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HERE AND THERE.

Aj *SFOHMING DUNDEE. * Nearly societies. Tfit l-TCH AND DUNDEE < ENTERPRISE. is son > Dundee's city T a re rt concerning the % -' 1G which has the out \ 01 emons tr*tinjf the magni"C ° ur ci -A-t first glance O* tda-y 10 new Dundee, with the finr *tror- ■' citizens familiar with
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GEORGINA MELQRUM

GEORGINA MELQRUM

Broughty Ferry Shop Gir! Is Found Drowned in Oighty. Tragic End to Quarrrel With Employer. The quiet seaside hush of Monifieth was startled to-day by the news of a tragic dis!covery. i The body of well-dressed young girl ! was found in the water at the mouth the The circumstance
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE COUNCILLORS DECLINE

DUNDEE COUNCILLORS DECLINE

To Offer Balgay Site for the Observatory. The Law and Finance Committee of Dundee Town Council this afternoon decided to recommend the Town Council not to offer the Balgay site for the Mills Observatory. letter was read from the agent of trustees of Mr Mills enclosing the report
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN ECHO OF THE SPITALFIELDS MURDER.

AN ECHO OF THE SPITALFIELDS MURDER.

Condemned Man's Appeal Dismissed. In the Court of Criminal Appeal to-day Myer Abramovitch, Polish costcrmonger, who was sentenced to death for the murder of Solomon and Minnie MiUstein at their restaurant in Spitalfields, appealed against his sentence on the ground that he was n
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ALLEGED FICTITIOUS LOSSES.

ALLEGED FICTITIOUS LOSSES.

Serious Charge Against Nottingham Man. A sensational development lolloped at Nottingham to-day upon the bankruptcy «>. Geo. William Bowmer, plain net lace manufacturer, apprehended for attempting to account for a portion of his property by fictitious losses. The prisoner had a f
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.

NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.

New York, Monday. The market opened steady. Saturday s Saturday's Opening. Closing. Opening. Atchison, 104 Chesapeake, 714 VIA j;rie 3l| Kansas Norfolk 109# 110 110,? Ontario 3oJ 565 Reading '064 157 lfaai Pacific 108 108 Union Pacific 163* 1641 Southern 27i 21 i Canadian 231 i
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE WOOD MERCHANT INJURED

DUNDEE WOOD MERCHANT INJURED

John M'Leish (50), wood merchant, of Roque's Lane, had his right hand severely injured this morning, and had to taken the Royal Infirmary. M'Leish was loading his cart at a j wood ; yard, and while taking a slab of wood liom one the saw benches the middle finger of his hand came
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BIG REDUCTION IN AMOUNT REQUIRED

BIG REDUCTION IN AMOUNT REQUIRED

For Old Age Pensions. Class 6 the Civil Service Estimates dealing with non-effective and charitable service# for the year 1912-13 -were issued to-day. Th® total amount £13,011,001, shown? decrease of £233.615, as compared with actual grants for the same purposes during the prese
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MANCHESTER.

MANCHESTER.

COUNTY HANDICAP r Bobbie K " * Red Shah. Z 10 Bobbie K., sto 2 Shah. sto 1 Brig nail. 10 to three offered. MONDAY SKI XING STEEPLECHASE Runners: Honey, A. Ne-wey; Old Harry. Dodger. J. LyaJl; Calliope, W. Roberts. Honey Old Harry, Dodger, Bet tins: —7 4 11.. 2 1 Honey 11., 9 to
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Owing choppy sea at the [iarbour mouth when the line boats were going to sea the boat ME. 686, William

Owing choppy sea at the [iarbour mouth when the line boats were going to sea the boat ME. 686, William

Af'Bav rtklpper. struck on rock at the west side :he harbour and got damaged, but was j return harhmir.
February 19, 1912 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland