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DWELLING-HOUSE IS DAMAGED AT CUPAR

DWELLING-HOUSE IS DAMAGED AT CUPAR

By Chimney Gable Giving Away. Ihe gal© of last night caused serious damage a dwelling-house Hill Crescent, Cupar, occupied by Mr John Smith, printer. Mr Smith occupies the top storey of the westmost house of the Crescent, and about halfpast nine o'clock, while he was sitting the
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"I CAN HARDLY REALISE IT YET,

"I CAN HARDLY REALISE IT YET,

BUT STILL THEY'RE GONE, Sobs the Bereaved Father in Dundee Tragedy. " The puir bairnies—what a death them! I carina bear to think «f it!" George Low, the father of the children, ha lever ceased to utter this cry since he learne< ;he terrible news. Along with his wife, Lou ias ma
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRIEFF HIGHLAND GATHERING.

CRIEFF HIGHLAND GATHERING.

At special meeting of the C"eff Highland Gathering Mr Lewis Gibson Union Bank, was appointed secretary ami treasurer, in suocession to the late Mr a Connon, solicitor.
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MARS BOY'S PROMPT ACTION AT A FIRE

MARS BOY'S PROMPT ACTION AT A FIRE

MARS BOY'S PROMPT ACTION AT FIRE Is Rewarded by Presentation. Thomas Bee, the hero of the recent fire at Newport, was the recipient of a silver watch and chain, with a suitable inscription, for meritorious servioes, at special meeting of Newport Town Council. Provost Leitch, in m
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO AVOID STRIKES AND LOCK-OUTS.

TO AVOID STRIKES AND LOCK-OUTS.

The management of the National Shipwrights' Society have made move which is entirely the right direction. In these days of strikes and lock-outs, involving huge bodies of men and vast financial considerations, it is of the utmost importance that every effort should be made to se
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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PERTH BILLIARD NOTES.

PERTH BILLIARD NOTES.

With the advent of the Christmas holiday, serious billiards in the city are for the nonoe being rather neglected, but once the festivities: are over the serious work fchfe winter's play will be renewed. John M'Lean has been adding to his laurels i by carrying off the handicap at
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GAMBLING HIS RUIN.

GAMBLING HIS RUIN.

Factory Manager Sent to Prison for Theft. Sentencing Arthur Sheridan, factory ager to Debenham & Co., of Welbeck Street, ■ two months in the Second Division, Mr Paul Taylor, Marylebone, said there -i no doubt gambling had been his ruin. -1 The accused, wno had salary of £300 a f
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KNIFE ATTACK

KNIFE ATTACK

Carman Sent for Trial on Serious Charge. Arthur W. Gibson, an Edmonton carman, was committed for trial on a charge of at- - tempting murder William John Hill, > foreman a contractor with whom h© had j had employment. The prisoner appeared have grievance against the prosecutor be
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MUTINY OF A POLICE FORCE.

MUTINY OF A POLICE FORCE.

j Brazilian State Governor a Fugitive. Confirmation has been received of grave happenings Manaos, where the police foxoc has mutinied and the Governor of the State of Amazonas is fugitive. Senhor Saprixto. the Vice-Governor, has taken over the duties of Governor Manaos is ..he c
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NOTES—MAINLY PERSONAL

NOTES—MAINLY PERSONAL

In Berlin almost every window displays its Christmas tree. "The best capital for a man to begin life with is capital wife," says a woman writer. He is hard-hea*t«d father 'who purchases alarm clock as Christmas for his son. When singing a person holds himself in the best possibl
December 25, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland