Breach of the peace at village institute

DUNDEE EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY 27 DECEMBER 1937 FIFE MAN ON BREACH CHARGE Thomas Lamont, apprentice joiner, Main Street, Cairneyhill, was admonished at Dunfermline Sheriff Court today for having committed a breach of the peace on 16th December in Cairneyhill village institute, Main Street, Cairneyhill. Mr A Mitchell, solicitor, on accused’s behalf, said accused, who wasContinue reading “Breach of the peace at village institute”

Peculiar farm fire in 1913

DUNDEE COURIER 19 FEBRUARY 1913 ALARMING FARM FIRE AT CAIRNEYHILL Fire broke out in a rather peculiar manner yesterday evening at the farm of Muirside, Cairneyhill, tenanted by Mr John Lamont. Threshing operations were in progress, and a belt from an oil engine, which supplied the driving power of the threshing mill, slipped from theContinue reading “Peculiar farm fire in 1913”

Fundraising at a Bazaar

Dundee Evening Telegraph 20 October 1905 A two days’ bazaar in connection with the Cairneyhill United Free Church was opened in St Margaret’s Hall, Dunfermline this forenoon by Mr Thomas Shaw, KC, MP. The purpose of the bazaar is to assist the funds of the church and raise sufficient funds to carry out much neededContinue reading “Fundraising at a Bazaar”