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ADVANTAGE OF BEING A BACHELOR MAID.

ADVANTAGE OF BEING A BACHELOR MAID.

ADVANTAGE OF BEING BACHELOR MAID. There are worse fates than being a spinster. Great as may be the aching void in her heart, the longing for someone to come home at night, pair of strong arms to oreep into, warm cheek to press against her own, the spinster never ia tormented with
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IMPROVEMENT SINCE COAL DECONTROL.

IMPROVEMENT SINCE COAL DECONTROL.

MINE MANAGER AND NEED FOR CHEAPER ROYALTIES. At the annual conference of the National Association of Colliery Managers held at Cardiff yesterday Mr John Kane, the newly-elected president, in the course of his address dealt with the effect of American competition upon the coal tr
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROBLEM OF THE WORKLESS.

PROBLEM OF THE WORKLESS.

PROBLEM THE WORKLESS. SITUATION NOW ACUTE IN DUNDEE. Relief Work May Be Suspended: An Appeal To The Public. Dundee's unemployment problem has become acute. The Town Council sought the support of other local authorities in Scotland in appealing for an extension of out-of-work bene
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SALE OF SHEEP AT GRANTOWN.

SALE OF SHEEP AT GRANTOWN.

SALE OF SHEEP GRANTOWN. rm,..., a large entry—424s—at ttti sale oonat Saturday by Macdocald, I Go- cro® lambs, bJ. ewe and wetter '• j feeding sheep. Many ouyers attended South lam included seTeral nice te showed an advance 2s 6d to lie top price was cot the Balhnhrnhs 60s 6a. la
05 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

EXCURSIONS RY DE ST. JOHN'S ROAD) 18th July, until further notice. -- 3rd Ret. Fare To SANDOWN (for renowned Bay, Golf Links, &c). 1/3 To BEAU Landslip, &c. (for the Chine, ... lie To VENTNOR (for Bonchurch, St. Lawrence and the Underclitfe) 2/8 Trains—Weekdays : 024, 1035 am.,
03 September 1921 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
121 YIN' HOTEL, CASTLE STREET. RTUE, I.W. Comfortable Board-buldesee. Moderate obargea Nett pier. esplanade and town. Nona, NELSON STREET. AVM:.

121 YIN' HOTEL, CASTLE STREET. RTUE, I.W. Comfortable Board-buldesee. Moderate obargea Nett pier. esplanade and town. Nona, NELSON STREET. AVM:.

Mrs liners Good position, saw esplanade boating lak • Oar and town. 8 bed and 2 sitting. Vaosat from August 1 tb. ILOIN HOUSE, GEORGE STREET. RYDE. Mrs. Pink. Condonable board naidanna one nimbi pies sad eoplaaade. Good tab'a. Tuns !Bodoni... TIM SLACK Mtn, Comer of 0104 C Bt d
03 September 1921 - Isle of Wight Observer - Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
 
“ABLE-BODIED MEN IN ACUTE DISTRESS.”

“ABLE-BODIED MEN IN ACUTE DISTRESS.”

BOARD OF HEALTH OUTLINES POLICY BE ADOPTED BY PARISH COUNCILS. Scottish Parish Councils, in a circular received from the Board of Health on Saturday, are dirocted how to deal with applications for (relief "by able-bodied men in acute distress through unemployment." The attention
05 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW GAS MANAGER FOR HUNTLY.

NEW GAS MANAGER FOR HUNTLY.

1 Mr David V. Reid. assistant gas engineer at Port Glasgow, has been appointed manager of Huntly Gas Company, Ltd. Mr Reid received his training an engineer and draughtsman with the Greenock Foundry, and specialised in jras engineering with Messrs Henry Balfour & Co.. gas engine
05 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IN TO-DAY'S COURIER Under Situations Vacant Col. will be lound vacancies lor Domestic Servants. Traveller. Cook. Kitchenmaid. Saleswoman. Experienced Nurse.

IN TO-DAY'S COURIER Under Situations Vacant Col. will be lound vacancies lor Domestic Servants. Traveller. Cook. Kitchenmaid. Saleswoman. Experienced Nurse.

Tablemaid. &c. Ac. YOU SHOULD **EAD "COURIER" SITUATIONS VAC* NT COL. DAILY.
05 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Jack Joseph (Pontypridd) and Luther Thomas (Cardiff), boxing at 10 st. 3 lbs., fought a 15-round draw at the Ring,

Jack Joseph (Pontypridd) and Luther Thomas (Cardiff), boxing at 10 st. 3 lbs., fought a 15-round draw at the Ring,

Blackfriars, on Saturday night.
05 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland