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MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

miDE, Monday.-Everything prices is firm ton®, which follow* «,tt«n \iinrally cotton 7or 8 points to-dav arc perceptibly dearer than Friday. only finds purchasers who axe urgent need No ra 88 J '^ J Sy»r|-£* ta, quiet, 8 up. January, 8.4 d.
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Th© strike of pit lads, which had temporarily paralysed the mining operations Nottinghamshire, was partly settled yesterday, when work was

Th© strike of pit lads, which had temporarily paralysed the mining operations Nottinghamshire, was partly settled yesterday, when work was

resumed at B-rixtowe, Bestwood, New stead, and Gedling, four of the Largest pits the county, employing over five thousand hands. Twenty minutes' allowance for meals has been granted, but it is intended to press for a full half-hour. \ttempts to secure an agreement Clifton, Wolla
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTH'S WATER SUPPLY.

PERTH'S WATER SUPPLY.

COUNCIL AND MANAGER'S REPORT. There was a long: discussion at Perth Town Council last night over the "water supply to the city. question arose out a report, submitted by Mr Alexander Davidson, the water manager, as certain operations ar, the auxiliary filter-bed on the island ab
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FARMER AND WIFE GORED TO DEATH.

FARMER AND WIFE GORED TO DEATH.

Jas. Kelly, farmer, of Court Lough, Blackwater, near Wexford, was leading a bull from one portion of his farm to another on Saturday night, when the animal turned him and gored him fatally. His wife went his rescue and attempted to drag the bull away, but the beast attacked her
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ST CYRUS BLACKSMITH'S INJURIES.

ST CYRUS BLACKSMITH'S INJURIES.

James Laing, the Cyrus blacksmith who met, with a 6enous cycling accident on Saturday afternoon on the brae leading from Laurencekirk to Maryuirk, was still unconscious last night, and grave fears are entertained for his reoovery.
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOCHGELLY MAN'S SUCCESS IN NEW ZEALAND.

LOCHGELLY MAN'S SUCCESS IN NEW ZEALAND.

Mr Danskin, M.R.C.V.S., who left Lochgelly to take the position of veterinary surgeon to the Clutha and District Farmers' Association, New Zealand, has been reengaged for another three years by the society .after two years' service.
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOOGLIES COME OFF ON A SOFT WICKET.

GOOGLIES COME OFF ON A SOFT WICKET.

CARR WORTHY OF HIS PLACE IN TEST TEAM. GENTS. AND PLAYERS' RETURN COMBAT. Although the wicket when start was effected was terribly soft, crioket at Lord's in the annual fixture between the Amateurs and Professionals was practicable yesterday from a quarter past two, lunch being
July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
For* THE BEST HOTELS Town or Country See the HOTEL ANNOUNCEMENTS THE COURIER.

For* THE BEST HOTELS Town or Country See the HOTEL ANNOUNCEMENTS THE COURIER.

July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
New moon 17th, 45 minutes p«ist 10 tn.

New moon 17th, 45 minutes p«ist 10 tn.

July 13, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Vnblit X=sentntts.

Vnblit X=sentntts.

July 13, 1909 - South Wales Daily News - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales