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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN \.COURT.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN \.COURT.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN \ COURT. In Portsmouth County Court yasterday, a servant named Halsey sued ilr Steele, a Londou banker, j for £3 wages due. The defence was that the girl | wa« not in defendant's service, but in that of ihss ' Vanderberg, from whom defendant took a furnishe
14 December 1888 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

GENERAL CONDITIONS EASY; GOLD CHEAPER. London, Tuesday. There was no change in general conditions to-day in the Mflney market. Call loans were usually quoted at er cent., but towards the close balances came on bffer at per cent., while weekly loans ruled at i to $ per cent. Disc
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INFORMATION FOR CREDITORS.

INFORMATION FOR CREDITORS.

(From the Edinburgh Gazette.) JOHN CAMPBELL, farmer, formerly Uth July in the Faculty Hall, The Castle, Inverness. „ _ RIACH k, GRAY radio dealers. 6 Grevfriars Street, Elgin, and Charles friach, radio dealer, residing at The City and Duncan Gray radio engineer, residing at 39 R
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONIFIETH "SLUM" CHARGE DENIED

MONIFIETH "SLUM" CHARGE DENIED

COUNCIL WORKMEN'S WAGE CUT RESTORED House Subsidy Discussion In Private The statement that there were no slums in Monifieth was repeated at Monifieth Town Council meeting last night. At previous meeting the medical officer's report for 1932 had been submitted, and that time Mr M
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANGUS BOWLING TITLE TIES

ANGUS BOWLING TITLE TIES

Semi-Finals at Forfar This Week The first stage of the Forfarshire Bowling Association championships has now been completed with the following results: SINGLE-HANDED—Forfar (J. A. Dick) 21, Kirriemuir (A. M'Gregor) 14; Melville (Jas. Dakers) 21, Montrose (A. Easson) 15; Monifiet
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOW HIGHLAND Ist PRIZE WAS WON

HOW HIGHLAND Ist PRIZE WAS WON

SPECIALLY ADMIRED THE DUCHESS By Our Lady Correspondent. rpHE Duchess of York, the " People's Friend," and the " Highland " these three are providing the topics of conversation in every home in the Argyllshire village of Lochgilphead. Mrs Macgregor, whose family have long been a
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A WARM WEATHER SNAG

A WARM WEATHER SNAG

Motor Notes and Alews. TV"EVER was such weather for touring in Scotland. Our fondest expectations of an ideal motoring summer are being exceeded. From all quarters comes the news of pleasant days in the open-air. The phenomenal heat is not an unmixed blessing for motorists. Most
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOOKS RECEIVED

BOOKS RECEIVED

MR NEVER-LOST, by A Turnbull.-W u Chambers, Ltd.. London. 6d. " SCOTLAND'S CAPITAL, by W. F. Arbuckl®—W R- Chambers, Ltd., London. " MYSTERY ON THE CENTRE COURT Hilda Willett.—Stanley Paul & Co., Ltd don. 6a. ' on THE CRILLY COURT MYSTERY, by Harrv Stephen Keeler.—Ward, Lock & W
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DRIVING IN THE 11 OPEN."

DRIVING IN THE 11 OPEN."

The Open Championship will decide whether or not the best, golfers come from Scotland, but it is interesting note that the best tyres come from " India " —and that's saying from Scotland, for Inchinnan is said be the home of " the finest tyres made," just as St Andrews is the ho
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Not an Easy Business

Not an Easy Business

''^ , seem to be under the j'' that to a housewife is 'it j !•<.' tie ... the world, and there- C i alit i COunfcb most important one, * tude of subjects fro*" lis Hon the science! The people 'h >)■ r e *treme and consider h.'N Ti. M ' or k mere drudgery are A l5 on] y drudgery
05 July 1933 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland