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DUNDEE JUTE MARKET

DUNDEE JUTE MARKET

FIBRE PRICES FALL; BUSINESS CLOTH QUIETER. (SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE COURIER AND ADVERTISER.") Dundee, Thursday. sharp fall in the raw material provides most perplexing situation. The movements of the purely speculative groups are very bewildering'. Nevertheless, Calcutta is
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

BANK RESERVE INCREASED; BILL RATES EASY. ) London, Thursday. There was no change in the Bank rate, but the Bank return showed a further gain in the reserve of £2,05?,057, as well as a substantial addition the resources of the market. Floating funds were in ample supply, and the
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRKMICHAEL'S LEAD IN CHURCH UNION

KIRKMICHAEL'S LEAD IN CHURCH UNION

MINISTER OF UNITED CONGREGATIONS INDUCTED. The induction of the Rev. R. M. Bright, late of Insch, Inverness-shiro, to the joint congregation of Kirkmichael Parish Church and United Free Church was carried through yesterday afternoon by Dunkeld Established Presbytery, with whom w
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KINLOCH W.R.I. SALE OF WORK

KINLOCH W.R.I. SALE OF WORK

HALL FUND EFFORT. Mrs Anstruther Gray, Kilmany, Fife, opened sale of work held School yesterday afternoon in aid of KinJoch and District W.R.I. Hall Fund. The president, Miss Campbell Achalader, presided over large gathering at the opening ceremony. Mrs Gray, who is chairman of
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE HOLDER HAS TO STRUGGLE

THE HOLDER HAS TO STRUGGLE

"TELEGRAPH AND POST" GOLF AT ST ANDREWS Brilliance of Peattie The field in the "Telegraph and Post" Cup tournament St Andrews has now been reduced to 16, and closb struggles should be witnessed to-day before the semifinalists are known. Glorious sunny weather enticed the holiday
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCENE IN BARLINNIE PRISON

SCENE IN BARLINNIE PRISON

BORSTAL YOUTH SENTENCED TO HARD LABOUR. A strongly-built youth, Robert Meechan. was sentenced to three months' hard labour in the Glasgow Sheriff Court yesterday for attacking warder, Borstal inmate, and the medical officer in Barlinnie Prison Glasgow. * The prosecutor stated th
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BODY OF CAPTAIN LOEWENSTEIN

BODY OF CAPTAIN LOEWENSTEIN

PICKED UP BY FISHING BOAT . Identified by Wrist Watch The Boulogne fishing boat 8155 entered Calais Harbour last nignt, having gone out of her course in order to make an announcement, the Calais authorities. The. master, Beaugraid, informed them that, he had recovered the body o
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ORPHANS AWARDED £3100 DAMAGES

ORPHANS AWARDED £3100 DAMAGES

FOR DEATH OF PARENTS. In the Court of Session yesterday the trial was concluded before Lord Flaming and a jury of an action on behalf of the six pupil children of the late Mr Gordon Munro, farmer, Kintessack, Forres, and Mrs Munro, against the Elgin and District Motor Bus Compan
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OTHER PEOPLE'S FANCIES

OTHER PEOPLE'S FANCIES

SANDOWN. DAILY SKETCH AND SPORTING LIFE AND GRAPHIC. SPORTSMAN 2.0 —Wootton's seL (Augur). 2.30—0n Avon; if abs., 2.0 —Dazzier. Lady Clare f. 2.30—0n Avon. 3.0 —Flying Scud f. 3.0 —Flying Scud f. (nap). (nap). 3.45—800k Law win, 3.45 —Book Law. The Wheedler place 4.15 —Moontoy.
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£100,000 OFFER FOR DERBY WINNER

£100,000 OFFER FOR DERBY WINNER

Felstead's Owner Refuses Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen has declined an offer of £100,000 for his Derby winner, Felstead. ' Such a price has never been paid for a race-horse, although the same sum was reported to have been offered and refused for Solario, who won the St Leger in 1925, a
20 July 1928 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland