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ENGINEER TURNED TO FARMING

ENGINEER TURNED TO FARMING

A Glasgow engineer, Mr Archibald P. Newall, who was a pioneer making stronger nuts and bolts, died yesterday at his model dairy farm o£ Perryston, near Ayr. , He was 69, and chairman A. P. Newall & Co., Ltd., Woodside Engineering Works, Glasgow, which he founded early this centu
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE FIRST-AIDERS WIN CUP

DUNDEE FIRST-AIDERS WIN CUP

Dundee Tay Bridge ambulance team at Arbroath yesterday won the Sir Harry Hope Cup, wliich carries with it the Angus championship. Members of the Dundee team were C. Fowler (captain). R. Haggart, J. Nicol, G. Robertson, and D. Storrier. Arbroath were runners-up, their team compri
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLARTNET SOLOS AT CAIRD HALL

CLARTNET SOLOS AT CAIRD HALL

Ace clarinettist Carl Barriteau entertained 1500 audience in Caird Hall, Dundee last night. ' He was the guest artiste at the Corporation fortnightly variety concert. Highlight his turn was his interpretation of Artie "Concerto for Clarinet." also delighted with " Tea for Two."
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CROSS-COUNTRY CRACKS COMPETE

CROSS-COUNTRY CRACKS COMPETE

Twenty-two-year-old Sammy Cuthbert, of Irvine Y.M.C.A., decided only last October —the start of the season —to take up crosscountry running. He lifted the club novices' championship and followed up by winning the club championship. Clubmato Tom M'Neish, Y.M. and N.C.C.U. interna
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VARSITIES’ BADMINTON CHAMPIONS

VARSITIES’ BADMINTON CHAMPIONS

Two Glasgow University students, R. R. Macdonald and Miss M. Forrester, retained singles and doubles titles in the Scottish Universities badminton championships held in the Volunteer Hall, St Andrews, on Saturday. Details: MEN S SINGLES. —Bemi-final—R. R. Macdonald, Glasgow, bea
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SAINTS’ DAY OUT AT DENS

SAINTS’ DAY OUT AT DENS

injuries and colds meant drastic v--' changes in the St Johnstone line-up for their Dewar Shield tie at Dens Park. But the substitutes rose brilliantly to the occasion. . None did better than lankjr right-half Pullar. The way this newcomer sailed in and broke up early Dundee att
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EAST FIFE CHIEF IN THE WEST

EAST FIFE CHIEF IN THE WEST

East Fife manager, Scot Symon, didn't see his team beat Clyde at Bavview. The Methil chief, along with Bobby Rankine (St Mirren), Jimmy Williamson (Kilmarnock) and Bobby Calder, Aberdeen -scout, watched the West of Scotland Junior Oup tie between Clydebank and Annbank United. Ea
February 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FINANCIAL TIMES INDICES

FINANCIAL TIMES INDICES

Government Securities Fixed Interest Industrial Ordinary Gold Mines Ord. Dividend yield p.c. Earnings yield P.C. S.E. 100 Yesterday Prey. Der Week Age Year Ago 86.72 86.58 85.92 91.31 97.27 96.79 96.72 98.31 1705.70 1686.10 1674.00 1429.70 188.60 189.40 187.10 218.10 4.55 4.61 4
March 22, 1989 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scottish trade unionists committed to home rule

Scottish trade unionists committed to home rule

THE SCOTTISH T.U.C. yesterday cornmitted itself to a big public campaign to win a Scottish Parliament with taxraising powers. It did so after a debate at its annual congress in Aberdeen which revealed a growing grass-roots willingness to think about proportional representation—a
March 22, 1989 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JUDY 26P I 28p) TWINKLE

JUDY 26P I 28p) TWINKLE

JUDY 26 P I 28p) TWINKLE (Issue dated April 22) On Sale Now (issue dated April 22)
March 22, 1989 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland