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MONDAY POPULAR CONCERTS..

MONDAY POPULAR CONCERTS..

A finer performance could not have been given than was presented yesterday evening of Mozart’s Quintet in A, with Mr. Kruse as leader and r. Clinton as the clarinettist. Mr. Haydn Inwards took the second violin, r. Gibson the viola, and Mr. Whitehouse the ’cello. With all the ad
February 1, 1898 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

E0OD'S S ARSAPARIILLA IS TfRE ONE T RUE BLOOD PURIFIER. "C T. flti.'' & Co., Ltl., 34 -.ow Ilill, .on1don, E.C.: 'I calillot ~peak toI highly ,r the Ielielit I lbve de riked irouil ?? sal'"pa lill. ai a uldllicille, Ctr (111- ilug ?? ?? I was laid 1up1 hiull ilialltuntitjll (f th
February 1, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PROFESSOR SALMOND ON THE UNION OF CHURCHES.

PROFESSOR SALMOND ON THE UNION OF CHURCHES.

PROFESSOR SALMOND ON THE UNION OF CHURCHE8, I p~~~ Rev. Professor Salinond. Aberdeen, officiated in New PitOligo FIree Church on Sunday at both ssrvioesg. Teore Sere large coligrege.Liois, tie church being crowdied to overflowvin at both dists of worship. In the forenoon Professo
February 1, 1898 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CONTINENTAL EXCHANGES

CONTINENTAL EXCHANGES

LATEST MOVEMENTS. Monday Evening. The following are the latest Continental rates of exchange on London as cabled this evening : — Prey. day. To-day. Paris, cheques, ?? 25.22 i 25.23 Berlin, cheques,... 20.434 20.44 Berlin, 8 days' sight, 20.42 20.22 Berlin, 3 months. 20. 28^ 20.
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.

EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.

Edinburgh. Monday. Busiuei&Ltoiie. ii'y rs. selr" Cal. Def. Convert. Ordinary. — 58ri 68fJ London. Chatham, a Dover, 19r» i 19 rs 19A North Hriiisn, — 464 4og G.N. of Scot. 4 p.c. Deb., §1514 — — G. N. of Scotland Pref. A. 4JJ, - 140 — Canadian PaciHc SIUU sharea, — 90j 91 Grand
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION.

THE TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION.

A further meeting of the Royal Commis- sion on Tuberculosis has been held to recon- sider their report, which, it is understood, is to be presented shortly after the reopening of Parliament. It is to be feared, however, that, like other matters appertaining to British agricultur
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH NEW GASWORKS.

PERTH NEW GASWORKS.

Perth municipality are making gradual pro- gress with the carrying out of the several large and important schemes embraced within their 1897 Improvements Act. The other week we reproduced a sketch of the new bridge, and above we give a view •■{ the new gasworks about to be erect
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

A STRIKE AT THE IRISH LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL. A Glasgow correspondent telegraphs : — It has transpired that the professional football players who represented Scotland in the international League match against Ireland at Dundee on Saturday struck five minutes before the kick-off, r
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
VZt COO3Y COUNCIL.

VZt COO3Y COUNCIL.

VZ t COO3Y COUNCIL. oB TANT LEGAL QUESTION. . „ of St Andrews District n f'..un«y Council was held in ?? °V< \ndrew*. yesterday. Colonel %«Ki Cambo, prided over a large *"> ir.lrh vice-convener of the county, i: B fallowing resolution come v, at tc ■"■ he Dismr-t Committee held i
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A Presentiment.—Mr Benjamin Leathley, of Leeds, while waiting at Leeds Station, slipped from the platform in front of a train,

A Presentiment.—Mr Benjamin Leathley, of Leeds, while waiting at Leeds Station, slipped from the platform in front of a train,

and was badly injured. A curious circumstance in the case is that when Mr Leathley left home his wife tried to dissuade him from going. She had a presentiment that something would befall him, and soon after he had left she followed him to the station, where she arrived few momen
February 1, 1898 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland