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"Eminently Worthy Of A Grant"

"Eminently Worthy Of A Grant"

It will be weloome news to Irvineites that Irvine Town Council will have the support of the County Council when they suggest that a joint deputation meet the Ministry of Transport to discuss again the proposed traffic bridge over the River Irvine at Merryvale. NO GRANT REOOMM EN
30 April 1938 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
KILMARNOCK HERALD Conflicting Evidence In Motor Case

KILMARNOCK HERALD Conflicting Evidence In Motor Case

Wm. McCreadie, 4 Redan Bldgs., f;tevenston, appeared before Sheriff Scutt on a charge of driving carelessly or recklessly. Answering Mr A. L. Nixon, depute procurator-fiscal, the first witness, Archibald C. Caldwell (22), joiner, Parkend, Kilwinning, said that, about 4 p.m. on S
30 April 1938 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
A GOOD YARN.

A GOOD YARN.

I don't think cookie was pulling my leg. for the photograph showed smoke pouring from the after holds. and he told me this happened about (Continued at Foot of Next Column' Irvine Council's Committee Vacancy In seconding Laanou motion that Councillor Goddard appointed ct..,-;!ne
30 April 1938 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
Free Garage far Patrons with Cars

Free Garage far Patrons with Cars

Matinee Every Saturday at 2.36. c._ _u — from UM COUNT It SS from S.III SALTCOATS Picture for to-sight . . THE FIREFLY Week Commencing 2nd May. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. George Murphy & Josephine Hutchison in Hinkle Stuart in WOMEN MEN MARRY L
30 April 1938 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
Crieff as a holiday resort. many inquiries have eon)! to the Town Clerk's office. and tip ld'the present several hundred

Crieff as a holiday resort. many inquiries have eon)! to the Town Clerk's office. and tip ld'the present several hundred

brochures have been sent out This would appear to augur well for the su nni er season , and with the Empire Ex ibition attracting many visitors to . Ottand, it is expected 'that Crieff should claim a fair quota of visitors and tourists. It is also learned that inquiries have bee
30 April 1938 - Strathearn Herald - Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland
 

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CURLING RESULTS. GRAHAM TROPHY. Errol became 'holders of the Graham Trophy. when they beat Strathaltan by seven shots in the

CURLING RESULTS. GRAHAM TROPHY. Errol became 'holders of the Graham Trophy. when they beat Strathaltan by seven shots in the

final. Details:— Errol. Strathallan. 12 A. Graham. 'l. Dalgle.h. 11 A. Howie. G . Maxtone, 10
30 April 1938 - Strathearn Herald - Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland
 
ROBT. GILBERT, AUCTIONEER ■nd LICENSED VAL: ITIIR, REMOVAL CONTRACTOR, THE CROSS. CRIEFF. Phone,

ROBT. GILBERT, AUCTIONEER ■nd LICENSED VAL: ITIIR, REMOVAL CONTRACTOR, THE CROSS. CRIEFF. Phone,

30 April 1938 - Strathearn Herald - Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland
 
season. (Laughter).

season. (Laughter).

SAD CASE OF "BOWLERS' WIDOWS." In the rules and regulations of bowling, added Mr Lawrie, it was laid down that, unless the inaugural rites were carried out in their entirety, there could be no play on a green during the season. They would thus see that the lady who threw the fir
30 April 1938 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EMPIRE EXHIBITION EVENING EXCURSIONS To CLASC3W (Queen Street) On Wednesdays 4th, 11th 111th and 25th. Fridays sth, 13th and 27th

EMPIRE EXHIBITION EVENING EXCURSIONS To CLASC3W (Queen Street) On Wednesdays 4th, 11th 111th and 25th. Fridays sth, 13th and 27th

and Saturday 21st May. Return Fare pm. e. C.o , lnrerma . dep G. 16 0 8 .amine (South) „ 8.23 0 8 '„atdyke .. 6 . 26 0 7 (Bunnysido ~ 6.29 0 7 Returning from Glasgow (Queen 81.) at 11.21 p.m. The Tickets will be valid by the trains on day of inane only.
30 April 1938 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
R ECREATION THAT COUNTER ACTS

R ECREATION THAT COUNTER ACTS

ECREATION THAT COUNTER ACTS LIFE'S ROUTINE. President Denbolm, in welcoming, the large company, enthusiastically eulogised bowling as a recreation which helped them all to counteract deadening routine and to forget those disquietening rumours of war, which cropped up from time to
30 April 1938 - Coatbridge Leader - Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland