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KIRKCALDY MINER REVERELY INJURED.

KIRKCALDY MINER REVERELY INJURED.

residing at Randolph r kcaldy, was admitted '• 'll W to/' to "day suffering from S >ac ' an d also internally. Was badly crushed by ro °f of one of the «»i Pannie Pit, . 1 10011 • His condition is
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A YOUNG BIGHWAYMAN.

A YOUNG BIGHWAYMAN.

n the W,dkine along £ vV 'ir? . of Hounslov 8 robbed her of \ *? t t, asci l was after ros. rentford >', . OD
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STEAMERS COLLIDE AT GRANGEMOUTH.

STEAMERS COLLIDE AT GRANGEMOUTH.

CAPTAIN OF ONE OF THE VESSELS 11EPORTS ROUGH PASSAGE, And Drowning of Seaman off Cape Finisterre. The steamer Somerhill, belonging Messrs ' Woods, Tyler, & Brown, London, on arrival at Grangemouth to-day, with ore from Almeria, collided with the Norwegian steamer Star, lying alo
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDUCATION OR SPORT?

EDUCATION OR SPORT?

DUNDEE SCHOOL BOARD WANT TO ERECT SCHOOL On Ground Selected for Cricket And Football. Education and sport aro competing for the vacant ground between Baxter Park and Morgan Street, Dundee. At a meeting of the Parks Committee of Dundee Town Council to-day a letter was read from t
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRKCALDY LABOURER IS CHARGED

KIRKCALDY LABOURER IS CHARGED

With Assaulting Captain Inglis. A Kirkcaldy labourer Robert Go'e-, man, appeared before Bailie bright Kiikcaldy Police Court this morning, charged with assaulting Captain Inglis, the harbourmaster, on Saturday night. It. was alleged that near the Dock Uates, Coleman seized hold
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE MINERS' LEADER

FIFE MINERS' LEADER

HOLDS OUT LITTLE HOPE OF A SETTLEMENT Before the End of the Month. Fife miners' leader, interviewed to-day, did not hold out much hope of a settlement before the end of the month. He stated, however, that he believed the miners, after the expiration of the notices, would work on
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRAIN RUNS INTO PLATELAYERS.

TRAIN RUNS INTO PLATELAYERS.

One Being Instantly Killed. This morning the London and Northwestern express from Crewe to London ran into two platelayers near Stafford. On© was instantly killed and the other so injured that his recovery almost hopeless.
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£200,000 IN CHARITIES.

£200,000 IN CHARITIES.

Large Bequest for Wesley an Methodist Purposes. Large bequests for charities, totalling apparently about £300,000, are included in two of tii© latest wills on •which probate has been granted. Mr (77), Cornwall House, Granville Road, Sevenoaks, prominent Methodist, who left estat
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FUNERAL OF GLASGOW'S LATE TOWN CLERK.

FUNERAL OF GLASGOW'S LATE TOWN CLERK.

The funeral took place to-day of Mr Myles, town clerk, Glasgow. Messages of sympathy were sent by Lord Pentland and Sir James Dodds, while among those attending the funeral were Sir Thomas Hunter, town clerk, Edinburgh; Mr David Morris, town clerk, Stirling; Mr Blyth Martin, tow
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRKCALDY LAD'S MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.

KIRKCALDY LAD'S MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.

In one Messrs Nairn's linoleum factories Kirkcaldy lad, Wm. Strain, 15 years of age, residing 97 St Clair Street, had miraculous escape. He was. caught by one of the revolving snafts but was thrown clear in the nick of time. He escaped with a bruised thigh, but had be oonveyed t
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland