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ST ANDREWS ASSISTANT WINS A FELLOWSHIP.

ST ANDREWS ASSISTANT WINS A FELLOWSHIP.

Mr G. A. Johnston, M.A., an honours graduate with first class honours classics and philosophy, Glasgow, and at present assistant to Professor Taylor, Andrews, has been recommended for the Shaw Fellowship tho examiners. i This is the blue ribbon in the department philosophy for t
24 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF RUTHVEN FARMER Mr* David Annand, farmer, Bridgend, Ruthven, has passed away the age of 75. Deceased had been

DEATH OF RUTHVEN FARMER Mr* David Annand, farmer, Bridgend, Ruthven, has passed away the age of 75. Deceased had been

in failing health for some time, lie was a native of Lintrathen, and was tenant of the grazing Kirkton of Clova and Balinton Farm, Lintrathen, but these farms he gave up some time ago. He has 'held the farm of Bridgend for twenty years. Deceased was well known in farming 1 circl
24 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SENGHENYDD REFIEF FUNDS £112,000.

SENGHENYDD REFIEF FUNDS £112,000.

'"ets' £41,00f. Mayor of *ith Un t a^ tbe South he total, ° £ U.OOO, totalling. of funds, about I n]re f dependents of es distributed. e «^ e till |)^ 0ln ted to attend of ° n January 9 to s 116 3 r " aI gamatinp the f lth one national erers from mining
24 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW SHEBEENER IS PUNISHED.

GLASGOW SHEBEENER IS PUNISHED.

SEQUEL TO RAID ON SUSPECTED 1 HOUSE. At the Northern Police Court, Glasgow, yesterday, Bailie Niool imposed a fine of £25, sixty days' imprisonment, Jamos Jeffries, charged with shebeeriing in a house Maitland Street, on November 30. _ The house was suspected by the police, and
24 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
I r^le e^ra 0^ *^** - ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO- NEW e Royal is absolutely pure and wholesome, the best

I r^le e^ra 0^ *^** - ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO- NEW e Royal is absolutely pure and wholesome, the best

every way, of all the baking powders, It makes food of finest flavor, t and adds anti-dyspeptic qualities thereto, SOS^p® It has greater leavening strength and is therefore the most economical. 11,111 wmiiiiiiih 111 j.i. iMnw—inini i■»■>«»— pirm'
24 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
J DUBLIN STRIKE.

J DUBLIN STRIKE.

24 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
£5.000 ADVANCED BY PRIVATE LENDER ON L6U SIMPLE PROMISSORY NOTE No Bilta Sale taken, and absolute Privacy guaranteed. Ever? letter

£5.000 ADVANCED BY PRIVATE LENDER ON L6U SIMPLE PROMISSORY NOTE No Bilta Sale taken, and absolute Privacy guaranteed. Ever? letter

of reoeivee prone* attention, and la* leading borrower* are waited by representative who te empowered complete tranvaotion* oa terraa mutually unsnd. —Write ia oonfldeooe WELLS. CORRIDOR CHAMBERS, LEICESTER. OP. adfww.4 prt.aaai?; earned.,)aardHtaaoa HatfclU J w Lad. 10. Kulioe
24 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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24 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH FRENZY FOR FOOTBALL.

FRENCH FRENZY FOR FOOTBALL.

The increasing vogue of football one of the most notable signs of the times in France. The " Matin," a sufficiently condensed" paper, devotes occasionally much as three or even four columns to accounts results of the matches under the various leagues which now cover nearly all F
24 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HOW GH&ISTMAS IS KEPT ON THE BIG LLNEBA.

HOW GH&ISTMAS IS KEPT ON THE BIG LLNEBA.

HOW KEPT THE BIG LLNEBA. Christmas will oolebrated eery cheerily the greet liners plot*bing their wey through the sets end oceans the world. Dining-room, smoking-room, drawing-room, and lounge with holly, mistletoe, and evergreens. Here to-morrow's timetable on most ships:— riis
24 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England