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REBEL ' PLANE SHOT DOWN BY SUBMARINE

REBEL ' PLANE SHOT DOWN BY SUBMARINE

Five German Airmen Reported Killed "Barcelona , January 0 . —An official Air Ministry communique , issued here , states that five German airmen perished when an insurgent ' plane was brought down by the Government submarine C 2 during the air raid on Bilbao . It is also reported
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The National Savings Committee announce that 361 . 286 National Savings Certificates were purchased during the week ended December 26

The National Savings Committee announce that 361 . 286 National Savings Certificates were purchased during the week ended December 26

( four davs only ) , making a grand total purchased " of 1 , 279 , 944 , 798 .
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ITALIAN " VOLUNTEERS " Official Denial from Rebel G . H . Q in Spain

ITALIAN " VOLUNTEERS " Official Denial from Rebel G . H . Q in Spain

Salamanca , January 6 . —The insurgent General Headquarters here officially denies the reported landing of Italian volunteers at Cadiz . —Reuter .
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PROFITS FROM COAL Nearly £ 1 , 000 , 000 in Summei Quarter

PROFITS FROM COAL Nearly £ 1 , 000 , 000 in Summei Quarter

The coal mining industry in Great Britain during the quarter ended September 30 last had a credit balance of £ 994 . 629 . or 4 . 88 d per ton of the coal disposable commercially , according to a statistical summary issued yesterday by the Mines Department . Saleable coal raised
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE EDINBURGH S . R . C . Celebrations of Foundation

THE EDINBURGH S . R . C . Celebrations of Foundation

Student representatives of all Universities throughout Great Britain and Ireland have been invited to attend the celebrations at the University of Edinburgh , at the end of next month , in memory ot Robert Fitzroy Bell , who , in 1884 , founded the Students' Representative Counc
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SURGEON SUFFERING FROM BLOOD POISONING Formerly Demonstrator at Edinburgh University

SURGEON SUFFERING FROM BLOOD POISONING Formerly Demonstrator at Edinburgh University

Dr Hodgson Hewitson , senior surgical officer at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital , Exeter , is lying seriously ill in his own hospital suffering from blood poisoning contracted , it is believed , through pricking his thumb while performing an appendix operation . Former seni
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RESPIRATORY DISEASES

RESPIRATORY DISEASES

American Chemist s Treatment
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Drummond landed with David Balfour of Shaws . In the next century Forbes of Culloden was still to study Roman

Drummond landed with David Balfour of Shaws . In the next century Forbes of Culloden was still to study Roman

Law at Leyden , eat Dutch herringdrop into the Scots coffeehouse , and attend the Scots church . But the meaning of Holland to Scotland was best understood en that quayside at the end of an epoch of religious persecution . Mackay was there , and Gilbert Burnet ; both were marrie
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Valuation Appeal Court y ; . : v STORNOWAt HOLDlfe S p . Assessor ' s Successful Appeal ' . . ;

Valuation Appeal Court y ; . : v STORNOWAt HOLDlfe S p . Assessor ' s Successful Appeal ' . . ;

The Lands Valuation Appeal Court—Lords Fleming , Pitman , and Bobertson on the Bench —heard an appeal yesterday by the Assessor for Ross and Cromarty against the decision of the Valuation Committee of the parish of Stornoway with reference to the 'holdihgs of 35 crofters at Sand
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IUVSIC AND MUSICIANS BOOKS OF THE YEAR

IUVSIC AND MUSICIANS BOOKS OF THE YEAR

] j as a nation , we are failing tc ¦ p -j-prne every year , more musicallytr ' ntied , it cannot be for lack of books 'dealing with one aspect or another of l v ^ c . Each publishing season seems • a bring with it an increase in this detriment of book-production . It would ' .
7 January 1937 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland