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CALCUTTA GOODS IN NEW YORK ARE STEADY.

CALCUTTA GOODS IN NEW YORK ARE STEADY.

(SPECIAL CABLEGRAM TO THE COUHIEE.) New York, Saturday, "31st Aug., 1912. The market for Calcutta goods is steady. Dundees remain unquoted. Calcuttas are quoted the same as last week, namely, 7.62 and 6 cents per yard for the respective weights.
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

The weather on Loch Lev en was bright in the fore part of Saturday, but it became overcast in the afternoon, with a light breeze from the south-west . Tho best srport was got during the earlier part of the ' day, when fish were rising well on the shallows. : , „ T Trout. Lbs. Oz
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VEGETABLES THE FEATURE AT MARKINCH.

VEGETABLES THE FEATURE AT MARKINCH.

Markinch Flower Show was hold on Saturday within the grounds of Balbirnie. The show was well up to the high standard of previous years. egetables were perhaps the feature of the exhibition. The silver plate was won as follows —Balbirnie Challenge Trophy, James A. Brown, Markinch
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TULLIBARDINE ACCUSES GOVERNMENT

TULLIBARDINE ACCUSES GOVERNMENT

OF ROBBERY AND SPOLIATION. Ihe Marquis of Tullibardine performed the opening ceremony at the second day's proceedings in connection with the Auchtergaven T. nionist and Constitutional Club Bazaar at Bankfoot on Saturday afternoon. Colonel K. King Stewart of Murdostoun Castle pre
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIRE IN LOCHCELLY PIT

FIRE IN LOCHCELLY PIT

* expected ,nT " TERtf aT,',," r s? i j!f*ta l S°N l 1 ' fire whiet ?t° 5-'cSSas pS«& Sff a nticipated that ü bdued. t>le Se whole of the '5" w -» lKt7 "° uld ** th , e U^ ed - Its origin Si!!® ork adve e t that ° j? >'ir. r i dropped a lighted " , ln aid ,r n ! the colliery by
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PEOPLE PETITION THE KING

PEOPLE PETITION THE KING

Against National Insurance Act. An Encroachment Upon the Liberties of the Subjects. The following petition to the King against the Insurance Act, prepared by the Insurance Tax Resisters' Defence Association, now awaiting signatures:— , We, the undersigned loyal and faithful subj
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE TRA3VI CAR IS DERAILED

DUNDEE TRA3VI CAR IS DERAILED

DUNDEE CAR IS DERAILED AND DASHES ACROSS THE STREET. DRIVER AVERTS DISASTER An alarming incident occurred on the Dun dee Tramway system late on Saturday car leaving the rails and all but crashing into a tramway pole. ® Fortunately no one was ininred i. for the promptitude of the
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE ATTENDANCE

THE ATTENDANCE

your school depends largely on advertising. If you neglect to insert your announcement in " Courier," your establishment will probably be overlooked by anxious parents who desire to send their children to a good school.
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOVERNMENT TREATMENT OF BOY SCOUTS

GOVERNMENT TREATMENT OF BOY SCOUTS

IS A SHAME. SAYS PERTHSHIRE SCOUT CHAIRMAN. | "It is rather a shame that the Government not give us more encouragement," said "* 561 "* chairman of the Perthr if- y Scouts' Association, at meeting of Pitlochry troop at Dundarach. The Government patted them on the back, but would
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VICTORY FOR IRISH BOXER.

VICTORY FOR IRISH BOXER.

New York, Sunday. The Irish boxer Billy easily beat Johnny Lore in a 10-round contest here.
02 September 1912 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland