100 YEARS AGO Fri­day Septem­ber 8, 1917

Campbeltown Courier - - VIEWPOINT -

Unique prize awards

AN AWARD that is en­tirely unique in the his­tory of Camp­bel­town Gram­mar school is an­nounced in con­nec­tion with last ses­sion’s work, the Kin­tyre Club gold medals for the best boy and girl pupils of the school hav­ing been won by a brother and sis­ter Mr Ken­neth Mac­queen and Miss Mary Mac­queen, Meadow Cot­tage.

Rab­bit trap­per’s vi­o­lent tem­per

A rab­bit trap­per from a coun­try district pleaded guilty - be­fore Sher­iff Mac­mas­ter Camp­bell on Mon­day - to a charge of hav­ing on Au­gust 13, in his own house, as­saulted his wife and son by strik­ing them with a walk­ing stick.

He had had a dis­agree­ment with his wife about his tea, and af­ter­wards struck her with the stick, while his son who was giv­ing no provo­ca­tion what­ever, was also struck.

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