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ARBROATH LABOURER'S BROKEN PROMISE.

ARBROATH LABOURER'S BROKEN PROMISE.

Alexander Nicoll, labourer (19), residing at 19 Bog Lane, Arbroath, pleaded guilty in the Police Court to-day to having last night, on Wardmill Hill and in Guthrie Port, conducted himself in disorderly way. was only on Saturday last that he was convicted of similar conduct, and
29 July 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BLAIRGOWRIE FRUIT GROWERS

BLAIRGOWRIE FRUIT GROWERS

Are Crying lor Rain. The dry, warm weather continues at Blairgowrie, end the hopes of the fruit farmers become more faint as the rain seems no nearer. Already gloomy prophecies are in the ascendancy, and a very general opinion prevails that there will be little picking after the
29 July 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROYAL DUKE'S ADVENTURE

ROYAL DUKE'S ADVENTURE

Saved From a Sinking Motor- Boat. dispatch' from Ottawa published in the New York newspapers states that a motor boat conveying the Duke of Comnaught and his party the regatta at Lakewoods, Keaiora, struck some floating logs, and began to sink. ' Other boats dashed up and took o
29 July 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HERE AND THERE.

HERE AND THERE.

hospitality fob scots SOLDIERS. War help service. TRAFALGAR DAY. interest in the welfare our 011 duty at home stations is develop- n many quarters the question—What do? is being asked, and that may be > herald action. The one thing needed v.: °pen door." Throughout the country <
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE CARDINAL FERRATA.

THE LATE CARDINAL FERRATA.

Rome, Monday. the late Cardinal Ferrata, * n a Chapelle Ardent, has thousands of persons, int.l„, diplomats, and high digna">o' ''Urch. Lying-in-state will ' i-ii V l n^a y morning, when the body St John Teron, where h 'V 16 funeral mass well be cele- remail 's will be buried in
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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20,000 BELGIAN SOLDIERS TO BE INTERNED,

20,000 BELGIAN SOLDIERS TO BE INTERNED,

Amsterdam, Monday. A Flushing telegram to the says the number of Belgian soldiers- who crossed the Dutch frontier is estimated at 120,000 to 25,000. During Saturday and to-day steamers transported them from Terneuzen to Flushing, whence they will be taken to places of internment
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG CHILD DIES FROM SCALDS.

YOUNG CHILD DIES FROM SCALDS.

William Gillespie, a 13-months-old child, residing at 6 South Campbell Street, Paisley, died in the Infirmary as the result of a scalding accident. The mother of the child had put out tea for her husband and herself, and was turning to do something else when the infant went forw
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FELL IN FRONT OF TRAIN.

FELL IN FRONT OF TRAIN.

FELL FRONT OF TRAIN. A tragic affair occurred Carew, near West Hartlepool. A man named Joseph Chadford, of 34 Longmore Court, who was standing on the platform in the railway station, fell in_ front of an incoming train, and was cut to pieces.
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RASH ON BABY'S FACE AND HEAD.

RASH ON BABY'S FACE AND HEAD.

9 Nelson Terrace, City Road, London, N., Eng.—" baby, while cutting her teeth, came out in a rash on her face and head. The irritation caused her to rub it, and it made it break out in running sores. Though only baby seven months old, and having her hands in gloves day and night
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRAVERY OF OFFICERS AND MEN.

BRAVERY OF OFFICERS AND MEN.

MEASURING RIVER BANK WITH TAPE In Face of Withering Fire. Private F. Burton, of the Bedfordshire Re-» giment, writes: I don't know what sort of system they have for giving out V.C.s, but if everyone who deserves one gets they will be too common to look at. They are won every hal
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland