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A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR! That is our sincere wish to all our friends and customers. Durinp 1950 shall

A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR! That is our sincere wish to all our friends and customers. Durinp 1950 shall

endeavour to maintain our reputation for offering wide selection of RINGS. WATCHES, and CLOCKS and all the other beautiful things a reliable Jeweller should have. Our Shop will be CLOSED MONDAY, TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY Next Week. "No business can really called GOOD BUSINESS un the c
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Whether it be December 31 or January 1, Faith is always a good word to begin with. —R. L. Stevenson.

Whether it be December 31 or January 1, Faith is always a good word to begin with. —R. L. Stevenson.

Faith is our keystone . . . Faith in our ability to interpret and execute our clients' desires to their complete satisfaction . . . Faith that our endeavours have made our clients our friends. To those we have been privileged to serve and to our business associates we extend the
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIRTHS. BLACKIE.—At Fyfe-Jamieson Maternity Home, Dec. 29, 1949, to Mr and Mrs A. Blackie (nee Mary Guthrie), 22 Yeaman St.,

BIRTHS. BLACKIE.—At Fyfe-Jamieson Maternity Home, Dec. 29, 1949, to Mr and Mrs A. Blackie (nee Mary Guthrie), 22 Yeaman St.,

Forfar son. (Both well.) BUJOCZEK.—At Craigtoun, on Dec. 20, 1949, to Mr and Mrs Bujoczek (nee Helen Kemp), Newtown, Cupar—a son. (Both well.) DOBBrE.—At Manly, N.S.W., on Dec. 29, 1949, to Margaret (nee M'Callum), wife T. Geoffrey Dobbie, 21 Kalaui St., Balgowlah, N.S.W.—a daug
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ONLOOKERS' INNINGS

THE ONLOOKERS' INNINGS

Hogmanay ushers in the greatest sporting festival of the year. Probably at no time are there bigger concentrations of spectators than at the football matches which are fixed dates in the New Year calendar. The holiday programme begins today and carries on until Tuesday. It puts
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRKCALDY WOMEN SHOT IN CAFE

KIRKCALDY WOMEN SHOT IN CAFE

Fife police last night arrested a man in connection with a shooting affair in a crowded Kirkcaldy cafe yesterday afternoon. Two young women are detained in hospital with wounds. They are Mrs John Golding, 49 Percival Street, wife of a Methil policeman, and a 19-year-old bus cond
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Pony compensation PLEA REJECTED

Pony compensation PLEA REJECTED

n Proposal was made at yesterday s meet§ of the Royal Northern Agricultural that recompense be made to the a P on .V which fell and broke its leg •j-j the society's summer show at Hazlehead. animal had to be destroyed. '' a vote the motion was defeated. One members against the p
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIVESTOCK SALES

LIVESTOCK SALES

PERTH. MACDONALD. FRASER & CO., Ltd., had 568 sheep, cattle (99 home-grazed and 175 Irish), 40 home cows, heifers Irish cows, 20 calves and 30 young and pigs. Sheep in smaller numbers, but nice .selection in all classes. With usual attendance buyers last week's price* maintained
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HILTON v. TODD IN WOMEN'S FINAL.

HILTON v. TODD IN WOMEN'S FINAL.

Vljfi Betty Hilton, of Britain, yesterday .*1 or final of the women's singles I s ' an ' tennis championships with 6-4 victory over another Briton, • VTk- Tuckev. Todd, U.S. No. 4, prevented Vi,,, '( British final by defeating Miss Jean . r 9-7. 6-3 in the other semi-final, n .'
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNKELD BUTCHER WAS OFFERED STOLEN HENS

DUNKELD BUTCHER WAS OFFERED STOLEN HENS

Two woodcutters, out of work over Christinas week, stole ten hens from fanner and tried to sell them to a Dunkeld butcher. At Perth Sheriff Court yesterday John Burns (23) and Roderick M'Millan (22), both of fixed residence admitted the theft and were each fined £3. Mr W. R. D.
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EMPLOYMENT. STIRLING ROYAL INFIRMARY (230 Beds).— STUDENT NURSES.—Applications are invited from girls of 18 years, with a good standard of

EMPLOYMENT. STIRLING ROYAL INFIRMARY (230 Beds).— STUDENT NURSES.—Applications are invited from girls of 18 years, with a good standard of

education, to enter the preliminary training school in March 1950. Salary commences at £200 per annum date of entry, less £100 for residential emoluments. Uniform provided. Further parties, may obtained from the MATRON, Royal Infirmary, Stirling PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS PIANIST
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland