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FIFESHIRE LINEN TRADE.

FIFESHIRE LINEN TRADE.

THE APPROACHING HOLIDAYS QUIETEN BUSINESS. (specially contributed to the courier.) The upward tendency of prices has brought out some orders in all sections, but least of all from the home trade, which evinces no development at all in England and only a very attenuated improveme
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DISPUTE REGARDING LEVEL CROSSING.

DISPUTE REGARDING LEVEL CROSSING.

CLAIM FOR LOSS OF A COW. Sheriff Sym has issued his judgment in an action at the instance of Messrs A. & R. Laird, farmers, Dollerie Muir Farm, near Crieff, against the Caledonian Railway Company for £18, being the value of a cow killed at the level-crossing used by the pursuers
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Need for Scottish Legislation. It is doubtful whether any good results will be achieved by the series of meetings

The Need for Scottish Legislation. It is doubtful whether any good results will be achieved by the series of meetings

Edinburgh in favour of Captain Pine's temperance proposals. Mr Pirie, M.P., justifiably attributed the delay in Scottish legislation to the apathy of the electorate. If the people could be induced to put patriotism before party the affairs of this country would immediately get b
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF LEVEN ATHLETE Yesterday in Scoonie Cemetery the'grave closed over the remains of Mr Tom Jackson who former years

DEATH OF LEVEN ATHLETE Yesterday in Scoonie Cemetery the'grave closed over the remains of Mr Tom Jackson who former years

was prominent in jrvmnastic, swimming, and cycling circles in ]>ven. He was one of the first promoters Leven Swimming Club, of wSich for several years he was captain While mere lad Mr Jackson, a t the imminent peril of his own life, saved a from drowning, and for his bravery was
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DEATH OF SIMON 1 THE y *'s^' The death is announced li ft of Dr Simon 1 1 / aged

DEATH OF SIMON 1 THE y *'s^' The death is announced li ft of Dr Simon 1 1 / aged

74. tr Dr Newcomb made many yl»t. coveriea and wrote many P Ol < ?'. ,i-s' t % the subject of which he w '. a ® fessor in the John Hop^ , 1894. He was professor w qQ 7_ hP' the CJ.& Navy from p p.
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIGHTING NEAR TEHE lAN.

FIGHTING NEAR TEHE lAN.

SHAH'S TROOPS TURN MAXIMS ON ADVANCING NATIONALIST ARVY. Teheran, Sunday. Fighting took place k ..^tjn the Shah's troops and the United Nationalist forces under the Sipahdar and Sardar Assad. The Nationalists took up a position in the village of Badamek, twelve miles to the sout
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SAMUEL IS RETURNED FOR CLEVELAND

SAMUEL IS RETURNED FOR CLEVELAND

WITH REDUCED MAJORITY. The result of the election in Cleveland was declared Saturday, Mr Samuel being returned with a reduced majority. The contest was caused the sitting member's appointment as Chancellor of the Duohy of Lancaster in place of Lord Fitzmaurice. In 1906 Mr Samuel
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
INCREASE IN ARBROATH ROAD RATES.

INCREASE IN ARBROATH ROAD RATES.

At meeting of the Arbroath District Committee of Forfar County Council held at Arbroath Saturday—Mr Alex. Balfour, Inchock, presiding—the estimates for the current year were submitted. The receipts for road purposes totalled £1195, and the expenditure £4560, leaving balance asse
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHARP MOWS DOWN

SHARP MOWS DOWN

ABERDEEN WICKETS, AND FORFARSHIRE SECURE BIG VICTORY COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. Forfarshire maintained their unbroken record at Mannofield, defeating Aberdeenshire by 120 runs. A feature of the match was the bowling of Jim Sharp, the professional footballer. Sharp took the ball earl
July 12, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Situations Wanted.

Situations Wanted.

sus AT WORD& i DAY. DAIL A FOR Day Wks Whooldon. SO. I North lr Dorm Took Travenol or Working drug I. ;Ai; wailed to La. Udke. NALYTICAL grog ▪ as Improver Load Wolfe= Hance all of work; shay; good references. Write • gerund leundren, eald Apply Moe, 11. Disengeged: • eget was,
July 12, 1909 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England