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Prepaid Charge tor Insertion Birth. De«th, or In Momoriam Notice not exceeding words le 2a, Mid 6d lor each additional

Prepaid Charge tor Insertion Birth. De«th, or In Momoriam Notice not exceeding words le 2a, Mid 6d lor each additional

9 wordß; and lor Notice Marriage not exceeding 36 words 3s, and 6d for each additional 9 words. Intimations must authenticated bjr the ' »nd address sender, and CANNOT ACCEPTED TELEPHONE TELEGRAM. ~ births. 27 Sooth Ellen St., D*ndo«, tie residence of her parents, Mr and John Ca
10 December 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Situations Vacant. yo«Bg woman, good Ironing, wtd. Apply Bros., dyers. 222 Hilltown. saleswoman with selling experience. though not irade. Apply,*-

Situations Vacant. yo«Bg woman, good Ironing, wtd. Apply Bros., dyers. 222 Hilltown. saleswoman with selling experience. though not irade. Apply,*-

personally. Fraina. Castle St. water salesman good wages given. Sobb. 38 North St. j wtd.. ha* beau trad IK* Courier. Smart, ctrl aa flnt hand. knawledge of preferred. <*»«[*!? » Union St. .... HATCHING and preparing overseers for Cateutta- A - a ,!111 01 and age. w td work afte
10 December 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
I • Christmas ; I These Appealing Specials IT 75 WELL TO THINK EARLY OF WHAT YOU ARE TO GIVE

I • Christmas ; I These Appealing Specials IT 75 WELL TO THINK EARLY OF WHAT YOU ARE TO GIVE

I I AT XMAS. THIS STORE IS REPLETE WITH SUGGESTIONS, SENSIBLE AND SUITABLE New Style I KATHLEEN-A Distinctive Style SS'' in i Thread Blouse in Fine Voile. 7 becoming Pink Rose Champagne, Sky He Ho. Kf„ . SB? Rose - Champagnc ' Sky - 12/11. 9/11. i PHOBE—Pink or Sky Mer- JANETTE—
10 December 1918 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

MARKET IRREGULAR AT OPENING. BUT BETTER AT CLOSE. Glasgow, Friday Evening. There were several factors which depressed the market to-day—first-, the near approach of the carry over; second, Mr Chamberlain's remarks regarding Franoe; and third, the less favourable turn of the mone
10 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

Yesterday afternoon ~g »t broke out at the farm o e the Logie estate, fTie ■'• Major-General ft bo«* % the outbreak was gfi jy o'clock, whon dense voli issuing from the farm, the tenant, apprised of the the his stock of ly <?® id* 7 !,? rfwhich fortunately W *®J' fin* 1 b^ t &>'
10 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
weather forecasts. Friday Gotland N. —Wenterly winds. backing later; fine first, then clondy, with some rain. L Scotland E.-^, ra

weather forecasts. Friday Gotland N. —Wenterly winds. backing later; fine first, then clondy, with some rain. L Scotland E.-^, ra

- as No. 0. England JUL—Winds backing to the smith-westward fair first, some rain later. S- England an No. 2. J Midi and Counties.—.Same aft No. 2. (London .nd Channel).—Bouth-werterly winds, increasing in force; fair first, some rain later 4 Scotland W.—Sne No. OL 7. N.W. (and
10 December 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK NOTES.

GLASGOW STOCK NOTES.

PERSIAN AND EAGLES DIP. WEST MEXICAN AND TANGS RISE. Specially Contributed to the Courier. Glasgow, Monday Evening. With the international situation so uncertain it was surprising that the tone of he Glasgow Stock market was steady today. In one or two directions buyers were abo
09 January 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRINCIPALS IN ”THE FIRST KISS,”

PRINCIPALS IN ”THE FIRST KISS,”

Courier Photo. Artistes who occupy the chief roles in the new comedy, "The First Kiss" King's Theatre, Dundee, this week. From left to right—Mr Ralph Roberts, Miss Essie, Miss Deßiree Ellinger, Miss Dolores, and Mr Gregory Stroud.
09 January 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DECLARES HE SET HOUSE ON FIRE

DECLARES HE SET HOUSE ON FIRE

TO DRAW GOVERNMENT'S ATTENTION TO HIS WRONGS. A case in which a man said he set fire to his house to draw the attention of the Government to the diabolical treatment of his family was heard at Lowestoft yesterday. Prisoners were John Shilton Summers, fish merchant, and his son,
09 January 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Property for SaU. DUNDEE. SPRINGFIELD. DUNDEE. For Sale, by Public Roup, within, the OFFICE of STEPHEN, Solicitors, 20 Whitehall Street,

Property for SaU. DUNDEE. SPRINGFIELD. DUNDEE. For Sale, by Public Roup, within, the OFFICE of STEPHEN, Solicitors, 20 Whitehall Street,

Dundee, on WEDNESDAY, the 31st Day of January, 1923, at 12 o'clock Noon (unless previously Sold Privately), That DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 12 SPRINGr lELD, Dundee, containing Public Rooms and Bedrooms, Kitchen, and Maid's Bedroom, Wash- House, itc., with Coal Cellars outside. Feu-Duty
09 January 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland