SCOTTISH BANKRUPTS. SEQUESTRATIONS.
David Birrell, baker, Cellardyke, at sent residing at Fowler Street, Cellardyke.
SALE, by Private Bargain, on death owner, THE OILSKIN FACTORY, 31 to 39 James Street, Cellardyke, with the OILSKIN MANUFACTURER’S BUSINESS carried on during the last forty years by ALEX. BLACK & CO. (Inventors and sole manufacturers the Patent Canvas
The Buildings, which are in excellent order, and include ample storage, are equipped with all the necessary Machinery, driven by Steam Power. The present Stock will be taken over by the Purchaser at mutual valuation. Very moderate ingoing terms.
For further particulars apply GUTHRIE & MAXWELL, Solicitors, Anstruther, with whom Offers may be lodged on or before 18th August.
SPEED OFFENDERS PAY UP AT CUPAR. For exceeding the speed limit in a 10-mile control the following motor offenders were dealt with by Sheriff Dudley Stuart at Cupar yesterday Martin Gardiner, motor driver, Rose isle, Burnside Tce, Cellardyke, 28 miles, fined 30s: James Gardiner, engineer, Shore Street, Anstruther, 25 miles, fined 25s;
AWARDS FOR HEROISM SCOTTISH RECIPIENTS. The Royal Humane Society have made the following awards for heroism in life saving : — VELLUM AWARDS . ….. James Mitchell (50) , West Forth Street , Cellardyke . Fife , for saving Robert Crookes (9) , of Church Row , Limehouse , who fell into the Thames on June 26 .
ATTACK ON CELLARDYKE PLOUGHMAN.
David Pattie, ploughman, Balhouffie Cottar Houses, Anstruther, or 5 Shore Street, Cellardyke, admitted before Hon. Sheriff Osborne Cupar to-day a charge of having, on 11th May, on the public highway, opposite the dwelling-house occupied by John Douglas, ploughman, Balhouffie Cottar Houses, Anstruther, assaulted Clifford McHugh, ploughman, 12 Shore Street, Cellardyke, by striking him severe blow on the right jaw with his clenched fist, causing it to bleed freely, and loosened several of his teeth. Sentence of a fine of £1, or ten days’ imprisonment, was passed.
BOY SCOUTS VISIT LEUCHARS AERODROME.
By permission of the Air Force Commander, the Scouts of East Neuk of Fife visited the aerodrome at Leuchars. The party numbered over 70, and were drawn from the troops at Anstruther, Pittenweem, Elie, and Kilconquhar. Mr J. Y. Hunter, headmaster, Cellardyke, as senior Scoutmaster, took charge of the combined troops. On arrival at the base they were received by the chief officer in charge, and were divided into sections under instructors, who conducted them severally through the aerodrome, and explained the main features of the work of the aeroplane and its construction.
The boys were eager, and followed their instructors with rapt attention. After two hours of intellectual enjoyment, the companies re-formed, and marched off to their respective charabancs to the strains of the Air Force band. The difficulties of transport were overcome through the generosity of R. Brown, of Colinsburgh, and Bailie Carstairs, of Anstruther, to whom special thanks are due.
When the fishing boat “William Wilson” arrived at North Shields, to-day, it was reported that a deck band, David Smith (a), of Cellardyke, was missed on Wednesday. The crew were having breakfast when Smith said he was going on deck. Later he could not be found. Smith, who left a letter in his bunk addressed to his wife, had complained recently of pains.