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CORRESPONDENCE HOGMANAY EXPEDITION TO LOCHNAGAR. Dear Sir, —In reply to _ " Walker and "Grampian" might I point out that

CORRESPONDENCE HOGMANAY EXPEDITION TO LOCHNAGAR. Dear Sir, —In reply to _ " Walker and "Grampian" might I point out that

the difficulties and indiscretions mentioned are grossly exaggerated. These climbers, who are members of the Carn Dearg MX. volunteer rescue party, and who have !*'d hundreds of people on the sunrise expeditions, are surely well able to look after themselves. Admitted, to the in
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Mrs Isabella Dutch, Rosehill Dairy. Gindera Road, Montrose, admitted at Montrose Police Court yesterday assaulting her son in-law. Gordon Forbes,

Mrs Isabella Dutch, Rosehill Dairy. Gindera Road, Montrose, admitted at Montrose Police Court yesterday assaulting her son in-law. Gordon Forbes,

c/o Davis. Palace Bar. George Street, Perth, throwing milk over him. She was fined £1 by Provost
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRABAZON GIVES BRITAIN BIG LEAD

BRABAZON GIVES BRITAIN BIG LEAD

The pilot of the new Brabazon airliner, Mr A. J. (Bill) Pegg, told Bristol Junior Chamber of Commerce yesterday that the Brabazon had given Britain lead of seven Or eight years over any would-be American competitors. "It has put us on the aviation map fairly and squarely,'" he s
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE JUTE MARKET

DUNDEE JUTE MARKET

Dundee, Friday. Raw jute continues on offer at the previous level. There is always a small hut steady movement taking place in the fibre for shipment from Pakistan. Grade Daisee-2/3 was at £115 and good marks at £120. Grade Tossa-4 was at £117 and good at £122, and business has
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMPANY NEWS

COMPANY NEWS

Houlder Line.—7% P-c. (same). Rajawella Produce.—B p.c. (same). Waygood Otis.—lnt. 20 p.c. (same). Freediands.—Final 6 p.c., making 12 p.c. (same). Silentbloc.—lnt. on Ord. 12% p.c. actual (same). Alderstiot and District Traction.—lnt. 8 p.c. (same). Hewitt Brothers.—Final 12% p
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Monaveen best 111 BIG 'CHASE

Monaveen best 111 BIG 'CHASE

H By THE FERRET. JJST PARK.-I.o— American Loan; 1.30— ,' nter Crop; 2.o—Monaveen'; 2.3o—Consort; n'2.~ O-U.K.W. (nap); 3.30 —Tiber Flight. DOUBLE— D.U.K.W. and WINTER CROP. —I.o—Clongiffin; I.3o—Wichlow 2.o—The Heron; 2.3o—Red Leader; u'2, Prinee Balbo; 3.3o—Wintersmoon (nap). O
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Manchester Card

The Manchester Card

NOVICES' STEEPLECHABE miles). No Will (G. R. Owen), 7 years, 12 st. 13 lb. Mr M. Moseley Loband (R. Blake), 6, 12-3 A. Jack The Clown (G. R. Owen), 7, 12-3 L. M'Morrow Papier Mache (private), 13, 12-3 D. O'Halloran Blossom (Street), 9, 12-3 .. V. Speck Clongiffin (Powell), 8, 12
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
They're Off To-Day On Football's Most Hectic Week

They're Off To-Day On Football's Most Hectic Week

Scotland's annual football " carnival" starts to-day. For the fans the prospect of four matches in eight days is a bright one. For the players—well, they've a busy time ahead. As for football managers, they'll be keeping their fingers crossed, especially to-day and Monday, hopin
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Francis Hogan (42), labourer, 13 Mid Wynd, Dundee, was sent to prison for sixtv days by Sheriff Cullen yesterday for

Francis Hogan (42), labourer, 13 Mid Wynd, Dundee, was sent to prison for sixtv days by Sheriff Cullen yesterday for

stealing tray of 12 rings, valued at £2 Bs, from the reraises of F. W. Woolworth & Co., Ltd., •undee. Ten previous convictions were admitted.
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW BURGH OLD FOLK'S TREAT

NEW BURGH OLD FOLK'S TREAT

Over 200 old folk 'of Newburgh were entertained in Tayside Institute —Provost Scotland presiding. Programme was Messrs Wilkie. Perth (accordionist) ; Geddes, Dundee (conjurer) ; and Malcolm (vocalist). Accompanist was Mrs Ireland, St Andrew's Manse, and Rev. James Morton, Cather
31 December 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland