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SPECIAL STORE SALE AT ABERDEEN.

SPECIAL STORE SALE AT ABERDEEN.

At special sale store cattle and dairy cows at the Central Mart, Aberdeen, the offering in eluded excellent lot of Orkney and Caithness cattle. For all classes splendid demand prevailed, at fully last week's values. Calver cow« showed an advance in prices. Two-year-old bollocks
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RESULTS SUMMARY.

RESULTS SUMMARY.

CHARITY CUP FINAL. Rangers, 3; Queen's Park.* 1. PAISLEY CHARITY CUP. 8t Mirren, 4; Third Lanark. 1. DUMBARTON CHARITY CUP FINAL. Dumbarton, 1; Clydebank, 1. ROSEBERY CHARITY CUP FINAL. Hibernian, 3; Leith Athletic, 0. FALKIRK INFIRMARY SHIELD FINAL. Falkirk. 3; East Stirlingshi
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LORD COCHRANE WAR MEMORIAL.

LORD COCHRANE WAR MEMORIAL.

- TRIBUTE TO FALLEN OF PARISH. Lord Cochrane of Cults, panied by Lady Cochrane, 7 eß^ at noon, in the presence of a very uc ; ing, unveiled a monument of ape' x', stone with a handsome bronze mg twenty names erected to the fr *vi' 1 the men of the parish who feu war. Mr Andrew S
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WELL-KNOWN LOCHEE MAN DEAD

WELL-KNOWN LOCHEE MAN DEAD

Deep regret was felt by his many friends in Lochee at the announcement of the death of Mr A. N. Morris, who passed away very suddenly. Mr Morris, who was 72 y«ars of age, retired the beginning of March after having been about 59 years in the service of Cox Brothers, Ltd. He was
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JACK DEMPSEY OFF TO AMERICA

JACK DEMPSEY OFF TO AMERICA

TO TOUR BRITISH MUSIC HALLS THIS YEAR What He Thinks Georges Carpentier Jack Dempeey, the world champion boxer, left London on Saturday for America. is making short visit to his home, for in three months he will be back for a musio hall tour of Great Britain. lie has received tw
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A HELPING HAND FOR “CLIMBERS,”

A HELPING HAND FOR “CLIMBERS,”

The first thing one does when one inherits a fortune is to hire a social instructor to teach one how to put on airs. Any family can get the swelled head by themselves, but they've got to learn how to do it gracefully. A social instructor teaches you how to your friends in societ
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ACROSS THE BORDER

ACROSS THE BORDER

SURREY'S COMMANDING POSITION Centuries By Fender And G. Gunn A big programme of county cricket in England provided some very fine play. Surrey had tha best score of the day, thanks to fine innings by Fender, who played delightful cricket for his 185 runs. The batting all over wa
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE GIRLS' GUILD OF FRIENDSHIP.

DUNDEE GIRLS' GUILD OF FRIENDSHIP.

SUCCESSFUL SALE OF WORK. The gratifying sum of over £36 was realised from sale of work held in Ward Mills Hall, Nethergate, Dundee, Saturday afternoon The sale was organised the enterprising girls of Ward Mills Guild of Friendship, under the supervision of Nurse Crouch and Miss
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOTEL AT GLENEAGLES.

HOTEL AT GLENEAGLES.

BUILDING TO BE RESUMED. It has definitely been decided resume the work of constructing the Gleneagles Hotel, which was suspended by the outbreak of war, and has since been abeyance. The hotel, which comprises an extensive range of buildings, forms part of the original scheme of
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Prepaid Charge for Insertion In Memorlam, or Acknowledged exceeding 27 words is 2s 6d» additional 6 words; and &

The Prepaid Charge for Insertion In Memorlam, or Acknowledged exceeding 27 words is 2s 6d» additional 6 words; and &

ti%i Mttritgj not exceeding 27 6d lor each additional 6 n»^c' must be authenticated 'I f dress of sender, and CANNOT BY TELEPHONIC TELE^^ B I R T 5- V x,"~ At ®°ad. Mr and Mrs W. Adams, » d , 11 I, ime Street the inst., to and r ~ s °n. RATTRAY.— At N'' the 13th Inst., to and ,
15 May 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland