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FIGHT WITH 100 ITALIAN SMUGGLERS

FIGHT WITH 100 ITALIAN SMUGGLERS

Geneva. Smuggling the mountains generally increases in winter as the Jong nights and stormy weather allow for the organisation of big expeditions. The other night the snow-covered mountains of Intelvi, on the Lake of Lugano, Italian smugglers coming from Switzerland were overtak
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A YEAR AGO TO-DAY

A YEAR AGO TO-DAY

Events January 8, 1933: The bodies of Alistair Mackenzie, the Grantown scoutmaster, and his young friend, Duncan Ferrier, of Forres, were found lying near each other in the snow of Corrie Chas, on Cairngorm. Vladimir de Pachmann, the great pianist, died Rome after »udden illness
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WOMAN NOVELIST'S FATE.

WOMAN NOVELIST'S FATE.

Found Dead on Railway Line. Miss Dorothy Edwards, the young Welsh novelist, was found dead the railway line just below Caerphilly Station. She left home apparently in the best of health and spirits. How she came be on the railway not known, but it is believed that she had travel
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MAIL VAN BURNED BY GUNMEN

MAIL VAN BURNED BY GUNMEN

Madrid. broad daylight, in the streets of Malaga, half a dozen gunmen held up postal van carrying the mails from the railway station the Post Office and burned it. The driver begged mercy for his mules. He was allowed to unharness them, while the gunmen poured petrol the van and
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
More than 1000 chicks died in a fire Theal«, Somerset.

More than 1000 chicks died in a fire Theal«, Somerset.

8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Begins On Page 9 Our Great New Serial

Begins On Page 9 Our Great New Serial

8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Entertainments kinnaird HOUSE* E OPEN TO-DAY (MON.) 1.30 HOUSE * (MON.) 2 p.m. Another BIG MUSICAL HIT Loaded with Mirth

Entertainments kinnaird HOUSE* E OPEN TO-DAY (MON.) 1.30 HOUSE * (MON.) 2 p.m. Another BIG MUSICAL HIT Loaded with Mirth

and Melody STANLEY K. J0SE COLLINS LUPINO .•* . FACING THE MUSIC Also Chester Morris in " TO-MORROW AT SEVEN." Mystery & Laughs. And Believe it or Not! " The Loch Ness Monster." Topical Sensation. PLAZA HILLTOWN. PALACE NETHERCATE. TO-DAY: CONTINUOUS FROM 6-30; MATINEE AT 2.30.
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Public Notices LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. DINGLE M 7 FOOT, M.P., will speak the " UNEMPLOYMENT BILL,'* ST PATRICK'S HALL, Arthurstone Terrace,

Public Notices LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. DINGLE M 7 FOOT, M.P., will speak the " UNEMPLOYMENT BILL,'* ST PATRICK'S HALL, Arthurstone Terrace,

FRIDAY, 12th January, at 7.45 p.m. YOUR FIRE WILL BURN THE BRIGHTER and yonr work will certainly lighter buy Smith Hood coal. Clean and lone-lasting. It s cheaper to buy the best. Order to-aay. IDEAL KITCHEN NUTS, 30/- ton. HOUSEHOLD SPLINT 35/- ton. PREMIER COAL 41/- ton. Deliv
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Tobacconists ' IXJBAOCONTST goods of every description at Peter M'Lean. Ltd., 57 Commercial Street. Businesses for Sale or Wanted i/V

Tobacconists ' IXJBAOCONTST goods of every description at Peter M'Lean. Ltd., 57 Commercial Street. Businesses for Sale or Wanted i/V

milk round. State particulars, price, etc., to No. 4440 Courier. 8808 Perth Shopping Guide ADVERTISEMENTS for this column should sent to 18 Hospital Street, Perth, or may be phoned to No. 75 Perth. dresses for boys crepe paper to 10 vears, each, postage 3d. Soloier. Red Indian,
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Situations Vacant Applications in reply to advertisements to a box number must be sent writing. Every cars should be taken

Situations Vacant Applications in reply to advertisements to a box number must be sent writing. Every cars should be taken

to see that the correct number appears ORIGINAL TESTIMONIALS SHOULD NOT BE ENCLOSED, BUT COPIES ONLY. A CCOUNTANT.—Young qualified C.A., Dundee f*- connection; good opportu-nity man with knowledge income tax practice and general accountancy; salary around £200 per annum No. 1146
8 January 1934 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland