Some unidentified flying object had invaded Campbeltown.
A happy and contented-looking company of the inmates assembled, and enjoyed, with the visitors an excellent evening’s entertainment.
It appeared that the accused, on the several occasions on which they had got access to the bakehouse, had made scones in the oven.
‘But we hope people will be moved as we were to help the refugees, particularly the children, who are suffering.’
‘It was about the size of a large dog – my first thought as that it was a puma.’
The people of the island were ‘up in arms’ about the matter, said Councillor Mactaggart, and on Thursday had almost run out of bread.
In his address Mr Miller spoke of the temperance movement as an active, energetic force.
It was very unusual to go to such lengths when a harbour master retired.
‘We can’t even leave prams at the bottom of the stairs, as the cats do the toilet in them.’
A look back at the Courier’s archives from ten, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.