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FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

EAST SCOTLAND LEAGUE. Dundee v. Hearts of Midlothian.—The Dundee Saturday played their last League match of the season—an East of Scotland League fixture—• against the Hearts Tynecastle. Unlike the last occasion, when the Dundee Club went through on a fruitless errand, the weath
15 May 1899 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR.

FORFAR.

Forfar and Kirriemuir Building Trades Federation.—A meeting of the oommittee of the Forfar and Kirriemuir Building Trades Federation took place in the Public Hall Buildings, Kirriemuir, Saturday afternoon—Mr Charles Stewart, president, in the chair. The report of the secretary (
15 May 1899 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CYCLING.

CYCLING.

FIXTURES. June District Council Arbroath. July 8— Do. Do. Sept. 2— Do. Do. Ang'*. WEDNESDAY'S CLUB RUNS. Clfb. Destination. Sendezrous. Tim*. Dnmiee Wed.. Perth, Albert Square, 4ji.m. Caledonia Fifty, Bal merino, Craig Pier, pm. Giitillttn, Auchterhouse, Victoria Bridge, 7.15 p.
15 May 1899 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTHSHIRE FIARS PRICES

PERTHSHIRE FIARS PRICES

The Court for striking the fiars prices at Perthshire sat on Friday, under the presidency of Sheriff Barclay. The jury was follows Heritors—Mr Edmund A. Stuart Gray of Kinfauna; Colonel Hay of Seggieden ; Mr William Macdonald of Woodlands ; Mr James Burt Marshall of Mr John Stew
01 March 1881 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

Monifieth Golf Clue.—At the annual .meeting of tins Club on Friday, Mr Andrew Walker, the Secretary, was presented with an address and a purse and sovereigns, recognition of bis long and painstaking services as Secretary to the Club. Mr John Holland was re-elected Captain and Mr
01 March 1881 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE TRADE CRISIS IN PARIS.

THE TRADE CRISIS IN PARIS.

Paris, Monday Evening.—The long debate on the economic crisis is becoming wearisome. Several speakers occupied the tribune, but until M. Tony voioe was heard little of interest transpired. The Radical Deputy for Belleville asked for work for the men and aid for the women, as suf
30 January 1884 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Touching Incident at a Fire.—A correspondent sends to the St James's Gazette the following remarkable illustration of maternal devotion among

Touching Incident at a Fire.—A correspondent sends to the St James's Gazette the following remarkable illustration of maternal devotion among

animals, which occurred connection with the burning of Lusby's Music Hall on Sunday week:—Mr Crowd er, one of the proprietors the hall, possessed a favourite tabby ana tortoiee,shell cat which was well known to the frequenters the hall. The cat had a family of four kittens, whic
30 January 1884 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SHERIFF CRIMINAL COURT.

DUNDEE SHERIFF CRIMINAL COURT.

Yesterday, in the Dundee Sheriff Criminal Court, the following cases were disposed of a first or pleading diet by Sheriff Cheyne:—■ Theft of a Shawl—A Plausible Excuse. Thomas Brown, young man, pleaded guilty to Btealing shawl from the door of draper's shop in Hilltown 17th Dece
30 January 1884 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Accidext.—About eleven o'clock on Tuesday night;, a street porter named John Cameron was engaged in cleaning operations the Kinnaird Hall,

Accidext.—About eleven o'clock on Tuesday night;, a street porter named John Cameron was engaged in cleaning operations the Kinnaird Hall,

he accidentally fell down hatchway into cellar from height of about ten feet, sustaining several bruises about the head and legs. He was removed in a c.ib to the Infirmary, where his injuries were attended to. The Tayport Railway Accident.—The funeral of Mrs Parker took place fr
01 December 1881 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRIME IN ARBROATH DURING 1881.

CRIME IN ARBROATH DURING 1881.

The return Mr Milne, Superintendent of Police within the burgh, has now been issued, and is, generally speaking, of more favourable nature than for some years past. Mr Milne his prefa- , tory note to it says—" The total number of persons dealt with by the police is fewer by 121
04 February 1882 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland