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NOTES. The official teport at the beginning of the week was satisfactory reading for the British public. It had its dark aide, of course. That incidental to war news. The list of casualties was to be expected, but then• was some little measure for gratification in the fact that,
11 September 1914 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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11 September 1914 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MEDITAT!OS,

MEDITAT!OS,

Whoever lifts pondered long over a plan which he is anxious to accomplish. without seeing at first the way. know, what meditation is. The subject itself present,. itself in leisure moments iipotitnneously; but then all this seta the mind at work—contriving. imagining. rejecting,
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
HIGHTR GRADE SCICX)L.

HIGHTR GRADE SCICX)L.

The Chairman maid if the Department would allow them they would go with the staff theyhad at present and slump two dame.. Rev. Mr Pryde mid it. suggested that Miss Philp. who preferred higher grade work, would be put on to that work and be given £5 extra. After further discussio
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
POSITION OP GERMAN RIGHT WING.

POSITION OP GERMAN RIGHT WING.

POSITION GERMAN RIGHT WING. Judging by the official messages, the poeition of the German right wipg may become one of extreme seriousness. The continued advance of the Franco-British left wing will have the effect of driving this force of the enemy upon its centre, which is being
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
a72IOPLLIZ VZZSUS DLIIIGIBLZ IN WAN.

a72IOPLLIZ VZZSUS DLIIIGIBLZ IN WAN.

Two questions are involved in the consideration of the relative merits of the aeroplane and dirigible, we are firstly concerned with their respective advantages and di►advantages in relation to their primary function—namely, as instruments of reconnaissance, attack, and defence;
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
WHICH WILL APPEAR IN OUR COLUMNS

WHICH WILL APPEAR IN OUR COLUMNS

On Friday, Oct. 2. NEW SERIAL.
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
LIST OF AGENTS.

LIST OF AGENTS.

OFFICE-43 Blame Min Amax, North High Street. Yrs Buiceorr, Avenue. CANPULL Stu, 53 High Street. Mies C. D. 181 A North High M. Mr 'Meese, 3 BeMeld Terrace. Mr KELT, Railway Bookstall. Mies Dr•ms, Post Office, Levenhall. Mr A. Wrnstwa, Newsagent, 100 North High Street. Mr J. Fiwr
11 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
illiii-CLASS LAUNDRY

illiii-CLASS LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY Pb FiFE COAST LAUNDAY, it RKCALDY ; Or rnd a Po•t CArd and Van will call. AGENT — CALEDONIAN MOTE COACH OFFICE, LEVEN. No. 1311. Church and Religious Notices. Forman U.F. Churob. 11.30—Rev. R. M`GOWN. M A. C 3C —Rev. O. R. ATKINSON, M.A., Largo. After tre Forenoae Service
10 September 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
LENSES

LENSES

D. MITCHELL, OPTICIAN, 71. HIGH BTRHIT 3 . WHIN YOU ASK FOR ABDINE TM Yadal hail UM!, TWIT YOU GET IT. of ' " M awl Health I I
10 September 1914 - Leven Advertiser & Wemyss Gazette - Leven, Fife, Scotland