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LIVERPOOL COTTON—Saturday.

LIVERPOOL COTTON—Saturday.

Futures close steady, 18 to 21 advance —May, 17.53 d; .June, 17.36 d; July. 16.90 d; Oct., 14. Bad; lan.. 14.32 d; March. 14.20 d; May, 14.7 d. Egyptian close quiet. 3 up to 9 down- May, 22.27 d; July, 21.67 d; Oct., 19.65 d; Nov., 19.5 d.
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NATIONALIST COUP IN SAXONY

NATIONALIST COUP IN SAXONY

COMMUNISTS OVER' WHELMEDAT Fierce Fighting Outs'®! Town Kaiser's Son Present Militarist Gathering German Nationalists, 10,000 terday descended on the Red t° wn .^j ,#' . in Saxony, completely overwhe Communist opposition. Fierce battles took place on the high r ° casualties are
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS.

NEWS FROM ALL PARTS.

The King will hold a levee at St Palace on Monday, 2d June. , t ' Mr Ramsay Mac Donald motor 6 {|> Chequers on Saturday afternoon week-end. ' Washington message states there t' 1 no news of Major Martin, the leader U.S. world flight, who is missing in Many hundreds of fishermen
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DRUNK MOTORIST SENT TO PRISON.

DRUNK MOTORIST SENT TO PRISON.

JUDGE ON A " PUBLIC MENACE." "It is shocking the number people who are brought to this Court charged with being drunk in charge of motor cars. It is a public menace, and there is only one way ot dealing with it," said Sir Chartres Biron Bow Street Police Court, London, on Saturd
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LABOUR CANDIDATE FOR KELVIN GROVE.

LABOUR CANDIDATE FOR KELVIN GROVE.

LIBERALS' CHOICE REFUSES NOMINATION. Glasgow Labour party yesterday decided to adopt Mr Aitken Ferguson as their candidate for tho Kelvingrove by-election. The name of Bailie Dollan, originally submitted, was withdrawn to secure unanimity between the two sections of the party. C
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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PUTTING GREENS FOR LESLIE.

PUTTING GREENS FOR LESLIE.

MRS A. RAMSAY WIGHT PERFORMS OPENING CEREMONY. interesting ceremony took place on Saturday afternoon in connection with the opening of a putting green laid down on the Town Lands Leslie Town Council. There are two courses of 18 holes each, nice'y enclosed and having a suitablo p
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE MINISTER'S FAREWELL SERMON.

DUNDEE MINISTER'S FAREWELL SERMON.

largo congregation attended the service in Matthew's Pariah ChurchL Dundee, yegttjjday, where Rev. M. Neilson his farewell address prior to his departure to the parish of New Deer, Aberdeenshire. in his sermon remarked that his ministry at St Matthew's had been short, but he ask
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRODUCE MARKETS.

PRODUCE MARKETS.

LONDON SUGAR. Saturday.—A moderate business was conducted spot parcels, and prices ehov,*ed no material change. Of British refined, Messrs Tale LTie's cubes, 3d; gTanulatcd, 42s 43s lVjd, to quality; yellow crystals, 40s white Java, epot, 40s 40s 3d, sample; do., May-June 23s 6d
12 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IJOUBSKBEFEIt Eceki Itnengairament Hotel, Licensed or Private Club or Restaurant; tborontbli , experieneed in all departments:season or permanent: Wilma testimonX—

IJOUBSKBEFEIt Eceki Itnengairament Hotel, Licensed or Private Club or Restaurant; tborontbli , experieneed in all departments:season or permanent: Wilma testimonX—

T.. amities library, Bate. HOTEL Book-keeping easily Inwood Postal arrest. Past bold yood bertha. Booklet free.—Hr. L. Martin. Hotel Acsoutatiet, Clifton HOW*. Italoombeemni , Hayward* Heath. MTABTED, Housemaid-Waitress; also a deullerylnald. Apply Mount otel, Docks. rt WANTBD.i
12 May 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
NO PLAY AT LEICESTER.

NO PLAY AT LEICESTER.

*Mg disappointment was experienced F. daturday,_ the mstch column I am able to give a photograph of the South African captain taken since he arrived in England. and snottier photograph. which was alleged to be his and published broadcast, but which is actually the photograph of
12 May 1924 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales