through

your valuable columns, ask the Statue Committee if they would reconsider their wording of the inscription of the title, and either delete the objectionable numeral "Vll."—objectionable because historically wrong—or make lidward 1. and Vii.," it is our modern Scottish history sch
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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LAYMEN IN THE PULPIT.

LAYMEN IN THE PULPIT.

For some reason or other the leading Scottish Presbyterian Churches have never encouraged laymen to appear in their pulpits. The Anglican Church has been equally firm in this respect, although lay readers are common enough in the Episcopal body. We have to go to the English Nonc
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SMALLPOX ON ATLANTIC LINER.

SMALLPOX ON ATLANTIC LINER.

Montreal, Monday. Two eases smallpox having occurred the liner second class passengers have been quarantined and the remainder vaccinated and allowed to land.—Reuter.
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GIANT AIRSHIP FOR ENGLAND.

GIANT AIRSHIP FOR ENGLAND.

NEW CRAFT TO EXCEL ALL OTHERS. The construction England is foreshadowed of giant airship, which in many respects will outclass anything "afloat," either in England or on the Continent. Funds for the construction of the new ship, it is hoped, will be raised by the Britannia Airsh
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JUDGE'S THREAT TO BARONET.

JUDGE'S THREAT TO BARONET.

At Tamworth County Court yesterday committal order was made against Sir Robert Peel, Bt., Drayton Manor, on a judgment debt for £18, the cost of the hire of a motor car. Judgment was obtained when Sir Robert was away. The judge consented hear the defence the money was paid into
7 October 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Extra Late

Extra Late

BUCK OUTLOOK IN DUBLIN NEARLY 100,000 DESTITUTE PEOPLE. DESPERATE POSITION. . From Our Own Correspondent. PUBLIN, Tuesday. The decision’arrived at by the employers yesterday In regard the proposals the committee of inquiry seems have put things back to where they began six weeks
7 October 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England