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Dress. SPECIAL INTIMATION. HIGH STREET, DUN- I DEE, WHICH WE HOPE OPEN TIME FOR THE SUMMER TRADE. DETAILS LATER. THE

Dress. SPECIAL INTIMATION. HIGH STREET, DUN- I DEE, WHICH WE HOPE OPEN TIME FOR THE SUMMER TRADE. DETAILS LATER. THE

FIRST BRANCH OF THE GLASGOW COLOSSEUM NOW OPEN IN DUNDEE. SHARE IN THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS NOW ON SALE. THE GREAT BARGAIN SALE WILL LAST ONLY TILL MARCH. SEE WINDOWS TO-DAY. SEE WINDOWS TO-DAY. COLOSSEUM, 16 REFORM STREET. GLASGOW COLOSSEUM WAREHOUSE COMPY. SOLE PROPRIETORS—MR WA
03 March 1891 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONIKIE.

MONIKIE.

Mrs Robertson, The Elms. Mo® with startling suddenness on Thursday' r« with some friends she was caught i(l Vyl and collapsed within yards 6 \ifi I Before assistance could be procured succumbed.
16 January 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TERRORISTS CONDEMN LEADER.

TERRORISTS CONDEMN LEADER.

WHO IN PAY OF RUSSIAN POLICE. Par it, Friday. Eugene Philippovitch Azef, who has been condemned by the Russian Revolutionary Socialist Party, was recently in Paris, end summoned to appear before the Central Committee here, but failed to The committee met this day last "week, ami
16 January 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR. MAJOR ANSTRUTHER GRAY AND OLD AGE PENSIONS. TO THE EDITOR THE COURIEB. Sir,—On the point whether a

LETTERS TO EDITOR. MAJOR ANSTRUTHER GRAY AND OLD AGE PENSIONS. TO THE EDITOR THE COURIEB. Sir,—On the point whether a

persou who has £2000 in the bank may under certain circumstances become eligible for old age pension Major Anstruther Gray has tight plaoe. He is right and I wrong, and I apologise to him for having questioned his deductions, which, I can assure him, was done in good faith. The
16 January 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Public Notices. BURGH OF DUNDEE OITY RATES-YEAR 1908-1909. RATEPAYERS arc reminded that the CITY RATES should Paid fit the COLLECTOR'S

Public Notices. BURGH OF DUNDEE OITY RATES-YEAR 1908-1909. RATEPAYERS arc reminded that the CITY RATES should Paid fit the COLLECTOR'S

OFFICE forthwith. As provided the Corporation Order, 190".. Section 99 (4), Abatement allowed Owners resp-jct Rente under and Short Period Lets, unless tneir Rates be Paid before 2d February, 1909, at the Latent. ALEX. W. STIVEN, C.A.. Collector. 95 Commercial Street. loth .la.;
16 January 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPECIAL STORE SALE AT ABERDEEN.

SPECIAL STORE SALE AT ABERDEEN.

At special sale store cattle and dairy cows at the Central Mart, Aberdeen, the offering in eluded excellent lot of Orkney and Caithness cattle. For all classes splendid demand prevailed, at fully last week's values. Calver cow« showed an advance in prices. Two-year-old bollocks
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RESULTS SUMMARY.

RESULTS SUMMARY.

CHARITY CUP FINAL. Rangers, 3; Queen's Park.* 1. PAISLEY CHARITY CUP. 8t Mirren, 4; Third Lanark. 1. DUMBARTON CHARITY CUP FINAL. Dumbarton, 1; Clydebank, 1. ROSEBERY CHARITY CUP FINAL. Hibernian, 3; Leith Athletic, 0. FALKIRK INFIRMARY SHIELD FINAL. Falkirk. 3; East Stirlingshi
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LORD COCHRANE WAR MEMORIAL.

LORD COCHRANE WAR MEMORIAL.

- TRIBUTE TO FALLEN OF PARISH. Lord Cochrane of Cults, panied by Lady Cochrane, 7 eß^ at noon, in the presence of a very uc ; ing, unveiled a monument of ape' x', stone with a handsome bronze mg twenty names erected to the fr *vi' 1 the men of the parish who feu war. Mr Andrew S
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WELL-KNOWN LOCHEE MAN DEAD

WELL-KNOWN LOCHEE MAN DEAD

Deep regret was felt by his many friends in Lochee at the announcement of the death of Mr A. N. Morris, who passed away very suddenly. Mr Morris, who was 72 y«ars of age, retired the beginning of March after having been about 59 years in the service of Cox Brothers, Ltd. He was
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JACK DEMPSEY OFF TO AMERICA

JACK DEMPSEY OFF TO AMERICA

TO TOUR BRITISH MUSIC HALLS THIS YEAR What He Thinks Georges Carpentier Jack Dempeey, the world champion boxer, left London on Saturday for America. is making short visit to his home, for in three months he will be back for a musio hall tour of Great Britain. lie has received tw
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland