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THE FOKEIGN EXCHANGES

THE FOKEIGN EXCHANGES

(SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED THE COURIER.) London, Saturday. The leading foreign exchanges mostly moved adversely to the countries concerned, and there was a set-back in the New York rate. To-Day. Prer. Day. New York 4.65% 4.65% 4.66% Montreal 4.74% 4.74% 4.75 4 Paris 69.95 70.30 69.7
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
“SUMMERTIME” SNOW AND HAIL.

“SUMMERTIME” SNOW AND HAIL.

CLOCKS GO FORWARD, BUT WINTRY WEATHER STAYS. Summertime, by Act of Parliament, began at two o'clock yesterday morning, but people in many parts of the country found themselves back in midwinter. With shocking disrespect to our lawmakers, whose Act should have been greeted with b
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LADIES OF TEALING U.F. CHURCH RAISE £70.

LADIES OF TEALING U.F. CHURCH RAISE £70.

SALE OF WORK FOR CONGREGATIONAL PURPOSES. Under the auspices of the Ladies' Work Party of Tealing United Free Church, a successful sale of work was held on Saturday afternoon in the Public School. The Chairman, Rev. James Nicol, introduced Mrs Steuart Fothringham, who in very ha
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
The Dundee Courier

The Dundee Courier

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1923. THE IRON WILL OF SOME MEN IS USUALLY i_ ONLY PIG-IRON. Page War Memorial Ceremony (Pictures), 3 Children's Fair at Pitlochry, 3 Saturday's Golf, 6 Football Championships Decided, ... 6 Commercial Travellers Confer at Perth 7 Crieff Minister for Italy, 7 D
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A MERE QUIBBLE.

A MERE QUIBBLE.

NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN REPLIES TO KELLAWAY ON BROADCASTING. Mr Neville Chamberlain, speaking Birmingham on Saturday night, referred to the Prime Minister's health, and said it was true Mr Bonar Law's voice was too weak for him to address the House of Commons, otherwise he was perfe
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FARM WAGES DISPUTE SETTLED.

FARM WAGES DISPUTE SETTLED.

>?ed n n f Tm Btrike ' which has W A'Sfr W eks and which in![:j.v tUed. wor ker B , has been defiw ° ft Fa u rmers ' Union and 1 .« J&S?*® 10 far workers Vl sional! 'l". ra ,l ed the settlement ;t a ly earlier in the week. t|j,' * understood, v,,1l begin immedi,***2? the settlem
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A dramatic entertainment was given in Bervie Burgh Hall, when the farce " Who Is Who?" on the boards a

A dramatic entertainment was given in Bervie Burgh Hall, when the farce " Who Is Who?" on the boards a

company from An amusing operetta, "Castle Bang,'* followed. The entertain ment was in aid St David's Episcopal Church funds.
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SAINTS’ LAST HOPE GONE

SAINTS’ LAST HOPE GONE

PATCHY FORWARD PLAY AT FORFAR Two Splendid Backs BY DARK BLUE. There must be deep sorrow in the St Johnetone camp just now. Their prospects of promotion, regarded as very bright so recently as Friday, are gone. Forfar merited their two-goal victory at Station Park, but is doubtf
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRESENTATIONS TO MONTROSE FOOTBALLERS.

PRESENTATIONS TO MONTROSE FOOTBALLERS.

Presentations have been made to two Montrose F.C. players. Mr George Adams, the right back, on occasion of his mar riage, has been presented with a timepiece. Mr W. Hogg, the outside right, who leaves shortly for America, lia3 received a dressing case. The presentations were mad
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Ladies' suns of Saxony Tweed and Covert Coaling The materials, course, are obvious quality, but it is in the actual

Ladies' suns of Saxony Tweed and Covert Coaling The materials, course, are obvious quality, but it is in the actual

tailoring that the superiority mpst marked. Only skilled work is employed in the tailoring these Suits; the result that not only do they give longer and better service, but they keep their appearance. Coats are plainly tailored, some with belts, some with braid bindings. From £1
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland