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FREEMASONS HISTOR??? DEAD

FREEMASONS HISTOR??? DEAD

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18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIVERPOOL DETAILS

LIVERPOOL DETAILS

lon^-?^iCKPOCKET , m « ACE 12 miles 1 lur ' (G. H»rdy); A NSOLENA U ( >«£ Mul I tl ciJet L de M MoynjS( M r P. Ca*a- Vallozh T Vlnr^'r,^r rg t n i. At^nus « Winner owned \i' iff.»i P rum mer. Cullinan. J. M Ball Vitini M'Alpine and trained wttvrttrfta.'a 0 . 0 K. 6 s®- 26s d ilv
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CUPAR CURLERS WIN AT EDINBURGH.

CUPAR CURLERS WIN AT EDINBURGH.

In the fifth round of the Directors' trophy competition at Edinburgh yesterday, James Watt, Cupar (skip), R. Finlav G W G. Philip, and A W CampbeU Doogato Park, Worth Berwick, by 28 shots to Watt'e rink will meet that skipped Mr M'Combie, Lanark, in the sixth round next Thursday
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr David Graham Henry of 1 Hawthornl _v. ni.nWold Road, Pertn, lecturer in horticulture who died on October 23 last,

Mr David Graham Henry of 1 Hawthornl _v. ni.nWold Road, Pertn, lecturer in horticulture who died on October 23 last,

left personal estate in Great Britain valued Parish Church Woman's Guild, Perth, held an open meeting, at lecture was given by Mr W. R. Green on " Scottish Folk-Song." Rev. J. S. Macnaughton presided. musical contributions consisted mostly of old tunes, and wore beautifully port
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CUPAR CHOIR WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE.

CUPAR CHOIR WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE.

The annual supper, whist drive, and dance of the choir of St John's Church, Cupar, was held in the Masonic Hall last night. Rov. Wm. Souter presided. Fourteen tables engaged in whist, and the prizezs were presented by Miss G. M. Gorrie to the following .-—Ladies—l Miss C. H. Pra
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE BAKERS WIN PREMIER AWARD

DUNDEE BAKERS WIN PREMIER AWARD

KEILLER'S SUCCESS WITH CAKE. At the London Baking Trade Exhibition on 16th March James Keiller & Son, Ltd., Dundee, were awarded the silver cup (premier award) for Dundee cake. This is the second year in succession the premier award has been secured for Dundee cake in open compe
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFTIETH CAR COMES TO SCOTLAND

FIFTIETH CAR COMES TO SCOTLAND

The 50th of the Austin saloons which are being given away daily for best 20-word message on the merits of the Kensitas cigarette was awarded yesterday to Mr John Anderson, mill manager, 5 North Lodge Avenue, Motherwell. " With the arrival of another son a few months ago," said M
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRAIL MASON SUED FOR REPAYMENT OF LOAN

CRAIL MASON SUED FOR REPAYMENT OF LOAN

SHERIFF GRANTS DECREE AT CUPAR. Decree was granted in Cupar Sheriff Court yesterday against Henry B. 8011, mason, Crail. who was sued by Joha Simpson, Golf Hotel, Crail, for £21 5s 9d. Pursuer alleged that, on 15th November 1930, he lent defender £20. the interest on which, 29th
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WESTWARD PASSAGE

WESTWARD PASSAGE

A SECRET MIDNIGHT M EETING. Stealing Out Olivia was opening her bird's eye maple wardrobe. She was getting out her new mink coat. She was slipping on over the informal silk tea gown that she had worn to dinner. She was opening her bedroom door. She paused then with that curious
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
What Happened Yesterday

What Happened Yesterday

FTER OLIVIA has faced Her family's indignation at her conduct with NICK on the Atlanta, she receives a telegram from Nick saying he will be waiting at midnight in the park nearby, where they had always met before their elopement 20 years before. Olivia goes up to her room, knowi
18 March 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland