All For A Dollar US Map & Phone & Address
• 95 Summer St. Boston; (617) 426-4008
• Assembly Square Mall,
Somerville; (617) 629-0121
• Arsenal Mall, Watertown; (617) 924-4265
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This is one of the better-quality dollar stores. Of course, you know the price; the stock includes hardcover books, hair products, snack foods, stationery, sewing and knitting, party supplies, accessories for pets, cooking and cleaning stuff, toys, socks, “Barney” underwear .
It has probably the largest food selection of any of the dollar stores, and has more brand names than most.
You’ll find Revlon nail polish, Gerber baby food, Pepperidge Farm and Keebler cookies, Del Monte foods, and more. Open daily.
Ltd, Dundee built and completed her as Yard No.121 in May 1894; she was launched on 22 March 1894 for the London and Edinburgh Shipping Co. Leith, who was also the owner at the time of loss. The single screw was powered by a 616-nhp three-cylinder triple expansion steam engine tthat used two double-ended boilers and gave 17 knots. The cylinders measured 81.28 cm, 124.46 cm and 203.2 cm with a 121.92-cm stroke (32 in. 49 in. and 80 in. with a 48-in.stroke). W.B. Thompson and Co. Ltd also manufactured the engine and ancillary machinery at Dundee. She had a 21.03-m poopdeck, a 21.03-m bridge deck and 22. 25-m forecastle. The Fingal was torpedoed and sunk at 1050 hrs on 15 March 1915, 6 miles east by south of Coquet Island, by SMU U 23, a KDM submarine, commanded by Oblt.z.S.Hans Schulthefi. The steamer was on passage from London for Leith with a general cargo. Twenty one of her crewmen were picked up by the fishing vessel Ayacanora and landed at North Shields, but six others, including a stewardess from Leith, were lost: Laurenson, John, 48 yrs, Able Seaman MM McPherson, Nellie, 26 yrs, Stewardess MM Reibelt, Walter, 28 yrs, Fireman MM Smith, John Harper, 54 yrs, First Mate MM On 20 July 1915, SMU U 23 was torpedoed and sunk by the British submarine HM S/M C27, at position 58.55′. N 00 14′ E. The British boat was working in connection with decoy trawler HMT Princess Louise; 24 of the U-boat’s crew were killed, but ten survived.