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FORFAR WOMAN'S GUILD PRESENTATION.

FORFAR WOMAN'S GUILD PRESENTATION.

Mrs Mackenzie, Bank of Scotland House, Forfar, who has acted as treasurer the West Church Woman's Guild for tho past 15 years, was met in the church hall last night, when sho was presented with parting gift as a token of esteem and appreciation of her services. The gift, which w
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Boy Pilots Banned

Boy Pilots Banned

Air Ministry's Decision The Air Ministry has decided amend regulations 50 that in future persons under the age of 17 will not be allowed to fly solo. This step is not the result of the death sixteen-year-old boy, Gerald Rovle, who was killed while flying solo over Scarborough Ae
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE RENT RELIEF CLAIMS

DUNDEE RENT RELIEF CLAIMS

CONVENER'S TRIBUTE TO STAFF. There were 600 more applications for relief rent in Dundee this year than last This intimation was made Mr G. F F Caldwell, convener of Dundee Public Assistance Committee, at a the committee yesterday. The public assistance department, said Mr Caldwe
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRAIGIEBANK TRAFFIC PLANS

CRAIGIEBANK TRAFFIC PLANS

Bus Shelter and Pillar Lights Decisions affecting the traffic circle at Craigiebank were made at a special meeting of conveners of Dundee Town Council yesterday. It was agreed that the centre island should have four " pillar of fire" lights with " Keep Left signs on them, as are
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OBAN FIRE OUTBREAK

OBAN FIRE OUTBREAK

brigade summoned by rocket. The first outbreak fire for three at Oban occurred yesterday, when the local fire brigade was summoned by rocket discharged from the police station Kikhrenan House, one of the largest houses the esplanade, where smoke was seen issuing from the roof at
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
bw Agencies. 1 . , »dbnry? nted ' 6d in the £1 commission UtilitJ' s ',. *'ry's, Terry's; 6s 6d

bw Agencies. 1 . , »dbnry? nted ' 6d in the £1 commission UtilitJ' s ',. *'ry's, Terry's; 6s 6d

on fancy \v;'» llne to y s &<-.; also presents value Kr*' to-day lor our beautiful art cata- L'J's tlln g over 1000 lines, free, postage paid. club specialists. Dept. 175, Colne, Situations Wanted. '°8 (single), milker, knowledge breedfuitlHr ' would take orrawork. 1126 V H driv
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CIARSEBRECK FISHINGS BOATS BOOKED IN ADVANCE. 25/- PER DAY. Gliillie included. 20/- PER HAY »H«r 2 p.m. LOCH STOCKED ANNUALLY.

CIARSEBRECK FISHINGS BOATS BOOKED IN ADVANCE. 25/- PER DAY. Gliillie included. 20/- PER HAY »H«r 2 p.m. LOCH STOCKED ANNUALLY.

Apply P. D. MALLOCH, FISHING TACKLE MANUFACTURER. PERTH.
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
/pG. L.WILSON-^ Embroidered idown Quitt Full size Down Quilts. Ext* a filled with purified Down. .. . C j lined,

/pG. L.WILSON-^ Embroidered idown Quitt Full size Down Quilts. Ext* a filled with purified Down. .. . C j lined,

downproof, and ventijf Covered good quality i with richlv embroide Rayon, with richly e centre in the latest tone n 'jj style, and wide, plain Reversed Sateen to match. BLUE, GREEN. GOLD. 75/- » ot 55/- SEE SPECIAL SHO* BARGAIN WINDOW COMMERCIAL ST- G. L. WILSON 'THE CORNER," DU
26 June 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TREASURY BILL RATE UP.

TREASURY BILL RATE UP.

Tenders for Treasury bills yesterday applied for amounted to £68,985,000, cornpared with £68,660.000 a wuek ago, and the maximum amount of £40,000,000 was again alotted. The average rate per cent, was 17s 9.99 d, 3 13® lL25d per cent, week ago.
30 March 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONDON JUTE MARKET STEADY.

LONDON JUTE MARKET STEADY.

London, Quite a holiday tone prevailed ' n , f b' lt market, and no sales were fe the general tone proved steadier, serve marked on the part of sellers- tc<J Firsts, March-April, to Continent, £16 2s 6d, April-May £16 ss, May" £16 7s 6d. Lightnings, April-May, Hearts, £13 17s 6d
30 March 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland