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DUNBLANE SHOOTING TRAGEDY

DUNBLANE SHOOTING TRAGEDY

In a house at Old Doune Road, Dunblane, a 14-year-old boy, James Cook, son of Constable Cook, Dunblane, was killed when a .22 rifle was accidentally discharged. The shot lodged in the boy's side, and he died almost immediately.
28 February 1945 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SAME COAL ALLOWANCE, EXCEPT LONDON

SAME COAL ALLOWANCE, EXCEPT LONDON

Coal restrictions for the incoming period are unchanged, except in London. Ministry of Fuel states that, except under licence, not more than 5 cwt. of house and kitchen coal and coalite and not more than 5 cwt. of coke, anthracite, dry steam coal and manufactured fuels other tha
28 February 1945 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIFE-SAYING AWARD TO STALAG PRISONER

LIFE-SAYING AWARD TO STALAG PRISONER

While a prisoner in Stalag 383, Germany, Cpl. James Crozier (26), Corps of Military Police, has gained the Bronze Medallion (Token) Certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society. He is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Crozier, 27 Ellen Street. Dundee. A Territorial, he was called up
28 February 1945 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
M.O.P. INSPECTORS AT FIFE ROUP

M.O.P. INSPECTORS AT FIFE ROUP

V'r' inspectors, known personally A' • ' attended the roup of Kinnaird rS S O, an d allowed Paterson Bros., v': South Street, St Andrews, to oranges prices above w lllll price, and otherwise than by , s told at Cupar Sheriff Court v.% yMrR. c. Davidson, defending > ' er admitted
28 February 1945 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Cheaper Than 'Temporaries'

Cheaper Than 'Temporaries'

Housing Controls Should Go Mr Charles Boot, president, Federation of Master Builders, stated at federation luncheon in London yesterday the building industry Monday lodged with the Minister of Works, Mr Duncan bandys, plans for permanent houses. They have a permanent exterior an
28 February 1945 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MINERS' LEADERS CALL FOR SATURDAY WORK

MINERS' LEADERS CALL FOR SATURDAY WORK

Mr Will LaWther, Mine Workers Union president, announced after a fourhour meeting of the executive in London yesterday they had decided to recommend members to work not less than two Saturdays a month, beginning on the first Saturday; in September. A similar schome has already b
08 August 1947 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Parliament will adjourn °, the summer recess until Mackerel from large .y'nro ll^'1 ' , leaping out of the water

Parliament will adjourn °, the summer recess until Mackerel from large .y'nro ll^'1 ' , leaping out of the water

,J yesterday. C. E. Stuart. C. - j, ' , director of Dundee l 1 ing the subscribers. Fence and seats were ?' lP cr ' by hand-balancing tyros Dunfermline, yesterday. "f i*' Some of Dundee's n^A'e^ have already had holes tfo rlll ' work at the rear of th® ' Passed through r^ tra'^
08 August 1947 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PLANS FOR BROUGHTY IMPROVEMENTS

PLANS FOR BROUGHTY IMPROVEMENTS

_ Members of Broughtv Ferry Development Committee (Dundee "Corporation) visited Broughty yesterday. Decisions were follow:—They will apply for de-requisitionjing vacant ground Castle Green and lay-out plans will submitted. Representations will made for removal of the searchlight
08 August 1947 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Compton To The Rescue

Compton To The Rescue

DENIS COMPTON came to the rescue of Middlesex with a splendid century— his eleventh of the season —against Kent at Canterbury yesterday after half the side had fallen for 96. Following on 193 behind, Middlesex lost Brown at 25, but Robertson and Edrich helped to add 73. and Midd
08 August 1947 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SALE OF GRAZING CATTLE AND SHEEP AT PERTH

SALE OF GRAZING CATTLE AND SHEEP AT PERTH

Macdonald, Fraser, their great annual Ait c> and wether »nd I '. tl ° j Irish black polled and»o d year-old grazing . cows yesterday, the «ho*', *"1- sheep, cattle, calves. , , d Sheep were half-bred i»L, «> ~« choice, and these, *' ji l»» > a good demand <eV»'^.r-4 not quite so
09 April 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland