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ASQUITH AND PEERS.

ASQUITH AND PEERS.

Mr Asquith. speaking a t Brighton last; night, declared the issues now at stake were even greater than in 1906. Not since the days Simon de Montfort had so many Peers addressed so many meetings as during the past four weeks. If these noble orators could only induced to continue
05 January 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GULLAND DEFIES THE CLEVEREST BIRD-CATCHER

GULLAND DEFIES THE CLEVEREST BIRD-CATCHER

TO PUT SALT ON THE TAIL OF TARIFF REFORM. Tayport is not enamoured with deputies. Last night Mr J W Gulland. M.P. for Dumfries District, addressed a meeting in the Drill Hall, but the attendance was by means encouraging. Provost Greig presided. HOW TO TREAT THE LORDS. Gulland as
05 January 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BLAIRGOWRIE.

BLAIRGOWRIE.

Yesterday afternoon a*, a meeting the La-diea' Unionist Association na« apreed to dissolve the Association.
05 January 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Hon. Neil Primrose, who dislocated his shoulder while hunting - , left London for March yesterday pursue his candidature for

Hon. Neil Primrose, who dislocated his shoulder while hunting - , left London for March yesterday pursue his candidature for

North Cambridgeshire. The accident will not interfere with his campaign. Sir A. Acland Hood his address issued yesterday to the electors of the Western or Wellington Division of Somerset, states that he stands for united Empire, for Tariff Reform, and strong Navy. is against a s
05 January 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEWBURGH ABSTAINERS' SOCIAL.

NEWBURGH ABSTAINERS' SOCIAL.

The annual concert and dance, of the Total Abstainers' Association took place in the Public Hall last night. There was a good attendance, and the programme comprised songs, duets, arid quartettes F. Graham, C. Morris, M. Kilgour. and J. Pitkethly, and Messrs .las. Beveridge, J.
05 January 1910 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MR CARLYLE ON UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENTS.

MR CARLYLE ON UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENTS.

Mr Cabxyle is not a talker; one of his well known aspirations is after an age of silence ; and are not prepared to say that the Chelsea philosopher and recluse appeared to the greatest advantage on the platform of the Edinburgh Music Hall. Anybody who has read his books i the fr
04 April 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Wednesday Morning. THE GERMAN QUESTION. Berlin, April 2.—On the 31st ult., Count Karolji, the Austrian Minister in Berlin, delivered Count Yon Bisuiarck a note, of which the following is said to be a correct summary :— " It has come to the knowledge of the Imperial Government th
04 April 1866 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFARSHIRE JUNIOR CUP.

FORFARSHIRE JUNIOR CUP.

THIRD AND FOURTH ROUND DRAWS. The third and fourth rounds of the Forfa* shire Juoior Cup were made last night as follows: THIRD BOUND. Dundee Harp v. Cfcutril, Arbroath Fairfield. Dundee Faixfield, RoseTaJe, Dundee Celtic or Joseph's, Dundee Arnot, and Arbroaih BoTer.;. FOURTH B
19 October 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MOORS SUFFER LOSS

MOORS SUFFER LOSS

Melilla, Monday. Moors la.st attacked the positions occupied the King's Infantry Regiment and the I>oon Rogitnent at Nodor, but were repulsed with heavy loss.—Reuter.
19 October 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MOTORIST WILL. STAND TRIAL

MOTORIST WILL. STAND TRIAL

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. Dartford yesterday Mr Clif&an Robinson was again charged with mans! laughter connection with th? death of hoppers, Thomas and Annii Goulding, who were killed by a motor car driven by Mr Ro'binson. A police constable stated that the night the aocident he t
19 October 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland