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MONEY AND STOCKS.

MONEY AND STOCKS.

Friday. Saturday- Exchanges—Paris, ... 25.15J, 25.15.? New York, 4.37.37* 4.87.25 Calcutta, Is 4d Is Buenos Ayres Gold Prem., 127.40 127.30 Silver, ... 22§d Bank rate, 4 p.c. SCOTTISH BANK RATES. SPECIAL BATES FOR BILLS PAYABLE LONDON. BiiJ« not exceeding .wo currency, 4 p.c. Bi
22 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Clyde Shipbuilding; Boom.

Clyde Shipbuilding; Boom.

It never rains but it pours. With the welcome announcement that Fairfield are to build one the new Cunarders there come reports of extensive bookings of fresh work all over the Clyde. It is computed that within the past week from 40,000 to 50,000 tons of new shipping have been p
22 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER. AMERICA AND ARBITRATION. THE NAVIES COMPARED. DAILY MAIL SERVICE. INTERESTING CENSUS FIGURES. A THACKERAY SALE. [By Courier

OUR LONDON LETTER. AMERICA AND ARBITRATION. THE NAVIES COMPARED. DAILY MAIL SERVICE. INTERESTING CENSUS FIGURES. A THACKERAY SALE. [By Courier

Special Wire.] 109 Fleet Street, E.C., Sunday Evening. There is little fresh news regarding the situation Venezuela, though the public iuterest in it shows no signs of abating. The deadlock, if the tenia may be rightly applied, owes its existence to the fact that Britain and Ger
22 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Steady-Going Cunarder. Among the saloon passengers of the Saxonia, which has arrived at Liverpool from Boston, were Mrs Barran, Mr

Steady-Going Cunarder. Among the saloon passengers of the Saxonia, which has arrived at Liverpool from Boston, were Mrs Barran, Mr

A. G Boumphrey Mr W. Cochrane, Mr W. Hepton Mrs S. A. Van- Marter, Mr and Mrs G. W. Sherman, and Mr and Mrs Tedeastle. The passengers stated that they had a good passage although rough weather was experienced in the Atlantic. They were delighted with the steamer. Mr Hepton, of L
22 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BROUGHTY FERRY.

BROUGHTY FERRY.

Happy Evenings.—The Saturday evening meetings in Brown Street Hall are proving as popular as in previbus seasons. At Saturday's meeting the Rev. M. D. Macgilvray presided, and gave address. The piogramme was admirably sustained by Misses Hunter and Milne; and Messrs Macfarlane a
22 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CORN MARKETS

CORN MARKETS

DUNDEE, Friday—Small attendance, few samples on offer Market quiet. Quotations Wheat 60 63 lb.- . 20s- to 226 barley (chev.) 55 to 56 lbs. 25s 26* 6d; do. (common, best), 6d to 23b' : iaferor, 15s upwards; oats (best), 40 to 42 lbs.. 16? to 17s 6<i; inferior, 15s upwards; rye (c
27 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE WHISKY TRADE.

DUNDEE WHISKY TRADE.

REVIEW OF YEAR'S OPERATIONS. LARGE COLONIAL SHIPMENTS. The year which is now drawing to a close has been, the whole, a fairly prosperous one for those engaged in the whisky trade in Dundee. All departments of the trade, and especially the export branch, have maintained a very st
27 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMERCIAL ITEMS.

COMMERCIAL ITEMS.

The silk cocoon crop of Spain 1901 was less by 55,000 kiilogs than that of the preceding year. The Leeds Forge Company have had tender accepted for 150 steel waggons (80,000 lb. capacity) for South Africa. An order for fifty waggons has also been given, to the Darlington Waggon
26 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHE WANTED PEACE.

SHE WANTED PEACE.

AN AMUSING EXAMINATION. "TURTLE DOVES" AT VARIANCE. The West London Magistrates Wednesday resumed the hearing the charges of persistent emelty brought again-st Julius Jacob a bookmaker, Eastdale, Christchurch Road, East Sheen, by his wife Lizzie, who sought a separation. The wif
26 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
As, thanks principally The Latest Airship, to Marconi, the problem of utilising that mysterious substance, the ether, as a means

As, thanks principally The Latest Airship, to Marconi, the problem of utilising that mysterious substance, the ether, as a means

of communication between great distances has practically solved, so, too, during the present year of grace, have great strides been made in the domain of aeronautical science. Santos Dumont, despite his disappointments in attempting to combat gravitation, succeeded in traversing
26 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland