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DUNDEE JUTE MERCHANT OUT ON BAIL.

DUNDEE JUTE MERCHANT OUT ON BAIL.

ALLEGATION OF FRAUDULENT DEALING. Julius Shollv Rosenzweig (28), a partner in the firm of Rose Brothers, jute and linen merchants, 4 India Buildings, Dundee, who was arrested on Friday, has been liberated on bail of £500. Rosenzweig was examined before Sheriff Malcolm at Dundee
12 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
 
Recall the most satisfactory pair of shoes you ever had! They were comfortable first of all—they wore well, and they

Recall the most satisfactory pair of shoes you ever had! They were comfortable first of all—they wore well, and they

were stylish. Gentlemen will find just that desirable combination in Edwin Clapp Shoes. For seventy years they have been the standard of what good shoes for men should be. T hey are made in one grade only—»the best. We would like to demonstrate their goodness by fitting you with
08 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
B.B. INSPECTIONS IN DUNDEE.

B.B. INSPECTIONS IN DUNDEE.

Four Companies on Parade. Four companies of tho Dundee Battalion the Boys' Brigade came under the eyes of inspecting officers last night. The Ist Dundee Company (St Paul's U.F. Church), who held their annual inspection tho Mission Hall, Overgate, were complimented by Captain D.
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRODUCE MARKETS.

PRODUCE MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL, Friday.—Su*ar—Crystals, 45s 9d; gTan., 43s Sd; cubes, 46s 6d. Bacon—Cumbs., 688. Lard steady. Unrefined, 6d; refined, 60s 6d. Cheese scarce. Butter steady. Da.niah, 2125; New Zealand, 1765. Ric«, coffe«, cocoa, gum, hamp, linseed, petroleum, turpentine, logwood iuslic
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TENNIS COURTS IN DUFFUS PARK.

TENNIS COURTS IN DUFFUS PARK.

Cricket Club's Conditions Agreed To. A letter was submitted from the Committee of Cupar Cricket Club at the Duffus Park Board meeting last night regarding the application of a committee who desired to form a new tennis club and erect two hard courts at the paddock on the west si
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE MEN'S CLUB ACTIVITIES.

MONTROSE MEN'S CLUB ACTIVITIES.

The Men's Club of St Luke's U.F. Church, Montrose, have appointed the following as office-bearers for next season: Hon. president, Rev. R. F. Lockhart; hon. vice-presidents. Messrs Wm. Scott, sen., ex- Bailie Plenderleith, A. Taylor, and J. M. Murray; president, ex-Bailio Wallac
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland