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CROSSWORD ACROSS.—I Zealous application work (11). 7 Red pan (anag.) (6). 8 Uncertain—kind of lever finish! (5). Before (3). 11

CROSSWORD ACROSS.—I Zealous application work (11). 7 Red pan (anag.) (6). 8 Uncertain—kind of lever finish! (5). Before (3). 11

Rent acre for this coward? (8). 13 Segment of circle (31 14 Posses? (3). 17 Their age has a lot do with this estate! (8). 18 Conceited person (3). 20 (51. 21 Take out (6). Emotional— mostlv pertaining to the mind! (11). DOWN. —1 Mifhievous sprites—with Member them? Underground c
08 July 1949 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS

PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS

LONDON OILS.— Following are selling prices for material allocated primary wholesalers and large trade consumers. Linseed, raw, £47 lOs. Rape, crude. ss. Cotton seed, crude. £31 2s gd • washed. ss; refined, £35 12g 6d; deodorised, £36 lOi. Soya bean, crude. £33; refined deodorise
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GRAIN MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS.

LONDON (THE BALTIC). Wheat—Canadian grades advanced sharply by 6d to per qr., followinR stimulating; overseas cables and war developments. Following are f.o.b quotations:— No. Northern Manitoba (Montreal). .Tnne, 10 !/ "d: Julv. Aupiit. 37s 3d: No. 2 do., June. 36s 3d; No. 1 do.
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Books and Their Authors

Books and Their Authors

" 0MANCE of the Rift," by C. J. Thornhill (London; Stanley Paul, 8s 3d). Personal knowledge of the country, its peoples and customs is revealed in this story of Kenya and the Rift Valley. It is a tale of hard work and disappointments, romance and trajredv, not to mention the sca
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MUNITONS WORK ACCIDENT

MUNITONS WORK ACCIDENT

FIVE MEN DETAINED IN HOSPITAL. Owing to an electrical defect five men were iniurcd at munitions works yesterday. . . , All are detained in hospital suffering from electrical burns. Two of them are emploved by a cable company. It not anticipated that production will interfered wi
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DAUGHTER FOR LORXA TARBAT

DAUGHTER FOR LORXA TARBAT

DAUGHTER FOR LORNA TARBAT A daughter was born yesterday to Miss Lorna Tarbat, well-known Dundee actress, who is Mrs Kenneth Tuckfield, 18 Marshall Place, Perth. _Mr Tuckfield, who is also in the profession. is an Australian. Lately had been engaged broadcasting from Glasgow, but
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
£20,975 RISE IN CITY ESTIMATES

£20,975 RISE IN CITY ESTIMATES

Raid Precautions Need £41,325 An increase of £20,975 in the net expenditure of Dundee rating departments is foreshadowed in the provisional estimates for the coming year. Estimated total is £1,023,102. Air-Raid Precautions are responsible for the largest proportion of the increa
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TWO BIG HAMPDEN MYSTERIES

TWO BIG HAMPDEN MYSTERIES

I AM still wondering what would have happened if Referee Willie Webb had made the same obvious-to-evervbody-buthimself blunder in a vital club match! If the teams had been Rangers and Dundee United instead of Scotland and England. The second half had barely gone fifteen minutes
13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
I ftient 4j) boiM„ are accepted condition- W*oved, and if not O will ll be ,-funded »\ 9 -u ."

I ftient 4j) boiM„ are accepted condition- W*oved, and if not O will ll be ,-funded »\ 9 -u ."

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13 May 1940 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland