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20 February 1943 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
U.S. BOMBERS "BAG" 24 NAZIS

U.S. BOMBERS "BAG" 24 NAZIS

X 'ted States Flying Fortresses and Liberator bombers destroyed 24 German fighters in two-day bombing raids over the Continent against Dunkirk and St Nazaire. Announcing the figures last night, head quarters of the U.S. Army Eighth Air Force stated that four of the enemy were of
20 February 1943 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CARSE MAN'S MISUSE OF PETROL.

CARSE MAN'S MISUSE OF PETROL.

£10 FINE IMPOSED. David Urquhart, Craiglockie House, Pit; roddie, Errol, was fined £10 at Dundee Sheriff Court yesterday for petrol onence 111 using his car for a private purpose. Admitting charge which stated accused drove himself and his wife to visit JYlonifieth relative, Mr
20 February 1943 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CANNED VEGETABLES NEW ORDER

CANNED VEGETABLES NEW ORDER

Under the Canned Vegetables Order which comes into force on Februarv 21 new prices have been fixed for canned fresh peas, broad beans, and spinach, but wholesale and retail prices of all other canned vegetables are as in the 1942 Order. New maximum prices have already been annou
20 February 1943 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

BROATII, Saturday.—Fair supplies. Wheat were unchanged in price, but oati f °' ng . down. Inferior qualities difficult to sell. S*' 63 1b, . : whe at, seed. 43s to 2 308 J? 40s. 56 lbs.; oats, NEWPArirf? S V ' 2 iS 30j - lbs. . 8 Pu' Saturday.—Foreign wheat, 52s 6d , 4 ,°|, t0 4
30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BURNTISLAND COAL SHIPMENTS

BURNTISLAND COAL SHIPMENTS

The coal shipments last week were 20,345 tons, compared with 13,470 tons in the corresponding week 1921. This brings the total export for the current vear to over million tons, and exceeds the whole export of by hall. Prospects are meantime good lor continued activity in th« coa
30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BETTER TYPES OF CLYDESDALES

BETTER TYPES OF CLYDESDALES

SIRES OF CRACK GELDINGS TO BE RECOGNISED A New Departure at Glasgow Stallion Show An important step the direction of securing improved class heavy horses for lorry and field work has been taken in the decision to extend the classes at the Glasgow Stallion Show, to include* geldi
30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee Linoleum Wolfaro football ? hold . . their funds in Loc,p. the Royal Infirm"*

Dundee Linoleum Wolfaro football ? hold . . their funds in Loc,p. the Royal Infirm"*

30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HIBS' DEFENCE SOUND.

HIBS' DEFENCE SOUND.

Dundee Hibs were somewhat fortunate share the points with Airdrie A in the Scottish Alliance game Tannadice Parle. The young Amirieonians who never seemed to be at lull stretch, were a better goine lot than the Tannadice bij, heavy side, their attacks were always well conceived
30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CIVIC POLITICS HAVE NO LURE FOR CUPAR LADIES.

CIVIC POLITICS HAVE NO LURE FOR CUPAR LADIES.

TOWN AND PARISH COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. The ladies of Cupar are alow to move in the direction of taking hand in the government of the municipality. and the earnest hope has been expresseu in many quarters that there will be members of the gentler sex among those nominated for the T
30 October 1922 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland