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ALONE IN A LIGHTHOUSE.

ALONE IN A LIGHTHOUSE.

efforts to send RELIEF FAIL Sick Man's Ordeal. [ four days a young man named Evaus to tend alone the St Ives Light- Ij' 1 off the Cornish Coast. efforts to render aid have so far proved owing to the heavy sea#. J of the men, Williams, the second had been taken off the lighthouse
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SICK OF WHITE COLLARS AND TAXICABS.

SICK OF WHITE COLLARS AND TAXICABS.

Artist Says He Is Tired of Civilisation. L\j _ New York, Tuesday. .George Hart, the New York artist and of the Brooklyn Society of 5 er ®> intends settling in Mexico, because, 'J's, is tired of civilisation and bestrangle any artist worth says he is sick of white collars, tea- h
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BILL SIKES IN REAL LIFE.

BILL SIKES IN REAL LIFE.

Appropriately Named Kilsyth Burglar. at Stirling Kilsyth miner's bearing the namo of a character known readers of Dickens' " Olivet " —William Sykes—was sentenced to days' imprisonment, without the charge was accordance with the accused —burglary f®*, in pleading guilty, stated
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CARS STUCK UP AT LETHAM.

CARS STUCK UP AT LETHAM.

With tho thaw great deal of the thick covering of snow nas disappeared from Letham district. No fewer than three cars were stuck fast on the road to Auldbar just outside Letham, while a few had been left the garage of Mr David Brown at the Square, unable to proceed further owing
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GALE AND RAIN IN THE NIGHT.

GALE AND RAIN IN THE NIGHT.

DUNDEE STREET-CLEANING COMPLAINT. Sea Steadily Rising Off Forfarshire Coast Dundee was swept during the night and morning a strong south-west wind that at times reached almost gale force. The storm had been expected from the forecasts. Throughout the morning the gusts times were
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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GALES AND FLOODS IN ENGLAND.

GALES AND FLOODS IN ENGLAND.

Gales and floods have followed in the wake of the thaw in various parts of the country. In the Welsh Valley the Vyrnwy, Severn, Wye, and Dee have overflown their banks at many places, and the adjoining land for miles is under water. A terrific gale swept over North Wales to-day.
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FLOODING IN FRANCE.

FLOODING IN FRANCE.

Paris, Tuesday. Much damage bas been caused by inundations in Franco. In Paris the Seine bas risen, but there la no danger at present. . At Lyons the water ot t lie Rhone has flooded the country. The Loire is in full flood, and in Touraine all the low-lying country covercd. At N
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT OUR READERS THINK.

WHAT OUR READERS THINK.

WORDS OF SONG WANTED. To the Editor of the Te-legraph and Post. Sir,—The other day I heard an old favourite sung on the street, " Pulling Hard against the Stream." The chorus runs: your best lor one another. Making life happy dream; worn and weary brother Pulling hard against th
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A New Year Bride. New Year brides will inchide Lady Marjorie Murray, the tall, graceful daughter of Lord and Lady

A New Year Bride. New Year brides will inchide Lady Marjorie Murray, the tall, graceful daughter of Lord and Lady

Dunmore, who is marrying Mr Duncan Stirling of Fairburn. Their romance can be traced back to the Caledonian Ball, where Lady Marj6rie always bears the palm for graceful dancing. Her fiance and his elder brother are always among the selected dancers for the set reels, and the now
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ROMANTIC ISLE OF IONA.

ROMANTIC ISLE OF IONA.

ROYAL BURYINGPLACE. Where Duchess of Argyll Will Rest. I Special to the Telegraph and Post. The burial to-morrow of Ina, Duchess of Argyll in lona Cathedral is appropriate, for St Mary's Church {as the ancient Cathedral is commonly called) was restored , her husband, the Bth Duk
29 December 1925 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland