For being found drunk while in charge of motor car Charles Crighton, licensed taxicab driver, 12 Miller's Wynd, was fined 21s, with the option of fifteen days' im-j prisonment, at Dundee Police Court to-day.
THE ACTOR’S DIGNITY. Mrs gave some hints to young actors at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, where she distributed the summer term prizes. Acting, she said, was a great art which they could not kill or repress, but they must understand that they could not do honour that
In view of the fact that he is the only original member of Carnoustie Y.M.C.A. still connected with it, the Association has conferred on ex-Provost A. Balfour Walker, Ewartlea, the honour of life membership. This distinction marks the jubilee year of the Y.M.C.A. in Carnoustie,
The Prince of Wales has been installed Master of Magdalen Lodge Freemasons for the ensuing- year. The ceremony took place the Cafe Royal, Regent Street, London, and the outgoing Master, Major Maurice Beach croft, installed the I'i'nice. Magdalen is the College where the Prince s
any part of the house. Use Sanitas for personal hygiene well as for the many other uses which this most pleasant of all disinfectants can be put. A tablespoonful in a tumbler of water as a mouthwash, few tablespoonfuls in the bath as a tonic and deodorant, a few drops on the han
The f-orvicc at the Frioekheim War Memorial was beautiful and impressive. is the first occasion that the service has been of a public character, those of tho past years being the gathering of the school children and laying of flowers at tho Memorial in commemoration of the fathe
A prize of £20 is being offered by " Red Letter" for the best short story received each week, and the first of the prize-winning stories appears in this week's number, on sale Tuesday. Mary the Stranger " is the name of this very fresh and human story, and the successful prize-w
08 November 1925 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland