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PRODUCE MARKETS.

PRODUCE MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL, Wednesday.—.Sugar—No. 1 crystals, 45s 9d; granulated, cubes, 6d. Baron —Cum bet-lands, 66?. Lard—Unrefined, 63s refined. 6d. Cheese —Canadian nominal. Hotter 2125; New Zealand. 1725. Rice, coffee, cocoa, resin, gum, hemp, petroleum, turpentine, logwood, fustic, and fa
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER.

TO-DAY'S WEATHER.

THUNDERY SHOWERS. Meteorological Office, London, Wednesday Night. England S.«D. E., Midlands E.—Wind W. to ■N.W., fresh, mainly lair, hut some thundery showers; visibility good: rather cold. Midlands W.. England S.W., and Wales.—Wind N.W. fresh or strong; mainly fair, but eome t
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHURCH PATRONAGE METHODS

CHURCH PATRONAGE METHODS

DECISIONS OF*EPISCOPAL COUNCIL AT DUNDEE More Movement of Clergy Advocated The necessity for the religious instruction of youth was empKasised at the Representative Church Council of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, who opened their annual meetings in the Foresters' Hall, Dunde
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE CONGREGATION'S SOCIAL GATHERING.

DUNDEE CONGREGATION'S SOCIAL GATHERING.

Albert Square U.F. Church congref, tional social meeting took place in . church hall, Dundee, last night, when G. R. Macphail presided over a large tendance. David Johnston the annual financial statement, and dresses were given by Messrs Jas. Macha l " , and W. L. Forrester. An
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PITTENWEEM WASTE PAPER COMPLAINT.

PITTENWEEM WASTE PAPER COMPLAINT.

Pittenweem Town Council —Provost Ogilvie presiding —passed a plan of a house to be erected Milton submitted on behalf of Mr Andrew Black, Kirklatch Farm. Bailie Wilson pointed out that several complaints had been made about the quantity of waste paper included in the\burgh's ref
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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WELL-KNOWN PITTENWEEM RESIDENT DEAD. The death has taken place of «one of Pittenweem'a oldest residents in the person of Mrs

WELL-KNOWN PITTENWEEM RESIDENT DEAD. The death has taken place of «one of Pittenweem'a oldest residents in the person of Mrs

Fergus Hughes, Francisville. Mrs Hughes was the widow Mr Fergus Hughes, fisherman, and was veil known amongst the fishing community. She was in her 78th year, and survived by three sons and three daughters.
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS to editor. f A __ R W SERVANT'S GRIEVANCE. Erin's av * n had the luck to bccome a

LETTERS to editor. f A __ R W SERVANT'S GRIEVANCE. Erin's av * n had the luck to bccome a

self rvan t> like many more, find my- Se nt ti a ra er Peculiar position at the pret't'ars ° ncerl 'ing my garden. It ap- A w - are under a penalty if we *hich Fran potatoes or certain kinds Mate +if r , G . eas y for us to get. I iMy fanners the general rule for the C:i,i su pp
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH DELEGATES IN DUNDEE.

SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH DELEGATES IN DUNDEE.

Courier " Photo. lose; Canon Hoper, Culross; Rev. W. Auchteiarder; Peterson, Cupar Rev. T. Critchley, Dunfermline; J. S. Stewart, ,Dunfermlirie; Canon Jobberns, Dun dee; Canon Howell, Glasgow,; Canon Martlett, Aberdeen; Canon Forbes, Turriff; Pro fessor Steggall, Dundee; Rev. W.
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CHASE AFTER DUNDEE BOOKIE.

CHASE AFTER DUNDEE BOOKIE.

CAUGHT WITH SLIPS HIS POSSESSION. Forty-four Dmdeo " punters*" fancies for the Newmarket races on Tuesday were ccnliscated at Dundee Polico Court yesterday, when Edward Trace v. driller, Ann Street, was lined £3, with the alternative twenty days' imprisonment, for having frequen
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland