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PLAYING ON SAND BANKS.

PLAYING ON SAND BANKS.

Children's Plight Near Barnhill. Four children who were in peril on treacherous sandbanks between Broughty Ferry and Barnhill on Saturday- were rescued in presence of anxious onloo^rs. The children were playing at the edge of the water, which was a considerable distance from the
18 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT LISTENERS-IN WILL HEAR TO-DAY.

WHAT LISTENERS-IN WILL HEAR TO-DAY.

The following programmes will be broadcast to-day:— GLASGOW SSC. 3.3o—Wireless Quartette; Gladys Palmer, contralto. 4.4s—Topics for Women. s.ls—Children's Corner. 6.s—Weather Forecast for Farmers. 7.o—News and Weather; John Strachev from London. 7.so—Prof. R. M. Caven on " Nitro
18 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH TROOPS ON WAY TO EGYPT.

BRITISH TROOPS ON WAY TO EGYPT.

MINISTER HASTENS BACK TO LONDON. Owing to the latest Anglo-Egyptian developments, the Egyptian Minister in London. who had intended to spend holiday in Switzerland, is hurrying back to this country. The Ist Battalion of the Dorset Regiment is on its way Egypt, having embarked Ma
18 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COWDENBEATH DOG HANDICAP.

COWDENBEATH DOG HANDICAP.

The heat winner? were:—F<ycey (Clark, Lochgelly), 30 yards, 9*4 sees; Crawler (Henderson, Lochgelly), 25 yards, B'/4 sees; Never Mind (M'Kinlay, Denbeath), 27 yards, 9 3-16 sees.; Tony (Moore, Cirdenden), yards, 9 3-16 gees.; Eddie Dixon (Adam, Thornton), 29 yards, 9 1 /* seos.;
18 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
At a meeting of the Commrttee of Management of the Aberdeen Fat Stock Club —Mr Russell of the Burn, Edzell,

At a meeting of the Commrttee of Management of the Aberdeen Fat Stock Club —Mr Russell of the Burn, Edzell,

presiding—the date of the show was fixed for Thursday, Imov. 27. Judges were nominated-
18 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS PROPOSED

EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS PROPOSED

IN BLAIRGOWRIE Sffc\VAGE DISPOSAL WORKS. A special meeting of Blairgowrie Town Council was held yesterday to consider report by Mr Gilbert Thomson, C.E., Glasgow,-on the sewage disposal works. The report states that the present methods are not satisfactory, and the engineer sugg
16 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
“PETER PAN” OF THE SCREEN

“PETER PAN” OF THE SCREEN

SIR JAMES BARRIE MAKES HIS CHOICE Little-Known Actress to Fill Coveted Role Sir James Barrie has chosen Betty Bronson, an " unknown " 17-year-old film actress of New Jersey, to play the title role of the Lasky film version of Peter Pan. Sir James made the choice from photographs
16 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THOUSAND WORKERS ON STRIKE.

THOUSAND WORKERS ON STRIKE.

THOUSAND WORKERS STRIKE. SEQUEL TO IRISH RAILWAY DISPUTE. Over a thousand workers on the Great Southern and Western Railways' Dublin and Inchicore Works are on strike. The cause of the trouble is a dispute between the two Unions, one of which is affiliated to the Irish Railway En
16 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO BREAK AWAY FROM PERTH LEAGUE.

TO BREAK AWAY FROM PERTH LEAGUE.

HALF-HOLIDAY CLUB'S DECISION. a meeting of the Perthshire Half-Holiday Football Club held last night it was decided to break away from the Perthshir© Half-Holiday Football Association owing to the somewhat harsh • treatment meted out to the club at tho end of last season. It wil
16 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland