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SEASON 1914.

SEASON 1914.

The THREE PREMIER GARS of the THREE PREMIER COUNTRIES. The English “ROVER.” The French “SIZAIRB NAUDIN.” The American HUPMOBILB.” combination of Three Cars which give you finest Yalue in the World for the Money. Write or call and arrange a Trial Run with the Sole Agents:— WRENCH
25 December 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
IRONMONGERY

IRONMONGERY

TRY BBNDYS STORES. Market Place, BANBURY. GAS MANTLES, from 1/2 Dozen. NEALE & PERKINS, 87. HIGH STREET. BANBURY. DALBY & CO., TIMBER. SLATE AND GENERAL BUILDERS’ MERCHANTS, MyAona, “VORTEX" Patent BMOKB-OURK OHIKNBT POTS, 1210 each. warn olazio PEDESTAL CLOSETS Oloaec only, &0.
25 December 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
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l>r. for giving am* »>f tin* moat lucid expoaitiona h«* had ever heard on that any other aubjeci and their chairman (ap|»laui«e)‘ The atudy and the medieine had taken a m*w birth and new direction they hml felt new energy and vigour all through tint L'niveraity aim*** Hr. Oaler
25 December 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

ARRIVALS AT DUNDEE. Earl Grey Dock. I>ec. 24—Bnrnock (6), Johnston, Grangemouth, goods. v _ _ • Western Wharf. Dec. 24—Princess Royal (a). Randall, Aberdeen, goods; Princess Maud (s), Waterson, Leith, goods. DEPARTURES FROM DUNDEE. Dec. (s), Johnston, Leith, goods; Princess Roya
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MOSTLY FAIR SOME SNOW OR SLEET LATER.

MOSTLY FAIR SOME SNOW OR SLEET LATER.

TO-DAYS WEATHER FORECAST. Meteorological Office, London, Wednesday Evening. While an anti-cyclone extends over Ireland and England from the south-westward, a depression which lis causing .1 rapid fall the barometer in Iceland will affect the winds and the weather in the north th
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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LABOUR REPRESENTATION OF MONTROSE BURGHS.

LABOUR REPRESENTATION OF MONTROSE BURGHS.

Montrose Burch* T i , • i r Labour represent.*- ; contesting the'rep r d r' n? qUeBtion f - B'.rghs at the next election 0 tro6 ° ! which ctl on. At meeting at 1 Smith, Arbroath, S pTesKiing 11 reprisento . d ~^' rcife . « .d ss,sja««ion it , the Labour Partv to confer Conferenc
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRIDGE OF ALLAN GAS WORKS

BRIDGE OF ALLAN GAS WORKS

i FIXING THE PURCHASE PRICE. Further evidence was led yesterday in Edin- ' burgh connection with the arbitration pro- . ceedings to ascertain the price be paid for 1 the acquisition of the Bridge Allan Gas ! Company by Bridge of Allan Town Council. T. P. Marwick spoke to the val
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MR AND MRS CHURCHILL ABROAD.

MR AND MRS CHURCHILL ABROAD.

Paris, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Winston Churchill left Paris rdav for the Loudes, and for some 1 guests the Duke of Westminster Mimizan, south of Arcnebon.
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MIDWINTER IS THE RECRUITING SEASON.

MIDWINTER IS THE RECRUITING SEASON.

BUT BRITISH HOME FORCES ARE 10,000 BELOW STRENGTH. AND THERE IS NO SIGN GAP BEING FILLED. The regular army suffering from very serious dearth of recruits. The home forces, which are also recruiting agency for the oversea forces, are already more Than 10,000 men below the establi
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANOTHER CRAZE FOR BRITAIN.

ANOTHER CRAZE FOR BRITAIN.

" DREAM WALTZ " BECOMING POPULAR. People have formed different opinions about the Tango dance. Some say it is fine, and others regard it an "unseemly and ridiculous form of dancing which ought never to have been introduced—into England; at any rate. There are «gns, though, that
25 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland