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BLAIR ATHOLL GUILD SALE.

BLAIR ATHOLL GUILD SALE.

Blair' Atholl and Struan Parish Church W Oman's Guild held a cake and candy and surplus work sale in the Drill Hall. Rev. Dr Lamont presided, and the sale was opened by Miss M'lnroy of Lude, who was thanked by Mr Thomas B. Kerr. Stallholders were : —Work—Miss Stewart, Mrs Camero
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SUBSIDY FOR CATTLE INDUSTRY

SUBSIDY FOR CATTLE INDUSTRY

Big Increase in Beef Consumption The Cattle Subsidy Bill was passed in the House of Commons yesterday. The third reading was carried by 134 votes to 60. . Mr Whiteley (Soc., Blaydon) opposed the Bill on the ground that the subsidy was sheer class legislation designed to help onl
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH EXPRESS SCARE

SCOTTISH EXPRESS SCARE

DRIVER BREAKS ARM AT 50 M.P.H. Smashed Against Mailbag Apparatus The driver of the 8.25 p.m. express from King's Cross to Edinburgh last night broke his arm as the train was hurtling through Hitchin, Herts, at over 50 m.p.h. through catching it against mailbag apparatus at the s
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
W.R.I. DEMONSTRATIONS AT BRIDGE OF CALLY.

W.R.I. DEMONSTRATIONS AT BRIDGE OF CALLY.

The monthly W.R.I, was held ■, „ hon. president, tion on sweet-ma Butchart and M' s ®, co&tf-s ' :,} who also judged and tablet. 0- and 3 Miss N- M V er^ Miss Low, Rattra.» . j , 'fZ., looted lor ■ • M'Kenzic, and £2 rof Mrs M. W. R° b ® rfc Votes of thaii k , a r^- <fi M'Gowan
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE “OPEN” NEXT WEEK

MONTROSE “OPEN” NEXT WEEK

Thirty-Two Will Qualify for Match Play There are 119 entrants —compared with 112 last year—for the Montrose open amateur tournament, which commences on Monday, and concludes on Friday of next week. With the extension of the tourney from three to five days the two qualifying roun
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LIKELY NINE FOR TEST VACANCIES

LIKELY NINE FOR TEST VACANCIES

Strange Ways of the Selectors Bv E. H. D. SEWELL. IN going for Worthington to fill Leyland's ' place at Old Trafford this week-end the selectors have gone for the younger •of Derbyshire's two best all-rounders, 1 ownsend being to his rival's 31 next month. It would be interestin
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Polling day in the Galway (Irish Free State) bye-eloction, caused by the death of Mr Patrick Hogan, former Minister of

Polling day in the Galway (Irish Free State) bye-eloction, caused by the death of Mr Patrick Hogan, former Minister of

Agriculture, has been fixed for August 13. Nomination day is August 4.
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GARDENS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

GARDENS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The following gardens will be open to the public in aid of the Queen's Institute of District Nursing:— TO-DAY. Ardargie, afternoon until September 30 the old Chapel and the Lynn Muckersie will open, and visitors may walk by the River May, entering at Muckersie Lodge. admission c
25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Advertiser W boy 7452 tKiW»i a) 2e3 . • ?! rs l0 " se -tab]em a ;, 1 76 th

Advertiser W boy 7452 tKiW»i a) 2e3 . • ?! rs l0 " se -tab]em a ;, 1 76 th

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25 July 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.

NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET.

New York, Friday. Pennsylvania crude oil, 1.97; do. in S.W. Pcnn. pipo lines, 2.17. Turpentine, 4li<>. Lard. (adjusted). Tallow, 5- r v.. Sugar—Cuban local_ spot price, 3.75. Corn, 80%. Wheat-Red winter, 1.135/ i; hard winter, 1.2254. Cofilee, 6Vt", *''' h ' 4.71; Sept., 4.86. F
25 April 1936 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland