EDWARDIAN NEWS FROM THE MEWS, 25 Sunday 27 June 2021 - 14:31 1906
EDINBURGH GUNMAKER’S DOWNFALL.
HOW CUSTOMERS WERE DEFRAUDED.
Alexander Hendry, an elderly man, was charged at a pleading diet of Edinburgh… Read More
BRIGHT SPARKS IN NEW TOWN BASEMENT Friday 25 June 2021 - 13:25 It may have slipped under your radar, but a low-key group exhibition in the Dundas Street Gallery basement certainly merits a visit.
The Aizle Art… Read More
EDWARDIAN NEWS FROM THE MEWS, 24 Sunday 20 June 2021 - 07:15 HOW AN EDINBURGH BOY LOST HIS TOE.
Sheriff Guy heard proof, in Edinburgh Sheriff Court to-day, in an action arising out of an accident to a little… Read More
EDWARDIAN NEWS FROM THE MEWS, 23 Sunday 13 June 2021 - 08:46 CABLE-CAR ACCIDENT.
A sad accident occurred opposite Piershill Cemetery on Tuesday evening.
A boy named Andrew Cameron, nine years of age, and… Read More
STAFFORD CENTRE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS Thursday 10 June 2021 - 06:33 Broughton Street’s Stafford Centre has for over 30 years helped people experiencing mental health difficulties to build self-confidence and integrate… Read More
SERIOUS ASSAULT ON FORTH STREET Tuesday 8 June 2021 - 19:49 The following press release was received from Police Scotland earlier today. We reprint it unedited and in full below.
Officers in Edinburgh are… Read More
EDWARDIAN NEWS FROM THE MEWS, 22 Saturday 5 June 2021 - 08:23 EDINBURGH CHAUFFEUR’S SUNDAY MORNING RUN.
ALLEGED EXCESS OF THE LEGAL LIMIT.
John Wallace, 26 Carlton Terrace Lane, Edinburgh, was charged before… Read More
FRIED AND TRUSTED Friday 4 June 2021 - 09:57 A press release arrived in our inbox yesterday asking us to ‘spread the joyous news’ that today (Friday) is National Fish and Chip Day.
This not-for… Read More
FRESH START FOR FORMER DEBENHAM’S Wednesday 2 June 2021 - 14:11 COUNCILLORS APPROVE RADICAL RETHINK
Councillors on the Development Management Subcommittee this morning granted planning permission for Legal &… Read More
THE PERILS OF PROMOTION Tuesday 1 June 2021 - 00:00 Below is the full version of a piece we reproduced in Spurtle Issue 307. It is from the Scotsman, 18 September 1897.
The aesthetics of bill-sticking… Read More