If you think the recent cold snap has been bad, it is as nothing compared to the scenes in Courier Country 35 years ago.
A man was found not guilty of perjury after attempting to claim a coat of arms. It was alleged that David Menzies had forged parts of documents relating to the first Menzies Baronetcy. Mr Menzies said he had brought the documents during a sale of items from Castle Menzies, near Aberfeldy.
A man died after being hit by a train near Crieff. William McTavish was spotted on the line but the train driver was unable to stop in time.
A fascinating insight into the workings of Murray Royal Hospital emerges when looking at the finance report of 1916.