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GLASGOW TRACKS

GLASGOW TRACKS

WHITE CITY The handicap events at tbe White City iracJ ; , Glasgow , last night fcrred up capital races . In the flat event the field was practically together at the bottom bend , and the order was maintained practically * to the finishing line , where Torlord just manage *! to
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CRICKET

CRICKET

ABBROATH UNITED AVERAGES Arbroath United lad one of the most unsnccesslu ] seasons in the liistory oi tbe club . Ont oi twenty-two matches played , only lonr were won , nine being lost , and 9 draivn . The average number oi rnns scored ver "wictet was 5 . 9 , as against 15 . 7 r
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Sf CO . rXTl . IKS " DI ^ JJ « jJ O . P . O . Nilinbuigli

Sf CO . rXTl . IKS " DI ^ JJ « jJ O . P . O . Nilinbuigli

24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RENTOI fS SALE OF SA FOOT MPLE WEAR AS antidote to 'all this talk of hundreds of pairs of first-class

RENTOI fS SALE OF SA FOOT MPLE WEAR AS antidote to 'all this talk of hundreds of pairs of first-class

HALF THE USUAL PRICES . ' some cases , Remainders of big c ARE Sample Pairs prices do no value . Smartly fashionable desig in every detail of manufacture . Ladies will agree , at ex increased prices Rentons offer ioes at roughly speaking ONE \ ey are Makers' Samples and in ntrac
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ULSTER'S ECONOMY BILL 4 Call for Severe Retrenchment OUR DREAM OF SECURITY

ULSTER'S ECONOMY BILL 4 Call for Severe Retrenchment OUR DREAM OF SECURITY

Moving the second reading of tlie Economy Bill in tho Northern Ireland Parliament , yesterday afternoon , the Minister of Finaiiee ( Mr l'ollo , ];) said they balanced the Budget for the year in thn spring , and it would not ho necessary to introduce a supplementary Budget ns in
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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WHAT CHANCELLOR OMITTE TO SAY Purchase of Home Products

WHAT CHANCELLOR OMITTE TO SAY Purchase of Home Products

rmssiDENT Cosgiuve , m an appeal to the people , of tlio Irish Free State to buy from Groat Britain , says tho purchase , of homo manufactured goods by the people of tho Free State , always important , has now , becauso of tho financial crisis in Groat Britain , from some of the
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE SPLENDID SIMMERS

THE SPLENDID SIMMERS

Bv R . C . ELLIOTT / b
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MR MAUGHAM'S PLAYS

MR MAUGHAM'S PLAYS

PLAYS . —By W . Somerset Maugham . Vols . I and II . 5 s . net each . London : Heine mann . In these two volumes , the beginning of a collected , but selected , edition of Mr " Somerset Maugham ' s Plays which will contain " what the author most wishes preserved , " there are si
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
§§ EVERYMAN ' S B SB LIBRARY SB NOW INCLUDES SIX NEW YOLUM Fiction 874 . VOLUMES psas JUST BEADY

§§ EVERYMAN ' S B SB LIBRARY SB NOW INCLUDES SIX NEW YOLUM Fiction 874 . VOLUMES psas JUST BEADY

Ctngrd SALAMMBO . The great POEMS OF WILLIAM historical romance by COWPER . Bicentenary edition , especially edited b y H . I ' Anson Fausset . PASCAL'S PENSEES . Translated by W . F . Trotter . Introduction fa y T . S . Eliot . MINOR POETS OF THE 17 TH CENTURY : drew . Sir John
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
\\ ith tho issue of tho fifth and sixth volumes ( 5 s . 6 d . net each .

\\ ith tho issue of tho fifth and sixth volumes ( 5 s . 6 d . net each .

London : Dent ) , tho new i'cfrywfnn ' j Cyclopaedia lias arrived at half-way to completion . For those who desire a really satisfactory cyclopscdia at a moderate , cost , it would bo difficult to imagine anything bettor than tho now " Everyman , " while the fact that it is ilie
24 September 1931 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland