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BUSINESS NOTES.

BUSINESS NOTES.

The Anglo-Sumatra Rubber Company reports crop at 37,084 lbs. for March, as against 57,863 for March, 1922. Llpton, Limited.—Led Inverforth has appointed trustee for the four per cent, debenture stockholders of Lipton, Limited. Victoria (Malaya) Rubber Estates. —In- dividend of 8
April 9, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CLEVER DANCERS IN THE FORESTERS' HALL.

CLEVER DANCERS IN THE FORESTERS' HALL.

Scottish blood, it is said, will race at the mere sound of a pipe band, and when combined with the pipes is splendid dancing such as was given by the pupils of Miss Alice Fox in the Foresters' Hall last night was inevitable that the audience which packed the building should vast
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WIRELESS LICENSE DEADLOCK.

WIRELESS LICENSE DEADLOCK.

Doubts As To Legality Of Agreement. While the attitude of the British Broadcasting Company towards the proposal of the Postmaster-General to create a newform of license applicable to home-made wireless sets appears to have been somewhat modified, there seems still to be a substa
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HONOUR FOR METHVEN INFANT MISTRESS.

HONOUR FOR METHVEN INFANT MISTRESS.

A Native Of Balmerino. A large and representative audience occupied Methven Public Hall last night to witness the presentation of a silver tea service, subscribed for by former pupils and friends, to Miss Catherine Blyth, infant mistress of Methven Public School, on the occasion
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GRANTON FISH FOR ABERDEEN

GRANTON FISH FOR ABERDEEN

Six German trawlers landed 390 tons fish from Icelandic waters for yesterday's Aberdeen market, where a brisk demand soon effected clearance. There was again very keen demand for fish landed local yawls and for consigned fish. A new version of old proverb of " Carrying coals to
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GAMES AND MUSIC AT BALMERINO "RURAL."

GAMES AND MUSIC AT BALMERINO "RURAL."

A meeting of Balmerino Rural Institute was held in the Morison-Duncan Hall, when Mr Hill Rennie gave a most helpful demonstration on " Foot Troubles and Their Cure." . , Tea was served by Mrs Fairbairn, Mrs Gordon, Miss Fife, Miss A. Gray, and Miss L. Gray. Thereafter a happy ho
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shipping. 'r. .. DUNDEE. C°' London aSi Aprfl 1'- 01"'" «*>' 1,1 ho'LL «;; do , DUNDEE to NEWCASTLE!' Closing

Shipping. 'r. .. DUNDEE. C°' London aSi Aprfl 1'- 01"'" «*>' 1,1 ho'LL «;; do , DUNDEE to NEWCASTLE!' Closing

for Cargo p NEWCASTLE to Bo= For further particulars and A TREPORT. &c., see Sailln* unless prevfented . ioQ , Goods carried subject to Con- nji. Sailing Bill.. TO PASSENGER SERVICE WINTER FARES- Single 70/- lst Cabin. S.S. PERTH/' imiUn'tf '[°™ NESDAYS, carries second or f DUND
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
YOUR PLUS 4 SUIT 75/- . I SCOTTISH A. M. Maclean Late of Strathtay House, Enter by 68 MURRAYGATE, DUNDEE.

YOUR PLUS 4 SUIT 75/- . I SCOTTISH A. M. Maclean Late of Strathtay House, Enter by 68 MURRAYGATE, DUNDEE.

Left—One Stair^Up. 'Phone 2722. Mia i '.*■» K Ssill'si rU'wsf Lyttofi Loaf t makes delicious Kidd's Lytton Loaf wrapped and sealed a that comes to you in er^ect condition) is the ideal br for toasting. Ever so man) who use it have e that is certainly good ll is, but better toast
April 14, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARBROATH MARKSMEN.

ARBROATH MARKSMEN.

Aroroath M.R.C. shots who have taken part the Dundee and Forfarshire League tournament. The club this year have for the first time gained the championship and Earl of Dalhousie Bowl. „Left to right (standing)—N L Geddes D Carnec-ie W. Crockatt, A. Bennie, M. Carcary, G. L. Brown
April 9, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WOODEN HORSE THAT CANTERS.

WOODEN HORSE THAT CANTERS.

One of the most original and fascinating toys, combining amusement and good, healthy exercise has just been placed upon the market in the shape of a wooden horse that actually canters. It is called the Roc-o-Long," and is the invention of Mr L. N. Reader, of Berkhampstead, Herts
April 9, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland