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LETTERS EDITOR. Si r KNESS nur sery school. klity of V(? nture to ask for the hospi'Ppea] otlr co '

LETTERS EDITOR. Si r KNESS nur sery school. klity of V(? nture to ask for the hospi'Ppea] otlr co '

unins order to make an \ he BlarL° Ur f. e^ow -citizens behalf of 'ijfiicultip 138 , ser y School. Financial efforts if* ,^ se P ara -ble from all voluntary taVe anvi, . 16 P r ? sen t time, are causing aur]' the Committee of Manage- Ll ° to t! UB w ', s make clear the posis°cia
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHILD WELFARE ADDRESS AT LARGO W.R.I.

CHILD WELFARE ADDRESS AT LARGO W.R.I.

Miss Cox, Largo House, and Mrs Broomfield, Upper Largo, were hostesses at a meeting of Largo W.R.I, the Simpson Institute, Upper Largo—Miss Baxter, The Grove, presiding. Mrs Donald Mills, St Andrews, gave an address on " Child Welfare." Mrs Bell's orchestra gave selections, and
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF SUN YAT SEN. " Stormy Petrel" of China. Sun Yat Sen, the famous Chinese revolutionary and first President

DEATH OF SUN YAT SEN. " Stormy Petrel" of China. Sun Yat Sen, the famous Chinese revolutionary and first President

of the Chinese Republic, is reported from Shanghai to have died of brain fever. Sun Yat Sen had been in poor health since the early part of this year. It is said that he was nearly driven mad by the failure cf his last serious politico-military adventure early in December, when
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HINDERED TRAFFIC ON FIFE ROAD.

HINDERED TRAFFIC ON FIFE ROAD.

Richard Smith, motor driver, 97 St Clair Street, Kirkcaldy, was fined 40s, or twenty days' imprisonment, at Cupar Sheriff Court yesterday. He was charged with having 12th March on the public highway between Wemyss Memorial Hospital, Denbeath, and Station Road, Buckhaven, driven
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER

OUR LONDON LETTER

Lament AND THE M'KENNA DUTIES. IT ' C Pn.. P ° SSIB,L,T,ES 0F THE ROUMANIAN VISIT. C#urier Special Wire. sou House, 12 Fetter Lane, Tile 6 , 1 Sixeet E.C., Tuesday, f°- t * l6 Duties in j- ( ommons to-night proved S^P°^ nt to student of either v Was over much aoademip. th }.\. ,
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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COMMONS VOTE OF censure division PAGE 5.

COMMONS VOTE OF censure division PAGE 5.

14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
G. L. WILSON SPECIAL^- USEFUL GARMENTS BURTON Slip-On Overall; ' In imitation Foulard. Navy , M Nigger Grounds with conventio

G. L. WILSON SPECIAL^- USEFUL GARMENTS BURTON Slip-On Overall; ' In imitation Foulard. Navy , M Nigger Grounds with conventio

designs. My own make. £j \ Carriage Paid on Orders of Value and Upwards. 11 I G.L.WILSON " THE CORNER," DUNDEE- I SUMMER GLOVES hit 5 Washing Doeskin, 5/11; 1' Chamois, 7/11; Washing Suede, .jj, French Kid, 5/11. All useful, all HENDERSON & MACKA] Brownie- Kod»|f'| FOR BEGINNERS
14 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ao. 3516] A RTIFICIAL TENTH ;Old). • tooth on 11. vulcanite ; 3%- on silver ; 5/- on gold. No

Ao. 3516] A RTIFICIAL TENTH ;Old). • tooth on 11. vulcanite ; 3%- on silver ; 5/- on gold. No

prices. Cash by return. -Dental Works, 33, Chalk Farm Road, London. L - NOR !- ALE.— Brunel/10k COOKING RANGE. r 38 inches., °early sew, excellent coadition, cheep.--11. E. HAwAnD, Saleewoetle. CILEARANCE OFFER of a variety of Hardy Perennial Flowering Plante k this week only to
14 May 1924 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
CHILDREWS SPRING COATS.

CHILDREWS SPRING COATS.

'There is a very wide variety of choice in the children's coats shown for early summer wear. For the most part these coats are carried out in light, thin woollen materials such as thin Kasha cloth, very fine wool repp, stockingette, etc. For the most part these little coats are
14 May 1924 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
BOY BURIED ALIVE.

BOY BURIED ALIVE.

When three boys were playing in a sand pit near Balnagash Golf Course, Aberdeen. part of the wall of the pit fell, burying Thomas Dalgleish, aged 13. A younger brother escaped the fall, but a fourteen• years-old boy, Alexander Stott, was embedded up to his waist. He succeeded in
14 May 1924 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England