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THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL FLAG.

THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL FLAG.

Lord Meath’s reminder, in connection with the Empire Day celebrations sonic time ago, that tho Union Jack the national flag, iinnoce:;’.:>ry. until quite recently eminent Authorities were the opinion that the Red Ensign was entitled to that distinction. while not a few encroache
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
FOR GOOD REASON.

FOR GOOD REASON.

One of best of the oorly sketches Om late Phil May hongs in the library of ChamWloin. It portrays ‘bin. hangdog man tho prisoners’ dock ta'king to very mild and sympathetic-looking Judge May’s f.tojy of the sketch that the prisenor had been brought before tlm Judge every few mon
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

fiiiuroa given in the Government "White Paper show that the value our import* ir.- durins the period under review £203,490,000, or 91 per cent., while Germany imnorts increased by £243,010,000, 170 per cent., and thoso •the United States £lOO or 109 per cent. Tho figures of expo
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
Clarke’s 641 Pills. can be relied upon to euro in either sex, all acquired or constitutional Discharges from the Urinary

Clarke’s 641 Pills. can be relied upon to euro in either sex, all acquired or constitutional Discharges from the Urinary

Organs, Grovel and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Established upwards of 50 years. In hoses 4s. 6d. each all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendor* throughout the World, or sent for sixty stamps the makers, The Lincoln and Mid* land Counties Drug Company, Lincoln.
18 June 1914 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
BRISTOL HEALTH COMMITTEE

BRISTOL HEALTH COMMITTEE

PUBLIC BATHS AND INFECTION. The weekly meeting the Health Committee was held at the Council House, yesterday, under the presidency of Dr. Colston Wintle. There were present Mr F. Moore (vice-chairman), Dr. W. Saise, Dr. Barclay Baron, Messrs G. T. Wilmott, J. S. G. W. Stroud, A.
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AVONMOUTH SHIPPING.

AVONMOUTH SHIPPING.

NEW OIL" TANK'S ARRIVAL. MANY SHIPS IN DOCK. The tonnage represented shipping at Avonmouth Docks yesterday, was unusually heavy, and the appearance of both docks was such as to least be encouraging to all interested in the welfare and progress of the port. Nearly dozen large ves
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO-DAY'S SALES BY AUCTION.

TO-DAY'S SALES BY AUCTION.

-' r Trap*. Carts. Timber, Ac.-Fish*l l °'clock -'eyard—Couains and Son. v ' EffiSJ: ,Si P1;ltp ' P'ated Articles, China. . ' , Auction Mart, Nicholas ■feea-in w an - o'clock, wf,, ;. a Boot Factory. n a ,J," R°an-Fred. H. Jullion. 11 o'clock s*leroom. ' M °t°'- Vehicle* Ac-Herb
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PARLIAMENT AND IRELAND.

PARLIAMENT AND IRELAND.

The commencement of vote of censure debate in the Lords and the sudden decision of the Unionist party in the Commons to have a debate on the growing danger caused the existence of volunteer forces in Ireland," caused the proceedings in both Houses to turn upon a situation which
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LONDON TEACHERS TO VISIT JAMAICA.

LONDON TEACHERS TO VISIT JAMAICA.

The West India Committee Circular announces that the party of the London Teachers' Association, which is to visit Jamaica fflM summer on educational tour, will travel the Avonmouth route, sailing by the Changainola on July 20. The party numbers fifty, the majority being women te
17 June 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England