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hospitality fob scots SOLDIERS. War help service. TRAFALGAR DAY. interest in the welfare our 011 duty at home stations is develop- n many quarters the question—What do? is being asked, and that may be > herald action. The one thing needed v.: °pen door." Throughout the country <
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
20,000 BELGIAN SOLDIERS TO BE INTERNED,

20,000 BELGIAN SOLDIERS TO BE INTERNED,

Amsterdam, Monday. A Flushing telegram to the says the number of Belgian soldiers- who crossed the Dutch frontier is estimated at 120,000 to 25,000. During Saturday and to-day steamers transported them from Terneuzen to Flushing, whence they will be taken to places of internment
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG CHILD DIES FROM SCALDS.

YOUNG CHILD DIES FROM SCALDS.

William Gillespie, a 13-months-old child, residing at 6 South Campbell Street, Paisley, died in the Infirmary as the result of a scalding accident. The mother of the child had put out tea for her husband and herself, and was turning to do something else when the infant went forw
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FELL IN FRONT OF TRAIN.

FELL IN FRONT OF TRAIN.

FELL FRONT OF TRAIN. A tragic affair occurred Carew, near West Hartlepool. A man named Joseph Chadford, of 34 Longmore Court, who was standing on the platform in the railway station, fell in_ front of an incoming train, and was cut to pieces.
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TWO MEN BURIED IN TUNNEL.

TWO MEN BURIED IN TUNNEL.

Severely Crushed. Company recently erected a r [ (J a separated from the ' s le Caledonian Railway, and the ' Se main pipe from the new holder being excavated between the whilst a squad of workmen were ai,^ e tunnel part of the banking % \v,'tL . u " e d two men, who were ex" '
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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IMPENDING BATTLE IN RUSSIA.

IMPENDING BATTLE IN RUSSIA.

German Advance. Petrograd, Sunday. The Austrians and Germans have attempted to cross the Vistula towards Lublin, apparently with the object of making a frontal advance Warsaw. It is regarded in Petrograd as improbable that the enemy will make an advance along his whole line unle
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRINCIPAL SIR J. DONALDSON

PRINCIPAL SIR J. DONALDSON

TELLS STUDENTS AT ST ANDREWS 'VARSITY What He Thinks of the German Emperor. St Andrews University was opened to-day, when Principal Sir James Donaldson, the vice-chancellor, delivered his inaugural address. Referring to the war, the venerable Principal said it was happy for them
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH ROYAL ARTILLERY PRIVATE

PERTH ROYAL ARTILLERY PRIVATE

WHO WAS WOUNDED AT MONS Is Charged with Assaulting the Police. serious case of assault on a member of Perth City Police Force was heard before Bailie Cunningham at Perth Police Court today. accused, in the first instance, was John Dutt, a stalwart private of the Royal Field Arti
12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE POPULAR SCOTCH WHISKY is ROBERTSON'S

THE POPULAR SCOTCH WHISKY is ROBERTSON'S

12 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VICAR'S DEBTS.

VICAR'S DEBTS.

-Off K si a Year on i%, j Con Marriage. hirf> le3 tiittam, vicar of Sher.Ant/* Was examined at Scar- Court. 611 de ficit of £1476 18s 2d, rfc failure to heavy exin the vicarage and church j f ® >n eciU6nce °* which he had S?i ender He said had ' in* a i cent, in interest. 'ttie
1 October 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland