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NEW ARBROATH TOWN COUNCILLOR.

NEW ARBROATH TOWN COUNCILLOR.

Arbroath Town Council yesterday held a special meeting to fill up the vacancy at Council caused the death of Mr Geo. E. Smith, a representative of Abbev and Guthrie Port Ward. A letter was read from the Ward Committee recommending the appointment of Mr John Souttar, engine-drive
20 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WATCHING EX-SERVICE MEN'S INTERESTS.

WATCHING EX-SERVICE MEN'S INTERESTS.

NEW COMMITTEE OF DUNDEE BRANCH OF BRITISH LEGION. Several matters affecting- ex-service tnen were under consideration at meeting of the members of the Dundee Branch of the British Legion in the Club, at 71 Nethergate. Dundee, last night—Mr J. L. Gumming presiding. There was cons
02 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VARIETY CONCERT AT ELIE.

VARIETY CONCERT AT ELIE.

A variety concert party gave a successful entertainment in the Parish Church Hall, Elie, in aid of the Andrew Homes, Kalimpong. Major-General Sir George Scott Moncrieff acted chairman, and spoke of the splendid work done the Darjeehng Missions. Lantern slides were shown, and the
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MET BY CHANCE AT A BALL.

MET BY CHANCE AT A BALL.

Egyptian Prince Chooses An English Bride. A London register office will within the next few days be the scene of a romantic marriage, when Prince Mohammed Dinaleddin Mahmoud, brother of the ex- Khedive of Egypt, and nephew of the present Egyptian ruler, will be wed to Mrs Arthur
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BITS FROM A HOMELY PHILOSOPHER.

BITS FROM A HOMELY PHILOSOPHER.

Drawn up by the kerb was a hand organ on which the organ-grinder was playing, smoothly and lovely, melodious, familiar old-time song. A middleaged man with grey moustache had halted on the pavement near-by, frankly to listen. I gave the copper myself. The original storage batter
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOSES LIFE WHILE STONING A FROG.

LOSES LIFE WHILE STONING A FROG.

THRILLING ATTEMPTED RESCUE OF A BOY. thrilling attempt by 0 seventeen-yearold carman to rascue a boy of nine from drowning in the Thames was described at a Lambeth inquest on the child, Wilfred Edland, of Queen's Buildings, Southwark. Herbert Francis, aged seventeen, of Vauxhall
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CONVICTS' £3000 FRAUD WHILE IN GAOL.

CONVICTS' £3000 FRAUD WHILE IN GAOL.

FORGE WARDEN'S NAME ON OFFICIAL CHEQUES. Three convicts in the State Prison of Sing Sing, who for some time had enjoyed " trusties " the privileges of semi-freedom which are the reward of extra good conduct, are now closely guarded in solitary confinement. But, far from worrying
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FLOWERS FOR DUNDEE SICK.

FLOWERS FOR DUNDEE SICK.

The lady workers of the Dundee Flower Mission to the Sick Poor received yesterday afternoon an abundant supply flowers from all quarters, the bouquets for distribution totalling 129. On Monday last they were recipients of large collection of flowers from the Newbigging Church se
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sales by Auction. Jis. A. Mac Lean's Sales—Continued. EXCELLENT. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS (Belonging to Mr C. M. WILLOCKS. who

Sales by Auction. Jis. A. Mac Lean's Sales—Continued. EXCELLENT. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS (Belonging to Mr C. M. WILLOCKS. who

is Going Abroad) Full Particulars Next Week. View Morning Sale JAS A. MACLEAN So.\3. F A.1.. Auctioneer*. SPECIAL CATALOGUED SALE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 6th and OCTOBER. 1921, 12 Jsoon Lach Lav. On View Wednesday. sth October From 9 a.m. til] 8 p.m. Within the GREAT AUCTION ROO
24 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BROUGHTY BOATING CLUB RACES.

BROUGHTY BOATING CLUB RACES.

The Broughty Ferry Club promoted some interesting races Saturday, which good rowing was shown. The senior singles sculls championship (Stewart trophy) was won by P. Murray. In the senior double sculls, Messrs E. Ferguson and N. D. Robertson were the winners. I. Beat won the juni
19 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland