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  • County: Angus, Scotland
  • Type: Miscellaneous

Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

30 Jan 1934

carried by Misses A. Cameron and B. Hood. Mr S. Cameron gave the address. Tea was served by Miss E. M'Kenzie and Mrs Steel, with assistants. Major J. A. Don, of Cray, proposed votes of thanks. A dance followed, with Mr J. Petrie as M.C. Musio was supplied

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Type: Miscellaneous
Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

21 Jul 1938

MacNcil, Morar, Inverness-shire. 4. 0— Great Families. The Smiths, by A. Bonnet Laird. 4.ls—The Band the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (conducted by Mr D. K. Feltham), from the Palace Pier. Brighton. 5. o—The Children's Hour 6.0— Sweet

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

26 Feb 1925

Songs. Mairi Mhin, Mbfeall Bhuileach, W. S. Roddie. Graah geal mo Chridh, .. 11. S. Roberton. Hi rim Ho, J. H. W. Nesbitt. Smal and Turlach (Ladies' Choir) H. S. Roberton. Till, till ruin, .. W. 11. Murray. 8.25— A. G. Forgie (Solo Violin). Nocturne

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Type: Miscellaneous
Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Oct 1931

Henry Abel Smith. Lady May Cambridge's finance, belongs. The marriage will take place shortly. Mr Jocelyn Abel Smith is the elder son of Colonel Bertram Abel Smith, an A.D.C. to the King. His fiancee is the younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Castell Wrey, of

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

17 Oct 1927

reception was given by Mr Gardner at Clunie, where his daughter, Mrs G. N. Moody Stuart, and Mrs John A. Macrae, Dundee, sister of the bridegroom, acted as hostesses. The guests numbered about 50. When she left for the honeymoon, Mrs A. Moodv Stuart was

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Type: Miscellaneous
Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

1 Jun 1925

on the way to the turn, and was able to increase his advantage the inward journey. The final result was a win of 4 and 3 for the Carnoustie Club champion. * Wm. R. Mason found James Salmond one of his best days. Salmond won by 6 and 5. James B. Cunningham

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Feb 1925

Lean; Miss J. Currie; Mrs D. Thomson and Mrs K. Galloway (Songs); Station Choir and Orchestra conducted Herbert A. Carruthers. 9.5— The Laird o' Cockpen, a Ballad for Choir and Orchestra, Set to .Music by David Stephen, Words by Lady Nairne. 9.3o—Weather

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Type: Miscellaneous
Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

19 May 1930

National Programme. 9.3o—Scottish News Bulletin. 9.40— Stars and Stripes —II., by Mr William Hard. Relayed from America. National Programme. 10.0—Jack Payne and his 8.8.C. Dance Orchestra. National Programme. 11.0—Close down. 10.15—The Daily Service

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

14 Sep 1859

shockingly bad. His coffee is cold, and his bran-new boots Have not been dusted or brushed— And he rises up, while his pallid cheek With auger and pain is flushed. then goeth out and comforts himself By taking a social lunch : And he thinks of his coming dinner

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Type: Miscellaneous
Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

13 Aug 1929

2 snipe, 11 hares, and 2 rabbits was got bv the party of Mrs Gordon Gordon, London, including Lieut C. S. Bushe, Captain G. A. Rusk. Mr C. Wilson, Mr D. I. Wifson, and Mr W. Gordon. Mr and Mrs W. G. Maxwell of Donavourd were out on Donavourd Moor, and

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

19 Oct 1931

forgot, erpi- j , _ he spoke the parrot lifted his hat from his aimed Freddy, head with its beak. said Friday. said Ivy. So am I, said Robbie- Freddy only raises said Ivy; his hat when wants to part his hair—and that not eften! CHILDREN? MORE ADVENTURES

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

16 Oct 1941

Lombard and Robert Montgomery in and Mrs Smith (A). RIALTO (High St., Lochee). Marx Brothers Go West (U), with John Carrol, Robert Barrat. ROYAL (Arthurstone Terrace).—Carole Lombard and Robert Montgomery Mr and Mrs Smith (A). ROYALTY (Baffin St.).—Con

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

21 Jul 1938

4o—Gilbert and his Sextet. 3.15-3.2s—Gramophone Records. 3.3o—Mid-Week Service: Address (in Gaelic) Very Rev. Canon MacNeill. from the Roman Catholic Church in the Empire Exhibition (Scotland). 4. o—Great Familie»: The Smiths, by A. Bonnet Laird. 4.ls—The

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

17 Nov 1926

Broadcast to Schools. 4.o—Time Bignal; A Bonnet Laird, Merrle England. 4.ls—Orean Recital. 5.15— I TTie Children's Hour. 6.o—The London Radio Dance Band. 6.4o—See Dundee. B.o— Sydney Nesbitt and his ukulele, with Helen Hunter and her ukulele. 8.20—

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Type: Miscellaneous