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CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

STIRLING BTOCK Liye Stock Marts, LW., had 336 fat c*tU», lat and la«b», 169 Ist and young 64 milk cows, 83 stor< cattlo, aqj 259 poultrv. Fat cattle included better selection cross and black polled cattle. There was usual attendance. Trade lor rrime beei similar to last week; se
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CROFTER FATALLY GORED BY BULL

CROFTER FATALLY GORED BY BULL

Duncan Macdonald, a crofter, rosiding at Bunacaimb, Arisaig, has succumbed to in;uries sustained through being gored a bull. When working in a field the bull attacked him, and, getting him down, trampled and butted him. neighbour who witnessed the incident hurried to the scene,
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH CHURCHMEN'S MISSION LEAVES CANADA.

SCOTTISH CHURCHMEN'S MISSION LEAVES CANADA.

The Scottish Churchmen's Commission, which has been investigating prohibition and the liquor laws in the United States and Canada, sailed for home yesterday in the Canadian Pacific steamer Metag&tna. The Commission was entertained Wednesday Quebec Liquor Commission, and was give
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FISHERMAN MAROONED.

FISHERMAN MAROONED.

be marooned on an islet a mile from shore for 24 hours was the experience of George Smith (73), a fisherman, of Rhoscolvn, Anglesey. , For over two hours a lifeboat made an attempt reach the man Wednesday night, but without success Two more attempts were made yesterday, and the
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEDICATION OF GUIDES' COLOURS AT CARMYLLIE.

DEDICATION OF GUIDES' COLOURS AT CARMYLLIE.

The colours of the Ist Carmyllie Company of Girl Guides were dedicated in Carmyllie U.F. Church. A large congregation assembler! to witness the ceremony. The' Guides paraded in charge of Misses Imrie and Gray, while the recently-formed company of Brownies wero under Miss Ouchter
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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MOTOR ACCIDENT NEAR BLACKFORD

MOTOR ACCIDENT NEAR BLACKFORD

Late on Wednesday evening while a large touring car was traversing the road between Blackford and Greenloaning the driver failed to negotiate the sharp curve at Dyeworks Cottage, and the vehicle crashed into the wooden fence bordering the road. Fortunately it was brought to a st
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRIEFF HEATHER DAY COLLECTION

CRIEFF HEATHER DAY COLLECTION

A sum 7s was collected in Crieff on Heather Day " on behalf of the Scottish Children's League of Pity.
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CAFE CHANTANT AT KIRRIEMUIR.

CAFE CHANTANT AT KIRRIEMUIR.

Episcopal Church Funds Benefit. A cafe chantant aid of the funds of St Mary's Episcopal Church, Kirriemuir, was held in the Lyell Memorial Hall, and attracted a large audience. A varied programme of vocal and instrumental music was submitted. Perhaps the outstanding feature of t
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH GIRL KNOCKED DOWN BY MOTOR.

PERTH GIRL KNOCKED DOWN BY MOTOR.

Ina Bremner. the three-year-old daughter of Mr Sutherland Bremner, 16 Barrack Street, Perth, had a remarkable escape from death yesterday. When a motor lorry belonging to Messrs Burt, Marshall, & Co.. bleachers, Luncarty, was travellin<r southwards along Baro'ssa the girl steppe
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALPINISTS' AGONY.

ALPINISTS' AGONY.

FOUR DAYS ON A LEDGE IN A SNOWSTORM. Two Viennese Alpinists, named Otto and Damschina, have spent four terrible days and nights of agony and hunger, haunted by the constant fear of death, on a ledge near the summit of the Hoohst Mountain, 7000 feet high. They -wore climbing tho
August 31, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland