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UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND

INCREASE IN PROFITS. The report of the Union Bank of Sootland for the year ended April 2, 1923, shows profit, after providing for rebate of interest and all bad and doubtful debts,'of £326,361, compared with £308,479 for previous year. Adding £51,188 brought (against £47,708) th
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
About 380 store cattle were forward at special tale held by John Duncan & Sons, Ltd., at the City Mart,

About 380 store cattle were forward at special tale held by John Duncan & Sons, Ltd., at the City Mart,

Aberdeen. A dear selling trade was experienced. Best two-year-old bullocks made £26 to £32 lor a lot from Orkney; heifers, 12s £29 10s; six-quarter-olds, £17 15s to £21 12s 6d; one-year-olds, £15 10« £17. A dairy cow made 10s.
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

ARBROATH, Saturday.—Scott k Graham, Ltd., had 60 fat cattle. Bullocks and heifer 3 met sharp, dear trade rise on last week, and fat cows also in demand. Bullocks to £40, and £30 £38; heifers to £30; and lat cows to £20 10s. waggon good milch cows sold £30 to £36, and got quickly
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BLACK WATCH SHOOTING COMPETITION.

BLACK WATCH SHOOTING COMPETITION.

The first monthly competition the 6th-7th Black Watch was held at the Elcho Range, Perth, Saturday, but owing to the strong wind prevailing good cards were returned. A and Class fired 200, 500, and 600 yards, while C Class fired at 200 and 500 yards. Details:— A Class— Sgt. J. S
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ARRANGEMENTS FOR BOYS’ CHAMPIONSHIP

ARRANGEMENTS FOR BOYS’ CHAMPIONSHIP

MEETING OF SCOTTISH UNION. >)' The Competition Committee 1 t land Scction of the Scottish met at Andrews on Saturday. Mr Alexander Buchan, the hon. («' reported that the King James Club, Perth, had placed at the the Committee their course on : at Perth for the first annual Midi*
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOUR KILLED IN AIR CRASH.

FOUR KILLED IN AIR CRASH.

BOMBING 'PLANE DIVES INTO RIVER. Four aviators were killed and two injured while flying in a bombing 'plane which dived into the Miami River on Saturday afternoon states a message from Dayton, Ohio.
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KINCARDINESHIRE CUP FINAL.

KINCARDINESHIRE CUP FINAL.

The final the Kincardineshire Subscription Cup was played at Kinnear Square, Laurencekirk, on Saturday, the opposing clubs being and St Cyrus. Play was only moderate owing to the effects boisterous wind. The first hall was goalless. Early the second half scored * brilliant goal
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

ANGLING ON LOCH LEVEN.

Saturday was cold, with north-cast wind, and rot very good for fishing. " Angler," Glasgow. tiout, weighing 8 lbs.: Mr Wallace Aberdour, 2 trout, weighing 2 lbs.; Mr M'Kinnon, 2 trout, weighing l\' a lbs.
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
« K We are Leaders in Boys' School Outfitting V K BLAZERS | For All The Principal | Schools In

« K We are Leaders in Boys' School Outfitting V K BLAZERS | For All The Principal | Schools In

The Country As School Outfitters we Specialise Blazers, and carry the Authoritative g Styles for the Different Schools in all sizes for Boys of All Ages. Tailored with the same particular care a Made-to-Measure Garment, our Blazers are Smart Shape and always look well. They are
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Comes v fc ma\> not all ▼ bear tbe joyous V V sbouts tbe 'W/ can* not all see tbe

Comes v fc ma\> not all ▼ bear tbe joyous V V sbouts tbe 'W/ can* not all see tbe

BUebblng, but ever\> - woman will long to know betatl tble epocb« making event, tbe webbtng of tbe Ibonourable Elt3abetb Bowes to tbe of H?ork, tbe seconb son of our Iking. So that we <5f this district, who feel that Lady Lhzabeth is one of us and has a warm place in our hearts,
April 23, 1923 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland