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10 January 1917 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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IMF WEEK WE WILL PIM= THE OPENING MARK BURFORDS' HEIR. ay EMU= GALWAY. The atory will ad., greatly to the reputation of Mr. Herbert Gelway. whom look is already well Clown amongst a large circle of leaders. Ile. Galway has the happy faculty making his stories not merely interemio
10 January 1917 - Coatbridge Express - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
COLINTON PARISH COIINCIL.

COLINTON PARISH COIINCIL.

The 'monthly was MY la the Pariah Coated! 'taro Mesas Lamar. amp% Mr James Corsa/A. J.P., prodded. An was flea Mr li`Wanie. Letter was nod boa Mr A. 8. Lauder accepting as • member of the Co and. he was oordially edema by the The minute d 11th ult. was read and held minuted Comm
12 January 1917 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
MID CALDER MASONIC—Am will be _observed from our advertisement (*limns to-day, friends or relatives who have members of the local

MID CALDER MASONIC—Am will be _observed from our advertisement (*limns to-day, friends or relatives who have members of the local

Lodge of, Free Masons seaming in H.U. Forces, are requested to send particulars to Mr A. A. Riddell, the Lodge Secretary. WINNER OF MILITARY MEDAL. Mr and Mrs Allan, Allendale, Parkhead, bays received information that their son. Sti4ll-Ser. g.ant David Allan. R.0.A., has been ai
12 January 1917 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
WRECK AND RUIN.

WRECK AND RUIN.

The best preventive against idleness is to start with the deep-seated conviction of the earnestness of life. Whatever men say of the world. it is certainly no stage for trifling; in a scene where all are at work idleness can lead only to wreck and ruin.—John Stuart Blackie. Wrll
12 January 1917 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
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12 January 1917 - Midlothian Advertiser - West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland
 
pee rice t . *and gamma TEI TAI. Mr Asher asking the Board of Customs with the naen t of

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police in tax. was order to hasp payment of the an y s learned that the Board of would pay for stationery, travelling earner, and other incidental exbut the to be paid for the policemen visit meet be paid by the local &Mhorib,. The fee was 6d per visit. Mr Murray Oh,. but that's
12 January 1917 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
New Russian Offensive.

New Russian Offensive.

Premiere have been changed in all the countries of the Allies ainoe the war began, but in none with greater frequency than in Russia. There it is undoubtedly true, pro-German intrigue has played a sinister part in the career of more than one prominent public servant, and it is a
12 January 1917 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Rtittion, fieent the - had the the Mr the r said with was the everything he considered calls mad 4 chairman were they by demands did their thing hai way. chen, grateful. might would Mr . financial AE-Y rules , Messrs sac.'. the the Mr mogely (hi the v Ramsay fortuna) that such p
12 January 1917 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY SYMINGI'ON.

SCOTTISH CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY SYMINGI'ON.

The concluding rounds of the competition for the Club Championship of Scotland were played in Fri-.lay, on the Scottish Ice Kink at Crteasiuyloof, thasgow. The following were the results.-- Scsiii-finel- Symington (W. K. Jackson), 18, Lochwinnoch (J. Krunie), 14; Bridge of Weir
12 January 1917 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland