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KIRK MICHAEL LADY'S ,SUDDEN DEATH. WIFE OF REV. JAMES Mrs James Mackay, tho Manse, michael, died early yesterday mornin^i? Mrs

KIRK MICHAEL LADY'S ,SUDDEN DEATH. WIFE OF REV. JAMES Mrs James Mackay, tho Manse, michael, died early yesterday mornin^i? Mrs

Mackay, who has acted as ° r^ C' of the churph, had played at both £ munion services on Sunday. When i home from the evening service she plained of not feeling well, and e worse during the night., Much sympathy goes out to T' ( "; Mackay in hi? loss. Mrs Mackay 0 to a distinguis
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
JUMP IN FRENCH HATE OF EXCHANGE.

JUMP IN FRENCH HATE OF EXCHANGE.

There was a setback the New York sterling-exchange yesterday. The French and Belgian rates were both higher. The following table shows the variations in Continental and American rates of exchange compared with the pre-war standard 1914. Yesterday, per £1. per,£i. Marks, German,
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FRIENDSHIP WITH FRENCHMAN

FRIENDSHIP WITH FRENCHMAN

BYFLEET WIDOW TELLS TEARFULSTORY Mrs Jones Accusation Against Prisoner » Mrs Jones, widow of the Byfleet hotelkeeper, was in the witness-box for 44 hours yesterday, when the Frenchman Vaquier was again charged with the murder of her husband. She described how she met accused, an
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ELGAR PROGRAMME FOR LISTEN ERS-IN.

ELGAR PROGRAMME FOR LISTEN ERS-IN.

The Roosters' Concert Party will again broadcast from Glasgow to-night, and special Elgar programme will be sent out from Aberdeen. The programmes are:— GLASGOW SSC. 3»o—Norman Austin's " Musical Moments " rolayed from Picture House. 3.3o—The Wireless Quartet and Edith Johnston,
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ENGLISH DEMAND FOR SCOTS CATTLE.

ENGLISH DEMAND FOR SCOTS CATTLE.

" Lawton " Sells Canadians at Perth. By Our Agricultural Correspondent. The past few weeks have witnessed a revival in the trade for practically all kinds of fat stock at the leading matkets. Any good animal of finished appearance is almost certain to command a good price. The t
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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PLIGHT OF SCOTTISH VESSEL

PLIGHT OF SCOTTISH VESSEL

13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ithmt is mnm<s paints comploxiom Peerless Erasmic has been famous toilet soap for many years, particularly among women who consider

ithmt is mnm<s paints comploxiom Peerless Erasmic has been famous toilet soap for many years, particularly among women who consider

their looks are worth preserving in all surroundings and to any age. / Hold a tablet of Peerless Erasmic up to the light and you will see it is quite translucent. This is a sign of purity- is this purity which makes Erasmic the one soap for all who realise that complexion, which
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
- THE British Empire Exhibition derives its absorbing interest from its intense realism. Stately and picturesque pavilions are constructed of

- THE British Empire Exhibition derives its absorbing interest from its intense realism. Stately and picturesque pavilions are constructed of

materials brought from the countries they represent; trees and shrubs and flowers are growing around as they grow thousands of miles away. , Within these pavilions —just as one sees in the Palace of Engineering and the Palace of Industry the productive ! enterprise of the United
13 May 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHEFFIELD

SHEFFIELD

THEATRES AND MUSIC HALLS.
13 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Corrective, Not Protective.

Corrective, Not Protective.

The McKenna duties were corrective and not protective. heir aim was to correct the exchange, to stop the depreciation in the sovereign, and ensure that if had to depreciate the sovereign more purchases from the astern world than they made from us, it should lx* for essentials on
13 May 1924 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England