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For Every Room Gold Seal (ongoleum Come and see the nevr patterns if you want handsome rugs for little money.

For Every Room Gold Seal (ongoleum Come and see the nevr patterns if you want handsome rugs for little money.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't miss this unusual chance. All the popular room sizes in these waterproof sanitary rugs, 3 Yds. x 4 Yds., - £3 5 0. 3 Yds. x 3* Yds., - £2 16 9. 3 Yds. 3 Yds., - 8 9. 3 Yds. 2\ Yds., - £2 0 6. 3 Yds. x 2 Yds., - £1 12 6. Thomas Love & Sons, Complete
April 27, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
New Marabout Neckwear Comes in a wider range of styles even than last season. Capes (as illustration) in various sizes

New Marabout Neckwear Comes in a wider range of styles even than last season. Capes (as illustration) in various sizes

are very fashionable. Stoles, too, hold their own. A new feature is the Silk, Chenille, 'or Bead Embroidery between rows of Marabout. il| Many handsome examples of these are showing in our Millinery Saloon at surprisingly favourable prices. We mention here a few. MARABOUT CAPE (
April 27, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The form of Wester Pilmore, on the Balruddery estate, which has boon purchased by the tenant, Mr John L. Stfachan,

The form of Wester Pilmore, on the Balruddery estate, which has boon purchased by the tenant, Mr John L. Stfachan,

through Messrs Melville, Graham, & Stewart, solicitors, Dundee, extends about 250 acres, and its proximity tb the city makes it one the most desirable farms in the C'arsG of The farm occupies art excellent situation the braes the
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POINTING WAY TO EMPIRE TRADE DEVELOPMENT.

POINTING WAY TO EMPIRE TRADE DEVELOPMENT.

Business men in general and advertisers in particular, should welcome this year s "Practical Advertising," a volume of helpful guidance to the wider development of our home and overseas markets. Its 400 pages are packed with valuable information. The Editorial section contains i
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FROCKS FOR MODERN GIRLS.

FROCKS FOR MODERN GIRLS.

Old World Charm and Grace. By Our Lady Correspondent. Quaintly beruffled frocks of old-fashioned charm are engaging the attention of youthful shoppers in Dundee this week. One model to which was given admiring glances it, was displayed in a window for inspection yesterday was of
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW MERCHANT'S BEQUESTS.

GLASGOW MERCHANT'S BEQUESTS.

Mr Charles Rennic Cowie, East India merchant, 20 Biythswood Square, Glasgow, wlio resided at Wooden?! House, Partickhill, left £140,424. He made the following bequests Central Fund of the U.F. Church of Scotland, and Scottish Temperance League, £1000 each: Giasgow Abstainers' Un
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MOTOR CAR DISPUTE AT KIRKCALDY.

MOTOR CAR DISPUTE AT KIRKCALDY.

Sheriff-Principal Fleming lyis issued his interlocutor in Kirkcaldy Shferiff Court in a case which was heard before Sheriff Dudley Stuart. The Sheriff-Principal linds that Messrs Maodonald & Ross builders. Bayview, have refused to accept delivery of a Belhaven motor lorry tender
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOSTERING ART IN KIRKCALDY

FOSTERING ART IN KIRKCALDY

EXHIBITION OF FINE OILS AND WATER COLOURS Collection of Noted Pictures on Loan Kirkoaldy Art Club's efforts to foster art appreciation in their area are meeting with considerable suocess. The office-bearers—of whom mention may made of Mr George Bain, the president; A. M. Buchana
April 28, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PROVISION MARKETS.

PROVISION MARKETS.

LONDON, Monday. Butter quiet Dutch creameries, 176s to 184s; Danish, 178s I8O3; Australian, finest, 142s to 1465; good to fine, 136s to 140*; unsalted. 126s to 150s; New Zealand, finest, 146s to 1525; unsalted, 158s to 1645; Argentine ranges from 136s to 146s per cwt.; Brittany
April 24, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETTERS to editor. sendee tramway dangers. ' ,^ read " Conductor's" letter - 3 an d lam afraid he has

LETTERS to editor. sendee tramway dangers. ' ,^ read " Conductor's" letter - 3 an d lam afraid he has

the . Pen run away from him. In fan ;) mstance, I did not state that we ' ' 'i Wl th a loose trolley head. I oniv °riler was wrong and the absurd •"iffhtlv i Was S>i y en. Secondly, if he reads stair j see that I stated that the Third rail was charged and not the car. Victor " o
April 24, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland