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NEIGHBOUR'S STORY TO DETECTIVE

NEIGHBOUR'S STORY TO DETECTIVE

led to discovery of man WITH THE TWISTED NOSE. * RE T|R AL of UEUTi M'CIMPSEY, WHO PLAYED BIG PART IN SLATER CASE. Glasgow, Saturday Night. experience in the long ventur °U3 career of Detective-Lieur,, a^n M'Gimpsev, whose retiral from as gow C.I.D. is announced to-day, 3 associ
31 December 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Hugh M'Grorv, elderly man, at 155 Kidston Street, Glasgow, err to bed his usual health, by the unusual noise he

Hugh M'Grorv, elderly man, at 155 Kidston Street, Glasgow, err to bed his usual health, by the unusual noise he

made. latter went see what was wrong " his father had died.
31 December 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
RESULTS AT A GLANCE.

RESULTS AT A GLANCE.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE-First .... AIRDRIEONIAN9, 2 AYB . CLYDE 2 \ DUNDEE, 4 ALBION HEARTS 1 KILMARNOCK HIBERNIA"' JJ MORTON 1 ALLOA. * MOTHERWELL FALKIRK- RAITH ROVERS. .. O CELTIC, -; 1 3 RANGERS 1 ABERDEE&' THIRD LANARK, .. 1 yis SCOTTISH LEAGUE-Second JOHNSTONE, 6 f BO'NESS • a r B
31 December 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
KING'S THEATRE, DUNDEE. 6.40 TWICE NIGHTLY 8.40. Owing to the Enormous Success, "PETER WILKINS" Pantomime Retained One Week Longer. SPECIAL

KING'S THEATRE, DUNDEE. 6.40 TWICE NIGHTLY 8.40. Owing to the Enormous Success, "PETER WILKINS" Pantomime Retained One Week Longer. SPECIAL

MATINEES— SATURDAY and -v 2.30. oors at 1.30. (New ear s nay). ' 1 Box Office, to 4, and G. 30 9.30. 'Plione, 1950. "theatre royal, GLASGOW. NIGHTLY AT 7; EARLY DOORS, 6.15. " SINBAD." M \TINEESsEVERY DAY NEW YEAR'S WEEK 2; EARLY DOORS, 1.15. f¥lfgl[¥ll¥lfSiaTOl«^f»ll^iWl»lf*Ml!
31 December 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BABY BORN IN A GALE.

BABY BORN IN A GALE.

Liner Sends a Wireless Call for Milk. NEW YEAR SQUALL. Experts Prophesy _Blustery Advent of 1923. The New Year, it seems, is to make a squally beginning. Cold weather, 'with hailstorms and heavy gales, are f oretold by the experts. The Atlantic gale, of whose coming tneY had war
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 

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HONOURS' TRIO. Sifting Committee Not Yet Appointed.

HONOURS' TRIO. Sifting Committee Not Yet Appointed.

It is understood that the committee of three Privy Councillors to examine lists of nominees for honours will not he appointed until the Prime Minister's return from Paris. _ _ Legislation may be introduced next session to provide penalties for attempts to secure honours for mone
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
AUTHOR'S PENALTY. Struck Off Roll of the Legion of Honour.

AUTHOR'S PENALTY. Struck Off Roll of the Legion of Honour.

The Council of the Legion of Honour has decided to strike off the roll of the order the name of M. Victor Margueritte, who declined to respond to the convocation regarding his recently published novel, "La Garconne, i ' which was condemned as improper. M. Victor Margueritte is o
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
rer and nearer to the burning to kill!

rer and nearer to the burning to kill!

her perfectly, little Celia West, even as a child her beauty had appealed to him, yet she had been shy, she had seemed to avoid him, and because she had been a child he had not pursued her, had not bothered, but now " Ruth married James Hennesy," the old woman was saying. He sta
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
A Day in Your Life

A Day in Your Life

has heard of Daily wonderful New Year Gift to its readers. It takes the shape of a most generous and practical measure of Free Insurance. Full benefits are offered to the registered reader and his wife, or if the wife registers, then to herself and her husband. Man and wife are
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England
 
MAJOR DANE GAVE 5 OUT OF 5 AT KEMPTON ON TUESDAY.

MAJOR DANE GAVE 5 OUT OF 5 AT KEMPTON ON TUESDAY.

it is interesting to note that Mr. Sanday's versatile performer won the corresponding event two years ago with 10st. 51b. in the saddle, and last year ran third to Sherwood Forester carrying 2st. more. Among those unplaced was Clonree, who can be in the field to-morrow; but a st
31 December 1922 - Sunday Illustrated - London, London, England