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EDUCATION ( Continued ) 0 W T H E II COLLEGE FOR GIRLS , NEAR . ABERGELE , NORTH WALES

EDUCATION ( Continued ) 0 W T H E II COLLEGE FOR GIRLS , NEAR . ABERGELE , NORTH WALES

. Headmistress—Misa K . 1 . SAYERS , M . A . Cantab . Chairman—Sir DONALD J 1 ACLEA . V . G . C . M . G . Examinations tot Junior Senior , and Music Entrance SCHOLARSHIPS , of the nominal ralue from £ 40- £ 80 per annum irom lour to sis yearswill be held in March 1937 . Candidat
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND AND ORKNEY AND SHETLAND STEAM NAV . CO ., LTD . LE 1 TH TO ABERDEEN

THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND AND ORKNEY AND SHETLAND STEAM NAV . CO ., LTD . LE 1 TH TO ABERDEEN

, CAITHNESS . ORKNEY , AND SHETLAND . The undermentioned l ' 'irst-Class Passenger Steamers are intended to leave Albert Dock , Leith , in the following order , all calling at Aberdeen : — JANUARY . Stromness , Scalloway . and Walls St fiininn , Sun ,, 34 , Z p . m Wick and Thur
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SITUATIONS VACANT ( Continued ) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY OFFERED by LARGE INTERNATIONAL CONCERN who need a HIGH TYPE REPRESENTATIVE . It

SITUATIONS VACANT ( Continued ) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY OFFERED by LARGE INTERNATIONAL CONCERN who need a HIGH TYPE REPRESENTATIVE . It

ia essential tbat applicant be well educated , energetic , . ambitious , and able to handle large * . accounts . Agepreferably 25 to 35 . This position is- important and ofiers 3 splendid future . A thorough knowledge ol the bakery trade is" desirable but not essential . Applica
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE EDINBURGH ICE RINK , H : \ YMARKET . OPEN DAILY TO THE PUBLIC . Curling all day and

THE EDINBURGH ICE RINK , H : \ YMARKET . OPEN DAILY TO THE PUBLIC . Curling all day and

evening , from 10 a . m . to 10 . 30 p . m . A . large sheet oi Ice . eserve-1 lor Skaters at a reduced charge . ADMISSION TO SPECTATORS . SIXPENCE . Concerts and . Recitals npo . MORROW at 3 . AT THE DSIIEK HALL . HAROLD HOLT presents nnWO QREAT RASTERS , TT U B E R M A N , The
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r ccnrSVjy is pnMisbed by JOHN BITCHIE S f . \ v ! -ih B-H : e Edinburgh , and

r ccnrSVjy is pnMisbed by JOHN BITCHIE S f . \ v ! -ih B-H : e Edinburgh , and

33 Gordon Street , fl > - - S N » he' « SUBSCRIPTIONS and ADVERTISE £ ' *¦!* ' ,,. recked as well as at the followinc yr > T 3 a * ia . ; f— ffE , D Office—EDINBURGH 24 North Bbibge . * Telephone . 22051 HZ Lines . l bu . vcb offices in edinburgh—„ 105 Ixith Walk . a . V M \ HKE
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE gCGTSJTOI EDINBURGH . Friday , January 22 . 1937 . Sun Moon ( Full . 26 th ) Rises

THE gCGTSJTOI EDINBURGH . Friday , January 22 . 1937 . Sun Moon ( Full . 26 th ) Rises

. . 8 . 27 a . m . Rises 11 . 55 a . in Sets 4 , 21 p . m . Sets 4 . 38 a . m High Water at Leith—10 . 12 a . m .: 10 . 53 p . m .
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT

THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT

The Duke of Connaught , who is wintering at Bath , is in the best of health . The Duke will be 87 years of age in May .
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY - —? Bailie Stevenson Honoured EDINBURGH DINNER

NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY - —? Bailie Stevenson Honoured EDINBURGH DINNER

A company of over 300 ladies and gentlemen attended the third annual dinner of the Scottish Division . Travellers' and Circulation Branch of the N . U . P . B . and W ., which was held in the North British Station Hotel , Edinburgh , last night , and was presided over by Mr R .
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" THE BOY DAVID "

" THE BOY DAVID "

Barrie Play to be Withdrawn in London Mr Charles B . Cochran is to withdraw "The Boy David" on Saturday , January 30 . It opened in London at His Majesty's Theatre on December 14 . " The Boy David , " a three-act play , was written for Miss 'Elisabeth Sergner by Sir James Barrie
22 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland