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SPECIAL SALE OF STORE CATTLE AND SHEET AT MILNATHORT.

SPECIAL SALE OF STORE CATTLE AND SHEET AT MILNATHORT.

Maodonald, Fraser, k Co.. Ltd.. held a special sale store cattle and sheep yesterday, when th-ry had lorward store cattle. 410 cross lambs and blacklaced ewes. A lair demand was experienced for all stock, and e clearance effected. bullocks in, and £21 £25 ■ smaller. JEll to £1.4
07 November 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
??? All *t - ~' °t Q reports were submitted Sv nua ' of Arbroath Garla«f *"• i Production Associa-

??? All *t - ~' °t Q reports were submitted Sv nua ' of Arbroath Garla«f *"• i Production Associa-

V "jiTd n The plots taken up Pn. a . . t " e membership standi at ha, <,a -' statement showed the in- m £103 9s . 5d > and the ex "*«. leaving a balance of
07 November 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
REPATRIATED CUPAR PRISONER OF WAR ARRIVES HOME.

REPATRIATED CUPAR PRISONER OF WAR ARRIVES HOME.

VV M m r» v o num c.. Private William Todd, Black Watch, son of and Mrs Todd, Front Lebanon, Cupar, who was taken prisoner by the Germans on 21st March last, has arrived home on sick leave from Bangour Hospital. After six weeks' confinement he lost his right hand while working a
07 November 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE TO ASK

MONTROSE FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE TO ASK

FOR WITHDRAWAL OF LICENSE FOR 9£D LOAF IN THE BURGH. Montrose Food ContrQl Committee last night, view of a communication from Colonel Rose, Divisional Commissioner, came to the unanimous finding to recommend that authority should be given by the Ministry for the reduction in the
07 November 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
"Swan" Pens are made and sold to-day than ever before yet dealers stocks are small THIS IS the natural consequence

"Swan" Pens are made and sold to-day than ever before yet dealers stocks are small THIS IS the natural consequence

of the enormously increased demand, both at Nome, for the forcr-s, and for export. DEALERS' supplies are rationed. Those who have for years sold " SWAN" Pens largely and regularly, now naturally receive the more frequent supplies. Go to the shops where "Swan" Pens are shown in t
07 November 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHICAGO PRODUCE.

CHICAGO PRODUCE.

Chicago, Tuesday Evening. Wheat opened firm, and | lg higher, owing to clear, hot weather in the droughtstricken grain fields in the North-West and Canada. The report from North Dakota predicted that there will be one-third of the usual yield in that State. The market also rose
29 June 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TRAGIC AFFAIR AT INVERNESS.

TRAGIC AFFAIR AT INVERNESS.

Yesterday afternoon the body of Alexander Macdonald, attendant at the Inverness District Asylum, was found in the Caledonian Canal at Muirtown Wharf, Inverness. Deceased, who was thirty-five years of age, had been since Saturday evening, and it is supposed that while on his way
29 June 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHILD FATALLY BURNED IN THE MEARNS.

CHILD FATALLY BURNED IN THE MEARNS.

Duncan, the two-year-old child of Mr Duncan, farm servant, Brinzieshili, Arbuthnott, died yesterday morning from the effects of burning injuries. It seems that the child had on Sunday evening risen out of bed and made her way towards the fire in the temporary absence of the moth
29 June 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EARTHQUAKES IN ALGERIA

EARTHQUAKES IN ALGERIA

Pans, Tuesday. Telegrams from Algiers state that seismic shocks oontinue to take place the district of AumaJe. The population are camping the open country. el Enech suffered particularly from the earthquakes, and twelve Algerians were killed. The Military Health Department has r
29 June 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The late Mrs Julia Scaramanga, of London and Isle Wight, daughter of the late Mr Eustratio Ralli, left estate of

The late Mrs Julia Scaramanga, of London and Isle Wight, daughter of the late Mr Eustratio Ralli, left estate of

the gross value of £313,000, with net personalty valued at £310,000. Musical Successes. —The following pupils of H. Everitt Loseby have been successful in passing the school examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. in violin playing: —Higher Grade (with dist
29 June 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland