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AFRICA

AFRICA

A cable between Porthcurnow (Cornwall) and St. Vincent (Cape Verde Islands), via Madeira, was, according to notification from tho Eastern Telegraph Company, opened lor traffic yesterday, thus computing the nsw direct cable r «ute between Great Britain and South Africa.
January 31, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO CUKE A COi_u Or.*- CAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All refund the money it f&ila car#. 1» genuine

TO CUKE A COi_u Or.*- CAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All refund the money it f&ila car#. 1» genuine

stamped JUB.Q.
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
METAL MARKETS.

METAL MARKETS.

GLASGOW PIG-IRON, Wednesday.—Scottish strong small, 52s 7d one month.; buyers, 52s 9d cash, and one Jnuath; sellers, more. Cleveland idle—buyers, cash; 7V£d one month; sellers, 47j cash and one month. Cumberland irregular—s7s 6d, 57s 10y one month; buyers, 58s cash, one month; s
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Call to the Rev. G. H. Morrison.—Last week it was reported that a Glasgow congregation were about to present

The Call to the Rev. G. H. Morrison.—Last week it was reported that a Glasgow congregation were about to present

call to the Rev. G. H. Morrison, minister St John's United Free Church, Dundee. Wo understand that by Mr Morrison's desire proceedings have been dropped. Lecture on China. —The Rev. William Griffiths, Ward Road Wesleyan Church, Dnndee, | gave last night a lecture China. In the c
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE HANDY MEN AND THEIR KING.

THE HANDY MEN AND THEIR KING.

Our Windsor correspondent . J j The King's message tbo \ yesterday the quarterdeck • y ships war now here : a f* ,J In each ease the cttP^ , message immediately after men cheered heartily for "* e - iP f magnitude of the fleet is stead* A magnificent spectacle day when the reser
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SERVICES AT ARBROATH.

SERVICES AT ARBROATH.

ADDRESS TO THE KING. A special meeting of the Arbroath Town Council was held last night—Provost Grant presiding. The Clerk (Mr W. K. Macdonald) intimated the arrangements which had been made tor the memorial services Saturday first. It was agreed that there should be five united
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUTGOING AMERICAN MAILS.

OUTGOING AMERICAN MAILS.

Letters mailed in Dundee before 11.15 a. iu„ Sat., 4.30 p. no, 11.15 a.m.. Wed., Via Via Snamptsa. should addressed:— per str. per str. Date of postinc- Jan. SO, fiermauic. to 7 Feb. 2, TXmbria. • 6 to 7 Feb. 6, Majestic. 6 to
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE POOR CHILDREN OF DUNDEE.

THE POOR CHILDREN OF DUNDEE.

TREAT EY THISTLE HARRIERS. The Hall was crowded in overy part last night when the third of the annual treats to the poor children of Dundee was given the Thistle Harriers. The various members of this club get each a list of contributions from people in the city, and with the mon
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dress. THE WINTER SALE DRAFFEN AND JAR VIES HAS NOW COMMENCED SPECIMEN LIST OF VARIOUS BARGAIN LOTS COLOURED SILKS. Lot

Dress. THE WINTER SALE DRAFFEN AND JAR VIES HAS NOW COMMENCED SPECIMEN LIST OF VARIOUS BARGAIN LOTS COLOURED SILKS. Lot

1.—450 Yards BRITISH SILK MERVS, in Self Collars, for Blouse?, be cleared at per Yard. Lot 2.—290 Yards STRIPED WASHING SILKS Quality) in Light Grounds. Sale Price, la 3d, per Yard. Lot 3.—780 Yards Coloured PONGEE SILKS, >U1 New Art Shados, 21 Inches Wide. Original Price. Is 6d
January 31, 1901 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.

AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.

Ball, H., and Sons, at the Mart, North Church Street, household furniture, shop fittings, end fixtures, etc., at 2. Clarke, W., at the back of Rawson's Hotel, Tenter Street, household furniture and effects, at 2. Lockwood, A. E., the Mart, Meetinghouse Lane, ladies' jackets, boo
January 31, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England