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MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER. SEPTEMBER 18. 1914.

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER. SEPTEMBER 18. 1914.

The guide and model for such a work is "Al Military History of Perthshire. 1899-1902,1 edited by the klarchioness of Tullibardine, and issued in 1908. In the preface to that Look it is stated that it was intended to record only tho services of those Perthshire men oho served .in
18 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
PROVOST ERSKINE'S DEFENCE.

PROVOST ERSKINE'S DEFENCE.

" To make sure of surprising the inhabitants. the English determined to attack Montrose in the dead of night. They therefore kept out at sea, riding in the bay at such a distance, as not to be discovered on shore. But this prudence seems to have deserted them after nightfall: fo
11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
EARL CURZON ON THE NEW NAPOLEON.

EARL CURZON ON THE NEW NAPOLEON.

Earl Curzon, addressing a great recruiting meeting at Hull on Monday, said the pinchbeck Napoleon of this war had succeeded in uniting all parties in the British Empire, and were going through this business until no had struck the new Napoleon and his accursed system to the grou
11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
EMIGRATION. —Bookings hr all Lulea Insurance on Passengers Rigg.ke. Life, Fire, Shipping, etc. Apply, J. B. Alesander & Reid, 5

EMIGRATION. —Bookings hr all Lulea Insurance on Passengers Rigg.ke. Life, Fire, Shipping, etc. Apply, J. B. Alesander & Reid, 5

Dock Buildings, Montrose. CHICKENS. 1914 hatched. near laying dozen, two months old lOs dozen; thief months old Lis dozen • list breeds lice Goodwin, Stratford, Firsez. MONTBLY.—Boots. 2 / . raincoat., dress lengths, jewellery, watches, cycles, household min:— ites, etc., from 2
11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
JAMES McLEAN . THOMAS QUEEN. The Turf with the Twisty ' i s 147 WEST REGENT ST. All 'miaow Ogee

JAMES McLEAN . THOMAS QUEEN. The Turf with the Twisty ' i s 147 WEST REGENT ST. All 'miaow Ogee

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11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
CONSULT The Gresham On all Matters of LIFE, FIRE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE. MANY SPECIAL FEATURES. WRITE FOR NEW PROSPECTUS IT

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11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
STRAIGHT DIALING Is OUR method of doing business. For a private loan (any sum) apply to us. No security required.

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11 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
BOWLING.

BOWLING.

Brechiti Public Green.—ln the final for th Lyon trophy W. N. Grunt has come out winner after a struggle with J. Bakers, the runner-up. The winners in the pairs competition are A. Buchan and J. Ogilvy, with Jas. Whitlaw and J. Bridges second. Golf Notes and Gossip. New records fo
25 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER. SEPTEMBER 25. 1914.

MONTROSE STANDARD AND ANGUS AND MEARNS REGISTER. SEPTEMBER 25. 1914.

Three British cruisers were sunk by German submarines on Tuesday. It is believed that 700 lives were saved. Two of the submarines are reported to have been sunk. An armed German merchantman was captured by H.M.S. Bernick in the North Atlantic. Parliament was prorogued on Friday.
25 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
A RECRUITING STIMULANT.

A RECRUITING STIMULANT.

Montrose, September 22, 1914. Sir,—lt is apparently not yet time to raise anew the cry of "Scotland for Ever!" in connection with the patriotism displayed in recruiting. It is estimated by Mr F. E. Smith, M.P., K .C., that there are in the United Kingdom five million young men e
25 September 1914 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland