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.
The first paragrph on the opening page reads: ‘A meeting called by Mrs Niven was held in the hall, Southend on Friday 25th May 1928 to consider the advisability of starting a Rural Institute in Southend.’
Following the AGM of the Friends of Campbeltown Museum next Thursday at 7pm in the Burnet Building, its chairman, Angus Martin will give a talk on the Kintyre Scientific Association and its leading founder-members.