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LOCHHEAD PIT ACCIDENT

LOCHHEAD PIT ACCIDENT

Through a fall of coal in the Wcmvss Coal Company's Lochhead Pit yesterday Andrew Turley, Jordan Terrace. I>even, received injuries his head and leg. He was conveyed home in the Company's ambulance.
06 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIRE IN EARLSFERRY COTTAGE.

FIRE IN EARLSFERRY COTTAGE.

Man P° we The resident* ing experience , jin js fI fire broke v 0 occupied WJ jock About u fining jjO 1 * in from raised, and ab° t e th© village fti . fl g t® S tho flames. •j 0 ,w removed et»* e J. Fire b r®J H. Scott, u and s - ,so 1 ca ffii the bl«o..ffltlwJV *\ their work o
06 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IMPROVED ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

IMPROVED ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

MONDAY.—After the warm week-end angling conditions have taken a decided turn for the better. Few boats were out, but with a warmth in the air and the surface water a gentle ripple and a moderately dull sky, the anglers who were out had no reason complain of their results. Messrs
06 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ABERFELDY QUOITING.

ABERFELDY QUOITING.

At the annual tor? Qaoiting Club a t iio« iß r was read, and the ,{ r .j, appointed for the A. Menzies, Dull: tary and trewurer, Qr' —====^==^rrrTsG
06 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRECHIf'AprU.^" rpO-DAY °' A »»n USUAL FAT STOCK. ioclo< 5iB c ot.si8 ofa 150 r.a®w-' MILCH COWS. 4 Ei)zfefe --n

BRECHIf'AprU.^" rpO-DAY °' A »»n USUAL FAT STOCK. ioclo< 5iB c ot.si8 ofa 150 r.a®w-' MILCH COWS. 4 Ei)zfefe --n

R »TORE A cATrfe »>fe <00 Two-Ye»r-Old' Se it>« <j* of T.vo-Ye»r-0 |ds riO« ,r alM> Ter3r of the ' !^, r>. tt SSf an" Smb. IttUKSJUA*. fi ; t'lU* SPECIAL 8,1 BULLOCKS. COWS, and South Markets. -— c &c. ®t t» t'kS IRISH STORE CATTLE- W t» Further Entries FIELD, and BR r,r,u TUESD
06 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOGSIDE MEETING.

BOGSIDE MEETING.

GARNOCK HURDLE (Two Mil**)—l Treble Applause (5-4); 3 Triple* (4-1); (6-1). Fire ran. CWNINGHAM T.Y.O. SELLING PLATE (Fir. Dainty (4-1); 2 Spu'.e (7-2); Scotch Fair (9-2). Six ran. SCOTCH GRAND NATIONAL HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE (Three Miles and a Hal! and 305 Yards)—l Estuna (100-6
19 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GRUGNON BEATS H. W. AUSTIN.

GRUGNON BEATS H. W. AUSTIN.

H. W. Austin, a British lawn tennis "hope," was boa ten the final the Hard Courts Championships (men« siugies) at Torquay Saturday J. Brugnon, the Frenchman, 5-7, 6-4. 3-6, 5-7, 3-6. In the ladies' singles Joan Fry beat Mrs WaUon 6-1. 7-9, 6-1. RATTRAY CLUB'S were opened for the
19 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROAD SMASH NEAR NEWBURGH

ROAD SMASH NEAR NEWBURGH

THORNTON MAN'S TEETH KNOCKED OUT Dundee Motorist Also Injured A collision between a Dundee motor car and a Thornton motor cycle combination occurred last night at a dangerous road junction on the outskirts of Newburgh. The scene of the mishap was the corner connecting the Newbur
19 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOLEN NOTES RECOVERED

STOLEN NOTES RECOVERED

SEQUEL TO MAIL BAC ROBBERY Bank's £2000 Loss Part of Loot Burned Before Police Arrive Tho Halifax police have recovered £800 of tho £2000 in Treasury notes stolen in mail bag robbery on train travelling from Bradford on February 2. The money was sent from Bradford Branch of the
19 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KEEN RUGBY "SEVENS" AT ST ANDREWS

KEEN RUGBY "SEVENS" AT ST ANDREWS

Dundee High School eairl Midland Tourney Proving themselves ® a t^ 00 l "short" game, Dundee High "A " team were worthy wU1 " ; ,. Midlands Rugby Union scven-a-- - r ment, which was played on j Andrews, on Saturday. ftn< «' Seventeen teams were enterea, . y v, favourable conditi
19 April 1926 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland