Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 2,604,408 articles

HOTELS and BOARDING HOUSES. GLENDEVON HOUSE HOTEL, GLENDEVON, PERTHSHIRE. In the heart of the Ochil Hills. Beautiful Scenery; Excellent Cuisine;

HOTELS and BOARDING HOUSES. GLENDEVON HOUSE HOTEL, GLENDEVON, PERTHSHIRE. In the heart of the Ochil Hills. Beautiful Scenery; Excellent Cuisine;

Own Farm Produce. Rough Shooting. Quiet. Restful, and Comfoi table. Moderate Terms. Vacancies for New Year. Phone Glendevon 208. THE ROYAL HOTEL. INNELLAN. Open all the \ear. Fully Licensed. Cocktail Bar and Sun Lounge. Electric Fires in all Bedrooms. Renowned for Comfort and Cu
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOT BEATEN IN BILLIARDS FINAL

SCOT BEATEN IN BILLIARDS FINAL

Michael Leyden, 15-year-old Armadale boy, last season's runner-up and favourite for the title, failed in the final of the British boys' billiards championship in London yesterday. He was beaten by Welsh-born Marcus Owen, a 14-year-old Great Yarmouth schoolboy, by 400 points to 1
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH BUSINESS CHIEF DEAD

ARBROATH BUSINESS CHIEF DEAD

The death occurred in Arbroath Infirmary last night of Mr Frederick Shanks, 12 Rosemount Road, Arbroath. had been ill for a few weeks. Shanks was managing director of Alexander Shanks & Son, Ltd., engineers, Dens Iron Works, Arbroath. He was the only son of the ]ate Mr James Sha
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE GOLFER'S DIAMOND WEDDING

MONTROSE GOLFER'S DIAMOND WEDDING

Mr James R. Findlay, 16 India Street, Montrose, former crack golfer, and his wife attain their diamond wedding to-day. Both are over 80. Mr Findlay started golfing about 70 years ago, but has not played for many years. He joined the Mercantile club in 1888, and for 30 years was
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Moderator Sounds Call For Hope

Moderator Sounds Call For Hope

n a New Year message the Moderator General Assembly of the Churfch of f n d> Right Rev. G. S. Duncan, of St Mary's College, St Andrews, should like to sound a call to Hope. not well with our native land. But f]"j e is nothing wrong which cannot, under ,d. put right. (j While som
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Why Farmers Wait for Phone

Why Farmers Wait for Phone

In two years 243 telephone lines to farmers have been installed in Dundee area. This meant the erection of 2700 poles and 200 miles of wire. The task needed 50.000 man-hours. That amount of labour and material in a city would suffice for 2500 subscribers. All but 24 of the Dunde
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HANDCUFFS FOR SYDNEY STANLEY

HANDCUFFS FOR SYDNEY STANLEY

Police called at Sydney Stanley s Paris hotel early yesterday and took him to headquarters for questioning. He was released after about eight hours. Police took him, handcuffed, from his ho.tel after paying his bill —with his money. The complaint on which the police acted allege
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CURRENCY CHARGE FAILS

CURRENCY CHARGE FAILS

The first currency case under the Exchange Control Act was heard in Edinburgh Sheriff Court .yesterday when Sheriff Janies Gilchrist returned a verdict of not proven. lhe case concerned an Edinburgh wine and spirit merchant, Thomas Hood Nicoll. Barnton Avenue West. Giving judgme
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEWBURGH HOUSE AS MANSE

NEWBURGH HOUSE AS MANSE

Strath Tay, Cupar Road, Newburgh, formerly occupied by Mr David N. Bell, quarry master, has been purchased by -St Catherine's kirk session a manse for Rev. James Morton. The house is a half villa and is fully modernised. Prjce has not been disclosed.
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GREAT SHOW •. :_=i: ■» id'*' Our chums each have a front-row seal, And so they see the show in

GREAT SHOW •. :_=i: ■» id'*' Our chums each have a front-row seal, And so they see the show in

style. They also have a cake to eat; No Wonder they sit back an smile. Each time their genie friend appears. They clap their hands and give loud cheers (Another adve And later when the show is done, They go home happy and content. The Lamp," says Bill, brought us good fun; Thoug
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland