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BLAIRGOWRIE.

BLAIRGOWRIE.

Local Volunteers for the Front.—Sergeant- Instructor White has received signed schedules from 2 officers and 30 non-commissioned officer* and men belonging C Company sth V.B.R.H. volunteering for the front, and these will forwarded to headquarters once order that selection may b
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NO IDLE BOAST!

NO IDLE BOAST!

IDLE BOAST! from Qr»»«l, LnmbaeA, Pllea, Palm the B«ck, 9wjm>. and Complaint*, of Kidneys, Bladder, Organs, Stop's, Oleet. Stricture, Sciatica, Rhrunutiim. wilt Hud cur* Smel nil*. Try * *m»ii and not H+trtled rcour *fll Price, 1* Of Chemists, «r P*rt for 11 Stamp* Holwovo'* Mfwc
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALARMING ACCIDENT AT FOYERS.

ALARMING ACCIDENT AT FOYERS.

TWELVE MEN INJURED. An alarming accident which occurred the Acetylene Works at Foyers on Saturday has been reported to the Inverneas-shire police. So far, no particulars have come, but it is understood the mishap was brought about by an explosion of acetylene gas. It appears twe
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH CASUALTIES CAUSED BY OWN ARTILLERY.

BRITISH CASUALTIES CAUSED BY OWN ARTILLERY.

Pretoria, Dec. 28 (via Lorenzo Marquez, Dec. 30, noon). Father Murray, Roman Catholic priest Dundee, has arrived here on a visit. Father Murray states that he is certain that many of the British casualties at Dundee were caused their own artillery.—Dalziel.
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREE PASSAGE FOR REFUGEES.

FREE PASSAGE FOR REFUGEES.

COMING TO BRITAIN. Cape Town, Friday. steamer has been placed at the disposal of the Mansion House Committee for the conveyance of refugees to England. The conditions are very stringent, and every precaution will be taken to prevent misapplication of the funds, the applicants fr
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress. NEW YEAR'S DAY. WAREHOUSE CLOSED TO-DAY. NEW YEAR GIFTS AT DRAFFEX AND JARYIE'S. AT THE RIBBON AND LACE COUNTER

Dress. NEW YEAR'S DAY. WAREHOUSE CLOSED TO-DAY. NEW YEAR GIFTS AT DRAFFEX AND JARYIE'S. AT THE RIBBON AND LACE COUNTER

SHOW A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF FANCY ARTICLES, BOTH USEFUL AND ORNA MENTAL—VERY SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS. "LIBERTY" YULE TIDE GIFTS in a Charming Variety of such Trimmed Letter Racks, Work Baskets, Pin Cushions, Cosies, Head Rests, Ac. ARMENIAN WORK.—Charmi
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECASTS. Sunday % flcotlaod V.—Vorfh-wrflMrly towwterly winds, mod'rmt® frnsh; fair gen-rally, bat local showers 2. Scotland K.—South-westerly to

TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECASTS. Sunday % flcotlaod V.—Vorfh-wrflMrly towwterly winds, mod'rmt® frnsh; fair gen-rally, bat local showers 2. Scotland K.—South-westerly to

southerly winds, light; fair generally. i England No. 1- i. England E.—South-westerly and winda, freebeniag; fine at- first, some rain later; milder. 1 Midland Counties.—Same aa No. 3. «. England S. (London and Channel). —Same as No. 3. Scotland W.—Same No. ?. N.W. (and N. Wales
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OFFICERS KILLED AT LADYSMITH.

OFFICERS KILLED AT LADYSMITH.

SECOND EDITION. Qnm, 5.30 A.M. POST Coß.sseposD*NT.] Dec. 27 (by runner Frere Camp, Dec. 81.) The continue shelling with exasperating pertinacity. They threw 177 shells before nine o'clock yesterday morning without counting the fire from the Maxim automatics. They killed ob© coo
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TIMES AND WAR OFFICE.

TIMES AND WAR OFFICE.

A SEVERE CRITICISM. " TRIED AND FOUND WANTING." Criticising our military system, the Times a leading article this morning says: Our military system has been tried, and it has been found wanting. The valour and endurance of our men and the gallantry of our company officers have s
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRAVE VOLUNTEERS

BRAVE VOLUNTEERS

FIFE AND FORFAR LIGHT HORSE. Upwards of sixty smart young fellows have made application at the headquarters of the Fife arid Forfar Light Horse at Cupar for enlistment in the Imperial Yeomanry. With few exceptions the applicants are were members the Light Horse, and of the total
01 January 1900 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland