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LORD ROSEBERY ON THE CORONATION.

LORD ROSEBERY ON THE CORONATION.

ITS RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE. Lord Rosebery, opening New King's Drive in Hampden Park at Eastbourne yesterday afternoon, said the accomplishment of the Coronation had filled the English-speaking laca with unspeakable gratitude. Had the Coronation not been postponed by the King's i
13 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE.

DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE.

Dundee, Saturday. Closing Prices Name of Stock. Business done. Buyers. Selli-rg Dundee Water 3* p.c Deb.. 115^ L>. P. L. Shipping Co. (£2OJb 76 Alliance Trust A Stock. Alliance 4i. t'raf.. 108^ Cal. Pro. Investment Co., LcL 20/1 Idv Mort. Security do., lid.. 37/6 Nor Amer. Trust
08 December 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Truro yesterday. wh«>n the new nave of the Cathedral was dedicated. The Cathedral

The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Truro yesterday. wh«>n the new nave of the Cathedral was dedicated. The Cathedral

was crowded at the service. The Bishop of Truro conducted the ceremony, which was carried out with considerable formality and solemnity. The Archbishop Canterbury preached the sermon.
16 July 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR AND ELECTRIC LIGHT.

FORFAR AND ELECTRIC LIGHT.

PROPOSED SCHEME BY COMPANY. There was submitted meeting of Forfar Town Council last night a letter from the Empire Electric Light and Power Company giving notice that the Company intended to make application tor a Provisional Order to supply electricity vvithm the Council's area
16 July 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POPE PERMITTED TO RISE.

POPE PERMITTED TO RISE.

WEAKNESS STILL INCREASING. THIRD OPERATION MAY NOT BE NECESSARY. Yesterday there was no change in the condition of His Holiness. By permission of his physician he was permitted to rise, and was carried into the little Throne Room. His strength is still diminishing, but it is not
16 July 1903 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
METAL MARKETS.

METAL MARKETS.

GLASGOW, Tuesday—Scotch.—buyers, 57s 5d cash; sellers. Id more. Cleveland flat, small—s2s lOVfed, 52s cash, twenty-four days, 52s ten da.ys 52s one month; buyers, cash, 52s lid one month; sellers, more. Cumberland flat, small—6ls I one month", buyers, 60s 9d cash, 61s one month;
27 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

Early Harvesting.—Mr Millar Milfeon, near Monifieth, commenced harvesting operations yesterday, when nice field of barley was cut. This is the first harvesting the district. Gran town Cattle Market.—The August cattle market was held the stance, Grantown-on-Spey on Monday in fine
27 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The present season The Alpine Victims, will long memorable for its terrible roll of Alpine fatalities. There have been some

The present season The Alpine Victims, will long memorable for its terrible roll of Alpine fatalities. There have been some

extraordinary causes at work to account for so many disasters, and the most recent, in which a tourist and guide were killed by lightning, is very abnormal. Ihere is now ground for hoping, however, that the series of accidents is at end. The weather in the Alps has taken a sudde
27 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS TO EDITOR, CONSUMPTIVE SANATORIA OF SCOTLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Sir, —After long waiting, another gift of

LETTERS TO EDITOR, CONSUMPTIVE SANATORIA OF SCOTLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. Sir, —After long waiting, another gift of

.£lOOO has been sent me tor the above by lady in the West of Scotland in memory of her beloved father. Now that the ice has been broken again, I trust the stream of Christian liberality will flow on until there is sufficient provide as many beds for men as have for women, and ev
27 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUCHTERMUCHTY.

AUCHTERMUCHTY.

Alleged Assault.—Yesterday—before Hon. Sheriff-Substitute Gray at Cupar—Robt. Pryde, carter, Cupar Road, Auchtermuchty, was charged with having, (1) on 19th August within the shop, Cupar Road, occupied by Zodovico Brattesani, an ice-cream dealer, assaulted Robt. Melville, painte
27 August 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland