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BILLY JUST TIME! Btm has not faced a bull before. He does not like the job a bit. The bull

BILLY JUST TIME! Btm has not faced a bull before. He does not like the job a bit. The bull

comes at him with a roar, And Bunny fires the spray at it. wee chap keeps his fingers crossed. The spray must Work or he'll be tossed. Poor Bill stands by and watches Bun. He's anxious for his little chum. Bui now the spray's good work is done, And Bill no longer looks glum, spr
January 20, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOOTBALL FIREWORKS

FOOTBALL FIREWORKS

The England football team, returning from Rio yesterday, hadn't much to say about their defeat in the World Cup contest. They were eloquent, however, about the noise raised by spectators, who reinforced their vocal efforts by the generous use of fireworks. Football crowds in thi
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WINDYGATES ART STUDENT'S SUCCESS

WINDYGATES ART STUDENT'S SUCCESS

John Houston, Windygates, former pupil of Buckhaven High School, and now student at Edinburgh College of Art, has been awarded the Andrew Grant Scholarship of £200 for two years. This is the second year in succession that a former pupil of Buckhaven High School has won this scho
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"Victoria" Drives Once More In State

"Victoria" Drives Once More In State

Holiday crowds in London yesterday saw Miss Irene Dunne as "Victoria" drive through the streets in semi - State landau drawn by spanking grey horses and flanked by outriders in resplendent uniforms. Miss Dunne, who is appearing in a film called "The Mudlark," was accompanied by
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CONLING WIND

CONLING WIND

A temperature of degrees was recorded at Mayfield Hostel. Dundee, at 10 a.m. yesterday, but the backing of the wind from south east slowed down the rise of the mercury. The peak of degrees was reached at lunchtime, and it became cooler in the afternoon. Minimum was 57 degrees. S
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH DRIVER THIRD IN BARI RACE

BRITISH DRIVER THIRD IN BARI RACE

Nino Farina, of Italy, yesterday snatched narrow victory in the gruelling Bari road race from Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, and Stirling Moss, Britain. Farina, driving an Alfa Romeo, established a new course record, completing the 198 miles at an average speed of 77.05 miles pe
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TROOPS ON TITO'S BORDER

TROOPS ON TITO'S BORDER

—Report, The newspaper " Svenska Dagbladet. " said in Stockholm yesterday that, according a, Hungarian source Bulgaria. Rumania, a.nd Hungary were concentrating troops along the Yugoslav frontier. "In Hungary the authorities have evacuated over 3000 people from the frontier zone
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mrs Margaret Taylor, 50 Mid Stocket Road, Aberdeen, on her 102 nd birthday rosterday, received visit from Lord Provost Duncan

Mrs Margaret Taylor, 50 Mid Stocket Road, Aberdeen, on her 102 nd birthday rosterday, received visit from Lord Provost Duncan

Fraser and the Lady Provost
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH PEOPLE IGNORED RAIN

PERTH PEOPLE IGNORED RAIN

Over 5000 Perth folk travelled to Dundee and district for the annual midsummer holiday. Early-morning downpours didn't daunt the travellers. British Railways had their busiest midsummer for some years. Cheap day returns competed strongly with bus traffic. _ There were queues for
July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

July 10, 1950 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland