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WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKETS.

WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKETS.

Winnipeg, Saturday. Wheat opened steady, but closed barely ateady. Closing quotations were:—Oct. 1.5014, Dec. 1.46%, May 1.50%. Rye easy. Closing options—Oct. 92, Dec. 93%. Oats irregular. Closing options—Oct. 62, Dec. Barley barely steady. Closing options—Oct. 79%, Dec. 76%. Fl
August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PLATINUM DISCOVERIES.

PLATINUM DISCOVERIES.

The African and European Investment Company have received the following important cablegram from Johannesburg with regard to operations on Elandsfontein No. 820 district, Rustenburg: Shaft No. 1 is down 77 feet —all in reef matter; 6 sections sampled every 5 feet from 52 to 77 f
August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LETHAM FLOWER SHOW

LETHAM FLOWER SHOW

SIR FUTURE OF HIS " Possibilities Letham and ft '' g ted ' f a large marquee er vi jiago , th situated field at , \Vni- l<l . kindly granted by bysh Jl of the best all-round this season. 0 P al e The vegetables fl s pot grown and the cut lot There was also a al l ' n and the ind
August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BITTER ATTACK ON RELIGION

BITTER ATTACK ON RELIGION

EX-MAYOR'S WILL BAN. " I solemnly charge my wife, whom failing my executors, to see that none of my children are confirmed according to the rites of the English Church under the age of 21, after which they can -decide for themselves as to their religious views or procedure." Thi
August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RECORD BROKEN AT CALLANDER.

RECORD BROKEN AT CALLANDER.

r, HIGHLAND V Satu 'r Cal ' a :P der Hi?h--bllr ttia„ y * -There was & \ "Pectators were sac<^gor5 ac gor of EdeniVCZ t} >®\* a 8 oh ieftain. A Aist nc * was broken in ot c,yd6 " MMIIUo. Bal- V'l J l fe, ort 01 Monteith, and 2 M 'Ara, Ual- V 2 *'Ara 220 Yards (pari,h) dl8 ' 2 Ca
August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FIFE FOOTBALLERS IN CAR ACCIDENT.

FIFE FOOTBALLERS IN CAR ACCIDENT.

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August 15, 1927 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WOMEN SMUGGLERS.

WOMEN SMUGGLERS.

Every wcfman is smuggler at heart, and the thousands returning from a holiday on the Continent just now make the task of the Customs officer a very difficult one. The low rates of exchange tempt many women to purchase bargains in Paris and elsewhere. Many smugglers necessarily p
August 15, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HOSPITALS FOR ALL.

HOSPITALS FOR ALL.

Discussing differences in hospital systems, a writer in the " Daily Telegraph" says: The Americans make no distinctions. Their hospitals are thrown open to all. In some of the very modern American Medical School Hospitals, such as that at Rochester, New York State, there are two
August 15, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO.

ONE HUNDRED YEAR S AGO. Price 7d.] WEDNESDAY. AUG. 15. ' Death of Mr Canning.—o th« imagine, are but little prepared ,CI ful event conveyed in the above an " jt > At the date of our last u k' l a tfell' -u* understood that Mr Canning was jjjg °^ f nothing was known of the natu r
August 15, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BETTER FARMING PLEA.

BETTER FARMING PLEA.

Mr Macnamara's Remedy for Unemployment. filled with dismay the this thing is being allowed to drift,'' aid Mr Macnainara speaking on the subject of unemployment at a Liberal demonstration at Yeovil. Long acquaintance with the queue seemed to induce in the minds those authority s
August 15, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland