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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUNDEE TRADE REPORT. Fridat. This has been rather a quiet market day, and comparatively little business has been done in any depaitment. There has been little demand for Flax since last report, but holders keep wonderfully firm,' and do not unduly press sales. The fen tiansaciio
February 14, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FAMILY MOURNINGS. A v€rv Large Stock of BLACK FRENCH MERINOES, HENRIETTAS, COBUROS, LUSTRES, ALPACAS, AND LAMAS. A Pint-Class Choice of

FAMILY MOURNINGS. A v€rv Large Stock of BLACK FRENCH MERINOES, HENRIETTAS, COBUROS, LUSTRES, ALPACAS, AND LAMAS. A Pint-Class Choice of

BLACK FRENCH GLACES, OROS, ORO ROYALS, R ADZ MERES CRAPES. An Excellent Stock of COLLARS. SLEEVES, TIES, SCARFS. HANDKERCHIEFS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, AI*D FLOWERS, HOSIERY and GLOVES, AT JAMES SPENCE k COMPANY'S, to, 22, 24 REFORM STREET, DUNDEE. Robkrtson brown, 42 High street, Dun
February 14, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. "WATSON & HENDERSON'S ANNUAL SALE WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY, 16th FEBRUARY, 1868. ON MONDAY Will offered FANCY SHAWLS,

BUSINESS INTIMATIONS. "WATSON & HENDERSON'S ANNUAL SALE WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY, 16th FEBRUARY, 1868. ON MONDAY Will offered FANCY SHAWLS,

MUSLIN CURTAINS AND PLAIN GOODS, BED AND TABLE LINENS, SEWED MUSLINS AND LACE GOODS, RIBBONS, PARASOLS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, 4c. MANTLES. UNDERCLOTHING AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES. THE SILKS Will not be Shown till TUESDAY, When they will Offered with the Goods in the other Departments. T
February 14, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
N T JE D. Wanted, mas, pVV, and spirit Trade. App,y to A. WANTED, a Well Educated Tooth, year. age,

N T JE D. Wanted, mas, pVV, and spirit Trade. App,y to A. WANTED, a Well Educated Tooth, year. age,

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February 14, 1863 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE BUILDERS' STRIKE

THE BUILDERS' STRIKE

The builders' strike may considered almost end. The carpenters, as we stated a few days ago, have gone to work prices agreed upon between individual members of the trade and individual masters, some receiving the wages they demand, aome few pence leas, and some few pence more. T
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS.

OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS.

The local examinations of " persons not members of the University are now being held the several "centres'' throughout England. The mmmenced on Tuesday last Athenaeum Booms, Temple Bow, under the direction of the superintending examiner, the Bey. A W. Haddan, 8.D., lata Fellow a
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

ZmxtTUXl—On Monday evening our talented townsman, Professor J. H. Chamberlain, will deliver tbe first of lectures on "English Art in the Days of Shakespeare." subject npon which Mr. Chamberlain is well Sited to speak, and there is no doebt that those who forsake the open sir for
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL

THE TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL

MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. meeting of the General Committee the Festival was held on Thursday/, the Committee Boom of Town HaH, receive report from Orchestral Committee. Mr. O. Mason, the Chairman, presided, than was good attendance. After the transaction the usual routine busine
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SMALL POX IN BIRMINGHAM.

THE SMALL POX IN BIRMINGHAM.

THE SMALL POX BIRMINGHAM. PEIPAEATION3 QUEEN'S HOSPITAL. At the meeting oi the Weekly Board, held the Hospital yesterday week, the prevalence of smaß>pax in Birmingham waa brought before notice of the gentlemen preaant Mr. Jacob Phillips, who commented upon the fact that Clerk to
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

THEATRE EOYAL. The Messrs. Harry and Charles Webb, who took their benefit last night, hare been the chief attraction thia week; and though their repertoire is not a particularly new one, the zealous, thoroughgoing manner in which the brothers all they undertake, and the perfecti
May 28, 1864 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England