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should have done was to tell the Temperance Committee to mind its own business. So far as temperance is a

should have done was to tell the Temperance Committee to mind its own business. So far as temperance is a

moral question it san be preached from the pulpit, and time and again the Church has been taxed by its own members for neglecting it. Why, in any view, Should it try to transfer any part of its burden of duty to the shoulders of the School Boards P 'So far, again, as temperance
29 September 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
1 The Ford is the embodiment of car happiness and the exemplar of car service. Quiet, neat, comfortable. quick, reliable,

1 The Ford is the embodiment of car happiness and the exemplar of car service. Quiet, neat, comfortable. quick, reliable,

sturdy and remarkably handy, the Ford car is the motorist's most willing servitor. A million owners hay. found Fords economical to buy and run. Runabouts £125. Five-passenger Touring Car £135• Town Car £lB5. Complete with head lamps side and tail lamps, horn, Hood, Windscreen, t
29 September 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRRrENIIIIR.

KIRRrENIIIIR.

The choir of the First United Free Church, assisted hy Mr Cuthbert, Forfar, gave a splendid rendering of the sacred cantata "Daniel" in the church on Thursday evening to a large and appreciative audience. Monday was observed as the annual spring holiday, and most of the places o
28 April 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
AND ANGUS 41, MEARNS REGISTER

AND ANGUS 41, MEARNS REGISTER

AND ANGUS MEARNS REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1916. 31,uday a. observed as the spring boliday in Moutrime, The death iy anuonneed of Field-Marshal yen der Galt:. mater aerrirea were held in most of the lb:morose churches on Sunday. Monday night's Zeppelin raid on the Norfolk and Su
28 April 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
TheAnde Lat rseon, R S ev t Cyrus. George FUNERAL SERVICE. The remains of the Rev. George Anderson, senior minister

TheAnde Lat rseon, R S ev t Cyrus. George FUNERAL SERVICE. The remains of the Rev. George Anderson, senior minister

of St Cyrus U.S. Mach, were en Saturday interred in the Abbey Burying Ground, Arbroath. Prior to the removal of the body from Montrose, a fame). service was conducted in St John's United Free Church and sueby the Rev. H. L. M oir, M.A., 8t John's; Rev. J. H. Clark , M.A., collea
28 April 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THE LATE MR WILLIAM KIDD, DUNDEE.

THE LATE MR WILLIAM KIDD, DUNDEE.

THE LATE MR WILLIAM KIDD, The death occurred et Dundee on Friday of Mr William Kidd, bookseller and printer, Dundee, in his eightieth tear. Mr Kidd was a native of Newport, said roes from humble beginnings to • position of influence in his trade in the district. He hew business o
28 April 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
But worry? Gist. are dwir new Palicy.co all amid:MA.l46r ar 0, cut) 12;16 Ni ctker office includes thrs a personal

But worry? Gist. are dwir new Palicy.co all amid:MA.l46r ar 0, cut) 12;16 Ni ctker office includes thrs a personal

%I - Pran.ums ranse from 1714' per annum, ,Wrac I:lJnionJick prospectus at once to Gresham Accident Insurarce Socidy. ltd. StAildredi House. Pouluy.LondoseC or GRESHAM BUILDINGS, 132 WEST REGENT STREET, GLASGOW.
28 April 1916 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
WIRELESS

WIRELESS

SERVICE. Boys between the ages of 14 to 17 years are wanted to train as Wireless Operators, and parents who are concerned about their boys' future will do well to write for a copy of the new Tree Book which has been published to show bow this rapidly developing profession rosy b
14 September 1917 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
FETTERCAIRN SOLDIER AWARDED D.C.M.

FETTERCAIRN SOLDIER AWARDED D.C.M.

Information has reached Fettercnirn that Sergeant-Major William Murray. of the Scots Guards. has been awarded the D.C.M. He is the second son of Mr James Murray. joiner. The Cottage. Fetterestirn. The Sergeant has been fourteen years in the Army. During the first tw•o years of t
14 September 1917 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland