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CHANCE TO B

CHANCE TO B

The near extinction of rabbits from myxomatosis this year has increased the value of the harvest in England and Wales by £lO million to £l5 million. That is the Minister of Agriculture’s estimate. Scotland has gained, too This addition to home-grown food supplies represents a we
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CORRESPONDENCE

CORRESPONDENCE

Hanging out the wash on Sundays Dear Sir, —I read with interest your London correspondence regarding the washing seen hanging out on Sundays. Sunday is fast becoming the housewives’ only free day, as, in this era of rising prices and high rents, most housewives have to w ork par
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mr W. M. Walker— Miss J. M. H. Wood The engagement is announced between William MacLelland, only son of the

Mr W. M. Walker— Miss J. M. H. Wood The engagement is announced between William MacLelland, only son of the

Honourable Lord and Lady Walker, 14 Dalryrnple Crescent, Edinburgh, and Joan Margaret Hutchison, only daughter of the late Charles H. Wood, 8.C0m., and of Mrs Johan M. Wood, 20 Maryfield Terrace, Dundee.
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
M FIELDS

M FIELDS

30-2 Midair (Hide). 8-6 E. Hide 00—0 No Road (W. Stephenson), 8-0 R. Durant 00—0 Snowdrifts (R. J. Colling). 7-13 J. Mercer 00 —0 Historic Lure (V. Smyth), 7-13 .... o—o2 Miss Quick Bisgood), '7-10 D. Smith 200 Dorsol (Mercer), 7-9 000 Pearl Beacon (R. Ward), 7-6 L. C. Parkes o—
May 9, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Nizhtlu tests

Nizhtlu tests

From his office in City Square Mr Little controls a team of 12 inspectors and 12 assistants. Nine men have been on night-shift, sounding mains and searching for underground bursts, in an effort to make even more watertight Mr Little’s plan to conserve the little left in the kitt
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Will it come to this?— Drawing water from a hydrant.

Will it come to this?— Drawing water from a hydrant.

they use. Mr Little reports good cooperation from them. But despite the fact that Dundee’s water supply has shrunk, the average householder is still spilling water with gay abandon. can be allowed to accumulate, they can the normal rainfall, if people get down to a low consumpti
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Stobsmuir tennis trophies

Stobsmuir tennis trophies

Trophies were presented at Stobsmuir Tennis Club’s whist drive in Dundee Y.M.C.A. last night. Ex-Bailie A. G. Hossick presided, and Mrs Hossick presented trophies to Mr H. Wilson Lorimer (genfs singles). Mrs James Anderson (ladies' singles), Mr H. Wilson Lorimer and Miss Audrey
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Parched acres

Parched acres

It would need about six inches of rain in a relatively short period to make an appreciable difference. The source of Mr Little’s worries is the catchment area at Lintrathen. Above the level of the reservoir is an 18,000-acre ” trap.” The rain which falls in this area is led into
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
New start for sentto-Coventry” George George Howarth, the £l5- a-week engine driver who was sent to Coventry for life by

New start for sentto-Coventry” George George Howarth, the £l5- a-week engine driver who was sent to Coventry for life by

his Barnsley workmates, has started a new life in Blackpool. He was also expelled from the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen for working during this year’s railway strike. With Mr Howarth in his new home in Chesterfield Road, North Shore, are his wife, his 1
October 15, 1955 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland