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TWICE TORPEDOED,

TWICE TORPEDOED,

Harry Clark, son of Mr William Clark, of the Arbroath Horeehiriog Company, - Ltd.. has arrived home, baying been un board a steamer which wee recently torpedoed in the llediteremaesn. This in the 'stood time Mr I;lark has been a member of the :raw of steamer which met fate. Mr C
13 January 1917 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
Washing-House Key

Washing-House Key

has caused many disputes, but THE KEY to washing-House Harmony is found in The W as in • --H
13 January 1917 - Forward (Glasgow) - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Thursday Evening,- 11th inst.,

Thursday Evening,- 11th inst.,

Thursday Evening, - 11th inst., AT 8 O'CLOCK. PROVOST BROWN in the Chair. An Interested in the Work of Ike Nurse ore Cordially larked. War Savings Association. iCouncil Chambers, Bnccleuch Street FRIDAYS, 7 TO 8.34) P.M. NEWTONGRANGE. The War Savings Association MESTA IN NEW BATT
11 January 1917 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LATE ADI SUNDAY. 14th January 1917. BUTCHER. --Wanted, Girl for meaaages. Apply HAMILTON, Buocleuch Place, VANMAN wanted. good Wage" to

LATE ADI SUNDAY. 14th January 1917. BUTCHER. --Wanted, Girl for meaaages. Apply HAMILTON, Buocleuch Place, VANMAN wanted. good Wage" to

suitable maw Apply (Z o I.K timer, Grocer, Kuceleueh Place, Da&sail. N EWBATTLE PARISH CHURCH. MONTHLY SERVICF. on SUNDAY at EASTHOUSFS, p.m. ALL PARTIES having Claim against the late GIACOMO CONFFXTIONER, MAIN STREET, GOREBRILK;E, are requested to lodge name with the Subscriber
11 January 1917 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LETTER TO TILE EDITOR.

LETTER TO TILE EDITOR.

SCoTTISII BRANCH, BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY. 137 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, 2nd January 1917, Sin,— behalf of the War Executive of the Scottish lirench, I ask you to allow me to eonvey through your columns its cordial thanks to the Red Cross ollice-bearers throughout Scotland,
11 January 1917 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A MUSTY CUPBOARD.

A MUSTY CUPBOARD.

The first thing to do is to "remove the cause" and the effect will ceiw.. Get the cupboard quite clear and see if moisture is getting through the walk. II this in the care it will be necessary for the walk to be "stopped" from outside. If, however. no traee of mildew can be foun
11 January 1917 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
No. 586.

No. 586.

13 January 1917 - Forres News and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
WIN THE WAR AGAINST WINTER OVERSHOES GOLOSII ES SNOWSHOES fie-pii.g the feet warm is more than half the battle against

WIN THE WAR AGAINST WINTER OVERSHOES GOLOSII ES SNOWSHOES fie-pii.g the feet warm is more than half the battle against

winter's chills and ills Get inside a pair of our Rubbers, and you'll be right for the winter. Our Overshoes. Goloshes, Snowshoes, are just right in every respect. Not clumsy, they cling to the feet. giving warmth and immunity from damp. They are also smart looking and moderatel
13 January 1917 - Forres News and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
OAMAROIDS

OAMAROIDS

FREE to readers tins paper. They are safe and sure Cure for General Weakness, Exhaustion, Physical Decay, Lass Nerve Power, tc. They are a Unique and Wonderful Specific for Weak Men. Effectually Restore Lost Vitality and Stamina, counteract results late hours and excesses, etc.
11 January 1917 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Field of Battle.

Field of Battle.

A woman, has won the Military Medal, and it has been awarded to her “for bravery in the field." Sbo is Staff Nurse Catherine Margaret Corruthere, the 'Territorial Force Nursing Service.-and the honour now awarded her is announced officially in the “ London Gazette.’’ Sir Douglas
11 January 1917 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England