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Owing to the bad weather outdoor work on the farms practically at a standstill in Ardler district. On various farms

Owing to the bad weather outdoor work on the farms practically at a standstill in Ardler district. On various farms

locally within the past ten days endeavours have been madd during what dry intervals there were to get with the stacking of the hay crop but little progress has been possible.
23 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK RATE FIRMER.

NEW YORK RATE FIRMER.

j v ew ork rate was firmer yes;ter- j leading exchanges were un- . table shows the vajrial ont inental and American rates °mpared with the pre-hvar >. Yesterday. Per £1. per £1. ' German, 20.43 18£ billions— Cs 19 billions rench 25 - 22 82.60—83.50 ' Bel g . 25.22| 89?—90J W lta
23 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WIRELESS FARE FOR THE WEEK-END.

WIRELESS FARE FOR THE WEEK-END.

During the week-end the following programmes will be broadcast GLASGOW SSC. TO-DAY.—3 30—Wireless Quartet; E. W. Gould, 4.4s—Topics for Women. s.ls—Children's 5 l ather Forecast for Farmers. . ,? Wn ° n "The Weather Map." 7.o—News and Weather. 7.lo—Prof. R. H. Leitch Talk /armin
23 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTS SCHOOLBOY'S INITIATIVE.

SCOTS SCHOOLBOY'S INITIATIVE.

" RAISING THE WIND " FOR A WEMBLEY TRIP. A young Alloa schoolboy who had a great desire to visit Wembley hit upon a novel plan to achieve hie object. Being the owner of a bicycle, he hired it out to other boys in the town at a charge of a penny for a quarter of an hour. In this
26 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PREMIERS VISIT TO DUNDEE.

PREMIERS VISIT TO DUNDEE.

Date Fixed for Freedom Ceremony. Mr Ramsay Mac Donald is to arrive in Dundee on the evening of Monday, Bth September, and the ceremony of presenting him with the freedom of the city will take place in the Caird Hall on the following day. Mr W. H. Blyth Martin town clerk, receive
26 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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THE FOREIGN EXCHANGES

THE FOREIGN EXCHANGES

SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE COCKIEB. London, Thursday Evening. The foreign exchanges closed much better than they opened, New York rising slightly. To-Dav. Previous Day. New York 4 4 51% 4.50% Montreal 4 48% 449 4.48 4.48% Pans 82.70 83.50 So' a 5 ? Brussels 90*^i Amsterdam 115
22 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONDON JUTE MARKET.

LONDON JUTE MARKET.

SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE COCRtEB. London, Thursday With buyers more reticent and sellers inclined to press, prices declined 10s to 12s 6d per ton. Firsts, spot, Hamburg, sold £33 10a, Do., August, Continent, £34 to 15s; August-September, 10s to £33 12s 6d, and £33 ss; Septem
22 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH RAILWAY APPOINTMENTS

SCOTTISH RAILWAY APPOINTMENTS

IMPORTANT POST FOR DUNDEE OFFICIAL L.M.S. Staff Reorganisation The following appointments have been authorised in connection with the staff reorganisation of the London, Midland, and Scottish Railway Co.: Mr Malcolm M. Spier to assistant general superintendent, Glasgow. Mr A. 0.
22 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRICES OF FUEL HIGH THIS WINTER.

PRICES OF FUEL HIGH THIS WINTER.

PREDICTION AT DUNDEE CO-OP. MEETING. The reports submitted at the half-yearly meeting of the Dundee and District Cooperative Coal Association, Ltd., in the Y.M.C.A. last night showed that the sales for the half-year were 4144 tons 5 cwts., a decrease of 49 tons compared with the
27 August 1924 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland