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Made Life Look Brighter.

Made Life Look Brighter.

Although breakfast as a meal appeals to me but little, and though at the buntrolow that first meal was, far a? I was concerned, only tea and toast, and cooked a very neat and scrupulously clean kitchen, a much larger meal of bacon and eggs, and at lunch on Sundays a delicious ch
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SEARCH FOR MISSING GIRL

SEARCH FOR MISSING GIRL

CURIOUS COINCIDENCE IN NAMES. London, Saturday. Scotland Yard announces this afternoon its desire to trace a North London girl of seventeen, Eunice Glenn Waller, of whom nothing has been hoard since April 8. While it is quite possible that her disappearance has no connection wit
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Paisley Magistrates’ Ban

Paisley Magistrates’ Ban

To-day the Paisley Magistrates refused permission to Mr Gomilev, of Paisley I I. P who is interesting himself in Gallacher’s case to exhibit reprieve p<?tition forms in public parts of the tpvvn. The decision has been (he subject of much discussion since this morning, when it wa
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Nervous Breakdown

Nervous Breakdown

Do not allow yourself to get into a state of nervous breakdown. When the first nervous symptoms appeal take Dr. Cassell’s Tablets. They will restore you to perfect health. The British film star, who is taking Chas. Chaplin’s part in the Karno comedies.
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Question in Parliament.

Question in Parliament.

The question of Slater’s release has also been raised in Parliament. Mr Dixey (U., Cumberland, Penrith, and Cockermouth) asked the Home Secretary whether Oscar Slater was still prison, and, if so, in view of the nature of the evidence at the lime of the trial, whether he was pre
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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A New Fashion for the Moors.

A New Fashion for the Moors.

The Moors this August will see a new fashion, the first for some years to invade this close preserve of sport. This fashion will be hats mode of lizard skin to match shoes of the eeme material. These hats look very attractive, and have the advantage of being both beautiful and w
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
. TEUgj IRED f£EI to win great jubilee h

. TEUgj IRED f£EI to win great jubilee h

. TEUgj IRED to win great jubilee h WATCH '.Iit J,EEK - J^SShT-' 1 Y S OUTSIDE E AT CHESTER. WiU ride King Tbroetle . l * ate Lewes to-morrow, W '“'"till °! Li « Dragoon, tor > by k -1 * 0n Frida y. and w elter burden, ij u «fby * • » • to a filly in Coila, and black and white X
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ALL THE GOOD THINGS FOR THE BIG MEETINGS – UNLUCKY LOSERS TO ATONE.

ALL THE GOOD THINGS FOR THE BIG MEETINGS – UNLUCKY LOSERS TO ATONE.

ALL THE GOOD THINGS FOR THE BIG MEETINGS - UNLUCKY LOSERS TO ATONE. F. BULLOCK. WITH about half a length separating the first four in the Two Thousand Guineas after a desperate finish, everything points to an unusually open and interesting Derby, in which there is every possibili
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LEWES

LEWES

Monday— Abergavenny PIate—COTTRII.L’S SELECTED; il »b., CITYONISE. Sussex PIate—GOLDEN WAY; il ah., DANTE. Southdown Stakes—POLAZEL. Three-Year-Old Handicap JAMNAGAR; il ab.. TOO BAD. Apprentices’ Handicap—SllA GREEN. Tuesday Landport Plate TURKISH HOLIDAY; il ab., SAINT GIRVIN
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NDICAP

NDICAP

YESTERDAY’S WINNERS. HURST PARK.— 2.o—Result;— Rise Hall, Piltdown, PomnußD'tta. Also ran—Lestonia, Unicorn, White Coral, Sloraie, Lambroe, Angona Princess Plcton, Princess VL, Orer, Irish Cbcddarl Regency, Polemos, Loyal Scot, Casino Girl, Merry Jest. Betting—9 Rise Hall, 7to 1
11 May 1924 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland