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LATEST SHIPPING.

LATEST SHIPPING.

LATEST MOVEMENTS OF DUNDEE VESSEL'S. Drumgtith, Barry Manchester. June 25. Dolooath. June 25. Fernlands, p Dungeness, Im Tyne I Oran, June 21. Glen Isla, Tyne im Granton, June 26. Trieste, Carthagena Portino, June 21. Warnow, 1 Malaga Arzew, June 25. OTHER ADVICES. Ama tonga (a)
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A NOVEL CONCERT AT BLAIRGOWRIE.

A NOVEL CONCERT AT BLAIRGOWRIE.

The Amenities Committee of the Blairgowrie and Association promoted a most enjoyable oonoert in the Wellmeadow last night. The weather was delightful, and the Wellmeadow was thronged with many townsfolk and visitors; indeed, one spectator put it, the 'Meadow had quite Continenta
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RICO " REGULATES STOMACH.

RICO " REGULATES STOMACH.

A party of Boer farmers, who have to England "to study far as possible our modern methods agriculture," will attend " succession banquets, luncheons, and entertainments." Which have made our agriculture what is? j BERMALTNE BEST BROWN BREAD.
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE PURITY OP MILK.

THE PURITY OP MILK.

At meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on food and health, held at the House of Commons, and presided over by Mr C. Bathurst, M.P., a resolution was carried cordially supporting the Milk and Dairies i Bill and the Milk and Dairies (Scotland) Bill, as measures designed to 6ecu
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ENGLISH THIEVES ABROAD.

ENGLISH THIEVES ABROAD.

Berne, Friday. Two Englishmen, accompanied a young woman, entered fashionable ; jeweller's shop Lausanne. While the shopman was conversing with one of the party he noticed that another the trioj had concealed valuable diamond ring. The shopman telephoned to the police, who: arre
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Stolen Heiress.

The Stolen Heiress.

Paul Accpets. Mr Brooklands looked the serious face of the man before him. Then he burst out laughing. " Bless my soul what next, I wonder? You refuse point-blank the riches the gods offer you. Well, my lad, old Josiah read you well. I said you would refuse." " Yes, Paul, he did
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A LOST EROS.

A LOST EROS.

One morn as I stood by my garden gate, Tired of the world, with soul disconsolate, Bathed in the bright light that the sun-rays shed I dreamt dream 'fore which all sorrows fled. Dreamt I of how a love-child Eros strav'd, Far from his home some Arcadian glade, Stray'd o'er the wo
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Brush your home-made bread with brush dipped in hot butter if you like the crust soft. Hot water is also

Brush your home-made bread with brush dipped in hot butter if you like the crust soft. Hot water is also

excellent to give a shine the top of the loaf.
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CARE OF THE HAIR One of the subjects upon which advice is frequently asked is the oondition of the hair

CARE OF THE HAIR One of the subjects upon which advice is frequently asked is the oondition of the hair

—how to prevent its falling out, how to remedy its being too oily or too dry, how make it become more abundant when it is than, and so on. The time to begin oaring for the hair ie in ohildhood. If the small girl's hair is well oared for the grown woman reaps the benefit. But the
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT IT MEANT.

WHAT IT MEANT.

"What does this mean, Nellie?" Nellie's attempt to look unconcerned was a signal and conspicuous failure; she resorted to the time-worn expedient of tracing patterns in the sand with the point of her parasol, which gave her excuse for keeping her eyes the ground. " Nothing, Joe,
26 June 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland