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Catholic School

Catholic School

Infants--.Joseph MacCounell and Josephine Dechan (excellent attendance), Andrew (good work). Ellen Boles and Margt. Nolan (general excellence). Eric Nixon (good work and application), lain Eckford (arithmetic), Stephen Kennedy (proficiency), Faith Foley (diligence). Patsy Nolan
10 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
INDIAN TEA

INDIAN TEA

1/2 per lb.
10 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. BALSAM

PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. BALSAM

UNSEED, HOREHOUND, and HONEY will quickly relieve and cure LUNG and CHEST TROUBLES. Always keep a bottle handy in the house. One Dose will prove its value for HACKING COUGHS, TICKLING in the THROAT, and BRONCHITIS. It cuts the Phlegm and goes straight to the root of the trouble.
10 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
NICOL’S SUMMER CLEARANCE BOOT AND SHOE SALE NOW GOING ON. 29 HIGH STREET, HAWICK THE MOCCASIN SHOE STORE.

NICOL’S SUMMER CLEARANCE BOOT AND SHOE SALE NOW GOING ON. 29 HIGH STREET, HAWICK THE MOCCASIN SHOE STORE.

10 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
From HAWICK. THURSDAY, 16th July. 2.10 p.m. to Edinburgh 4 SUNDAY, ISth July. 10.2 a.m. to Berwick S'*6, Newcastle. Tynemouth.

From HAWICK. THURSDAY, 16th July. 2.10 p.m. to Edinburgh 4 SUNDAY, ISth July. 10.2 a.m. to Berwick S'*6, Newcastle. Tynemouth.

Whitley Bay 6/-. From NEWCABTLETON. THURSDAY, IStS July. 1.24 p.m. to Hawick 2/-, St Boswells. Melrose, Galashiels 5/-, Selkirk 3/6, Edinburgh 5/6. Tickets obtained and seats reserved j in advance. Handbills free at L.K.E.R. Stations. NOTE. —For particulars of Excur- ; sions fro
10 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 

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CHU K C H SHOW

CHU K C H SHOW

CHU K C SHOW BUCGLEUCH PARKS TO-MORROW (Saturday). GREAT EXHIBITION OF ALL THE CHAMPION LIVE STOCK OF THE DISTRICT. GOOD ENTRIES FOR JUMPING AND MOUNTED SPORTS.
24 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
HOUSES, At., WANTED.

HOUSES, At., WANTED.

HKSIDENC'K in this (listniet; hous*> with 40 50 tores laud. C»eo. & .las. Oliver. W.B. rotnhiiieti room V-.' ami sitling-itvtni wanted; permanent: in good locality.—Apply hy letter. No. Hawick News Office. WANTED, nnfunnslied room, with convenieiu*es —Apply letter. No. 97 Hawick
24 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
FIXTURES FOR SEASON

FIXTURES FOR SEASON

The following are the fixtures of Hawick Linden Rugby Football Club for season 1931-32. arranged by Mr C. Williamson, hon. secretary, 23 Moat Crescent:— jSept. 19—Berwick away I tf 26—St Boswells ... a wav 2B—-Glasgow Academicals “A” ... home Oct. 3—Walkerburn away ~ 10—Jedfotes
24 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
WIN IN BEUBIUM.

WIN IN BEUBIUM.

British motor cyclists achieved another great triumph at the Francorchainps track oa Sunday, when they won every race the Belgian grand prix. notable win was that of the noted Scot* rider. Janies Guthrie, of Hawick. Guthrie, a Norton, rode magnific*n:ly to capture tlie 350 c.c.
24 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE BORDERt

UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE BORDERt

Liidernoted are the returns for the week ended July 20th B. W. G. [Galashiels 1« 448 30 1155 Dim* 38 2 1 _ 41 Hawick 925 18 855 24 1830 Innerleithen 253 2 297 9 Jedburgh 32 130 Kelso 78 2 8 91 Peebles 72 1 1 122 Selkirk 370 15 407 21 813 2496 54 89 4733 Included iu the above are
24 July 1931 - Hawick News and Border Chronicle - Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland