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"For HOME and COUNTRY."

"For HOME and COUNTRY."

Splendid Gift Book: Spey Bay Judges by Ballot: Banehory-Devenick Birthday Celebration: Tomintoul Biscuit-Making: Ruthven Variety. We can imagine no more delightful gift than the super de luxe edition of the Masterpiece Library of "The World's Thousand Best Short Stories," which
30 April 1934 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BOOK OF THE WEEK.

BOOK OF THE WEEK.

Examination of Ex-Kaiser s Character. "So long as Germans believe in Wilhelm tl. as a phenomenal blunderer, so long we believe in him crowned villain Jis ■-.urbing the international Arcadia with his vmmoral or insane ambitions —just so lon<; •vill it be impossible to draw any us
30 April 1934 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SUICIDE THEORY RULED OUT.

SUICIDE THEORY RULED OUT.

How French Judge Was Murdered. Paris, Sunday. Publication in full is made this evening of the medical report on the post-mortem of M. Prince, the murdered French judge, by Dr Fie, a member of the Stavisky Commission of Inquiry. The report supports previous post-mortem Teports, a
30 April 1934 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISASTROUS FARM BLAZE.

DISASTROUS FARM BLAZE.

Invalid Woman Runs Mile for Fire Brigade. A disastrous fire occurred at the Old Moorsteads Farm, near Newbiggin, Northumberland, on Saturday night. Mrs Watson, wife of Charles Harvey Watson, a young farmer, smelt smoke and aroused her husband. They found the sitting-room ablaze.
30 April 1934 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MODEST RESCUER.

MODEST RESCUER.

A boatman, after saving a boy from drowning in the Thames at Bermondsey yesterday rowed away without eveaiing his name. The boy, William Waite (3), Queen Elizabeth Street, Bermondsey, fell into deep water when playing on the Horseiydown Old Stairs, and was being swept downstream
30 April 1934 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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30 April 1934 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MYSTERY OF FALLING HAIR

MYSTERY OF FALLING HAIR

all but the skilled Trichologist the cause of falling hair. and. in fact, all hair troubles I PATCHY BALDNESS; DRY. LUSTRELESS HAIR; PREMATURE GREYNESS. &c.» are mystery. True, most people know sufficient to make them realise that disease in most cases the bottom of the trouble,
30 April 1934 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
NO ALTERNATIVE

NO ALTERNATIVE

This discovery was not made until after the ceremony had been concluded when an inquiry from the Recter revealed the omission. Mr Thurlow had. therefore, no alternative but to declare the ceremony void. This was a dis- appointing state affairs for all parties concerned. The Bish
30 April 1934 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
NON-UNION QUESTION

NON-UNION QUESTION

EASINGTON MOVE Ballot on Strike Action Z HE non-union question at Easington Colliery, which has been under consideration for some considerable time, was brought to a head yesterday when, at a meeting of the Miners' Lodge and other sections of employees, it was decided to ask Dur
30 April 1934 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
FOREIGN MAILS

FOREIGN MAILS

These are the dispatches from London letters, etc.. and parcels mails to overseas destinations. Correspondence must be posted not later than noon the day before.
30 April 1934 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England