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CAMBORNE MAKE A GOOD START

CAMBORNE MAKE A GOOD START

CAMBORNE MAKE GOOD START CORNISH CUI'HOLDEKS IN EXCITING FINISH The Cornish cup-holders opened the at Roskear, Camborne, on Saturday, with a practice match against School of Mines, and, thanks to a .-plendid innings of not out by oordon Holman, the game was won after an exciunx a
30 April 1934 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
LEAGUE TABLES

LEAGUE TABLES

ASSOCIATION PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT. DIVISION I. H.X. Barn*** t % A ««• S Service United 0 8 27 int 9 4S 24 gatel DIVISION 11. P. W D. L. F. A. Pt*. Oak Villa 26 20 1 5 •ire Athletic 25 2 11* 87 Plymouth V.M.C.A. ..24 5 71 Tnrpoint Institute .... 17 2 88 M ar.dS. Ga»Co. 11... 12 4
30 April 1934 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW May Ist, 1934 % Shoe Bargain? of outstanding interest X T and a great price- t saving

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW May Ist, 1934 % Shoe Bargain? of outstanding interest X T and a great price- t saving

occasion T worth while for every ❖ Tull descriptions illustrations * appear on Page 4, and show the wide range, quality. and styles « T • being offered. TO-MORROW TUESDAY Ist MAY, 1934 THE SALE COMMENCES FIRST CHOICE IS LEST, BEDFORD STREET, PLYMOUTH HOUSES, LANDS, &c, FOR SALE.
30 April 1934 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
STEADIER TENDENCY IN MARKETS

STEADIER TENDENCY IN MARKETS

STEADIER TENDENCY MARKETS ANOTHER SET-BACK IN OIL SHARES CONDITIONS in the Gild-Edged market became so lethargic that there was practically not quotable ohange—Old Consols remaining at 73|, War Loan Three and a Half Per Cents, at 102 11-16, and so on. Germans were chiefly in the
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LATEST FOREIGN EXCHANGES

LATEST FOREIGN EXCHANGES

Very quiet conditions prevailed on Saturday in the foreign exchanges, though dollars, francs, &c.. showed a tendency to depreciate terms of sterling. Latest official closing rates current on London (par rates in parentheses):—- Friday. Saturday. New York cable (4.86%) 5.13%-5.13
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RUBBER RESTRICTION AGREEMENT

RUBBER RESTRICTION AGREEMENT

An agreement for regulating the production and export of rubber was signed it the week-end. Full particulars appear on page 7.
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL SECURITIES CORPORATION.

SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL SECURITIES CORPORATION.

The directors of the Scottish Agricultural Securities Corporation, Ltd., which was incorporated last year for the purpose of making loans on agricultural or farming estates, &c., in Scotland, state, in submitting the balance-sheet as at March 31 last and relative profit and loss
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONDON METAL MARKET REVIEW

LONDON METAL MARKET REVIEW

STEADY DEMAND FOR LEAD. London, Saturday. Copper.—The chief feature during the past wees has been the signing of the copper code. 18 has made the atmosphere, generally speaking, bullish, and standard has been purchased up to £33 10s, but closes 6d below the best. Consumptive dem
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLENCARSE WHIST DRIVE

GLENCARSE WHIST DRIVE

The last whist drive and dance for the season was held in the West Carse hall, Glencarse, the organisers being the hall improvement scheme committee. Mr R. Naismith was cardmaster, and Mrs Naismith handed over the prizes as follows: —Ladies—l Miss B. Pitcaithly, 2 Mrs Symon, Mis
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCHEE MEMORIAL SERVICE

LOCHEE MEMORIAL SERVICE

MR GORDON'S 50 YEARS' MISSION work: A special memorial service was held in Campbell Street Mission Hall, Lochee, last night. G. L. Barclay unveiled desk portrait of Mr John Gordon, J.P., and referred in appropriate terms to Mr Gordon's work of 50 years on behalf of mission. Mr J
30 April 1934 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland