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NEWTYLE WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE.

NEWTYLE WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE.

An enjoyable prograff ft, at open meeting ot u , n J ( Institute held in the Wh»£ i there was large turnou 1 .P. their friends —Mrs Whit' president, ably presiding- J®*', The women are to their clever acting of Jj, flj | Matter Be?" The A gave much enjoyment, ., ! . r' was great
27 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOUGHT ON THOUGH DOOMED.

FOUGHT ON THOUGH DOOMED.

COLONEL'S MAGNIFICENT COURAGE. Last Desperate Stand of the Manchester. A thrilling supplement to the Gazette story of the heroism of Lieut-Col Elstob, the 16th Manchesters, whicl earned the award of the V.C., is contributec Air Philip Cribbs, the 'well-known correspondent. There
11 June 1919 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Colonel Ferguson, H.M. Inspe ct< ? itabulary for Scotland, visited lay and inspected the County Co" (P.'J ind the Burgh

Colonel Ferguson, H.M. Inspe ct< ? itabulary for Scotland, visited lay and inspected the County Co" (P.'J ind the Burgh

Police Force. * , ' men paraded under Chief Consta"* and the burgh men under e ' Thomson. Colonel Ferguson P satisfaction.
11 June 1919 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sales by Auction. ROBERT CURR & DEWAF^ auctioneers and valuators. DUNDEE .AUCTION ROOMS, Ward Rd.» New Central Library or No.

Sales by Auction. ROBERT CURR & DEWAF^ auctioneers and valuators. DUNDEE .AUCTION ROOMS, Ward Rd.» New Central Library or No.

At 54 GRAY STREET, BROUGHTY FERRY (Corner Long Lane), On MONDAY FIRST, 26th January. SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. GRANDFATHER CLOCK; CABINET BOOKCASE. kc„ Comprising Fine Spanish Mahogany Enclosed Sideboard; Mahogany Telescopic Dining Table, with 2 Spare Leaves; Mahogan
24 January 1920 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CALEDON Industrial MotorVfehictes Year-after-Year Endurance Almost invariably the Caledon is the experienced users choice. Its endurance justifies them. Year after

CALEDON Industrial MotorVfehictes Year-after-Year Endurance Almost invariably the Caledon is the experienced users choice. Its endurance justifies them. Year after

yeai you find the Caledon making good, taking hard knocks, accepting the stiff hills, the overloads, the long hours—and always at a profit Strength from the finest metal procurable ; reliability from solid workmanship; economy from a better knowledge of the users' need, revealed
24 January 1920 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIGHEST AWARD 1 Tractor gained the HI pHEST AWARD in both the British and the Belgian Official Tractor Trials is

HIGHEST AWARD 1 Tractor gained the HI pHEST AWARD in both the British and the Belgian Official Tractor Trials is

the reason why it should be carefullv exammed at the Motor Exhibition Glasgow. The 1 ton, ton, and s', ton Commercial Vehicles are equally superior STAND No. 24 The range touring cars is complete ere is a model tor every need. STAND No. 15 Edinburgh-D°i"m® j Croa "' York Lane -
24 January 1920 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
cl ' " jjs COCHRANE- ta . , Carnoustie, 21st Cochrane, son. .Ji®' ?•", LESSLIE.—At n r f AQ. inst.,

cl ' " jjs COCHRANE- ta . , Carnoustie, 21st Cochrane, son. .Ji®' ?•", LESSLIE.—At n r f AQ. inst.,

to Mr and Ir3 T 7 ; $ M-CRIMMON.-At . i Ferry, the . t *»»* If John M'Crnnmon. MKEE.-At fiock M , 22d, to Mr and .M» Anderson Chime), a °' ~ '«! M A ® jj' Tft [■" January, Ret. • Mr and ™ - daughter ©I Ardorie, u DE A T BROWN.-At ' (->' j Margaret Lees T*y and Dunfermline. V fro
24 January 1920 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STIRLING BUTLER’S THEFTS.

STIRLING BUTLER’S THEFTS.

HIDDEN £550 PEARL NECKLACE RECOVERED. Before Sheriff Dean Leslie Stirling yesterday John Bryan (33), ex-warrant officer in the navy, was charged with having, whilst employed as a butler in a house in Stirling, stolen a pearl necklace valued at £550 and a diamond-studded watch wo
11 November 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BILLIARDS SCORES.

BILLIARDS SCORES.

Smith (in play) 13.036 Inman, ... ■*.. ... 10,035 Lawrence (receives' 2000), ... 5490 Newman,
11 November 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A successful dance was held Mr W. B. R.ankine's Hut, Woodhaven, Wormit, last night. There was a larsre turnout, over

A successful dance was held Mr W. B. R.ankine's Hut, Woodhaven, Wormit, last night. There was a larsre turnout, over

40 couples being present. Mr Victor Young was tunable M.C. The music was supplied Messrs J. Lillie, G. Alcxandor, and R. Drummond.
14 April 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland