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Territorials and Their Allowance

Territorials and Their Allowance

To the Editor of the Telegraph and Post. Sir,—ln answer to Jayelsee's" letter in your issue of last night I admit receiving 8s per week as pay. Out of this I have to give wife 4s per week; th«rest I keep toward soldiers' cleaning kit, tobacco, shaving, &c. If "Jayelsee" thinks w
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIRE IN PERTH ATTIC

FIRE IN PERTH ATTIC

Results in Destruction ot Furniture. Fire broke out between ten and eleven o'clock this forenoon attic at 16 Atholl Street, Perth, occupied by Bridgett M'Mahon or Jennings, widow, whereby the whole of the furniture and bedding were destroyed. The outbreak originated by cinders f
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SOLDIER IN DUNDEE HOSPITAL GETS MEDAL FOR BRAVERY.

SOLDIER IN DUNDEE HOSPITAL GETS MEDAL FOR BRAVERY.

Lying in bed wounded in a cosy ward at Dundee Eastern Jrlospital Rifleman Sydney Turner, of the Ist Rifle Brigade, has learned that in one of Field-Marshal Sir John French's despatches his name is contained in the list of those recommended for the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Ri
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPIES ON FIFE COAST.

SPIES ON FIFE COAST.

Presence is Causing Anxiety. ' Mysterious Submarine at Kinghorn. The military authorities along the i Fife coast are still greatly perturbed by the ' persistant evidence they receive of the pro\ sence of spies, or, at all events, of mysterious ! lights and movements which ought
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FRENCH ALGERIAN TROOPS

FRENCH ALGERIAN TROOPS

By Vigorous Attack Recover Allies' Lost Ground. Paris, Thursday. The official communique issued this evening says:— In the north, yesterday was marked by an increase of 'activity of th eenemy's artillery, particularly between the sea and the Lys. There was no infantry attack bet
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUNG MAN FOUND DROWNED.

YOUNG MAN FOUND DROWNED.

The body man was washed ashore near HaJT, Russell, & Co.'s shipbuilding yard at Yok Place, Aberdeen, this morning. The body was removed the police mortuary, where it was identified as that of George M'Kay, apprentice caulker, 14 North Square. Aberdeen. Deceased was 18 years of a
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE EARL ROBERTS

THE LATE EARL ROBERTS

advised the British Army to abstain from too much alcohol. Ihe stimulating properties of alcohol without its undesirable qualities are possessed x by the non-alcoholic drink, O-T, a delicious addition to plain or mineral waters. O-T of proved and certified purity, and contains c
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW MINISTER FOR LOGIEPERT.

NEW MINISTER FOR LOGIEPERT.

This afternoon the Rev. J. R. Macmillan. M.A., Fettercairn, was inducted to Logiepert United Free Church in succession to the Rev. J. M. Shaw, M.A., colleague and successor to the Rev. A. L. Roberton. The induction ceremony was attended by large congregation and a representative
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNFERMLINE AND KINROSS U.F. CHURCH AFFAIRS.

DUNFERMLINE AND KINROSS U.F. CHURCH AFFAIRS.

Two ministerial vacancies were filled up to-day at a meeting of the Dunfermline and Kinross U.F. Presbytery. It was reported that a call had been extended by the Saline congregation to the ev - David M. Brown, locum tenens to the Rev. Mr Primrose, Stirling. The call was signed b
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IN the present grave national emergency men and still more men are needed at once to rally round the Flag

IN the present grave national emergency men and still more men are needed at once to rally round the Flag

and add to the ranks of our New Armies. . Terms of Service (Extension of Age Limit. Height Reduced to Normal Standard). Age on enlistment 19 to 38. Ex- Soldiers up to 45. Minimum height 5 ft. 3 ins., chest 34i ins. Must be medically fit. General Service for the War. Men enlistin
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland