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83-YEAR-OLD MAN GAGGED AND BOUND

83-YEAR-OLD MAN GAGGED AND BOUND

Rough Treatment from Shop Thieves An 83-year-old tobacconist, Mr David Campbell Marshall, of Regent's Park Road, London, N.W., >vas bound and gagged and robbed by thieves who entered his shop and left him trussed up behind his own counter. They escaped with £4 from the till. The
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INTRUDER IN BEDROOM

INTRUDER IN BEDROOM

Burglary to be Punished with Severity " It duty to punish with severity all cases of burglary," said Mr J. L. Hind ,Pratt, Recorder of Bournemouth, at Bournemouth Quarter Sessions to-day. He was dealing with the case of David Henry Campbell (23), brioklayer, who was found a bedr
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Cars Are Getting Like Planes

Cars Are Getting Like Planes

Queer Ideas from New York Motor Show New York. The National Automobile Show, which has just opened here, contains 250 entries representing the latest ideas of 27 leading motor car manufacturers. There are more bizarre models on exhibition than at any previous show. Manufacturers
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RICHARDSON CHANGED TO RUNCIMAN

RICHARDSON CHANGED TO RUNCIMAN

The Reason In accordance with the wishes of her uncle, Lord Runciman, Miss Mary Richardson, his adopted niece, has changed her name by deed poll to Miss Mary Runciman. Miss Runciman is the daughter of the late Mr Henry Ellidge Richardson, a Newcastle solicitor, who died about 17
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
M. Titules??? the Roumanian Foreign Minuter, ]ust returned from Moritz, was received Kinp Carol at the Roval Palace at Sinai.

M. Titules??? the Roumanian Foreign Minuter, ]ust returned from Moritz, was received Kinp Carol at the Roval Palace at Sinai.

In accordance with his last wish, tho ashes of Newton Robinson, Denby arm. Aiierton Bradford, following cremation wero scattered on Saturday over - ij- had cultivated for 30 rears., Skiddincr a demonstration car killed Mr A J. Millard of Pennard Gower, near i Swansea. Fallinp fr
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr Thomas P. .Tones, a farmer, of Bodorgan. Anglesey, won the bardic chair Merionethshire Chair Eisteddfod at Dulgelly with poem

Mr Thomas P. .Tones, a farmer, of Bodorgan. Anglesey, won the bardic chair Merionethshire Chair Eisteddfod at Dulgelly with poem

compiled while was ill
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUYER OF PERTH CHAMPIONS

BUYER OF PERTH CHAMPIONS

Noted Cattle Breeder's Death Scottish breeders of Shorthorn cattle will learn with regret the death of Mr J. M. Strickland, which occurred at Killerby, Catterick, Yorkshire. Mr Strickland was one of the best-known breeders of Shorthorn cattle in Great Britain, and he favoured th
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WALKER CUP MATCH AT ST ANDREWS

WALKER CUP MATCH AT ST ANDREWS

U.S. Coif Team New York. The United States Golf Association has named the following nine players to repieaent America in the Walker Cup with Great Britain at St Andrews on -ft-ay 11 and 12 : Francis Ouimet (captain), G. T. Dunlap, jyn., Johnny Fischer, H. Chandler Egan, Johnny G
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST LONDON STOCKS

LATEST LONDON STOCKS

London, Latest. The Stock Markets continue to display firmness, but here and there values are below the best points. British Funds record several fractional gains, and Home Rails, remain good under the lead of Midland Scottish, which show a gain of 26f. Argentine Rails record a
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOLD DROPS 3d

GOLD DROPS 3d

The price of gold was fixed 3d lower to-day at 126s 8d per fine ounce.
08 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland