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P®iffdP!ff^cffisi®iffcSdP!SW!£®dS cs'cS3i33cfficffcsic5 :j SMART TO CARRY A woman's handbag is her inseparable companion. All the more ;« reason, then, why

P®iffdP!ff^cffisi®iffcSdP!SW!£®dS cs'cS3i33cfficffcsic5 :j SMART TO CARRY A woman's handbag is her inseparable companion. All the more ;« reason, then, why

it should be as smart and individual as f>ossiblc. This year's handbags are more exciting than ever. '• Something very new is this bag grey tweed, with a small check. It has 4 diagonal insertion in bigger check a cute wooden and chromium Also in brown 21/- A pretty bag for gener
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Telephone No. 4022 (5 Lines). f The Store that Satisfies.' !|lllllllll!lllllll£ Telegrami: ' Animated,' Dundee. = MADAME WOODROFF OF LEICHENER

Telephone No. 4022 (5 Lines). f The Store that Satisfies.' !|lllllllll!lllllll£ Telegrami: ' Animated,' Dundee. = MADAME WOODROFF OF LEICHENER

BEAUTY = | PREPARATIONS is in attendance on the Ground Floor = = to advise you on the CARE OF THE SKIN and the == E Art of Make-Up. SPECIAL TALKS and DEMONSTRATIONS by Madame Woodroff in the TEAROOM ANNEXE at 11.30 and 3.30. | LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED Art. Spun Silk SUMMER « FRO
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Education. ST ANDREWS. ew park preparatory school FOR BOYS (Age 7 to 14) has VACANCIES for BOARDERS and DAY BOYS.

Education. ST ANDREWS. ew park preparatory school FOR BOYS (Age 7 to 14) has VACANCIES for BOARDERS and DAY BOYS.

Thr School is excellently situated in extensive giounds in t!he Royal Burgh of St Andrews, and is under the charge of fully-qualified Masters and Matron _ Excellent facilities for Outdoor jports and Riding. Full particulars of Fees, &c., on application to the Headmaster. Mr CUTH
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shops and Business Premises to Let CASTLE STREET. LARGE business flat, suitable for office or wholesale business. J. kE. Shepherd,

Shops and Business Premises to Let CASTLE STREET. LARGE business flat, suitable for office or wholesale business. J. kE. Shepherd,

31 Panmure Street. ALBERT Square (Royal Exchange Court).—'Tworoomed office. Lickley, Kirk Place, King St. TW'ETHERGATE.—Shed, with about 3000 square i.* feet of space, on three floors. Lickley, Kirk Place, King Street. -| SOUTH Tay Street.—Two rooms on entrance floor, suitable b
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POLICE MERGER APPROVED

POLICE MERGER APPROVED

Amalgamation of the police forces in the counties of Aberdeen, Banff. Kincardine, and the combined county of Moray and Nairn has been approved by the Scottish Secretary and will come into effect on May 16 next year. The combined force will be known as the Scottish North-Eastern
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FISHING A JOB FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

FISHING A JOB FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

Montrose Town Council and the Harbour Committee last night discussed the revival of the fishing industry. The talks followed proposal to the Harbour Board a fortnight ago by Councillor Miss Glory Adams that they consider wgy# of developing the industry. After the meeting it was
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COAL BOARD SHOWS A PROFIT

COAL BOARD SHOWS A PROFIT

National Coal Board income exceeded expenditure for the first quarter of this year by £501,154. The board's quarterly statement was published vfesterday, a week after their first annual report showed a loss of over £23 million. There was a profit for the quarter of £4.351,154, i
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Injured Driver Stops Train

Injured Driver Stops Train

Leonard Belk, driver on the miniature Romney, Hythe and Dvmchurch railway, Keut, was found with head injuries in the cabin of his holiday " special from Hythe to Dungeness yesterday. The train was carrying over 100 passengers. Belk, it is thought, might have hit his head on a co
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DICTATION TO FARMERS

DICTATION TO FARMERS

DICTATION FARMERS In the Commons last •V®'', 1 ure , ' Williams, Minister of -Agru approval of the Agriculture Wy Directions—Maximum Area l»»» Order, 1948, which applies *> Wales. ~. . facili* It was designed, h ® . sa d ' , f oo d production of those kinds of , r eg national int
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DOCTOR AND WIFE SUE BUS OWNERS

DOCTOR AND WIFE SUE BUS OWNERS

Proof was heard at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court, yesterday in actions for over £2000 against Messrs W. Alexander & Sons, Ltd., bus proprietors, Kirkcaldy. Dr Alexander Hunter Forman, Ravenswood, Church Street. Buckhaven. suing for £1750, and his wife, Mrs Jessie Forman, for £400. Pur
20 July 1948 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland