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J. TOSH, ARBROATH, WINS

J. TOSH, ARBROATH, WINS

TOSH, ARBROATH, WINS NORTH OF SCOTLAND MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIP. After splendid run, J. Tosh, Arbroath, the well-known runner, carried off the championship of the North of Scotland in a Marathon race at Gayfield, Arbroath, on Saturday. The race was a challenge one between Tosh and G
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIRTHS. DAVIE.*At 17

BIRTHS. DAVIE.*At 17

BIRTHS. DAVIE.—At 17 Osborne Place, Dundee, the | Aug., Mr And Mrs T. w. Davie, son. y HUMJS.—At 323 Hainault Road, Leytonstone, 31st August, to Captaia and Mrs B- Hume, a son. MARRIAGES. HARVEY—CUFFE—At St Parish London, Aug. 17 th, by the Rev. C-.a Livesey, Thos. Webster Harvey
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET.

WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET.

Winnipeg, Tuesday. Wheat opened iavourable, and closed steady to %c rise. „ „ _ To-D&y. Prer. Day. »*=» December 59%—59% 60%—59% Rye very steady, %c to dearer. To-Day. Prer. Day. July 34% 53% October _ 36 35^ December 36% 36% Oats firm V/gc to rise. _ To-Day. Prer. Day. July 35%
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HERRING MARKETS.

HERRING MARKETS.

ROTHESAY.—First landings »ummer herring yesterday from Cumbrae district. Price, 5s per basket. Quality very fine. MACDUFF.—Seventeen boats landed a total 13 crans. Prices, 17g to 21s per basket. Quality ialr. All for freshing purposes. _ LKRWICK.—Twenty arrivals averaged 38 cran
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE PUBLIC HEALTH ESTIMATES

FIFE PUBLIC HEALTH ESTIMATES

Approved by Committee at Cupar Ex-Provost Blarney, Cowdenbeath, who presided at meeting of Fife Public Health Committee at Cupar yesterday, paid tribute to the memory of Dr Nisbet, medical officer for the Lochgelly area. Dr Nisbet, he said, was doing his usual work up to Friday
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE SCOUT WEEK ACTIVITY

DUNDEE SCOUT WEEK ACTIVITY

Fun and Adventure in Lochee Baths Scout Week activity in Dundee last night took the form of a " grand splash " in Lochee Baths. There was a particularly large attendance, and special arrangements had to made to cope with the crowd. An extra consignment of towels and "pants" was
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NO BAR AGAINST WOMEN MINISTERS

NO BAR AGAINST WOMEN MINISTERS

CONTINUING U.F. CHURCH ASSEMBLY OPENS Rev. Dr R. D. M. Forrester the New Moderator The ihird annual Assembly of the United Free ("Church of Scotland (Continuing) was opened in the Music Hall, George . Street., Edinburgh, yesterday, when delegates and others, numbering over 500,
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHIEFTAIN OF CRI? GAMES

CHIEFTAIN OF CRI? GAMES

SIR lAIN i nVI b^>' Sir lain Colquho^' High Commissioner t of the Church £ accepted the ' - be Chieftain, of J- lfl be held on 20th Crieff "
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Entertainments. LA SCALA, DUNDEE'S FINEST WHEELER and WOOLSEY THEIR LATEST MIRTHQUAKE, "CAUGHT PLASTERED." BETTY COMPSON and IVAN LEBEDEFF in "The

Entertainments. LA SCALA, DUNDEE'S FINEST WHEELER and WOOLSEY THEIR LATEST MIRTHQUAKE, "CAUGHT PLASTERED." BETTY COMPSON and IVAN LEBEDEFF in "The

Gay Diplomat." CINEMA ALL THI3 WEEK SUPER SOUND CINEMA. TWO EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONS. LEW CODY and SALLY BLANE In Thrilling Mystery Drama, "X MARKS THE SPOT." Also— ANNE GREY and HUME " THE HAPPY ENDING."
08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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08 June 1932 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland