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4 August 1938 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Gas Rates to Remain the Same.

Gas Rates to Remain the Same.

At a meeting of the Gee Committee of Alloa Town Council, held last Monday, Bailie McKinley presented the estimates for the current year, as follows : On the expenditure side, the estimate of £26,665 for coal is about lees than coal for last year for the same gym production, and
2 August 1938 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
NEW HOUSINi: SCHEME.

NEW HOUSINi: SCHEME.

A letter dated 16th July, was read from Mr Alex. Todd, Allos, the successful tenderer for the street work. it connection with the new housing scheme at Jamieson Gardens. Mr Todd explained that owing to • misunderstanding he would require to make certain additions to his schedule
2 August 1938 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
RETAIL ONLY

RETAIL ONLY

PRINCES STREET, PORT-CLASCOW. WM. WILSON & SON OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM OF PLUMBERS IN PORT-GLASGOW. 41 PRINCES STREET. 'PHONES: 36 Port-Glasgow; 590 and 1040 Greenock WM. MILLER & SONS, 21 PRINCES STREET. Writing of Mr Chamberlain's much misrepresented home truth that this count
3 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
A CHANCE FOR KNITTERS

A CHANCE FOR KNITTERS

Here's a chance for everyone who is keen on knitting. Jaeger are running a knitting competition for the next four months, August to November. You can send in as many entries as you like, knitted with their wool. Lovely prizes of their famous camelhair and wool coats, leather kni
3 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
Printin

Printin

ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION For over fifty years we have carried out successfully all calls made upon us. To-day our modern plant, etc., is at your service, together with the experience acquired during our half century of printing. There is no need for hesitation in placing your or
3 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
tiS ref3ALL Ndr 9 I .•i de )n 44 1' lb,

tiS ref3ALL Ndr 9 I .•i de )n 44 1' lb,

9 MORTON'S TRIAL GAME. Much satisfaction was got from the Morton senior trial game on Tuesday evening, a large crowd turning out to weigh up form for the forthcoming season. All the new men gave a splendid account of themselves, whik the old stagers in the team a very pleasing di
5 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
A CHANCE FOR KNITTERS

A CHANCE FOR KNITTERS

tinue on remaining 25 sta. until work measures 18 ins. from lower edge. Shape shoulder.—* At armhole edge, cast off 6 sts., P. to end, work back in pattern. Rep. from * once. cast off remaining etc Join wool at neck edge to remaining 29 sts. and work to match. Sleeves.—Cast on 7
5 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
•BARGAINS. MacGregor's Emporium

•BARGAINS. MacGregor's Emporium

HOLIDAY 3 West Blackhall St. GREENOCK. ALL LATEST STYLES and New Shades in SWAGGER COATS Ladies, Gent.'s, Boys and Girls WATERPROOFS RAINPROOFS OILSKINS FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS. TRUNKS, CASES, HAT BOXES, ATTACHE CASES, HOLD-ALES, FITTED CASES, ALL LATEST GOODS Ladies' handbags, Fitted
5 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
RETAIL BRANCHES

RETAIL BRANCHES

37-39 CROMWELL ST. Phone: STORNOWAY 130 HIGH STREET Phone: NAIRN SO 56 HIGH STREET Phone: FORRES 98 63 SOUTH STREET Phone: ELGIN 457 36 EAST CHURCH ST. Phone: BUCKIE 193 22 LOW STREET Pho■e: BANFF 138 14-28 CHAPEL STREET Phone: PETERHEAD 7 6 HIGH STREET Phone: TUREFF 122 24 GUIL
5 August 1938 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland