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DUAL SUMS SOCIETY. !MAL MUTING tin SAWICZ An MANCE ewe Anneal* bed in u.r. Merck DAT, M I v.a..i. The

DUAL SUMS SOCIETY. !MAL MUTING tin SAWICZ An MANCE ewe Anneal* bed in u.r. Merck DAT, M I v.a..i. The

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18 September 1914 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
ST BOSWELLS.

ST BOSWELLS.

CALLID UP FOR ACTIVI —Tbe Rev. Mr Saismttli, who some time assistant to the Rev. br Simpson in the Free High Church, Mound Place, Edinburgh. inducted to St Boswells early in August. He a inducted on a Thureday, preached his lino sermon on the Sunday, and on the following Tuesday
11 September 1914 - Hawick Express - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
♦ Hall• Peony Post Card will bring you Illustrated Catalogue of Proserata. BABBITT, Mogan Street, GLASGOW. PRICE ONE PENNY

♦ Hall• Peony Post Card will bring you Illustrated Catalogue of Proserata. BABBITT, Mogan Street, GLASGOW. PRICE ONE PENNY

11 September 1914 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
HERALD: FRIDAY; SEPTERBIER 191 L

HERALD: FRIDAY; SEPTERBIER 191 L

11 September 1914 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
MORAL DECAY.

MORAL DECAY.

They might trace a decay in the moral tone of Uermany to the extraortbmary meequre of sueecsa and prosperity it had Altai...4d rime the mincluaion w of ii in 1871. Possibly they had had their heads turned by the madden to wealth. The Germane had been advancing very limpidly and
11 September 1914 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
SMITH & WALLACE

SMITH & WALLACE

ACCOUNTANTS. TO LZT. SHOPS. &c. $0 Sturrock Street. # (Honest= St.. Alt. Dusdonal6-Bkop. Hesse. Bash/lase as/ liable. S John slakes be-. U) lb. 5 John Maki, Nicest. Moe. Hamm* US. Bealckes/. Spray/at 57 Titchiteld Street. ss. 5 Bank Ws**. Jd Vb. WORKSHOPS HALLS. ITC. Tailer's Wo
4 September 1914 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
NEW SERIAL STORY T A GREAT PLOT VII. The vicar loosened the old man's neckcloth, and attempted to administer some

NEW SERIAL STORY T A GREAT PLOT VII. The vicar loosened the old man's neckcloth, and attempted to administer some

restoratives, The Squire was down early next morning, but it was all of no avail. Apoplexy, that feargerly awaiting the arrival of the letter-bag. toe whom Squire hue long defied, bud San. when it °erne, he emptied out the eoa- b een approaching, s tep by MK,. com i ng nearer a
4 September 1914 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
PROPOSED FIFE FUSILIERS.

PROPOSED FIFE FUSILIERS.

Sat,—Mr E. F. MacClafferty of Methil has a letter in your issue of the 3rd, in which he proposes the raising of a new regiment under th'• above title, and he mentions my name as ono of those who lie thinks might assist iu its promotion. I should be very glad indeed to assist and
10 September 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
LEVEN.

LEVEN.

Dr D. C. Barron, MD., has been gazetted as Lieutenant in the B.A.M.C. Since the demand for men was made, over 5011 recruits have been attested at Leven. An old aerial acquaintance of Levenites, the Short biplane No. 42. is now in France, scoutingfor the British forces. fhe kit a
10 September 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
MR ASQUITH AND FIFE.

MR ASQUITH AND FIFE.

The first of a series of recruiting meetings in East Fife, under the joint auspices of the Liberal and Unionist Associations, was held at Ceres, on Tuesday evening, when addresses were delivered by Mr Henry Jackson, prospective Liberal candidate for the St Andrews Burghs; Col. S
10 September 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland