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Billy Doesn't Like Singing, Wins Medal

Billy Doesn't Like Singing, Wins Medal

Twelve-year-old William (Billy) Barnett, elder son of Mr and Mrs William Barnett, 14 Auchrannie Terrace, Dundee, is not fond of singing, and his parents have never neard him sing a song. But he entered for the Leng Medal competition at Morgan Academy, and won first place in an e
17 February 1951 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Thatched and AGRICULTURE. HAY & CO., Ltd. THE PERTH LIVE STOCK MART. Tilt; PERTH STORE STOCK SALE. November 24, at'

Thatched and AGRICULTURE. HAY & CO., Ltd. THE PERTH LIVE STOCK MART. Tilt; PERTH STORE STOCK SALE. November 24, at'

12 Noon. 300 CATTLE, comprising several lots HOMEGRAZED CATTLE from tanners the district, and grand selection of IRISH CONDITIONED BULLOCKS, SIX QUARTER OLDS and STIRKS. 1500 CROSS, DOWN and BLACKFACE EWE and WETHER LAMBS. BLACKFACE and CHEVIOT BREEDING and FEEDING EWES. WETHER
21 November 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VICAR LOOKS FOR DOLLARS

VICAR LOOKS FOR DOLLARS

A London vicar .landed in New York by air yesterday in an effort to raise 33,600 dollars (£12,000) for the restoration of his war-bombed church. Rev. John Nickels, of St Mary-the-Bolton, Kensington, who was accompanied by Mr Michael Figgis, Kilburn, London, schoolmaster, said he
30 August 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dean Bars Roundabouts

Dean Bars Roundabouts

Sunday Opening. Very Rev. A. Don, Dean of Westminster and chairman of the interdenominational advisory committee for the Festival of Britain, said last night: " am informed there is a possibility that the whole Bill for the Sunday opening of the exhibition may be thrown out by t
21 November 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
We Invite Enquiries Advance Xm,as Buying d" 1 'x available. Hear, then -'oe your family present. -M.V. DE LUXE CONSOLE.

We Invite Enquiries Advance Xm,as Buying d" 1 'x available. Hear, then -'oe your family present. -M.V. DE LUXE CONSOLE.

Whitehall Street, O DUNDEE.
21 November 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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WOMAN'S GUILD SALE REALISES £504

WOMAN'S GUILD SALE REALISES £504

St Enoch's Church, Dundee, Woman's Guild sale of work in Old St Paul's and St David's halls on Saturday afternoon realised £504. The sale was opened by Mr James S. Nicoll, who was presented with a gift by Miss Margaret Stewart. Rev. R. M. Boyd Scott presided. Mrs H. Morton, pres
04 December 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DIMBLEBY'S CAR HIT BY BULLET

DIMBLEBY'S CAR HIT BY BULLET

Richard Dimbleby, 8.8.C. commentator, believes .22 bullet struck his car windscreen while he was travelling to London on Saturday to take part in the "In Town To-night " programme. The incident occurred on the Portsmouth Road, near Esher (Surrey). Neither Dimbleby nor his wife w
04 December 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BLAZING TRAIN PANIC IN TUNNEL

BLAZING TRAIN PANIC IN TUNNEL

Four people were burned to death and 17 injured when a blazing train came to a halt in a tunnel two and a half miles long in North Spain yesterday. Hundreds got out just in time the wooden coaches burned fiercely, filling the tunnel with smoke which hindered rescue work. The fir
04 December 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POTATO MARKETS.

POTATO MARKETS.

ARBROATH.—Good demand for all varieties seed; ware trade still slow.
04 December 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NINE PLAYERS SUSPENDED

NINE PLAYERS SUSPENDED

By FIFER. FIFE JUNIOR LEAGUE. Steelend Vies 4, Valleyfield' Colliery 1; Blairhall Colliery 5, Kelty Rangers 4; Rosyth Recreation 4, Comrie Colliery 1; Crossgates Primrose 4, Kinglassie Colliery 7; Glencraig Collierv 3, Nairn TR stle 1; Lochgelly Albert 5, Rosslyn 0; Dundonald x,
04 December 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland