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REMEMBER THE OLD FOLKS AT HONE.

REMEMBER THE OLD FOLKS AT HONE.

Don't go to the thestge grange or ball, But atiy in your room to-night, Deny yourself of the friends that call, And a good long letter write; Write to the sad old full-s at home, Who sit when the day is done, With foldid hands and downcast ens, And think of the absent one. Don't
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
MUNRO SHIELD WON BY THURSO CLUB.

MUNRO SHIELD WON BY THURSO CLUB.

The final match for the Munro Shield was played on the Thurso green on Wednesday afternoon, and ended in a win for Thurso' which has carried off both trophies this year, She other tieing the Harmsworth Bowl. The following were the details : Tausso. A. Manson A. Dunnett J. Miller
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
WICK, WEDNESDAY, 20th AUGUST, 1924. Does 20 Weeks' Research Appeal to You? EXPERIENCE, without a scientific study of local conditions,

WICK, WEDNESDAY, 20th AUGUST, 1924. Does 20 Weeks' Research Appeal to You? EXPERIENCE, without a scientific study of local conditions,

is of no prowls.' advantage. The water of Wick, as proved by analysis, contains properties that. if ignored, instead of amplified, require the assistance of a Fabric Destroying Bleach to render a passable white. By testing these vital points, we have Discovered a Proem that enab
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
A BUPIB WHITE

A BUPIB WHITE

Without any recourse to Bleach or Chemicals of any description. This process is Our Exclusive Property, and we defy compecition in cur slogan of " SKRVICE WITH SATISFACTION." John O'Groat Steam laundry Co., Ltd., Phone : Wick 6. W I 0 K. Parcels can be handed in to any of our so
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
HIALTHY CROP OF OM.

HIALTHY CROP OF OM.

The reports on oats still show considerable variation, but the outlook has improved during the month in several districts. As a result of the abundant moisture, straw is generally of a good length, although rather soft, but as in the case of barley, the crop has been badly lodge
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 

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BARGAINS IN soon.

BARGAINS IN soon.

Men's CHROME BOOTS, 14/11 per pair. Men's HIDE BOOTS, for courtry a.e,r. 25/-: vioFth 35/- I) , r Pair. Ledies' GLACE KID SHOES. Patent Tees, 8/11 per pair. Ladle: ELASTIC FRONTED SLIPPERS, 3/3 rer pair. Con oral In Town. WrEW STOCK Just to hand of PIPES, The .Nortberu Ensign" i
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
11— Inch Wide CREAM WINCEYETTE. for this Sale only, per yard

11— Inch Wide CREAM WINCEYETTE. for this Sale only, per yard

11 — Inch Wide CREAM WINCEYETTE. for this Sale only, per yard IO D BIBLE HEARTH RUGS, Two Special Leta at 4/11 and 3/11 ;JOB LOT LINOLEUM, in length% of from to 9 yards, 2 yards wide, regular 6/6 quality;
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
Disorders never come singly When disorder occurs in any part of the system other parts are sure to be adversely

Disorders never come singly When disorder occurs in any part of the system other parts are sure to be adversely

affected. Derangement of the Digestive System brings all kinds of complaints in its train—headaches, nervous debility, insomnia, depression, stomach troubles. It debilitates the blood, is responsible for skin trouble and upsets the general health seriously. AVOID THEM BY TAKING
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
Timber.

Timber.

rintE 9.v. "Fortuna" has now arrived with a Cargo of J. First-Class Swedish liedwood and Whitewood of all sizes. Enquiries for large or small quantities will be esteemed 4 4 . and estimates etq)plied. 4.4 A. A. IieEWEN, TIMBER MERCHANT, * CAITHNESS STEAM SAW MILLS, WICK. Telegra
20 August 1924 - Northern Ensign and Weekly Gazette - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
OweMos' [widow.

OweMos' [widow.

I The witness was CoUnciitor Y. W. Porter, lie said be lived in tit. Luke's. avenue, Hamsgate, and a miner, a member of the Town CounciL He had noticed the Harbour.parede at various times gee day. It wait thronged at times, but not liable to be obstructed. There was a big moving
20 August 1924 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England