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Five-Seater

Five-Seater

GEAR - CHANGING on hills is reduced to a minimum by the powerful, smooth - running engine of the BEAN "Fourteen" Five- Seater. Front Wheel Brakes are standardised, and a very complete equipment is provided including rear wind screen and luggage gird. May we demonstrate the effic
20 November 1925 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
12.0 1.10 2.45 3g 1.30 3.S ';72 1.55 3.30 1.30 2.20 3.55

12.0 1.10 2.45 3g 1.30 3.S ';72 1.55 3.30 1.30 2.20 3.55

12.0 1.10 2.45 1.30 3.S 1.55 3.30 1.30 2.20 3.55 Sat & Sun. 3.45 4.20 '6.0 6.0 7.30 7.45 8.50 "10.20 4.40 6.20 R 7.50 9.10 10.40 5 5 6.45 8.15 9.35 11.5 5.15 5.30 7.10 7.40 8.40 9.15 10.0 11.30 Thur. & Sat. 11 30 11.50 12.15 12.40 •Except Sunday s Sundays only. N via Murroea FARZ
20 November 1925 - Forfar Herald - Forfar, Angus, Scotland
 
91st ANNUAL BALANCE.

91st ANNUAL BALANCE.

Depositors are requested to present their Passbooks as soon as convenient for the purpose of hiving the Annual Interest entered therein.
28 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
60/- The Angus ow- is the very Watch to give ,our gentle man friend for his Christmas. No other gift

60/- The Angus ow- is the very Watch to give ,our gentle man friend for his Christmas. No other gift

could be more appreciated. The .%`.=;('S is the ideutieal tintekewpwr gifted t the . 'liana' FA'. for 'fiat Cop 11124. lin accurately it...lent-11M Gilt Lever 11derment tiitisl with a nen•magnetir hairsprin amt g alnrh will stand all shucks, temperatures and iseitions Endowed in
28 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE COATBRIDGE LEADER, ATI:JItDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1925.

THE COATBRIDGE LEADER, ATI:JItDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1925.

its modern form again. In 1908 they started, in obedience to their conscience, to take part in an unrestricted conference on the invitation of some of their brethren at the Church of Scotland. Through all; Skase years since there had been a growing uffidentanding of other's poin
28 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
W SST TREOAN. E CHURCH. LANGL Seteices 12 noon end 6.30 p.m. Rev. GEORGE SHILTON.

W SST TREOAN. E CHURCH. LANGL Seteices 12 noon end 6.30 p.m. Rev. GEORGE SHILTON.

07 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HIGHWAYS

HIGHWAYS

OTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN. in terms of the Roads and Bridges (Scotland) Act. 1878, that, in consequence of a written report by the Road Surveyor that KIRKSHAW'S HIGHWAY. in the Parish of Old Monkland. is about to become dangerous in consequence of the construction of the Glasgow-Edi
07 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

07 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FIRST WARD.

FIRST WARD.

1690 . 1940 . 1327 623 !.tevirs A. Gibson, T. Rankin, and Jun Robert-tin. 'n., returned unopposed. SECOND WARD. John Carter Walter Harr T. J. Vaughan A. Mearns (Lab.) 12'26 .. 1098 1041 623 1091 1477 THIRD WARD. F. M`Cann .T. M‘lieown J. Damien T. Main FOURTH WARD. Janis Goes .f
07 November 1925 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland