Bank musician's triumph. No false notes. ♦# * Medical diagnoses to music. Organ recitals. * Increase in vanilla imports. For the mostnavoured-nation ? The association of witchcraft and modern crime creates new and difficult problem. In other words—which is witch? ** There is con
FOUR YEARS' PENAL SENTENCE Police Witness and " Terrorism " The sitting of the High Court was resumed at Glasgow today. In the North Court, a rioting and mobbing and assault charge was heard before Lord Moncrieff. The accused was John Traquair and the charge waa sequel to an all
With the advent the cycling season, word warning on the care of machines is not out of place, particularly on the question of lubrication. A leading cycle manufacturing firm state that their agents report an increasing use of unsuitable oils for lubricating the wearing parts of
Activities at Dundee Harbour had reached a low ebb this morning. There was only one arrival, the London. Two other steamers, the Rosyth and the Crichtoun, had entered the- docks yesterday. The month of April has been a quiet one, largely due to the falling off in the jute line.
DENS "DEAD"-BUT LOTS OF "LIFE" AT TANNADICE To-Night's Forfarshire Final TF any argument were needed as to whether the automatic system of relegation and promotion was required, it was surely supplied in the situation at Dens and Tannadice Parks on Saturday. tt ****... Here we h
Monthly medal competition results Anderson. 82 (14), 68; D. Shepherd, 77 (s)' 72; P. Manzie, 87 (13), 74; R. Dobia ?j* ' Murdoch, 88 (14), 74; D Kirk-75; T Brodie, 96 ( 20), 76; J. t ,B ii ?6: a H - Graham, 87 (o), 79; J. Hannay, 90 (9), 81; A. Buchanan, 107 (20), 87.
A whist drive under the auspices the local troop of Boy Scouts was held in the Lower Town Hah, Falkland. Mr D Bain was cardmaster. The prize-winners were :-Ladies-l Miss A. Wallace; 2 Mrs Scambler; consolation prize, Mrs A. Burgess. Gentlemen—l Mrs Ul i^ an , <P la y» n as gentl
Cricket Promise of Young Downfield Batsmen: Under-Strength Brechin Upended by " Bill" Andrews /CRICKET can now be said to have got thoroughly into its stride. To Forthiil XT. and Meigle go the first victories in our competitive zone achieved in their Strathmore Union encounters
Turf Jottings BOYD-ROCHFORT SUPPLIES A LONG SHOT Scarlet Tiger for the Jubilee By Domino 11 Apart from the races for the Guineas at Newmarket, the next attractive events are the Victoria Cup, Chester Cup and Jubilee. I have been interested in the maintenance of good form by Pric