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POLICE DISCOVERY NEAR EASTBOURNE

POLICE DISCOVERY NEAR EASTBOURNE

WHAT REFUSE DUMP CONCEALED Dustman's Encounter With Bungalow Occupant The search for the missing head Mis? Emily Kaye at Eastbourne was partly successful yesterday. The police were instructed to assist a local contractor's workmen to examine the refuse dump where the contents of
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EASY VICTORY FOR MIDDLESEX

EASY VICTORY FOR MIDDLESEX

GOOD BOWLING BY TATE AGAINST CAMBRIDGE Oxford's Poor Batting As expected, Middlesex beat Hampshire Lord's yesterday. The winners, who have begun the season in good style, triumphed by eight wickets. Tate was in excellent bowling form for Sussex, and took six Cambridge wickets fo
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

PERTH, Friday.—Very few samples offer. Oats shade firmer *t 9» to 9* 6d. Wheat a good trado 10s per cwt.; distilling barley, 10s 10s 9d; barley, 9s; rye, Bs— all per cwt. „ . MONTROSE. Friday.—Very email supply train. Wheat steady last week's rates. Barley. nothins doing. Oats T
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SALE OF GRAZING CATTLE, SHEEP, AND COWS AT PERTH.

SALE OF GRAZING CATTLE, SHEEP, AND COWS AT PERTH.

Macdonald, Fraser, & Co., Ltd., held the second ol their annual May sales home-wintered one and two year old grazing bollocks and heiiers, cross and hall-bred blacktam ewe and wether hoggs, ewes with lambs at loot, and milch cows at Perth yesterday, the catalogue which comprised
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SEMI-JUBILEE IFTS TO CRIEFF MINISTER

SEMI-JUBILEE IFTS TO CRIEFF MINISTER

PRESENT and former 1,1 CONGREGATIONS. -f Ja" ectl 5 n with the semi-jubilee of 8.D., North U.F. 'IV ' a social meeting was held in W er ® 0U i Crieff, last night. a , ar e attendance, presided over h' > raon Meikle, Strathearn Hydroof the congregation. 6 th"o . evenin Mr Ferguso
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WORKING HARDER BUT NOT SO LONG.

WORKING HARDER BUT NOT SO LONG.

What the Mines Inquiry Reveals. The Court of Inquiry on conditions the mining industry, whose report was issued yesterday, was hampered its limited terms of reference. It was not asked to recommend solution of the problem of miners' wages. Its job wa3 to determine whether certai
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Home Rule “Economy.”

Home Rule “Economy.”

Mr lan Macpherson supported Mr Buchanan's Scottish Home Rule Bill yesterday on the ground that it would lead to economy in administration. It is a queer kind of economy that would set up two Parliaments where one did the work before. Are Parliaments, with their retinue of offici
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIBERALS TO FIGHT KELVINGROVE.

LIBERALS TO FIGHT KELVINGROVE.

Miss Helen Fraser Invited to Stand. Miss Helen Fraser has been unanimously invited by the Kelvingrove Liberal Association to contest the bye-election in their interests. reply has yet been received from Miss Fraser, but the Liberals will fight the seat. Miss Fraser, the authores
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HOW SCOTLAND WORKS.

HOW SCOTLAND WORKS.

Census Sidelight On Occupations. The occupations of the people of Scotland form the subject of the third volume the Report on the Census which was taken on 19th June, 1921. Iho total number males aged 12 and upwards was 1,771,228, and of these 1,543,177 or 87.1 per cent, were re
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TREAT FOR DUNFERMLINE INSTITUTION INMATES.

TREAT FOR DUNFERMLINE INSTITUTION INMATES.

A treat, organised by Mr James Ross, of the 1.0. G.T., Rosyth, was given to the inmates of the Dunfermline Combination Ilo'me and Hospital last night After musical programme, gifts of tobacco and cigarettes were distributed to the male inmates, and fruits and sweetg to the femal
10 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland