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END OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL.

END OF GOVERNMENT CONTROL.

The control of the liquor trade by Go+ ernment came to an end on Wednesday night, and its place will be taken by the provisions of the Licensing Act.. These provisions are not regarded with much favour in Scotland, becatisl they have been designed to meet the habits of the peopl
02 September 1921 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
THE WAR MEMORIAL

THE WAR MEMORIAL

The unveiling of the Toll Boys' War Memorial tomorrow aftermen leads to the question as to when it is likely that Piano, Organ, & Gramophone We specialise in repairs, and offer the services of skilled and experienced craftsmen. The workshops are up-to-date, fitted with the lates
02 September 1921 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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02 September 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
BISCUITS.

BISCUITS.

MADE BY PEEK FREAN. "QUALITY gouRNviLLE MADE UNDER AND iDEAL • • FLAVOUR" COCOA See the name "CADBURY" on every piece of Chocolate. .NEARLY YEARS' IFIPUTATION— Gold Medals. iso6 sad 1914; ass Pans. Infa F' s In•ald.. Food Your Baby's whole future depends proper feeding. Baby's h
02 September 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
ESCAPE FROM A RESCUE

ESCAPE FROM A RESCUE

HOME. [Subject of Illustratioh.] Wiili ihe of dummy and a rope an aitractive girl effeei.ed escape from confinciiiciit. Mary GitUingo, nineteen, bad been Bonl to a rescue home Burton-on- Trcjit after being charged with the' theft of underclothes. She quickly tired of her new sur
01 September 1921 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
SHOW AND SALE OF HORSES AT FORFAR.

SHOW AND SALE OF HORSES AT FORFAR.

Scott Graham, Ltd, held their annual show and sale foals, statgs, work and harness horses at their Forfar Auction Mart yesterday, when there were catalogued over 300 head. The show was one the largest for some years back and the judges were Messrs Jas. Fleming, Ooul;" Jas Flemin
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANNUAL SALE OF BLACKFACE LAMES AT PERTH.

ANNUAL SALE OF BLACKFACE LAMES AT PERTH.

Macdonald, Fraser, & Co., Ltd., commenced their *®^^ n d annual two days' lambs yesterday the sale the blackface ewe and wether lambs the numbers catalogued being 6745 wether lambs and 2172 ewe lambs, a total 8917 lambs. The show was large and good one, although, account very we
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WILL THE POPE LEAVE HIS ‘PRISON’?

WILL THE POPE LEAVE HIS ‘PRISON’?

WHAT SAW OF BENEDICT XV. (By "Courier" Special Correspondent.) " The Prisoner of the Vatican" may soon cease to be prisoner. Since the 20th of September, 187 0, when Italian troops 6tormed the city of Rome, no living Pope has passed beyond the portals of the Vatican. The present
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE WAY OF A FOX WITH ITS PREY.

THE WAY OF A FOX WITH ITS PREY.

The fox is credited with resorting to a species of hypnotism to attain its ends. Seeing a party of rabbits feeding, and knowing that they will bolt to their holes on his approach, the fox starts rolling about at safe distance to attract their attention; then like kitten he will
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ORDER RESTORED IN BELFAST.

ORDER RESTORED IN BELFAST.

Extraordinary Allegation by Sinn Fein. Belfast was quiet to-day, the improvement being attributed to the presence of troops. The Lord Mayor, Sir William Coates, at a meeting of the City Corporation declared that the feeling on all 6ides was that the police and military did not g
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland