The final paragraph of that 31-year-old letter, from the solicitors states: I have made it available to the Campbeltown Courier but, as yet, I think I am right in saying that they have not seen fit to use any of the photographs in the local paper. ‘
The selling of new bread. Contravention of the 1917 order.
The case was heard of a Campbeltown baker charged with having sold to a farmer three 2lb loaves less than 12 hours old, in contravention of the above-named order.