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GRAIN MARKETS

GRAIN MARKETS

HONTEOSE.—Trading is very quiet, about last week's quotations. Supplies email. Wheat. 32s per 4V 2 cwt.; barley. 24s to 25a per 4 cwt.; oats, 14s 6d 15s 6d per 3 ewt.; rye, 22& to 23s per cwt.; oatmeal, 12s per cwt. PERTH—Practically no grain on offer. Oats and wheat rather firm
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POPULAR PERTH SOLICITOR

POPULAR PERTH SOLICITOR

BECOMES A PARTNER IN LEGAL FIRM IN CITY. The profession throughout Perthshire will be interested 1 learn that Mr James Stewart, who until recently was cl>i f f assistant with Messrs R. Macgregor Mi tchell & Co., solicitors, Perth, has become a partner in the firm of Messrs W. Wy
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RAID ON DUNDEE OFFICE.

RAID ON DUNDEE OFFICE.

RUITLESS VISIT - v James S " Hood & Co £r>[, tlla t '.1 - est 'i anian Shore, Dundee, ay I , nornm ?. was s 'Rht ' ses had been entered , ir ad bec>n marched for throW " ° ver the '?* of v ,trude ', that 5 been very active, eon secured. Entry i!' 'derip Oln tb rear of the ? w °u
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
'hp r*?[ held 1 r "')ll Vtll students 'a|,i passed - ]>,; ,n;i * 8. Plavle, Wai t, E?]„, Inion

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J.'ine, and orri 'an Line.
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHEREABOUTS OF BRITISH ACTRESS

WHEREABOUTS OF BRITISH ACTRESS

REPORTED CASINO WINNINGS AT SAN REMO. The whereabouts of Miss Betty Fairfax, the actress, are still mvstery. wire from her husband tho Nice police stated that she had been found in Italy. The casino authorities at San Remo report that Miss Fairfax played there on Tuesday night.
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FREE HAND WITH TARIFF WEAPON

FREE HAND WITH TARIFF WEAPON

CONSERVATIVE PARTY'S CLAIM. Sir Phillip Cnuliffe-Lister. M.P., at Folkestone yesterday, said that limit had done more to create depression ill industry than Mr Snowdon. The Government had failed to fulfil single promise made tho last election. Tho failure the Government, was the
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ELECTRICITY AND THE HOME.

ELECTRICITY AND THE HOME.

One of the main attractions of the Ideal Home Exhibition Olympia is the General Electric Company'e " Pavilion of Light." A eompetiti6n for prizes amounting to £1000 brought a response from British architects, decorative artists, and electrical contractors every part of the count
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SIR HARRY HOPE" AT GLAMIS

SIR HARRY HOPE" AT GLAMIS

SIR HARRY HOPE" GLAMIS Deals with Agricultural Crisis Sir Harry Hope, M.P. for Angus, last night addressed a well-attended mooting in the Glamis Hall, undor the auspices of the Forfarshire Unionist organisation. Mr James Whyte of Hayston occupied the chair, and a concert programm
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB WHIST DRIVE.

MONTROSE MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB WHIST DRIVE.

The members of St Luke's Church Men's Social Club, Mont,rose, held a whist drive at their weekly meeting. Seventeen tables were occupied, and Mr Jas. Christie acted as M.C. The prizewinners were: —Ladies Mrs Kcir, 2 Miss H. C.j Milne: consolation, Miss Black. Gentlemen —1 Miss K
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POPULAR CONCERTS AT DUNFERMLINE

POPULAR CONCERTS AT DUNFERMLINE

CARNEGIE TRUSTEES' PLEASURE. In the absence of the Chairman, Mr J. C. (Macbeth, vice-chairman, presided at the monthly meeting of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trustees held at Dunfermline. It, was reported that tho aggregate attendance at Saturday evening concerts during season 1929
29 March 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland