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BUCKIE STEAM DRIFTER'S MISFORTUNE.

BUCKIE STEAM DRIFTER'S MISFORTUNE.

o+eam drifter Ilazael arrived The , having met with a misat Buckie yest , suffered loss to the fortune by, extent of abou ere s o t the stormy While her the anchor weather the result that she chain of a ' ra ets ant spring ropes tolost most err ings in the nets. She gofthirty of
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
extended newyear holidays at FALKIRK.

extended newyear holidays at FALKIRK.

For the New Year holidays, which on account serious trade depression will extend over a much longer period than usual, several of the large ironworks in Falkirk closed down last night, while work at the remainder will cease to-night. The foundries will not reopen until Monday, 9
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICEMAN FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR CAR.

POLICEMAN FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR CAR.

As the result of a police constable being fatally injured by motor car an Italian has been committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter. lie estminster Coroner yesterday held 9 1 . William George Hallett U4), Metropolitan police constable, fatally ID r - a m car in Drury Lane
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A "WET" SPOT IN "DRY" STOIiN O W A Y.

A "WET" SPOT IN "DRY" STOIiN O W A Y.

"WET" SPOT IN "DRY" STOIiN O W A Y. GENERAL MERCHANT FINED FOR KEEPING LIQUOR. Seventy-two quarts of whisky and twentyone quarts of port wine were discovered on the 9th of December in the possession of Alex. Jamieson, general merchant, Stornoway, and the liquor was seized by the
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HER MAJESTY'S. "THE BRUTE BREAKER." FRANK MAYO in an Unique and Exciting Story. Also, "A GAMBLER'S LIFE." A Gripping and

HER MAJESTY'S. "THE BRUTE BREAKER." FRANK MAYO in an Unique and Exciting Story. Also, "A GAMBLER'S LIFE." A Gripping and

Forceful Brama. Special Music and Songs during the evening. NEW YEAR HOLIDAY. Her Majesty's vrill open at 11 a.m. daily. A PICTURE HOUSE. JJ h SHEPHERD LOAN. 'Phone 2852. Continuous. 6 till 10.30. Saturday, 2 till 10.30. GRAND DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. JOSEPHINE EARLE in " BRAND
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr James Wood, chief inspector under the Board Agriculture for Scotland, and Mr James Mather, assistant chief valuer for Scotland

Mr James Wood, chief inspector under the Board Agriculture for Scotland, and Mr James Mather, assistant chief valuer for Scotland

under the Board of Inland Revenue, have been appointed to the vacancies on the Board of Agriculture for Scotland caused by the recent promotion of Sir R. B. Greig to be chairman of the Board and by the transference of Mr John D. Sutherland to the Forestry Commission.
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOW TO MAKE A "GHOST."

HOW TO MAKE A "GHOST."

HOW TO MAKE "GHOST." SCIENTIST AMUSES AUDIENCE OF CHILDREN. Science can be made as interesting as a f audience of several hundred children, to whom he delivered the first the Christmas juvenile lectures in science _ at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London by showing the
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
prepaid rates FOR WANT ADS. IN THE COURIER Situations Vacant Wanted. to Let Wanted. Offices to Let Wanted. Apartments to

prepaid rates FOR WANT ADS. IN THE COURIER Situations Vacant Wanted. to Let Wanted. Offices to Let Wanted. Apartments to

Let Wanted. Articles for Sale Wanted. Articles Lost Found. above nature are Inserted in r fl t cheap Prepaid rate of:— WORDS, Vco'nw,?,? Penny per Word thereafter. Six Ad 8 lnser lon for the price of fire. not prepaid are charged All a aboTe ratesby Advertisements must be accomp
31 December 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUN WORSHIP. BY B. S. PEMBERTON II not to wondered at if almost i every braneh of the early human

SUN WORSHIP. BY B. S. PEMBERTON II not to wondered at if almost i every braneh of the early human

race, in their desire to attach some material form to their recognition of a great and wonderful power outside and above them, chose al»ove all things the Sun their object of veneration and worship. Nor it to wondered at. if this wor ship fell into two very distinct lines cordin
31 December 1921 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England